Excellent park for the value. We camped here on site 83 (a nice pull thru site). Electricity and water pressure were good. We could get Direct TV but no local antenna channels at our site. Good Verizon cell signal but only got a 3G Verizon MIFI signal. All sites are level crushed stone. Grounds are kept quite clean; some Juniper tree shade at most sites. Rate reflects a Passport America 50% discount. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park before and it continues to be one of our favorite destinations. The staff is very friendly and go out of their way to assist to insure a pleasant stay. Sites are very spacious and the park is situated out of the city, but within easy access of shopping and area sights. The grounds are very well kept, wifi is very good and most of the sites now have cable. The park has increased their water storage capabilities and the water pressure was very good. Good clean 50 amp power source. To address previous comments: The majority of parks will not allow you to wash RVs or vehicles! The washouts due to the heavy rains were not in areas that caused any problems for entry or exit into the sites or the park. We will definitely stay here again next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The $38/night was a weekly rate. While the campground management appeared to be busy adding additional camping sites, there are things they could have done better. For example, 2 of the 4 dryers were broken, there were large washouts from previous rains, the campground office hours during this time of year were completely random, WiFi coverage was spotty at best, and they watered the plants early every morning with a noisy tractor. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Passport America. The park is a bit off the beaten path. Beautiful setting very quiet and clean. The park roads show signs of heavy rain ruts. Unhook your toad at office area. There are some tight turns. Our site on the hill was plenty big enough and satellite friendly. All hook ups properly positioned and working. Deer and a huge buck would frequent our site. Our experience with the Wi-Fi was terrible. Staff and owner friendly and helpful. Not allowed to wash RV because their water is trucked in. Camping World approx 40 miles south and Costco approx 40 miles north. Over all very nice park would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We are Passport members and found this campgrounds in our Passport book. The park is very well maintained. The staff is a 10 plus. Very friendly and helpful. The sites are very big and spacious. Cellular service is marginal. We have Verizon. If your looking for a quiet, peaceful place, this is it. Very relaxing. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a gorgeous park. Immaculately laid out and maintained with beautiful landscaping. The area is beautiful, as well. Sites are very large, level and easy to get in. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our rate reflects Good Sam (GS) discount which they honored even though they are not a GS park. With all this said, we will probably not stay here again, as it is a little remote for us. They have a Colorado Springs address, but the park is about 10 miles south of the city proper. A lot of older people (we are older too) so might be a little boring for the younger set. We are very active, so we found ourselves leaving the park for the day to find activities which called for a lot of driving. But if you are looking for a super quiet park where you just want to relax - this is it! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is about the best RV park we have ever stayed at. We were here last year, and it only gets better. The owner comes by and checks on you. The staff is a 10, WIFI screams. We had some serious thunder storms, and the staff was out fixing any roads. We will be back next year for a month. Pure and simple, it just does not get any better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park with a very nice staff. Our family of four really enjoyed our time here. I read about the trucks that drive past the park in past reviews, and although we did see a few of them, they weren't loud at all and didn't bother us at all. We really like the separate bathrooms behind the office area. The sites are very large. The park is located approximately halfway between Canon City and Colorado Springs. If we return to the area, we will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mountaindale is probably one of the best campgrounds that we have stayed at. We are a full time RV family with two kids (13 and 12) and two small dogs. We look for family friendly campgrounds, but also quiet ones too! We stumbled upon this campground when another one overbooked us for the holiday week. We had to stay at another one for a week and the owner did what he could to help in anyway. We were supposed to move to another spot half way through our stay (there for a month) but he ended up even making it so we could so in the same spot for the entire time. Pro's: Very, very very quiet, Friendly wildlife (deer, wild turkey's, and the occasional bear in the evening will visit), Family friendly, LARGE sites with a lot of room in each site, DIRECT TV offered for an additional charge, Fenced dog park, very clean bathrooms Con's: Spotty Wi-Fi (our Verizon phones and Mifi did not work here and their Wi-Fi was spotty at times and slow depending on how many people were connected in with - if you have Verizon it will not work in this campground unless you are up by the laundry room or on the road into the campground, No Cable - advertised as cable hookups, but none available (but they do offer Direct TV for an addition charge, No family activities planned. The Pro's outweigh the Con's so much at this campground. The owner is wonderful and you will see him doing hand's on work and getting to know the campers. He likes to talk and is very nice and friendly to everyone. This is one of those campground where they will leave you to yourself and enjoy the experience. Our rate was based on staying for one month! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 6 nights and agree with the previous positives reviews. We stayed in site 43; level with picnic table, fire ring and shade trees. All sites are gravel with rock terraced landscaping. One of the prettiest resorts we have stayed at. It is a minimum 30 min drive to any local attraction, but that was a positive for us as it is in the foothills with good views. Reservations were very good with the staff providing recommendation for local attractions. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This Camp/RV Resort is awesome! Very friendly and professional staff! Property is well maintained and clean! All the facilities are very well kept and clean! The camp sites are large and spacious giving each unit ample space and privacy. Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains the view and wildlife are wonderful. This camp resort can most certainly accommodate all types of camping from tents to large motor homes. This was our first visit to this area and camp resort. We are already planning on coming back next year for a much longer extended stay. Thank You, to all the Mountaindale RV Resort staff ! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is very spacious park. The sites are large with plenty of room between them. A very large storm, locals say the biggest in 10 years, came through and flooded our site #75. It is the same storm that brought a tornado to Denver. After the storm cleared they were on the spot and brought in new gravel and we were back to a great site. They continually apologized for the storm! We will keep this park high on our return list. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Cannot say enough good things about this park. It is fabulous! Sites are large and each are unique. The owner is constantly updating and making sites larger. Hard to find a bad site here. It's a bit out of town, but that made it so quiet. Takes about twenty minutes to get to stores. Very near to Cheyenne State Park for loads of hiking. We stayed a week and loved every minute! Will make a point to stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Outstanding park in a scenic location. Large easily accessible sites with good space between them. Owner is very friendly and always working to make the park better. Very pet friendly with a large well maintained dog run. The park is 15 mi south of Colorado Springs but believe me it is worth it compared to the in close parking lot campgrounds. We are already working to see when we can return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very beautiful place and after staying two days, we will be making plans to return to spend a week or so with our grandchildren. The park has a fenced in dog-park where we were able to let our dog off-leash. If you want to spend some quite time in the mountains be sure to consider Mountaindale. We had no difficulty accessing the park in our 40ft Class A. The free Wi-Fi worked well, even when our Verizon hot spot didn't. The rate we paid reflects our Passport America discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the second time we stayed at this camp ground. We stayed in August and were thrilled with the campground. This was by far the best campground we have ever stayed in. We returned in September for a month's stay. All personnel were very friendly and accommodating. Sites are extremely large. We are returning for three months this year (2013). We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
First off, this park is not in Colorado Springs. it is probably 10-15 miles Southwest of town. That being said, it is a really nice park out in a rural area. The entire park is crushed rock which leads to a small amount of dust. The Wi-Fi and cable TV was some of the best we've used. The staff were very accommodating. Rate was PA. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price reflects the rate for one free night after staying seven nights. We have visited this campground previously and each time we come back improvements have been made. About half the sites have cable TV hookups at this time with the rest to be installed during the next year. Registration staff is very helpful and friendly as are all the staff. Owner is very involved with day to day operations. Sites are very spacious and level. Park is only 14 miles to nearest grocery store and Camping World is not much further. Centrally located to all the "must see" things in the Colo Springs area. Easy access for any size rig on well maintained roads. Abundant shade and wildlife are available at no extra charge! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this park. This is our second visit and hopefully we will return. The ONLY reason we didn't give them a 10 was the lack of cable up on the hill and spotty Verizon service. Certainly not reason enough to keep us away. There was cable down in the main campground. The visits from wildlife were priceless and in our estimation what made it really special. The owners and staff were great. Laundry was clean and reasonable. Nice dog area. The sites are roomy and level. They don't pack you in like sardines. Just don't go there in great numbers in September as that is when we visit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Extremely nice and friendly owner. Red gravel sites with non-existent grass. Nice wide sites with fire rings at each site along with full hookups. Voltage was adequate. Website states "clearly marked trail." No trail to be found as there was many big piles of dirt all over the place where the "trail" was supposed to be. The hot tub was VERY nice, but they drained it and cleaned it on Friday night, so it wasn't available all day/night for Friday, but we used it a lot on the weekend, and it was nice and clean. They were appologetic about the unannounced draining, and we appreciate that. The location is 18 miles from town, so bring what you need! Yes, they truck in water, so be considerate and not use too much in this arid part of Colorado. One of the better campgrounds in the Colorado Springs area, and we will be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly office staff: they drove us around so we could pick out our site. Red rock gravel roads and RV sites which means no dust. Lots of evergreen trees for shade; very large sites with a picnic table & plenty of room for your tow vehicle. Clean showers/toilets; laundry with 4 washers and 4 dryers costing about $3 to wash&dry a load of clothes. They must truck in their water so the pressure is OK but not great at times. Wi-Fi was fair to good. They have a resident deer population which wandered the park at will begging handouts and head rubs. Our major complaint was the park is located 20 miles from Colorado Springs so groceries and restaurants were a long drive. We would stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A beautiful park with the largest and widest sights that we've ever seen. Deer and wild turkeys visit daily. Lots of shade. Hot tub was inviting. Verizon data and phone service not available at site, but was available at or near the office. Wi-fi at sight worked most of the time. There is also a free phone at office for your use. Laundry was inexpensive. Nice and quiet, and a friendly staff. We will stay here any time that we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
About a 30 minute drive south of downtown Colorado Springs, but unlike many of the RV parks here, you have a bit of breathing room between the sites, whereas some of the parks right in Colorado Springs have the rigs packed in like sardines. Full hookups, and sites were level. Bathrooms snug, but clean. Quite a few deer, including 3 young bucks, roaming the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little park about 16 miles South of Colorado Springs. Granite rock roads and sites, and it does a nice job keeping dust down. Sites were wide and long. Utilities were good. Not all sites have cable: numbers 1 through 52 do, 53 through 86 do not. It seems most come here for the season and are very friendly. We would come back if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is outstanding!!! Clean, roads were perfect, wildlife was everywhere. We will be back next year for at least 2 weeks. The staff was outstanding, and if you want to know about Bears just ask them. It just does not get any better. This should be the standard for RV parks We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 5th time to stay here. Large sites. All roads and sites have excellent (clean) coarsely crushed granite. Beautiful setting. Excellent dog walking available; also, fenced dog area available. No AT&T cellphone service, but we find that to be a plus; service is available nearby. Very good Internet service, so we rely on email and iPhone data/texting to stay in touch. Passport America rates available except on Friday and Saturday nights. Clean and very reasonably priced laundry facilities on site. Very friendly staff. Will continue to stay here whenever possible. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place! Entire park is covered in pretty red gravel so very tidy. We saw a number of deer roaming through the campsites. Only drawback is that it is 18 miles from nearest store, but no worries as we just planned for it. Would stay there again anytime, just a really great place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The $20 rate is for a monthly rental and does not include an additional charge for electricity. I am hesitant to write this review for fear of not being able to find a spot the next time we want to visit. This place is what all RV Parks should be. We were parked in the best site we have ever had in a private park. Huge. No hassles. Level. Excellent hookups. The staff members were very friendly and extremely helpful. The enclosed dog park was big enough for our medium sized dogs to actually run. Lots of places to walk dogs on leashes. Our site, even with great shade, had a clear view of the southern sky so our satellite worked well. Our Verizon coverage was OK, but we did hook up our booster. The wildlife in the area wander through the campground every day. Such a great place to sit on a lawn chair and enjoy nature. Our huge site was on a terraced hill with beautiful landscaping. Our fire pit was actually a couple steps down from the site on a separate terrace. This is our favorite private campground from five years of RVing. We have already reserved a site for next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would stay here again in a heartbeat. The nicest park we have stayed at so far. The entire park is graveled so there is not any dirt or mud. Sites are level and elevation changes between sites are attractively landscaped with rock walls. Lots of pine trees with good shade. However, we had sufficient sight line for our portable satellite. Restrooms and showers were individual rooms each with a shower, toilet, and sink and very clean. Nice laundry. Owners were very nice and friendly. Location was south of Colorado Springs and off the main road so it was very quiet. Drive to Colorado Springs only took 20 minutes to the southern edge which had good shopping and restaurants. Passport America rate was honored for entire stay (3 nights). Wished we had come here sooner and could have stayed longer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We found this site after looking for the top 20 most beautiful RV sites in America. Mountaindale was in fact beautiful with deer and fawn roaming around daily. The sight of the herd of bucks was incredible and we got lots of video footage of deer that said good night each night. Our site was a pull through site with cable TV available. However, we did not bring a cable and the owner was quick to loan us one. He was by far the most friendly and helpful owner I've met and this world would be a happy place if all could imitate his customer service abilities. We were impressed to see him up late at night guiding new coming campers who arrived after dark to ensure they got into their campsites safely. (Who does that? Mountaindale management does!) We had our dogs with us and Mountaindale offers potty bags for their customers as well as a little play yard to let your pets run free. My husband and I enjoyed the hot tub during our stay and utilized the washer and dryers. The facility was super clean and convenient. On Saturday night, the campground hosted an Ice Cream social with a variety of delicious flavors. With all the great things offered, I hate to even complain, but I feel is important to know. Some of the available campsites sit along a road that seems deserted enough until first thing in the morning comes along, and truck, after truck, after truck travels the road to haul rock. It's a non stop deal 7 days a week, with a little break on Sunday. I felt it was a distraction to the peace and quiet in the mornings. But, the noise would be less if we had been farther back in the campground. I personally could not stay connected to the Wi-Fi and would rather it not be available than struggle to hold a connection. But, I was one of the rare visitors who didn't have a problem using my cell phone to make calls. This campground is well kept and very beautiful, but I want to escape all evidence of being in the city when I am camping and the trucks deemed a disappointment to my R&R. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice RV park which is evident the minute you pull in the driveway. The sites, for the most part, are large and mostly level. The laundry only has 4 washers and 4 dryers and one of the dryers was out of service. Lots of trees and could not use the dish but the cable TV was fine. Wi-Fi was a bit spotty and cell service is difficult. You should know that this place is way out of Colorado Springs and SE of the city in the country. This means it is quiet and the area is very nice. However, the AF Academy is 45 minutes away and downtown Colorado Springs is about 25 minutes. If you are OK with this then this is the place for you. We would stay here again without question. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, commercial campground. The setting is scenic with lots of big trees. The bathrooms are kept very clean and Wi-Fi is excellent. Most sites look to be level, but the first one we were assigned was not, but the staff quickly assigned us another one that was level. Hookups are good with good water and electric. Sewer connection was convenient. Some sites have cable TV, although ours did not. But a view for the satellite was good. My only ding was the first unlevel site and since I'm old fashioned, I was put off by the multiple facial piercings, tank top and tattoos of the woman at the desk. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Exceptionally clean park. Has a great clubroom with gigantic wide screen TV, fully equipped kitchen, clean showers and toilet facilities. One of the nicest parks we've stayed in on our vacation. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is just an excellent Park. The staff is very helpful and friendly. A phone is provided in the lounge area for guest use as the cell service may be spotty. We had site #89 which is an "upper" site. Sites are large and clean and have fire-pits. Their web-site is also very handy as you can check out the various sites by clicking on the site and seeing a photo and description of the site. Clean dog run area. WiFi very good. We did not find the twenty minute drive to Colorado Springs to be an inconvenience. In fact the calm and quiet Park is a big plus. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I found this campground through fabulous online reviews and I want to echo them. This was the best campground we've ever stayed at. The bathrooms are individual with a shower, a toilet, and a sink. They were always clean and working. The sites are gravel and well drained from the constant summer afternoon rains. There is a lot to do around the campground and the cabins looked nice too. They are pet friendly and have a fenced in pet walk area plus a nice playground for kids. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Fantastic campground, beautiful views, clean well landscaped facility. All sites are large, but there are some very large sites available all with big Ponderosa Pines on them. Has friendly staff, is nice and quiet, and there are no lights at night which made star gazing awesome. Would most definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park. Friendly people and very helpful. Only complaint is that we had to move 3 times because we made our reservations last minute. But they were very accommodating. Deer, turkeys came through the park almost daily. A lot of wild life to enjoy. They are making some sites wider for the 2013 season and that is needed for us with 40 ft and 4 slideouts. Already have reservation for 2 months next year. Can't wait. Could use larger laundry room with more machines. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 6 weeks here and the cost reflects a monthly rate. This is a great park. The owner continues to make improvements. Since our last visit some sites were expanded and are just huge. We were in two separate sites during our stay. One of the sites, while quite wide, did not have much room between us and the site behind us. WIFI is adequate. There is no cell service without a booster antenna. However, the park does have a telephone available at no charge for campers. The owner and staff are friendly and accommodating. A family friendly place without question. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our eight nights at this park were exceptional. On a rating scale of one to ten we would give it an eleven. It is a beautifully laid out campground. The sites are shaded and extraordinarily spacious. Each one is like an island oasis surrounded by hand built rock walls with small pocket gardens. This is the cleanest and best maintained campground we have ever been to, as well as the most tranquil. Everyone, including the managers, owner, staff and long term residents were friendly, welcoming and helpful. All of them take pride in their campground and we felt immediately at home in their midst. Although a twenty minute drive from Colorado Springs and its attractions, it is well worth the trip to stay here. We hope to be able to return in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very clean and nicely spaced out. We stayed in one of the pull-through terraced sites and there was plenty of room between us and our neighbors. It looked like some areas of the campground had sites closer together. Deer wandered through the campground nearly every day we were there. The people in the office were helpful. The only complaint I have is there is no cable TV available, but we knew that before reserving there. We stayed for a week and would return if we're in the area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Old campground that has been rebuilt with about 1/2 as many sites. Roads and sites are gravel but unlike some all gravel campgrounds they did not use different color stone to delineate roads and sites, so never sure if on site or road. We were here for a rally and then extended over Memorial Day. Owners were nice and we enjoyed our stay. No cell phone or MiFi, but they had Wi-Fi. OK for a 45ft coach and car, and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We ordered and were confirmed a pullthrough site, but we got a back-in. Site is OK, but why so clumsy? Due to high winds, there were no campfires allowed, but the natural fire ring looks great! Beautiful trees, and only birds can be heard in the morning. Whole campground is very clean and well taken care of. Nice, helpful personnel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this campground for our visit to Colorado Springs. They have a spa but no pool. Children loved the big playground and pets loved the fenced dog-run. Deer pranced around the RV every day. Cellphone signal is marginal but the free Wi-Fi worked well as did Skype. Most campers were using satellite dishes for TV. Don't miss the fun hike up the hill behind the campground - wildflowers, cactus flowers, spectacular views of snow-capped mountains, tanks racing around Fort Carson, ranches and a llama farm. Juniper Valley restaurant across the highway is open Fri-Sun for family-style chicken and ham dinners. RESERVE EARLY or you won't get in. The campground is about 12 miles south of the city in a quiet valley. SR-115 is a wide highway with passing lanes, a fuel stop at the junction of US-50 and it feeds in to the SW side of Colorado Springs near the zoo, the Broadmoor and Cheyenne Mountain parks and canyons. We loved this daily drive through red rock countryside. We looked at a bunch of other campgrounds and would definitely stay at Mountaindale again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
So many improvements in the last 2 years. Large sites, trees, views, wildlife. Great people running the park. We enjoy the peace and quiet. The clubhouse is very nice and comfortable for a group. We camped with a group of 10 motorhomes and have made reservations for next year. Lines are in for cable TV. Spotty cell service. 2 accessible Wi-Fi options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet site, convenient for Colorado Springs and Canon City area attractions. Wi-Fi OK but no cell reception. Phone provided in lounge to make free calls. Lounge room has huge TV and kitchen attached for guest use. Laundry small and machines could do with upgrading. Staff very friendly and helpful. Changes to sites have been made this year to make them better, and more changes are being made to accommodate larger rigs. We stayed a week, rate reflects Passport America and Good Sam discounts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just overnighted (and on a cold, rainy night, so that might color things a bit) and can see the potential of this place. We needed hookups and laundry, so we got a spot that's usually reserved for a permanent resident that happened to be open, right by the laundry room. So, we didn't experience the big sites. Laundry was really small for such a large park, we thought. There is a fenced in dog run (small), which we used and appreciated. Nice folks at check in. Great location for us, coming from US 50 and heading up to Denver area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground. Believe the good reviews. They are always improving. Our original stay was going to be for 4 nights. It was so nice we stayed another 3. We will go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park 15 miles from Colorado Springs. Quiet pretty setting. Water pressure high and quality good. No cable, no antenna reception, no cell reception, Wi-Fi good. Gravel roads and large, mostly level red rock sites. Friendly staff. Fires allowed depending on weather conditions, rings provided. A little far from I-25 for an overnight but a good place for a longer stop. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nicely presented, very spacious sites, most with fire rings, pet park, play area for kids, friendly and helpful staff, large club house, pool table, computer room and many more amenities. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful campground. The owner was very helpful and friendly. The site we stayed in was very level, we did not need to use any leveling blocks. Nice gravel sites and roads. When we stayed there they were working on getting cable TV hook ups at all the sites. Nice park with a dog run with lots of shade. We are planning on staying here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spent two nights here and will definitely go back. Very nice campground with large spots and nicely landscaped. Had a great time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We are long-term campers who arrived at this park June 28, 2011. The park is well maintained and one of the nicest we have stayed in. It is out of town and off the highway so there is no highway noise to spoil the solitude. The hot tub is an added bonus and a wonderful place to star gaze. The management have gone out of their way to make our stay comfortable. Our neighbors have been a herd of deer and a flock of turkeys that both visit daily. If you are looking to get away from it all, this is the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This park is outstanding. It is a bit out of town but offers you fantastic views and rustic atmosphere. The sites are level and long as well as being spaced nicely to give you privacy. The park is almost all rock with many trees to offer shade and mountain setting. Very quiet and dark at night to do star gazing. Campground hosts are very friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is average. The downside is that cell phone service is very spotty. We originally came for 4 days and stayed for 2 1/2 weeks. Great place. I would highly recommend if you are coming to Colorado Springs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice campground in a gorgeous foothills setting that also happens to accept Passport America; the rate shown is the PA rate. The sites are large and shaded, but we had no problem getting satellite reception. The roads and sites are a think layer of gravel; we had no problem using our jacks and the site was quite level to start with. The sites are very large and provide lost of privacy. There is free Wi-Fi running off of a T1 line so it is very stable. The owners/managers live onsite so someone is almost always available. The only downside is that there is virtually no cell service; there is a free wire line phone in the TV room that everyone can share. If it wasn't for the phone service issue it would be a "10." We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a unique park in that you can actually see the sites on their website and pick one that you like. We were up on the hill and liked the little yard area that each site had. The entire site was gravel. The sites were a tad short for big rigs but they made do by parking their trucks etc. sideways. The owners were very nice and even hosted an ice cream social for campers. The park is centrally located to many attractions in the area. Wildlife abounds. We would stay here again. One channel on the TV so bring your dish or you can rent one here for a monthly charge. Nice laundry available and it is reasonable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean out of town park. Nicely manicured and landscaped. Friendly staff. Only two negatives stood out for us, and unfortunately are out of the park's control, but they bring our overall rating down. 1) There is zero cell phone service. You have to drive towards town to get a signal. We travel while still running a business so this was tough. 2) There is a busy quarry on the same road so the truck road noise was constant all day. Too bad. Such a nice place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Large sites, quiet, well kept park, helpful staff. Used Passport America discount Monday to Thursday. Cell phone service minimal, but good satellite TV. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful, friendly staff, cleanest sites I had seen, dog park, private showers, restrooms were always sparkling, they bent over backwards to accommodate us, and we felt like family. A great place to stay a day or a month, we'll be back next year! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Mountaindale has to be one of the finest RV Parks in Colorado. Large, spacious, level sites, with many pine trees. The free Wi-Fi works great. Park is quiet, well maintained, clean, friendly, and the Saturday evening ice cream social is very good, as is the free coffee and donuts on Sunday mornings. This has become our summer home as we are full timers and love this place. Deer wander through the site, people and staff are friendly and helpful. You cannot find a better place to stay with your RV. Awesome! The only thing we can add about staying here is that Life is Good! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
50amps, sewer is good, water @ 40 psi. The Wi-Fi is good. Cell phone service is none on all providers. Sites are nice gravel/red stone. Lots of room between sites. Site was level and long enough for large RV's. This is the best campground in the area. It is a ways away from town but unless you have to be downtown this is the place to stay. Others are close and crowded. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a great park! Love the location nestled out of the way among big trees. The sites are all gravel but it's the nice kind that doesn't make dust. We used the showers. They were clean but cramped with very poor shower head and the drainage needs a little work. Awesome Saturday night ice cream social! Everyone was very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best RV campsite/park we have ever stayed in. Really nice large, shady site. Plenty of room for big rigs. Clean, quiet, out of mainstream traffic with deer sometimes walking unconcerned right through camp. All lots have been leveled and covered with red granite gravel which does not appear to make any dust at all. This was a Premium lot with a low price. Great personal contact with staff. Will definitely stay here again when traveling through this area. No television except personal satellite. Good Wi-Fi. Back-in spot was easy due to size of lot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Mountaindale is 2 miles off Hwy 115 about half way between Colorado Springs and Canon City. Spaces are LARGE, level, and nicely graveled with plenty of room for parking. Each site has a picnic table and 50 amp hookup. Throughout the park sites are nicely terraced and pretty flower beds are welcoming. There is a small store for necessities, hot tub, playground, restrooms with showers, laundry, and a dog walk on site. Excellent Wi-Fi in the park. Only minor negatives: TV reception is non-existent without a satellite receiver and there was no AT&T phone service. We will definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our pull through, premium site was excellent with a view of the campground and high plains through the trees. Entire campground was very well maintained and the staff was responsive to our smallest needs. Everyone who works at the resort is friendly, courteous, and hard working. It's a pet friendly resort. People cleaned up after their pets and there were no barking dogs. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great campground. Spent 2 nights. Staff very helpful and friendly. Looks like lots of recent improvements have been made - each site is neatly landscaped. Nice pines throughout the park provide shade while allowing good satellite reception. Check with the park staff when making a reservation for a site that will allow good reception.We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is well kept, clean and friendly. the sites are level and not to close to each other. We would have rated it a 10 if we had been able to use our normal TV (No sat in rig yet) and could not use AT&T phone. All said this is one of the better parks near Colorado Springs area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our second visit to this park. The first being six years ago. On this trip we stayed for 9 days. The owners have vastly improved this park. Sites are all crushed granite, terraced and most are shady. While we were there they were planting flower gardens at the bases of a number of the terraces, for a very nice touch. The Wi-Fi is good, a little on the slow side. As others have mentioned the water pressure is low, this is probably due to the fact they haul all their own water in for the facility. Restrooms and grounds very clean. There is a large dog park, however the fence used has rather large opening at the base. The other issue for us, they do not restrict by breed and there were some large aggressive breeds in the park during our stay. We did not have any cellular signal with AT&T. Had to go down the road about a mile for a signal. The drive into the city for groceries or to get to the sights of the area is not really an issue. The only negative issue we had was with the long term and cabin residents. They did not seem to understand that the 5mph speed limit pertained to everyone. We definitely plan on coming back to this park again, and will not wait 6 years this time! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park with spacious, well laid out terraced sites. Very friendly and helpful staff and on site owner. Water pressure is low and there is no cell service, but there is a free phone in the office. 20+ minute drive to shopping. Many birds and wildlife. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Our rate reflects a week with a Passport discount: 50% off Sunday-Thursday and 10% Friday-Saturday. We made a last minute reservation and lucked out with a premium tiered spot. The nice thing is that these gravel sites are end to end, rather than side to side (with great spacing) so you aren't looking into your neighbor's windows. One side is a treed hill and the other is a gravel patio area overlooking the tent sites. Nice fire pit but unable to use it due to a fire ban. For the most part, very quiet. It was a little noisy on the weekend as the park filled up with families. Wi-Fi worked pretty good although it checked out every now and then. We were able to get 1X on our Verizon cell phone but it was a weak connection and fairly useless. The water pressure was low and we often had to use our water pump. Large trash bins but make sure you've done your workout first: the lids are extremely heavy! We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful park. We had a single night to stay. We had reserved 5 nights, but could not stay more than the one due to the very limited availability of the internet, no AT&T cell phone service, and no cable or over the air TV service. The sites are very nice and large. All gravel with very nice manicured trees (Cedar and Pine) The hot tub is small, maybe 4-6 person but there are no age restrictions so your young kids can join you. At the time of our stay, fire restrictions prevented ANY outdoor fires and the sewer connections were 30 feet behind my connection when properly situated for electric and water. Those who wish to stay here should also be aware that it is located 20 miles south of Colorado Springs on 115. This may be a drawback for many who want to sightsee. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had a wonderful stay here over the 4th of July weekend. Not a single vacant spot in the park, but it was still pleasant, with sufficient room between RVs and a nice layout overall. The staff was very friendly and efficient, and the park was well-maintained and clean. Pet friendly, we have two large spinone dogs that were welcomed. We would stay here again the next time we are in the Colorado Springs area, and highly recommend it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Mountaindale was our first stop on an 8000 mile, 7 week trip which included 12 campgrounds in 7 states. It turned out to be one of the finest campgrounds we stayed at from Colorado to Canada. We drove straight through from Chicago to Colorado Springs and in Nebraska called ahead and told them we would be arriving around 10:00 pm. To our surprise we found not only our reservation at the office door but a young lady on a 4 wheeler. She greeted us and lead us to our site. She kept it lit while I hooked up as after 17 hours, sleep is all I wanted. Upon wakening the next day I found what I could not see the previous night. It was an absolutely beautiful park: well maintained and spotlessly clean. The site was HUGE and we were on the top tier over looking the park. The way it is set up is like a theater, so your views are unobstructed. We had originally planned to stay in town but after reading reviews decided on Mountaindale and it was the best decision. It is a short drive south of Colorado Springs and worth every mile. It is close enough to all the attractions but far enough away to be a peaceful retreat. The staff is so nice and more than accommodating. There was a mechanic onsite who answered two questions about issues that arose with my motorhome. There is a Camping World close by also. Deer frequently visit and hummingbirds are everywhere. I would give this campground an 11, and I will definitely be back and for an extended period next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Everyone was extremely friendly and went the extra mile to make sure you had everything that you needed. Great base camp to tour Royal Gorge area on one side and Pike's Peak area on the other. You will love this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We got the Passport America rate. This is really a very nice park but we're spoiled. There is no cell service, but they provide a free land line for use by the campers. They have no cable so make sure you get a site which has no trees above it if you have satellite. Our site had a tree limb above the dish. The signs on the office explain what to do if you encounter a bear or a mountain lion, but it's not clear that those animals know how to respond in kind. The Wi-Fi is very robust. The personnel are extremely friendly and accommodating. We would not stay here again, but would recommend this park with the above caveats. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is Passport. We drive the 30 miles out of our way between Santa Fe and Denver because it is so unique. This is a lovely, outdoorsy park. We like the premium tiered sites with tree tops on one side and a pine covered hill on the other. On one stay here I was taking a walk and came within several feet of what I thought was a large dog. It was a deer! And there are hummingbirds everywhere. Supposedly there is a resident fox one of the summer residents feeds, but we have not seen it. The restrooms and showers are small and in a trailer type building. During the years we have stayed here the landscaping has been continually upgraded. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here in Aug. of 2010 and liked the park. So we booked a month this year. When we pulled into the park, OMG!! The owner had been busy updating the sites. He had removed some sites and enlarged the rest. He has added rock boarders to all the sites. It is wonderful! We have booked 5 months next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice park in the mountains. I made a mistake and did not realize that it was about 15 miles outside of the city of Colorado Springs. Other than that the park was great. Full hook ups were available and the staff was helpful and friendly. Next time we would stay in a closer RV park to the city. Otherwise we had no complaints with the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We took our new (to us) RV here for the first trip because it is close to home. The women who checked us in and brought us to our site was friendly and professional. The sites are nice and ours was just slightly off level. The restrooms were nice and clean. There were lots of folks with pets, including us. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An absolute must-stay if you RV into a 100 mile radius of Colorado Springs. The owner and his staff are friendly and courteous, with a helping hand to make sure your set-up is easy and quick. The grounds are clean, landscaped, full of trees, wildlife is plentiful and fun to watch. There are dog walk trails and a dog play-yard. Children playground, walking and biking trails w/incredible views. The close proximity to all things shopping, dining, sight-seeing is perfect and still far enough off the main highway to have total peace and quiet. There is a well equipped lounge with large TV, fireplace, full kitchen, game room, computer room. Cabins and RV's are available for rent. Satellite TV is available. We will not consider any other park in a 100 mile radius - this, by leaps and bounds is the best in area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a delight! Was only going to stay 1 night and stayed a week because of the campground's beauty and friendly staff. Beautiful premium site. Secluded campground and quiet. The owner and the staff were friendly and helpful - felt like one of the family. Excellent and reliable Wi-Fi. Came here from Illinois for a week in the Springs and next time back this will be my camp ground of choice. Won't even consider another in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First off I posted this on RV.NET before I came here. There were two responses on RV.NET where they had the same problem. All of this is IMOP. The first thing I want to say is Mountaindale is a nice campground. The second thing is the office staff is friendly. The third is the office staff doesn't know how to track their reservations. One year ago yesterday our group was camped at Mountaindale (our 4th straight year). I placed a deposit down for 10 sites for Oct 14 - 17, 2010. We were given the sites and meeting rooms I requested. I was in contact with the Mountaindale staff throughout the year with no indication there were any problems. As I was in charge of this camp out, I had assigned rigs to their site and notified Mountaindale who was going where. As the year progressed, we needed more sites than the 10 we had. Mountaindale took the additional reservations and assignments. I called Mountaindale on Fri. Oct. 8, 2010 to verify our reservations. The Mountaindale staff member read the assignments to me and I verified they were correct. Then on Sunday Oct. 10, 2010 I received a call from Mountaindale (I was out camping at the time). I was told there was a problem with our reservations. Another group had been given reservations (prior to ours) for 11 of our 14 sites and they were reassigning our sites. Other members of our group called Mountaindale and got stories from - the other groups reservations had not been logged in their book to it was a computer problem. How could this have been a computer or booking problem when their own people had read our reservations back to me 2 days prior. While we were camping there this weekend we learned Mountaindale had screwed up reservations for two other groups this same weekend. We were told we would get a 15% discount because of the problems. Well, we didn't 15%, we got a 9% discount. While we were using the meeting rooms, we had people from other groups come into our room and say they had them reserved it for their group. One of our members said this had happened to them 2 times before with other groups they were members of. I don't have any suggestions when dealing with Mountaindale as I had contacted them 6 days prior to our arrival and everything at that time seemed Ok. 98% of our member said they will not recommend or return to Mountaindale (by their self or with a group.) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a great campground in a rural setting with deer grazing next to the motorhome. Did not have AT&T cell phone service there. There was no cable, and because of trees we couldn't get our satellite dialed in, but there was great wi-fi. However, we stayed so busy in the area, visited Pike's Peak on the cog railway and the Garden of the Gods, we really didn't need any TV or phones. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here a number of times with our FCRV group. Nice park ,owners are wonderful, most sites are very good. We stayed here last September 2010 with 12 rigs, we made reservations the previous February so our rigs would be together. When we arrived they had given over half our spots to other campers and put half of our group all over the campground. They couldn't understand the problem. That will be the last time for our group. Beware if you stay here with a group, who ever does the reservations down there doesn't have a clue what day it is. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They recently installed a T1 and the WiFi communication is excellent. We had either excellent or very good signal strength and speeds typically between 24 meg and 36 meg. Speed would drop to 8 meg but only under heavy usage. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Most sites are very long with plenty of side space. Well maintained, nice shade trees. Park is graveled but there is very little dust because of the granite gravel used by the park. Camp does not have cable TV and this is the only drawback. We would have rated the park a 10 if cable had been available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were looking for one last camping weekend before the cold started to set in. Based on the previous reviews, we chose to stay here. We were not disappointed. The property is very clean and the staff very friendly. We had a very nice, wide back-in spot (#32). The location is about halfway between Colorado Springs and Penrose/Canon City. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park exceeded our expectations after browsing the web site and comparing to real life. The quiet serene atmosphere generated by the surrounding pine trees that whispered throughout our stay was one we will never forget. The staff was very accommodating and frequently asked if we needed anything or would answer any questions about the area that we had. If relaxing to the sounds of nature is what you are looking for this is a must stop. Many of the RVers were return guests and we can see why. We also will plan return visits. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At first glance this looks like a nice place to stay. The pine trees drip sap all over everything. The management allows their dogs to run without any restraint. They constantly run out of or are very short on both water volume and pressure. The internet connection is terrible. There are many other campgrounds much closer to the attractions. I spent the better part of 3 days getting all of the sap off of our vehicles. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A lot of the sites here were close together, but the staff was friendly. Laundry was clean. They have DVDs that you can borrow as satellite reception is limited in some sites. Had to ask for a table for our site as they do not have enough tables for every site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What a breathe of fresh air this camp is. Mgmt could not be nicer or more helpful. A few permanents but they are all so friendly. Camp is very remote, among pine trees but nicely spaced wide sites. WiFi worked perfectly although Verizon cell service was positional. Some sites are better for satellite than others but mgmt will advise you of those sites. We were in site 35, absolutely perfect for a big rig. We love this camp and will return often. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park in the cool pines. Some of the sites are a bit uneven as was ours. The people are very friendly. Our only complaint was there was a lot of road work being done and it was quite noisy during the day with the semis going up and down the road. But loved the Saturday ice cream social. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an exceptional RV Park striving to provide excellent service. We stayed in one of their spacious unique terrace sites, which appear to be new or have been recently improved. Access lanes are solid gravel and so are the sites. There is an assortment of trees and some sites are shaded. The WiFi worked without any problems. There is a scenic mountain trail offering great views of the valley. Deer came by our site each evening and it was very quiet. We would of liked to stay longer and will likely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our group of Harley riders stayed at this campground for a week. Some of us brought campers & others stayed in the cabins. All accommodations were excellent. The staff went out of their way to make sure we had everything we needed to have a wonderful visit. Everyone was very friendly, and it was noted by all in our group that the campground was very quiet, even though there were many children present. Bathrooms & laundry facilities were clean and adequate. The lounge area was nicely furnished although we never used it. Our only complaint (and it is very minor) is that the Wi-Fi was better accessed closer to the office and we were in the very far end cabin. However, that didn't detract from our fabulous trip. We enjoyed our stay & the central location for all our rides around the Colorado Springs area. We recommend buying groceries/supplies before arriving as it is 20 miles in either direction for a store. We highly recommend this campground and would stay here again! We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This park is clean and well maintained. The roads and sites are well covered in gravel, so even when we arrived in a rainstorm, there was no mud to speak of. WiFi was usable and free, the playground was well maintained, but my older boys (9 & 14) got bored quickly. The park was crowded, but all the campers were well behaved. Keep in mind that this is 16 miles from Colorado Springs and not close to any stores/services, but this keeps it quiet. The semi-permanant residents kept their sites very clean. Price is for water/electric only. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. They charge $2 per person after 2 adults, so we paid $ 37.71 a night for 4 adults. The park is rural and beautiful. We arrived after dark and the roads were not well lit or marked. One of the residents came out to direct us. The office was supposed to leave a map on the door for us, but didn't. Other than that it was a beautiful quiet place. Sites are gravel and level with good hookups. Picnic table at our site. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is with Escapees discount and includes taxes. Park is in a beautiful wooded area and has good facilities. WiFi is erratic but with several hubs showing, I was able to get connected. Cellular service is unusable. My only complaint is that the electric service where we were parked was poor. The voltage was 113 to 117 until we tried the air conditioner. Then it dropped to about 101 to 105, dangerously low. I suspect the wiring here is just not heavy enough as even a a few lights dropped the voltage noticeably. In mild weather, this is a nice place to be and we will probably return someday. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is beautiful and well kept. The sites are very large, level, and beautifully landscaped. The campground was very quiet and peaceful. The bathrooms and showers are immaculate (private shower with toilet and sink). The owners and staff are terrific people and extremely helpful. We stayed here for 3 nights and wished our time allowed us to stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located about 15 miles south of Colorado Springs. The drive in and out of town is beautiful. It is very well located for visiting the sites in Colorado Springs and Canon City. The park itself is very nice and the owners are very friendly and helpful. The reason I rates it a 7 is due to the lack of water pressure and sometimes water. They constantly truck water in to keep up with the demand. My experience with the Wi-Fi is that it was iffy and slow when you could get logged on. There is basically no cell service in the park. Occasionally you might hit a sweet spot but you better not move an inch in either direction. We would stay here again short term, but not the month we stayed this time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This area was nice, but the grounds were very dusty. Our site was #51, and was unlevel, but off the beaten path, so it was better than the main bundle. Units in the 70's+ were premium, and very level, but little shade. The staff was very nice. Bathrooms were clean, but didn't fill the soap at all during the entire weekend. No mosquitoes!!! Lots of hummingbirds. There was a bear at night, but no other signs of wild life. It's very close to attractions in Colorado Springs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the third summer we have stayed at this resort. We are full-timers and travel around the country, staying in many RV resorts and Campgrounds. Mountaindale is one of the finest destinations we have found. Large sites with full hookups, friendly staff, quiet, with wonderful weather. The ice cream social on Saturday evenings gives you a chance to meet other RV'ers. They also serve donuts and coffee on Sunday morning. We have not found anywhere with larger, nicer sites. This is a wonderful place to stay. We normally stay for three months at a time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Mountaindale was a beautifully wooded campground. Meticulously maintained with wide pull-through sites, nicely graded in brick colored rock chips. Very helpful and friendly owner and staff. Open, spacious, secure dog play area. Store supplied with adequate needs. The family center room has a big-screen TV, big kitchen, large meeting room and internet room. Hot tub was also available. This is one of the best campgrounds we have ever visited. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We chose this RV Park as it was centrally located between Canon City and Manitou Springs, so we could drive to each and see the sights. Price is for a deluxe site with Good Sam discount. Level, gravel/dirt sites, with picnic table and fire ring. No TV, no cell phone reception, Wi-Fi was intermittent and weak. Very quiet at night, we saw foxes in the campground and heard coyotes nearby. Not much of a campground store, so bring lots of supplies. Staff was helpful and friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America price. Grounds have many mature trees, thus require consideration when selecting a site. #47 was a little short for a 38' MH and tow, but it had open skies to the South. WiFi is very iffy and Verizon was too weak for MiFi. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park, away from the crowd. Large gravel level sites with fire ring. Sprint WiFi card wouldn't work as well as cell phones but campground WiFi did OK for us. Great staff! Big sites, not bunched up to your neighbor. Extended our 4 day stay to 5 day stay. Wish we had time to stay longer. Will have to come back soon. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is 16 miles from Colorado Springs, so you are going to be driving alot to see the site, eat out or buy food. The staff was friendly. We did enjoy the park but we would not stay here again because you have no Verizon cell phone or internet service. They offer free Wi-Fi but it did not work for most of the time we were here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. Owner has worked hard to make it very attractive. Laundry room acceptable with 4 washers & 4 dryers @$1.00 each. There were deer and foxes around - lots of fun. Wireless was reachable at our sites, but was not as stable as we would have liked. Warning - Verizon cell and broadband are very bad contrary to Verizon's coverage map. Net10 Trac phone also got very bad signal. Good little store. Pool room and spa on site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When there are paved pads and roads its always nice and everything worked as it should. I would stay here again for sure but if you need to get online make sure you have a card for your computer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had a great time here. Park has friendly people, was clean and dog friendly. A great place to stay. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We stayed in the Wilderness Cabin. It was wonderful! We have never "camped" or been in Colorado: it was all magical. We saw all the sights plus returned home to a beautiful and clean campground. Everyone here was extremely helpful and friendly. I can't wait to tell my Houston city friends of such a find in Colorado Springs. My grandkids will love coming here too. Can't wait to see everyone again! It was off season so we had warm days and a weekend of snow: just fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This place has the country setting about 10 miles from anything which is my type of camping. We were in a premium site which means a pull through that has parallel parking. Lots of room at all sites. Roads are dirt with gravel sites. I thought the park layout was innovative since it's in the Foothills. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground and the people could not have been nicer. They do not sell propane but when we asked they offered to take our tank and have it filled when they were taking theirs. As previous reviews have stated it is some distance fron Colorado Springs but it's worth it for the isolation. Several campgrounds we noticed near the sights were very crowded and near busy roads. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here over the Labor Day weekend. It was very clean, and everyone was friendly. The rates were excellent. There was Wi-Fi throughout the park. It's close to all the attractions. Also was very quiet. We would stay here again. The park provides a phone service to any where in USA: free! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on the recommendation of a friend. We usually prefer public campgrounds but found that most of the state parks in the area were booked for the week we wanted to stay. We were very pleasantly surprised by this park. Very reasonable rates, exceptionally clean facilities. One evening we wanted to buy some firewood at the camp store but found out it was closed for the evening. An employee who lives on-site, unlocked the storage area to the wood pile and simply asked that we take care of the bill the next day once the store opened. Good, honest people. We were able to reserve one of the premium sites that overlook the rest of the park. A bit out of the way from the Colorado Springs attractions but that was okay. Thank goodness we have satellite because their is no off-the-air TV reception. Weak to non-existent cell phone coverage but the Wi-Fi enabled us to keep in touch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife and I and our dog spent 4 evenings at this campground and in their stated worst site. We enjoyed the experience very much. It was actually refreshing not to have cell phone and TV signals. A real vacation. We spent daytime hours sight seeing and not in camp. Evenings and mornings were very quiet. Campground is well maintained and management and staff were all very pleasant. The campground was quite full, 3 large groups were registered. We interfaced with at least 2 of the groups and had many enjoyable discussions. The Denver Airstream group were most enjoyable and invited us to a few of their functions. The campground is about 18 miles south of Colorado Springs, but we found that preferable to being in town. Our home is in the middle of 22 acres so we enjoy nature and out of the way. They have very clean shower and bathroom facilities, a computer area, pool table room and meeting room. All were maintained well and used quite heavily by the campers. We would definitely stay in this campground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Maybe because we were paying 'full freight' our expectations were higher. On the good side, the park is very clean, sites are reasonably sized, and the owners are friendly. On the down side, there were barking dogs and music audible across the park during a weekend day, with no apparent attempt to enforce the noise limits. Sites near the road will get noise from trucks headed to a nearby quarry. Sites were freshly graveled, but not very level. WiFi service was highly erratic and failed completely for one evening. This is not really a good site for visiting Colorado Springs, being so far south of town. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Absolutely amazed when i pulled in! The grounds are constantly maintained and it's unusual to NOT see the owner out working! After over a year of travels, I've yet to see the public area of any camp furnished like this one. The lounge is as comfortable as a large living room, the game room was built with adults in mind, and the camp even furnishes three (3!) computers in it's own private computer room. I hated to leave. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful little campground in an out of the way area of Colorado Springs. Everyone who works here is super friendly and helpful. If you could get any tv reception I would give it a 10. You have to have a satellite dish if you want any tv. But other than that, it is perfect as far as I am concerned. The sites are all crushed stone and they vary in size. Some are very large. We saw all sized rigs in here. It is about 10 to 15 miles from most of the activities in Colorado Springs, but it is nicer to be out here than in town. It is not far from the Red Gorge area and Canon City. It is very quiet. There is a computer room with 3 computers, and another area with tables and chairs and a pool table. If you are in the area I would highly recommend this campground. The wifi is on and off, but if you go to the computer room it is super. We stayed on Passport and you are allowed 4 days with Passport and that is only during the weekdays, not the weekends. But they give a 10 discount to Passport on weekends. Then I think they would let you go on the passport rate again during the next week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed as a Passport member for 16.50 plus tax. Because of it's distance from I25 I would consider this more of a destination park. The park is beautiful and well kept. Would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent 9 days here, and it was just wonderful. The scenery, accommodations, the staff were all excellent. We even saw deer walking through the park. Would come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
People are more friendly than most people I met across the country. There are deer running though the camp and some are so friendly they eat out of your hand. The owner has done an excellent job on improving the camps and keeping it clean. If I have to visit other nearby states like Wyoming or Colorado, I will stay at this camp and travel to see other points of interests instead going to other camps. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Thank goodness for the all gravel spots among the trees. We had rain for 4 days. Most spots are in the trees. Poor phone reception, no Dish reception and very limited TV reception. They did have fair Wi-Fi reception. Seemed to be kid friendly. Sites were not as big as advertised. They were level. Water pressure was good. I'm not sure if we would stay here again. I think I would stay closer to I-25. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean and quiet. Well maintained. Staff friendly and accommodating. Large level sites with picnic tables and rock fire pits. Lots of tall pine trees. Many wildlife roaming through the park. One of the best we have visited. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located 14 miles south of town (near mm 30 on Hwy 115) and the turn off is well marked. The park roads and sites are gravel with pine trees around. It is well maintained and staff is friendly. No cable TV. They will give you a satellite site if requested. We could not get a Verizon cell phone signal in the park. We had a site that was a bit of a problem to level the rig and it appeared many of the sites had some leveling issue. The wi-fi speed was uneven, sometimes it slowed to non-existent and much of the time it was OK. We were there on a weekly rate. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here twice and have enjoyed both visits. The workcampers and staff are well organized and friendly. They give you an escort to your site and the sites are kept up nicely. We camped up on the hill in a pull through site and the Wi-Fi seems better up there. We enjoyed the deer that came through the park. We will definitely come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located about 14 miles south of town on Hwy 115. Very nice area. Hiking trail up the mountain. Our site was slightly unlevel, but not a major problem. Washed gravel sites and most are shaded to some extent. Lots of deer around, even two bucks fighting in a vacant site near ours one evening as we grilled out. We stayed two days and had no complaints. Wifi worked fine at our site near entrance. As other poster said. No large playground of amusement park nearby, but a very nice park to use as a base for exploring the area. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good signs made this easy to find. Friendly, attentive service. Escorted to our site. The premium sites are very nice and some are quite large (and most are satellite-friendly.) Overall maintenance very good and trees are trimmed. Lots of seasonal campers here, but plenty of non-seasonal back-ins and pull-throughs available. Playground for the kids and picnic pavilion available. As a bonus, they are a Passport America park so we paid $18 per night for three nights. Overall, a fine place to spend a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I struggled to be fair in rating this CG. The CG advertises that it is family friendly, but our opinion is this CG is aimed towards the senior citizens crowd. THEY seemed thrilled with the CG. We pulled in late and went off to find our site, which had no site number. We figured it out by process of elimination. We pulled into the site and our camper was angled down towards its back and our truck was angled towards its front. There was a crest to the hill. Looking from the side you would be seeing an obtuse angle. Those with a TT will know that this will force the ball back into the brake in the trailers receiver, so disconnecting the truck from the TT was just not possible. We moved in the morning to the smallest site we have ever stayed at. So, if you are in the senior citizens crowd you’ll love it, but if you have school age children pass. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly management. Set in large ponderosa pines. All gravel as grass is non-existent. Very nice place, quiet, clean. No highway noise. 1 miles south of Colorado Springs, 33 miles from Royal Gorge. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really enoyed our stay at the park. The park was always clean and everyone on th staff were very friendly and polite. They help us out with all the local attractions and directions on how to get here. I would recommend this RV Park to everyone. It was truly extremely worth the stay and very relaxing. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park w/friendly staff. About 15 miles outside of the springs. We did two nights so did not have full hookups. The short term pull-through sites are in front of the office so there's a fair amount of traffic. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This rate is a Passport America rate. The setting of the park was beautiful compared to others we saw closer to Colorado Springs. The staff was very nice. We were escorted to our site even though it was easy to find. The site was gravel (and fairly level) as were the roadways. Both the roads and the sites were narrow. On our site we were not able to access satellite. We received one TV channel. But the setting was great! Evidently there was a bear in the campground but we did not see it. WiFi was good and free. The campground is about 2 miles off 115. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to get to any attractions if not longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Loved this park! It was beautiful here with wonderful cool weather and spruce and pine filling the park with their aromas. We were in a premium site where we had plenty of room. However, I noticed that some of the sites were pretty close. If I were coming in a motorhome or big 5th wheel with slides, I would make sure I was going to be put in one of the larger spaces. Gorgeous area. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Office staff was very helpful. Dick showed us to our site. He also gave us good info on area. Campground was clean and quiet. Bathes were clean and private. It is half way between Canon City and Colorado Springs. You can see all the sights in the area easily from there. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is so much better than parks closer to Colorado Springs. The sites are good size, the people are really friendly and it has a good proximity to a zillion scenic and tourist things to do. The "premium" sites up on the hill seem to be the best for big rigs and people who want even more space. We were in #83 which worked well for us. One other point, for people who want to overnight in a cabin on the property, this RV Park has some really nice small cabins available for one or more nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is halfway to Canon City in the foothills off US 115. Signage to campground was good. Good area to park and register. Office staff was friendly and efficient. The site is fairly wooded with ponderosa pines. Access roads are well maintained but narrow in some places. Mainly gravel solid large pull-through sites with full hook-ups. Electricity was solid but water pressure was a bit variable. Resident mule deer around the park. Very quiet. Excellent location to visit the many attractions of Colorado Springs and Canon City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As my husband was away on business right after we checked in, I was nervous about being alone. I mentioned that he was gone to the staff and I didn't have to worry as the staff checked up on me every day. The campsite we had, #37 was large enough for both our motorhome and car hauler. The campsite was quiet and clean. Everyone is so friendly and willing to help. The ice cream socials are a great way for you to meet your fellow campers. We will go out of our way to stay at this campground again next year, and will recommend them to all. Great place! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a somewhat remote park in a pretty mountain setting. It is about 15 miles south of Colorado Springs and any shopping so pick up your groceries before you go. The remote location make is a very tranquil place. There is no highway, train, or other noise to disturb the peace. There are lots of trees. The sites are spacious and the staff is very friendly and helpful. The only thing that some might consider a negative is the distance from attractions and shopping but that is what makes such a pleasant place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice folks running the park, but we were hoping for something more scenic than what we found. On the plus side, it was clean, quiet, and offered nice facilities (store, laundry, recreation, etc.) It's centrally located if you are visiting both Pike's Peak and Royal Gorge (as well as Manitou Springs and Cripple Creek) - as we did. Roads can get a bit dusty and your wifi signal may be rather weak depending on where your site is. Overall, a good "base of operations" for a CO Springs area sight-seeing trip, but not a destination park. We would go back and wouldn't hesitate to recommend to families or seniors. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I used RV park reviews to find the nice park in Durango and was pleased with it. Then my family and I drove to Colo Springs and found Mountaindale with great reviews. I was very pleased with the friendly staff. This campground has many beautiful trees. I got a nice, shady and level space. It was difficult to get sat TV reception, due to the amount of pine trees, but it just took an additional 15 minutes to dial it in. My space #79 was absolutely huge and shady. It was over 45 feet wide and 80 feet long. My experience was great. Don't know why someone wouldn't find this a great park. I will come back next time I travel with my coach through Colorado. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Upon arrival the the office had two customers in front of my family. The older lady behind the counter must have been having a bad day. She did not smile once while our family waited for over 45 min for her to check in the two in front of me. When it became my turn. She was very short with us. She took our money told us the site number, my wife asked where it is and she handed us a pamphlet and did not say another word. This place also is not a place I would recommend taking children to the staff treated my children as a imposition not a guest of their campground. My site was very sunny no shade which (I requested upon reservation) the site was also very small and cramped. Upon reservation I was also told that on Sat night they had a Ice cream special 1.00 a bowl, they decided not to do that also. I would not recommend this place We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best park in the Colorado Springs area, wasn't our original choice but after reading rv reviews we changed. We then rode by and through all the other parks, the reviews have it CORRECT, the rest of them are urban jungles. This park is a bit out there, in mileage from the 'downtown' parks, but it is worth the trip. No cable, 1 TV channel with antenna, satellite depends on your site, WIFI was great. Much, much better than what the others offer!!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
There have been many good reviews, so I will not elaborate. We could have spent more than our 2 weeks here as it is so quiet and cool. We did have to move from our first site, as it was booked. However they did all they could to find a good site for our second week. We had the request for satellite sites, so the possibilities were limited. It was good to have a campground between attractions in Colorado Springs and Canon City. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is by far one of the most clean, beautiful, and well run campgrounds my family and I have stayed at. The staff and owner make sure that each and every person receives individualized attention. There is an amazing family atmosphere throughout the entire park. Everything was truly delightful!! My family and I are looking forward to returning next year! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground is in the pine forest, great interior road. Owner and staff are friendly and very helpful, make you feel at home. Free computers use with T-1 feed and speed along with WiFi. Hiking to the hill top offer fantastic view of the Colorado east plain. Great location to see Colorado springs attraction. This is one of the few campground offer booking on a specific site, since all the sites are unique due to the forest setting. Nice web site to check out before booking. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground in a peaceful, quiet setting. Sites and roads are gravel but well maintained and our site was so level that we had no issues setting up. Staff very friendly and helpful-I had numerous questions as this was our first visit. Does not offer cable and we could only get one TV station so a satellite would be a necessity if you want to keep up with news. WiFi worked great. We only had a water/electric site so I had to dump the tanks which was a chore as the dump area is not level. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you like a campground type RV park with lots of shade trees, rock fire rings and an open roomy feel, this is a great choice. It is located several miles south of busy Colorado Springs in the front edge of the mountains. It is located in a peaceful country setting away from the main highway. We slept with the windows open and the A/C off and enjoyed the cool Colorado nights-it was that quiet. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The facilities were well kept and clean. Use of the Hot Tub required a reservation-a great system other parks should adopt. Many of the in-town Colorado Springs RV parks here are of the paved and packed design near busy city streets so this was a real find for us. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Very nice setting in the tall whispering pines. Owners and mgt were very nice and accommodating. Ask about trimming limbs so I could open my awning and they responded immediately and took off the limbs. Very friendly environment and met some great folks. Hope to return with grandkids in future. Really nice clubhouse for playing pool and socializing. Open year round by the way. Very relaxing visit, if not the most relaxing stop on this two week trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice campground with helpful and polite staff. They gave us Passport America rates with out being a Passport campground. The reduced rate sites are a little close but still nice. The only draw back was that it was a forty minute drive to Colorado Springs and 50 minute drive to the Royal Gorge. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located well off any major highway, we were impressed with the rustic nature of this campground. Though rustic, with lots of trees and beautiful mountain views, our site contained all the amenities we needed. The campground was clean and well attended. Showers, restrooms and laundry were always spotless. David, the owner was always gracious and accommodating. Mountaindale is located about a 20 minute drive from most of the great attractions in the Colorado Springs area. Would we visit here again? You bet! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great, hospitable campground with abundant shade available for the RV. Although they had no pool, their spa/hot tub was available. The location is beautiful. We liked it so much we extended our stay. We paid the Passport America rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wonderful staff. Hosts were extremely helpful. Arrived late and in rain. They were there and guided us into the parking space. Stayed 3 days. Went on to a reunion. Left it one day early and went back to Mountaindale as it was such pleasant experience. Thank you to the staff for having a clean, pleasant, restful and quiet place to stay. I'm a Passport America member. I would recommend this camp to anyone. It is off the road and great. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park for us people but could have been more pet friendly. The staff was very welcoming and friendly in regards to pets but the environment could have been better. We were only to walk our dog on the perimeter of the park where there was no grass and there was a lot of cactus around. There was a nice trail that lead up to the top of a small mountain but it was lined with cactus that was unavoidable. We would stay again if passing through but not for long term. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park, only complaint I have and other campers that I spoke to was, they allow the children from the full timers to ride their atv's all around the campground. They are also not careful in the way they ride them. One day this went on for about two and a half hours straight. If I had wanted to hear atv's all day I could of stayed home, not to mention all the dust it creates in the air, so much for sitting outside and enjoying the outdoors. Also did not see any wildlife because they were scared away. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were with a group here. Everyone was very nice until Saturday. Most everyone had left but couple were still here including us. We had checked with the staff 5 times to affirm our departure day and time. We were leaving Sunday instead of Saturday and this had been secured many months ago. I also confirmed this when we checked in. Saturday one of the staff came by and told us we had to move for that night because someone had booked someone in our site. I said if they did that then the new people should be moved to another site. They said no we had to move for our last night. We said we would just leave. We started packing up. The lady came back and said we could stay in our site. I said no because by that time we were packed and ready to go. The owner was not there that one day and he called me yesterday and apologized to me and said we should never have been treated this way. I will have to think hard and long about staying there again. Also the girl that made the mistake on their computer also called and said she was sorry and it was her fault. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our stay here, very nice campground in a nicely-treed rustic setting at 6000’ elevation. Sites spaced as generously as possible, considering all the trees. They have a tiered rate structure and tiered sites. We stayed in one of their “Premium Terrace” sites over the week preceding Memorial Day as well as the Memorial Day weekend. It was their top row and it was nicely secluded overlooking the campgrounds and nestled against a reddish rock bluff. The owner and the staff were very eager, helpful and solicitous – bending over backwards to accommodate the guests – very nice. The small office store was nicely stocked with basic needs & supplies. The sites were nicely landscaped with rock boundaries & walls; each had a fire ring and table. Most of the sites seem to be big-rig friendly – ours certainly was, we easily fit our 37’ fifth wheel & F-350 dually pickup. Now the bad news. The water pressure fluctuated between low and lower – we checked it with and without the filter, made no difference – it was still low. The roads were made of crushed red rock which was either dusty or muddy, dependent on the weather. The free WiFi was iffy at best but we had to use it as we received no signal at all from our Verizon card or phone, even with the Wilson Trucker antenna. The owner did not follow the leash law, which was a bit disconcerting – too many times we found the large, friendly dog running loose and looking lost (although I’m sure he wasn’t). We hit the place at peak season and found it to be bit pricey – but I suppose that’s to be expected during a summer holiday week in Colorado. We wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again, it’s a great place for a home base to see the Royal Gorge, Pikes Peak, the Air Force Academy, Garden of the Gods, and Black Hawk Canyon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very pleasantly surprised with our experience. The owners and staff were wonderful to work with. This is an older campground, but the owner has put a great deal of effort into updating the location. The park is within 15 minutes of the south end of Colorado Springs, but you feel like you are away from it all. (We completely lost cell phone service.) Our younger kids enjoyed the playground, and our teens liked the pool table, dart board, and computer stations. They rent movies in the store, but you can watch any of the selection for free on the projection screen in the clubhouse. We are going again for Father's Day weekend. The downsides: The hot tub was not working during our visit, and the water pressure seemed low at times. Both were minor issues. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great, peaceful and secluded RV park in a wooded area. Very friendly and family oriented. Clean. Did not feel crowded. It was nice to not be on concrete and in the city. The spot was level. Half price with Passport America We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night here over Labor Day Weekend. They accepted our 1 night reservation without any problems (unlike other campgrounds who want to force you to reserve 3 nights on holiday weekends). Even though they were full, the place was clean and pleasant. Very nice location and setting. Staff welcoming and friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I just wanted to let you all know that this campground is a great place to stay. They are 14.3 miles out of the city on the 115. It is in the trees and mountains. The folks that run it are really nice. Free wifi is included 4-5 bars at all times. A nice strong signal. No cell signal but the campground phone is available for incoming or outgoing calls. They have several cabins and a hot tub. It is very peaceful and it is not far from several of the local attractions. There are several full hook up sites and several water with electric. There is a dump station, nice clean showers and bathrooms, a play area for your kids and a volleyball court and horseshoe area. Laundry facilities are good. There are rv rentals, and sites have grills and firepits. They also have a lounge with a big screen tv, a computer room, and game room with a pool table. In the office there is a store with lots of essentials available, Including ice cream (my favorite). If you are in the area you should definitely stop here. They are on the Passport America network. There is also an advertisement in their brochure for Escapees RV club, so I assume they may offer that discount also. It is open year round. There is a golf course is near by. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This park is a very quiet place to camp. The campground is in the woods. It has a great view of the mountains. The bathrooms have no air conditioning, but it has heaters in them. There is no traffic noise. The sites are gravel but full-hook up. Plenty of room for slide-outs. A very nice park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly Hosts. cleanest campground I have seen yet inside and out. More room than most between sites, very impressive. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Stayed 2 months at $425/mo. Wonderful, helpful owner and staff. Gorgeous wilderness-type location. Family atmosphere, yet quiet. Well designed for privacy. Very clean facilities. Pet friendly, rules well observed. Good roads to town. Walks and short hikes are nice, some biking possible. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed in one of the premium terraced sites. Very nice. Cabins look nice, also. The non-premium sites near the camp office looked crowded. Wi-fi worked fabulously. It's a couple miles off the road but easy to find and very quiet. The one negative was the hot tub wasn't working and we were kind of looking forward to it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful, wooded park. Very large sites, not stacked as cordwood, as a lot of campgrounds seem to be these days. Attentive and helpful owners and staff. Total quiet. Each site has its own fire ring and wood is available at office. Clean restrooms and showers and plenty of laundry capacity. We will stay here again. We stayed in our motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground! We stayed in one of the premium terraced sites. Wi-Fi worked great. The owner was very helpful in guiding us to our site. We were very disappointed that during our entire stay, the hot tub was out of order and pad locked. As mentioned, the park is just off the beaten path and very quiet which is always nice. It is very easy to get to either Colorado Springs or Canon City on highway 115 which has very little traffic. We stayed here in a motorhome and would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed at the premium sites and was very pleased. Great Internet connection and lots of room between campsites. When we saw the sardine can like RV campgrounds in Colorado Springs, our family was very glad we decided to stay here. The hosts were great and the sites were perfect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park with a VERY friendly staff. Owner was very friendly and welcoming. Our two year old son enjoyed the playground and seeing the camp fox and rabbits. The general store has ample items and the campsite is wooded and very clean. It is an excellent stop if heading through Colorado and it is a nice detour off of I25. We will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were there for one week, very nice campground, owner goes out of his way to make your stay enjoyable. They are constantly working to improve the park. Very nice spacious terraced pull-throughs available. Abundant wildlife present. They were in the process of upgrading the wi-fi, so connections were not good all the time, however they do have computers available with internet access in the office. Have stayed in other parks in area but would recommend this one. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A must stop while in Colorado Springs. Very helpful staff that goes out of their way to make your stay a pleasant experience. Is a Passport America park. Beautiful mountain setting with a variety of sites to please all RV'ers. We personally liked the terraced sites where you park in a line front to back, giving an excellent view of the mountains and the park. Very quiet, clean and spacious park. Within 25 miles of tourist attractions. Also has Wi-Fi phones and DirectTV for an additional charge. We came with the intention of staying a week and spent a month. Will definatally return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Nice remote camping. All gravel and not all level but good setting centered between many attractions. Close camping but not too bad by todays standards of parking lot campgrounds with RV's 20 feet apart. Shady country setting. Good access road. Good strong WIFI. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice camp with shady sites. Computers available in the office for internet access. Clean restrooms. Pavilions available for group use. Friendly staff. Only downside is the layout in some parts of the camp is a little strange and you can end up driving through empty sites to get to other sites. Not a big deal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners are going out of their way to please the RVers, on week ends there was ice cream give a way for 1$, good location, family oriented. Most of the sites are shady. We will come again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have camped here yearly for the last four years, under new management the last three years and owners have done wonders improving the grounds with new pavillions, play areas for children and new level sites. We will be returning often. We camped here in a Motorhome.