Reviews for The Great Divide Campground

| Fun place

By user-5300105... on 2017-10-23.

Clean & well organized place. staff is very helpful and will Jump for you. We stayed here in a 25 foot travel trailer and had no problems with the hills. The over all layout of the campground is really fun, great place to walk around and meet people. We will be back.

| Not big rig friendly

By user-4799236... on 2017-10-23.

Don't plan on taking a big 5th wheel or big travel trailer. Lots of hills an small road ways. Lot more tent sites than rv sites. Nice pool an camp store friendly staff. They do offer ice and fire wood delivery to sites. Play ground was very close to the road even know it was a "back" road still too close to road for us to feel safe wile kids we're playing

| Good time

By user-4962974... on 2017-10-23.

Very Friendly staff, we did it in a 5th wheel 39ft toyhauler it's hilly sites aren't really level kids liked the activities very big pool with diving board hope it's hot out water is chilly for sure

| Had a Great Time

By user-5905286... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-09-14 to 2018-09-16

We enjoyed our stay at site G23 9/14 to 9/17 in a 28' 5th wheel. Your staff was very pleasant and helpful, the overall grounds were well kept. Activities were the most we have seen for any campground, including the Saturday night musical guest Uncle Ebenezer was well enjoyed. Few Notes: * The angle of the Sewer pipe on G23 was not the normal vertical position of any of the other sites, which I worried about when it came time to drain my tanks, but it worked with a little extra attention to make sure nothing went wrong. * When leaving and going over the crest of the hill the angle of the 5th wheel almost came in contact with the side rail of the truck, about 1/2" to spare. I would suggest 5th wheels to stay to the left cresting to the hill when leaving to reduce the angle and reduce potential damage. * Make sure you are on the top of the site pad, some pads have low shoulders