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1 RV Park near Akron, Colorado
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Akron. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Akron in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $25.00
Price is now $25, per nite. 17 Sites, 2 sites 50 amp. Common Dump Site. 5 Rv/campers long term. Best thing city park next to it. Good for 1 maybe 2 night stay. Must goto the City Municipal office to pay, .6 miles away, nice walk thru down. - Gatorcq
Aug 2019 - $25.00
The FREE ride is over. As of July 2019 there is no longer a free night, it is now $25.00 per night, payable at City Hall - credit card use requires a 2% fee. So if you're towing, you will have to unhook to go to City Hall to pay for your space or maybe pay with credit card over the phone. City Hall phone number is posted at park. Site was level, good water pressure. Nice park next door as well as across the road. Park was almost full when I was there, don't know if there was a event of some kind. A few appeared to be long term campers. Sites are end to end, some water and electric and a few electric only. - Critter
Jun 2019 - $1.00
The price for an overnight can't be beat here! Free the first night, and $20 the second night. The layout of the park is odd - almost like a long thin island full of hookups. We weren't sure whether we were supposed to back up to the island, or pull alongside it. We stayed at a site closest to the entry, but I believe it was the last numbered site. The number of sites available is dependent on how everyone decides to park. We had electric only, but some sites had water spigots. No management on site, simply pull in and camp. Several full-time looking rigs. Located right next to a lovely swimming pool, which you can use with a small entry fee. I got a weird vibe from the campground - seemed to be lots of police cruising around. Quiet at night. For a free overnight it can't be beat, but I wouldn't have stayed any longer. Dusty from dirt and gravel road. - jenshick