Located on a river in the foothills below Estes Park. Our site was right by the river where we fell asleep listening to the river run. Our site had a nice tree to provide shade for most of the day. Very peaceful. We did have a problem with the power pole but they had an electrician come out immediately and fix whatever the issue was. Prompt service! As other comments have indicated the grounds are dirt with some gravel but the sites are reasonably large and the setting is wonderful so a little dust did not bother us or our guest one bit. Dog and kid friendly. We will return.
We camped in a 40' 5th wheel. We had plenty of room for 5 slides. It's an older campground that is well kept. Yes it does have dirt roads but not too dusty. We enjoyed out 6 day stay here very much. We would love to come back!
Spent 5 days, enough time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park twice, Estess Park once, and Fort Collins once. Location was excellent and had only one complaint. Very dusty and several people do not comply with the "slow down" postings. Too many people just have no respect for others. Otherwise a beautiful river runs thru it, nice playground for children, and friendly staff, just need to keep the dust down. Arrived with clean motorhome and tow, but left with several coats of dust!!
Been calling and calling and no answer. Even left messages and still no returned call. They show availability but no one to talk to. Guess they don't want the business.
Spent a week there. Great location! Campsite on river and was very nice. Clean now after flooding in July. Bathrooms are clean. Wonderful staff! Great entertainment on weekends. Only negative is not good signal for wifi. Would recommend for families.
Very nice park right on the Big Thompson River. Beautiful setting close to Estes Park and Rocky Mt National Park. Restrooms and laundry are clean and well maintained. Roads can be dusty when it is very dry but we had rain so not a problem. So peaceful listening to the river and little river frogs at night. The campground has a lovely organic community garden for folks who are here long term although a member of the community invited me to participate even though we were only here for a few days. I didn't but the offer was very sweet. Also a chicken coop near the garden with interesting chickens to watch and eggs on sale in the camp store. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend.
Bathroom very clean. Barely notice road noise along river sites. Verizon voice repeater at central park area. Tengo Wi-Fi $1/day per device. Convenient spot to enjoy nearby state park, local trails and National Park. Staff friendly and helpful. Nice short walking trail and pet park. River can be tough to access and enjoy when all riverside spots are full.
This place is ok if you have to stay close to Denver (RV rental return). Right beside a river and close to the Rocky Mountains NP.
River sites have been upgraded. All new electric, water and sewer.
Left a day early due to no working wifi.Need to upgrade their acct with Tengointernet.Tight spots, could not get trailer level, weekend entertainment in pavillion was GREAT, Grands liked the playground. LOTs of permanent ppl, but everyone was pleasant.
A favorite of ours, wooded, tucked back park on the river. Office staff is good, helped with our trailer parking dilemma. Only downside is phone and internet service very poor- have ATT
Not what expected, rundown. River difficult to get near if not parked along river. No phone service. Dangerous if an emergency. Didn't feel comfortable. Staff friendly. Needs a lot of upkeep.
Spent one week, river site. Some shade but not much. Very very dusty, no grass, no gravel......just dirt and dust. Electric was very bad. 50 amp service varied from 103 volts on the low to 121 on high. Progressive EMS cut power on numerous occasions to coach.......sure it saved some electronics from frying. Water pressure was about 20 psi on most days.....necessary to run water pump to get adequate flow for anything. Sewer hook up was broken and had odor to contend with. Reported it on first day and was still broken 7 days later......assume it still is. River is nice but so much overgrowth that you really have hard time enjoying it. Park has some really really bad looking sites of what I assume to be full time tenets. Their spots are just junk piles of all kinds of stuff. The Saturday night music was good but not enough to warrant a return visit for me. Did not use bathrooms so cannot comment on them.
We wanted to stay here because of the location to Rocky Mountain National Park, BUT OMG, owners definitely taking advantage of folks. Granted, they have a good location but CAN YOU SAY DUST & DIRT?? Bathrooms not so clean - laundry room closed for the season - REALLY???? & they charge top dollar besides these facts. We are staying at the KOA in Fort Colins, much further from the park but so nice to come home to! AND then there's the section of the park that looks just slightly above a junk yard - permanents probably - just be sure you are willing to stay here because of the proximity to the park.
The park is doable for a few days. But the place is not worth the cost. Muddy parking lot uneven sites.
The location of this park was great for visiting Estes Park and the Rocky Mountain National Park. Hwy 34 between Loveland and Estes Park has been closed for several years and just re-opened about a month ago and the drive between the rv park and Estes Park is quite beautiful. The park was dry and dusty and appeared unkempt. However, it really wasn't unkempt - just had that look because of weeds, drying out yards, etc. The cottonwood trees were 'shedding' and the ground was not only covered with dry dust but also white cotton. It often looked like it was snowing. Someone took us to our site and directed my husband into the back-in site we had (42). He did an excellent job. Utilities were fine and wifi worked okay. We would go back but I really hope they get some rain.
Really a great place to stay. Only con was the nightly price. $56. Had full hookups, Hugh playground for kids. Showers / bathrooms clean and a lot of them. Convience store. Even tiny houses on property. Full timers also. But lots of hookups. Pro for us. Camped with back door to river, rushing water. Very nice. Would stay again.
Great park right along the Big Thompson River just outside of the main area of Loveland giving easy access to Rocky Mountain National Park just 30 minutes up the road. The park has a ton of trees and has a true camping vibe. It has a large portion of their sites for the short term campers set up along the river. These sites are all back in and go right to the edge of the river with a picnic table set up between the sites. The roads and sites are dirt and gravel and it can get dusty at times when there are several vehicles moving around. The staff was very friendly and accommodating for our changing plans. There were a lot of families with kids using the playground, volleyball and grass areas. Approximately half of the sites along the river give satellite reception, but most of the park will be blocked by the very large and mature trees. The wifi never worked well for us.