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For people who are first timers I think this park will be a great way to start. It has flushable toilets, showers and even laundry. If you forget the buns or the ketchup you can drive 10 minutes to the closest store(Walmart) or even closer the gas station. I’m not a beginner but we took some friends there for their first time and they forgot a bunch of stuff but we lived around the corner so they drove home to get what they needed. It’s kind of secluded by the trees. They have separate areas for RVs and tent camping. If you like primitive camping, quiet and don’t like to see a lot of people, then this park is not for you. I will totally recommend it for beginners or people who like their commodities and for those who can’t go a day without taking showers 😁
Lovely campground! Beautiful pine forest, morning sun, nice sunsets, clean campground with great facilities(including laundry, clean large shower house, electric hookups, and a dump station). Good hikes right near campground and tons of hikes in the state park. The trailhead for the gorgeous Raccoon Trail loop is just feet from our campsite. We stayed at site 6 loop A for one night in early October. Wish we were staying longer! We will return someday!
Be careful where you hike around this campground. There is an active mine above this campground. New fencing & signs will be put up this summer! Trespassers WILL be prosecuted! The campground is small most of the land around it is private property!
This place is one of my favorites. The campsites are very well taken care of. Camp host is nearby and helpful if you have any questions or concerns. Perfect location for paddle boarding, kayaks and fishing. Sites range from tent camping, Trailer, on-site Tee Pee's, cabins to glamping. They generally have resident moose that love to hang out in and around the property. Well kept playground for your Littles as well as complimentary canoes that can be used on their on-site pond. The owners are awesome and super friendly.
Sites are very hard to get your unit level. Very high price for no hookups. Close to Estes Park.
The best campground by far. Horses within the ranch roam free and will come right up to you. Could do with another set of bathrooms, only one is all the way up front. If you are in the back, it is like a half-mile walk every time you need to go. However, I wouldn’t call this a deal breaker in any way.
Shlep your shtuff .5 miles from the lot to the tent pads. Pack it and pack it out. You must get your permit from the Jeffco open space office so look it up on their website. Reynolds park has many nice trails.
Damaged by the East Troublesome fire in 2020. At least one restroom destroyed. I doubt it will open in 2021. But I hope so.