This campground is part of State Forest State Park but used to be a KOA. As we understood (from talking with the park rangers), the State Park bought the rundown KOA and is doing repairs as they can. The campground is on Park Property.
The good: The scenery is unbelievable, truly exactly how Colorado is portrayed in movies and dreams. You will probably see wildlife-deer and moose are common. The fishing in the park is awesome. The sites are well spaced a very level. You have privacy and lots of room to roam.
The bad: The bathrooms/showers were rundown from the leftovers of the KOA. The State Park is a haul to get to. There are no real towns of any significance nearby. Be prepared to come into this park and stay here for the weekend!
No hookups but the views are worth it!
Word to the wise-we were there in late June and we saw about 6 inches of snow overnight. It was cold!