We just left campsite 531 at Kettle Creek Loop! Our 3 kids loved playing around the little inlet of water and the playground was not too far! Very clean vault toilets close to that campsite and a bigger bathroom by the playground with showers! It’s a rocky tent pad so bring a footprint and sleeping pads. Shade provided over picnic table blocking the evening sun- it’s pretty sunny in the am but nice! It was HOT while we were there but it cooled off at night. Bring a shade tent! We will Be back!
We pulled in without a reservation, no problem. We were visiting a friend in Pueblo and this place was close by. (Downtown Pueblo has a really nice riverwalk. Found a free museum that honored Medal of Honor recipients.) When you go in to the campground, the visitor center is there. Helpful staff. The RV side of the campground is to the left. That was pretty full. The tent side was to the right further down a paved road to the right. This section was closer to the lake, very few people and quiet. Might have been the time of year. Each site had a fire ring, a shelter and a paved place to park. Easy for us as well to use the dump site in the RV section. We didn't use it but looked like there were some walking/biking trails close by. Seemed reasonable for $25. It was a nice find. Very clean.
We go every summer when it’s hot. we fish off our boat in the early morning, then we swim and enjoy the refreshing water in the heat of the day!
Nice spots with elbow room, few trees, but great views of the lake.
We were staying at this campground because there was whitewater rafting in Canon City about 30 miles away.
Nice spots with fishing, biking, and boating. The camp host John and his wife are incredibly friendly and helpful! Clean facilities and park.
Really nice campground if you need a quick place to stay on the road, awesome views and nice facilities!
We came to go mountain biking and fishing, did both.
This is a great park for fishing, hiking, biking, and swimming. Oh wait, even boating. The only negative I have to say is that some of the park camp hosts are very ignorant and can turn a beautiful camping experience into a nightmare. However, there are a few pleasant camp hosts and I/we appreciate their professional and caring attitudes. Nice place to take children of all ages.
I have camped and gone boating in Pueblo many times. A quick trip down from Colorado Springs and you're out on the water enjoying some fishing or water skiing. Bonus in the summer is how warm it is in Pueblo so it's ver refreshing to hop into the reservoir to cool down. Always a great time!