We stayed here for two nights this October. This is an expansive state park with hundreds of sites and awesome facilities. The views to the west looking at the Spanish peaks are awesome. They have hot showers and clean restrooms as well as RV dump station. The sites have electrical hookups and fresh water with hose hookup is available in the campground. The lake is popular for fishing and boating. They have a boat inspection station as the entrance for ballast water. The park is near the highway and close to the Spanish Peaks area and the popular of La Veda, CO.
Nice, clean park. Pretty views, great swim beach. Didn't try the fishing. Nice space between sites BUT site # 7 looked liked the "Amityville Horror", being infested by biting flies. Would come back except for the almost 3 hour drive might be a deal breaker.
Very windy! At times and also a-little road noise from the near motorcade.
Mountains in the distant background, beautiful lake a short drive away. Campground has very little shade, but the view more than makes up for it. The campsites aren't too close to each other, so there's plenty of space to feel like you're by yourself. Definitely recommend!!
A little close together and close to the highway. Expect some traffic noise throughout the night. Large park with fishing, hiking and more. Picnic tables (some with shelters), fire rings and vault toilets available thoughout the tent camping site, rv hookups and playground also available.
Main building offers nice amenities including small museum exhibits about the local area and ample information on the area as well. Sites are nice though fairly close together. Cost $25/night for a tent site.