This is a good overnight stop or a base for exploring Great Sand Dunes National Park and Fort Garland. The people are friendly and helpful. The sites are crowded, gravel/dirt, and somewhat level. There are a high fraction of workers living here, but they did not create a problem. Road noise is high and the railroad on the other side has it's noise 3, or so, times a day. The back side of the property has a self serve storage building and RV storage area. Trees provided windbreaks and shade. WiFi is iffy. The showers are clean enough for their age and maintenance level. This park is in need of maintenance and renovation. We stayed here in a 25' travel trailer to explore the Dunes about 25 miles away.
Nice place to stay if your visiting Great Sand Dunes National Park, only 20 miles away. Pull through sites, about 40' long, easy to get into. You are close to neighbors but there is enough room for your awning. Water, electricity and are conveniently located and in very good condition. There are mature tall shade trees between the sites that are well trimmed. The park is located on US highway 160 but you don't hear the traffic after dark because the traffic is almost non-existent then. They have a nice camp store, sell gas but not diesel. They can refill propane. The staff is very friendly and you'll be shown to your site. We camped in a 32' 5th wheel. We'd stay again if in the area.
View of railroad cars. Next to 160 also negative. We passed on it.