Cute campground, we camped back by the little lake. It was quiet as there were few campers at the time. The train was expected, so it didn’t bother me to much. The site we were assigned did not have a fire pit in the site, it was up the road by another camp site. Because of that we did not have a fire. Kind of awkward to leave camp to have a fire. The camp was clean and about what I expected. The bathrooms were no anywhere near that side of the campground either.
If you’re looking to get into the wilderness and away from civilization for awhile, this place is not for you. If you want a place close to the highway and easy access to the beautiful attractions of Colorado Springs and/or Denver, then this is a great place. It’s noisy at night because of the trains and highway but my kids LOVED the activities they offered like the pancake breakfast, pool, hayride, Yogi Bear, and a kid “escape room”. A different kind of camping than we’re used to, but it was a great spot for our first trip with the pop up camper.
This place is great for little kids. From flag raising in the morning to hay rides, all day activities to the camp fire story times there is something for every kids to keep busy. The staff is amazing and friendly every time.
This park is on the freeway. There is also no fence between the park and the frequently used railroad tracks. There is no jump pillow, yet it's promoted. The playground has crime scene tape around it, maybe because it's leaning forward. They have 2 inflatables filled with nasty water. Not much room to ride bikes, only near the entrance of the park because the park is on the side of a mountain. The pool is pretty small. We only saw 1 character drive around even though promoted nightly. Definitely will not return. Very disappointed.
ThIs place Is really geared towards kids. Expensive, Dusty and uneven sites. It’s very hilly so if you want to get around to explore, make sure you rent a golf cart. Also, the train comes by often. Good dump station.