This park was a Godsend as available camping is very scarce in Northeastern Colorado. Park is easy in and out, and is level. We stayed one night, and since the first night is free, no charge! We took time to drop the Mayor of Brush a note to thank them for the facility.
Park offers Hunts Bros Pizza, and a very nice breakfast on site. The very pleasant attitude of all the staff was noteworthy. The sites were flat, gravel and level, and we didn't need to unhook to use the site. An out of the way campground, that is nice to stay at.
We stayed here overnight, and found the park to be well run and quiet. The park overlooks a golf course on the North, and the Wind River Mountains to the West. The views are nice. The campsites are easy in and easy out. Ours was slightly off level, but not bad enough to unhook and level up.
Our campsite was roomy and fairly easy to negotiate. The shrubbery and trees in the park are in need of trimming. Also, use of a rooftop satellite is not possible in most of the sites. This would not be noteworthy, except for the fact that the cable TV offered in the park is really of a pretty bad quality. Channel selection is very limited, and actual channel quality is "iffy". We were here for three nights.