Situated between the mountains of Summit County and the bustling excitement of Denver. 141 full-service and premium sites available year round are level and paved. Pull-through and back-in sites are both available.
Spotless campground with extremely knowledgeable and friendly staff. Joe and Terry stand out. The laundry room and bathrooms were spotless. They also provided trash pickup daily. My two issues were our site was up against storage center and there was no one keeping the dog leash ordinance.
Bonus: 5 minutes from Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Good site if you want to be close to Denver but still have a short drive to the foothills. There wasn’t a ton of food around besides the bike bar across the street but there were too many bikes with swastikas for us to feel comfortable taking a family there. The live music flowing into the park Friday and Saturday were great though. There are not a lot of sidewalks outside of the park if you want to explore but the green space behind the park was beautiful and had plenty of space to walk or bike.
The campground itself is nice, plenty to do around the campground if you like to climb short trails. If you drive for a couple of miles you can enjoy the town of Golden. Rates are a little steep at $45.00 a night for full hook ups. No water or river to fish in, however Clear Creek Campground in Golden does have that and the setting is nicer. They were closed due to the Covid-19 virus. This place will charge you plenty for an hour late check out $25.00 and they won’t budge.
Friendly staff, easy bookings. Spaces are close together and many force you and your neighbor into the same grass area - doors open towards each other. You will certainly be forced to meet and interact with others. We were somewhat mid-COVID so they did very well to space people apart To be able to maintain distance. WiFi was pretty poor and I had a booster antenna as well. No cable. Everything else was very good - Power, Water, Sewer. A fair amount of road noise and lots of motorcycle road noise on the weekend. Positioned Against a rock ridge and had trails that went for a few miles - maybe more. Easy to get to even more trails and lots of hiking options. Liquor Store and Convenience Store across the street. Gas, Home Depot and a Camping World were within 2 miles. I think this campground would feel very tight when nearly full during non-COVID times.
Clean pool, laundry facilities, daily trash pickup and so many helpers on site! Our first stop at a park, and we loved it! The only downsides are that the campsites are very close and showers could be a bit cleaner.
This campground allows easy access to Denver, Golden, and the foothills. Campers are close together, but there are some mature trees. This campground is nicer than most that provide access to Denver.
The campground has a pool and hot tub. The play set for kids is small. The bathrooms are very clean. The staff is helpful. Walk up the hill to the open space adjacent to the campground for a view of the mountains and the city.
Ok I have never experienced anything like this in my 40 yrs of being in the Business world. We booked up for 6 weeks and paid the deposit of almost $1600. My wife's sister died back in the UK and we had to cancel. We gave them plenty of notice so we know our site has already been used by somebody else, They refuse to refund ANY of the deposit even though they are not losing any money and would not give me a contact name or number to elevate the issue. I would never ever recommend this place to anyone.
We stayed here for one night back in July 2012. We didn't have reservations and needed a place in a pinch. They had plenty of spots. Dakota Ridge RV had a pool and laundry facility so we were set. There was a ridge to climb above the campground with a great view of the entire park. The sites were very neat and the boys had smooth surfaces to scooter around. We ate dinner at a biker bar across the street named Susie’s that had live music. The service and food were great.