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Lake Hasty Campground is well maintained and offers those subtle necessities without the hassle of a huge expense.
We loved staying here, but there were certainly much better camp sites with trees and views. We booked an electric site on the east side of the dam and it was one with a lake view but had zero trees around. We had never been there prior so we know better now which spot we would book. The spots…
Be sure to check the map and terrain to pick your site. Point has no shade, but Lake Hasty has shade and trees. Nice easy walk to the dam. Dumpsters, toilets, water pumps present. Campsite was $18 and park fee was $9.
$20 for campsite plus $9 fee if you don’t hold a Colorado State Park pass, total $29 for no electric or water and pit toilets not near campsites. No shade at the “Pointe”. It’s a dam on the Arkansas River set in the prairie. Buggy. No easy access to the water near campground. Smell of cattle feed…
We camped here in mid May during the week. We were one of only 5 campers in the entire campground. It is dry camping so come prepared. It is also wide open with trees only off in the far distance. If it is windy, which it often is in eastern Colorado, come prepared. During the summer the sun…
Initially made reservations at the point campground. There is NO shade. Cancelled and remade for Lake Hasty campground. Had a good time. Visited in spring, but it was HOT!! Very glad to have had the shade. Lots of owls. Lots of birds to watch. Bathrooms were a bit of a walk, but we were right next…
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I'm not sure what you'd do for more than a day in La Junta, but this was a great overnight spot for us in late September. (Old Bent's Fort is worth the side trip). Not crowded and restrooms were clean. Nice pull through sites, cute older playground, and a pool if you're in season. Late arrival…
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This has been a very good 3/4 of the way stop for us when heading to CO and UT.. we have the same site we had last time.. supper nice people and easy access.. Walmart is next door and there is food close by if your looking for an easy meal..
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Quiet. Secluded. Safe. Beautiful sunsets. Stopped off for an overnight on the way to Great Sand Dunes NP. So glad we found this place. Highly recommend.
Was here for a month while working expensive for a month stay but staff was friendly, try to stay towards the back unless you like hearing a carwash at all hours. Has a small creek that is at the edge of the park was very nice while on nightly walks around park. Spaces are decently sized some have…
Got there late at night. There was a tweaker man with a shotgun who did not seem friendly. Really scared and had to leave
Very nice clean and convenient campground. Sites are well equipped and the prices are very affordable. We’ll stop here again.
Basic Camping beside lake. No facilities but free. Both times I have stopped here it has had open space.
We stayed here twice last Summer on our cross country adventure. Nice shady spots and great bike riding opportunities.