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This is not my type of camping and it is my first time staying at a KOA. If resort camping is your thing this one is clean, has showers, and pancake breakfast on Saturdays.
We had a great time with our family camping here for a long memorial day weekend. ￼ really friendly staff, clean facilities, and very close to Salida! Was a perfect weekend.
Interesting stop for a night. We just did a day trip here to see the UFO watch tower and alien trinket garden but decided not to camp as it was a super hot afternoon and there's no shade. The campsites are just on a flat dirt lot, there's tables, grills and firepits in each site and porta potties…
We love the place, some people took up a lot of space and blocked areas. Verizon was good 2-3 bars with LTE. Some gnats, had to go up a mile or so, to get a spot...1
Staff very helpful. Not much privacy, tent sites kinda wide open. Killer views of the San Luis mountains just past my fingertips.
We stayed in site 16 overflow tent on Wednesday 6/2, and it was great out there. I'm so glad we didn't go for the regular tent, because the views are all blocked by shrubs!! It was far better to be in overflow in my opinion. We also asked for certain site preferences and they gave us our…
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Really cool place! Beautiful night sky. The owners are very interesting snd friendly people.
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I wasn't expecting to pay a fee, since it's managed by BLM. The fees were humble, though. $11 a night for a single camper. The campgrounds were great. I was able to get in early and pick a good site. Table and fire pit on site. Bathrooms in walking distance, and seemed to be well kept. They do seem…
I wouldn't make a point to come back but wouldn't avoid it. We camped here for proximity to the sand dunes, obviously, which I'm sure is the goal of those of you reading this review.
The road driving up is about 20-30 mins and pretty rough/bumpy. All sorts of cars made it, just know your…
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There was a lot to like here, and a few things I didn’t. The good: Small. Grassy (albeit uncut and loaded with dandelions. Very natural!). Sits on a rushing small river (Cimarron). Fresh pie every day sold in the campground store (it was very good!). Close to BCGNP. The owners own land…
I’m sure there is beautiful camping in the area because it’s gorgeous out here, but after having to camp high up on an extremely rocky trail, I learned 2 lessons:
- Don’t enter at night
- Don’t trust directions via Dyrt + Google Maps
Pretty much tree-less, but picnic tables have shade structures. Windy. Great place to watch sunrise over the great sand dunes and mountains.
The sites are very simple with a fire ring and a table. There is absolutely no shade and you're essentially in a big dirt parking spot. Don't let that put you off though! The area was very clean and although it's right off the highway the camping spots are tucked far enough away to where it's no…
I really liked this spot. It was easy to find and close to the highway.
The road was pretty good but got a bit bumpy as we got closer but still not a problem with our trailer.
I could see a lot of people camping but we just kept driving until we found a nice spot and once we parked, it felt…
Great campground! There was only 1 other campsite occupied on the Tuesday night we were there. I highly recommend taking a hike up to cathedral rock from the campground. This campground had the cleanest pit toilets I have ever seen. The road in is long, all gravel, extremely scenic. You don’t need…
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