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No Fires
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Spruce Lake RV Resort
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Spruce Lake RV Resort is located in Colorado
40.3626 N
-105.5415 W
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4 Reviews of Spruce Lake RV Resort
Nice spot in Estes Park

Super friendly staff, clean, short drive to downtown Estes Park. Spaces are VERY close to each other. Kids loved mini golf and the pool. I appreciated the pull through-site and proximity to activities. If you want to feel “remote,” maybe look at one of the other campgrounds in Rocky Mountain National Park or other sites nearby. This campground is convenient, clean, and well-maintained but very crowded.

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Yup. Great location. Nice fenced area for smaller dogs to keep the grounds clean. Everything else was "shabby chic" but forgivable since it is an RV park and the store + laundromat are a 2 minute walk away.

Be prepared to spend $75 a night during peak summer season. Worth it due to… location!

Lock your vehicle doors at night or you may find them pulled open by hungry bears looking for treats.

RV campground between Estes Park and RMNP

Let me preface this review by stating that is it weren’t for some regrettable encounters with one deplorable staff member(manager) this would have been a 4 star review. More on that later…. 

This campground is ideally located in my opinion, situated between Estes Park and Rocky Mtn NP, right next to a river, short walk to a grocery store (with shuttle to downtown) and alongside a road you can use to bypass the nasty summer traffic, I can’t think of a better place to be. My family and I stayed here for a week in a 34 ft travel trailer. The campground has a pool, hot tub, office with some supplies, full hookups, spacious sites, playground, fishing pond, laundromat, and a modest mini golf course. I was really impressed with the site width(in a busy destination such as Estes Park you would expect to be crammed in). Each site is bordered by log fencing to add to the feel of a large space. Sites are level and graveled. The pool is decently sized and the hot tub is fairly new. Mini golf is fun(clubs and balls and borrowed from the office) but is a little run down. 

So with all this good stuff, what are the cons? Well, the laundry machines are old and expensive. The activities center was never open, even on the 4th of July. No campfires at the sites and the community campfire is uninviting. The wifi is almost non-existent except at the pool/office. The game room is locked and empty. And the manager drives around the campground flying pirate flags and curses out his staff for insufficient reasons, in front of children. When my husband confronted him about this, he huffed off and never apologized, even though he walked by our site frequently. I am told that this is being brought to the attention of the owners, but since no action has been taken as of the time of this post, it is being included in this review. The other staff have been friendly. 

Overall, I would stay here again but would make sure the situation with the manager has been rectified.

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Great Estes camping!

This is a larger campground right in Estes Park! Spacious sites, stocked pond, pet friendly, and great staff!