$18 a night unless you have a senior pass, then $9. Gravel pads, most of which are pretty level. Fresh water available throughout. A couple of toilets. No trash bins, no sewer dump. Far enough from highway to not hear the traffic. Firewood for sale at camp host site. Not a lot of maneuvering room to get in spots.
This is small campground with large sites and lot of trees. Each site feel like you are alone in the forest. Sites are reasonbly flat with gravel. We were able to drive in and sleep in our van without leveling. Sites have a picnic table and fire ring. Pit toilets are clean and there are several water spigots. It's a 20 minute drive to Mesa Verde Park and you can take showers there. Best of all AT& cell service is great here. Verizon was ok too. Stop into Manios and have some hard cider or freshly brewed beer. This is a great spot to camp.
Didn't stop there, but name is wrong. Not National park. National Forest Recreation Area.
Small National Forest campground for dry camping. Mostly back in spaces with a few pull thrus. Not far off Rt 160. Beautiful scenery with large pines. We will certainly stay here again on our travels.