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rating [ 7/10 ]
This park is about 5 minutes before the Town of Homer. Its located beside a fuel station that also serves some breakfast and lunch. The best description about this little park is the beautiful views! It sits on a gorgeous bluff. Full hook-ups with 30AMPs. Has laundry facility and great Wi-Fi. Checked out the larger campground "on the Spit." Their prices were $78.00 per night and close together. We (43 footer) were in Site 6 by the trees. No wind at this RV park which was surprising; however, on The Spit, lots of wind at the other campgrounds! Campground host was very accommodating. Diesel fuel here also but in Homer: fuel is expensive. Lots of eagles on the bluff also. We were very comfortable for a couple of days.
rating [ 7/10 ]
This was a very relaxful, full hook-up park (30AMP) on a beautiful lake. A bull moose came every day and evening. Home of beaver and water fowl on the lake also. A restful joy of an RV park to stay. We were in a 43ft. motorcoach, site 18 on the lake. Lots of room between each site and shady pine trees if you have waterfront sites. They also have grassy pull-through sites by the road. A clean RV park. Owners were very friendly. The restaurant for breakfast was great. Also good diesel fuel prices for the motorcoach. Were going to stay at a resort by Muncho Lake, until we drove there and found it was not up to expectations. Was way overpriced, only 15AMPS and a dump station! Glad we found this little RV park to relax for a great two nights. I would recommend this park to anyone traveling from Dawson Creek making a stop before traveling to Watson Lake!
rating [ 3/10 ]
First they did not have our advanced reservation. But found us a spot. We have a 43ft. motor coach w/tow. Coming to site was very dusty. Could hardly fit in. Sites are VERY narrow for a BIG coach. Would not recommend coach over 40ft. coming to this campground. We had our slides out, and another 5th wheel pulled up next to us, and could not put their slides out because of the narrow sites, so they had to move to avoid hitting our slideouts. Had to stay here because heading to Alaska and it was on the way. Would recommend another campground that would accommodate BIG rigs. However, staff was very friendly and accommodating! Dog friendly.
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a beautiful RV park just off I-5, very convenient if traveling north or south off the interstate. Also a beautiful casino as well. The RV resort has paved sites with beautiful flowers and well landscaped. Lots of Class A motorhomes visit there. Very friendly staff. Well maintained laundry facilities. I would recommend this facility to any motorcoach traveling though this area. Good wine vineyards to visit in the area as well.
rating [ 1/10 ]
We visited this campground looking for a good RV park for our 43' motorhome. We did not stay here because the manager (we'll call Mr. T) was so rude, unfriendly and acted like he was so "disgusted with the world," we had to walk out. We also were told he (the park) has a Very Strict Cancellation Policy of 15 days cancelling. Watch out if you decide to cancel within the 15 days! He's unforgiving! On the flip side: This is the nicest park in the Canon City area. Most other parks only have 30 amps, no shade and unlevel sites. At least at this park, there's some shade and full hook-ups with 50 amps. So if you don't care about his attitude, then this is the place to stay.
rating [ 7/10 ]
As far as a State Park, its pretty nice. Stayed in Cottonwood Section. Great view of lake. Paved pads. Sewer dump-out across road. Some shade. We have a 43 ft. coach and was comfortable. Beautiful Rifle Falls State Park 5 minutes up the road. There, sites are small and limited, but worth going there for a beautiful hike around the "falls." Also great golf course 5 minutes down the road. We played there and just loved its diversity. The town of Rifle is small but quaint. Try LaRoca's Mexican Restr. or the Base Camp Cafe in town for great food!
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a lovely park that near the Rocky Mountain National Park. The drive on Hwy. 34 from Loveland to Estes Park is beautiful. We love this campground because you back your rig up to the Big Thompson River. The sound of the rushing river is like being in heaven! Yes, the park has dirt roads, but they do spray it down to keep the dust down. That's no problem. Beautiful cottonwood trees provide plenty of shade along the riverside. You need to request a river site if you want to be on the river.
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