We stayed here for a few nights while visiting the USAFA. Colorado spring G's is such an adorable town we really enjoyed our stay. We usually default to using KOA campgrounds when it's our first time visiting a place because we know they will always be clean and family friendly. The staff helped us find local restaurant and cool attractions to see. I'm just glad we stayed in our RV because the noise level would be to much to handle in a tent.
The air is so crisp here we stayed at moraine campground in June and it was perfect weather. it was a perfect location, close to all the attractios we wanted to see. The thing that stood out most to us was the amount of wild life that we saw. We felt like we were in Yellowstone but with out the tourist.
This campground was very peaceful and quiet. Only half the sites were occupied when we stayed. We caught some nice sized Bass on the lake which made for a yummy dinner. We stayed here in September and during the fall season the colors on the trees are magical. We found a couple of nice trails to hike that leave directly from the campground.
This Campground was beautiful! This has become one of our favorite campgrounds and we try to stop here at least once a year. I would highly suggest booking a site as soon as possible as campsites fill up very quick. Our last trip we forgot our bundle of firewood but we could pick some up at the front desk. This campground is surrounded by lush trees and beautiful mountains. The Rv sites are very close together but the tent sites feel very secluded. We saw many deer during our stay. I would highly suggest this campground.
This campground was tiny and a little cramped but was very clean and had running showers that was a plus. It was surrounded by trees but they were small which didn't help block the wind. We would stay here again because the staff was very friendly and they had a nice little store and playground.