Have stayed here three times when the In-Laws are in town and always love the quiet spaces with heavy trees.
Although military access is required, this little gem is great for quick getaways from the city that has that out of town feel.
Upon check-in, there are two loops that have access for 30+ Ft RV's and a nice little store for limited items, such as ice. Camp hosts were very friendly and welcoming to any questions.
Several walking trails that start at campground access with beautiful views of the AF Academy. The wildlife is abundant with many black squirrels and a ton of black bears.
Each site is manicured with some pull-thru and back in. Small chat rock is used for each site with large railroad ties marking the parking site for your RV or tent. Water pressure here is really strong so make sure you have a water pressure regulator handy.
There is a new playground that is huge for the kids with a rubber floor in case kids fall. In addition to the park there is tetherballs and open fields for fun ball or frisbee activities.
Bathroom and Showers are kept very clean with plenty of shower stalls.
This little gem was a great surprise! Although, not much around, it was very well maintained and looked like other KOA's. Upon getting in, we were geared by the owner who was extremely friendly. We were escorted to our campsite and the freshly raked gravel was a nice surprise. If you stay make sure to get the patio!
Bruce was extremely helpful when our electric was down and got us back up and running. Most of the amenities are closed because of the Covid 19 situation but enough to get us by.
With the pickup of trash and good delivery, I will definitely be back.
Stayed here in the beginning of March and had an amazing time. The temperature was about 48F Degrees during the day and 20F at night. It was cold, but our 31ft Hybrid camper kept us plenty warm.
Created in 2000, this campsite is in great shape and has a ton of walking trails and community activities to stay fit. Trails are well maintained and manicured. There is a reason this site is always booked full. Each site is really well thought out with a spacious cement pad with water on each side and huge fire ring that has a cooking grate. Currently, there is major construction for cabins, but as of yet they were not finished.
While camping, when you look out you can see all of Colorado Springs and it is really breathtaking to have an "Up in the mountains" feel.
Bathrooms and showers were well maintained and super clean with large bear proof trash receptacles.
Great Dispersed camping site for OHV's. This place gets filled up pretty quickly by Friday with a ton of you haulers. This is primitive but you have the city of Divide just right down the way. Lots of trails for all day riding that are very easy. Had a blast with sites that can fit 5 or 6 40 ft toy haulers. Will definitely be there again.