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This is a first come/first serve campground. On a Thursday, I saw what was probably the last spot, fill up by 4:30PM. The BLM number on the website is great for quick pre recorded info. As of 6/11, the dirt road that treks miles up the mountain is still nowhere near finished. The trail and…
Island view campground site 128 has the best view from campground. This is a no wake lake
Fishing was good. Caught quite a few fish
Showers and bathrooms were very clean and well stocked.
Fires were allowed. Picnic tables and fire rings provided
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This spot is surrounded by beautiful Colorado mountains! The wind was very strong in June, if you use a canopy, try to use some strap tiedowns so your canopy frame does not bend. Very dusty and dry air, but very peaceful!
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.
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 were here in June 2019, and it was completely overgrown and in the middle of a cow pasture. Didn't stay for long, but it was disappointing because it is over an hour from the main road.
Very nice campground. Camp host, Dawn, was very pleasant. No luck fishing but several people around us were catching very nice sized trout.
Vault toilets were well stocked and clean. Trails near b for hiking and biking
Extra dispersed campsites up dirt road from campground entrance
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Staff very helpful. Not much privacy, tent sites kinda wide open. Killer views of the San Luis mountains just past my fingertips.
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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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
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…
We stayed in Blanco CG site 52 for 6 days in a 36’ Class A with a Cherokee Trailhawk tow. The park has gone to great lengths to make the sites level and most looked like they were. Ours was very level and I almost didn’t need to level at all. All of the sites are spacious and quite widely spaced.…
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This campground has everything you need. Trash pick up, firewood delivery pick nick tables and fire rings at every site. There is a well stocked store with ice, propane, firewood etc. We showed up on a Saturday and there was rock painting and $2 ice cream for the kids right next to the playground.…