I would have given this property 5 stars but they’ve become unfriendly to families. Children under 13 are not allowed in the hot springs.
The camping area is more of a campground than an RV park, in a positive way. Many of the sites are shaded with mature trees. A river runs by the edge of the campground (It can’t be seen from most sites).
Hike or mountain bike right from your campsite. No open flames are permitted but there’s a community campfire by the main lodge.
There’s an amazing restaurant on the property. Yoga is available in the yurt.
This is the park in Santa Fe for big rigs. Friendly and family owned. They create a sense of community for travelers with local performers and dance lessons. Beautiful patio outside of the community building.
This park has sculptures and antique ranch equipment throughout. There’s also a trail around the whole park for waking. Beautiful views from the north and west side of the park.
Restrooms and showers are extremely clean. I wish we could assign 4.5 stars. We would have given this park 5 stars if there were more trees/shade. That’s par for the course however in the high desert.
This is a great place to stay if you want to explore Taos. Much more vegetation than you would expect from a campground close to town. The staff are friendly. The facilities were clean. The park is older but in an charming New Mexico way. They have funky wooden shade structures at some of the sites. We felt safe here. We will definitely stay here again.
This review is for the Angel Fire RV Resort. This is one thing to of the most beautiful RV resorts where we’ve ever stayed. It’s the Four Seasons of RV resorts. It sits at the base of a mountain pass with beautiful views.
The hot tub is clean and also has beautiful views. The bathrooms, showers, and laundry are more beautiful than those found in the average home.
Two “lodge” buildings provide space for activities such as movies for kids and adults. They make it a point to connect campers who want to meet others staying in the park with social evens such as “wake up waffles”.
They have an arrangement that allows campers to use recreational facilities in town such as the pool. Walk around the lake, rent a canoe, kids activities (bungie bouncing, rock climbing).
The pool with 2 large slides is great for kids. The park is next to a river. Large choice of food at the chuck wagon. Friendly staff. The only downside was the highway noise.
This campground is surprisingly beautiful. The snow covered peaks rise in the background of the lake. There are multiple small campgrounds around the lake that make up the State Park. The small campgrounds near the lake are non-electronic. The electric sites are further from the lake but a few of them have lake views. The marina appears to rent kayaks and canoes. The staff in the office were very friendly. The downside is that there are no trees and it can be very windy.
Don’t be put off by the storage units that can be seen by the road. The campground is tucked back to the southwest side of the property in the mature evergreen trees. Friendly staff. The other campers (mix of seasonal and regular visitors) were quiet and welcoming. Close to Eleven Mike State Park. Mild road noise, but it’s further off highway 24 than other campgrounds we noticed in the area.
This KOA is like summer camp for the whole family. It’s not your run of the mill KOA by a highway. The lake is beautiful with a walking path all of the way around and paddle boats. The pool is nice. The miniature golf is pretty with mature trees. Love the crafts during the summer if the weather takes a turn for the worse. The staff are friendly. We’re State Park campers but love this KOA because it keep the kids entertained while we kick back and relax.
This is by far our favorite campground in the Colorado State Park system. It’s great for families because you of the swim beach and marina. The views are spectacular. Don’t miss the homemade fudge.
This campground allows easy access to Denver, Golden, and the foothills. Campers are close together, but there are some mature trees. This campground is nicer than most that provide access to Denver.
The campground has a pool and hot tub. The play set for kids is small. The bathrooms are very clean. The staff is helpful. Walk up the hill to the open space adjacent to the campground for a view of the mountains and the city.