|Daily||$31.00 - $35.00|
We live close to the St.Vrain State Park and visit there once a year for 2 nights in the Spring to check out our fifth wheel for the season. On the South side the spots are long enough to accomodate anything with full hook ups and pull thru. Concrete pads to put the trailer on. Decent tables with wind block. This would not be a destination RV park but it is actually very nice for that overnight situation. The floods of 2013 did some damage and you should check with the park if you intend to use the North end. Real easy access right off I-25. Reservations recommended.
For the money, you just can't beat this park. It is very well groomed, pull through paved level pads, full hookups including 50 amp. We were in between two ponds, both stocked with trout. Folks were catching their limits in about an hour. My only complaint is that there is zilch in the way of wind breaks. Spring camping here can carry some cool to cold breezes that eventually get through whatever you're wearing. There were nice, commercial fire pits though. The park is close to the Interstate, but far enough that it didn't seem to be a factor. 17 April and they were sold out, so don't plan on just dropping in.
This is a very nice state park which in my mind are better than private campgrounds most times. Beautiful grounds and large sites, most with water frontage. Only negative is the road noise from I25.