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20 RV Parks near Avon, Colorado
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Avon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Avon in the left hand column.
May 2012 - $5.00
This is your basic, six-site campground. Not too clean, but serviceable. Sites are a tight go, even for a 32 foot Class A. Virtually no maintenance, but the pit toilet area was clean. Lots of boaters and fisherman frequent the area. Near the Interstate and Highway 6, so expect lots of traffic noise. Location is beautiful, near the Eagle River. - Red Wolf Deux
Sep 2009 - $10.00
Easy access from I-70. No facilities, three spaces will fit a 40' RV. Right on a trout stream. Fire rings, picnic tables and grills. Some highway noise, but not much at night. 50% off for senior access pass. Near Edwards, Colorado that has a dump station and fresh water right near the exit. Site #6 is the most level for a big rig and at the end of the campground. If there is someone occupying the end spot a big rig could not turn around, and would have to back out. There is an unattended money drop at the campground. - steved44
Jun 2018 - $42.00
We did not read the website info as closely as we should have. This is a ranch that has many amenities for guests including a wine bar, cabins and some food until 3pm. But it has only ten RV sites which they rightly bill as "RV Parking" as the sites have only 30 amp electric. No water or plumbing at the sites - a spigot is in walking distance but not easy for rig access. Spots are interfaced with tent campers. It is set up for keeping people busy and entertained at the ranch but seems new to the whole RV idea. OK for an overnight stay but if water and plumbing are necessary, go elsewhere. We were evacuated due to fire so did not actually stay overnight. People were friendly but would not recommend unless you need to just park for the night. - danettem
Sep 2016 - $20.00
One of my favorite campgrounds, even though there are no hookups. It is extremely scenic, and there is a hiking trail around the lake. Sites are far from each other, and there is no light pollution. This lake and campground are amazing! - OffroadGirl
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Beautiful park, particularly with the Fall colors starting. Lake was very clean and great for fishing, paddleboarding, and kayaking. There's a short trail that goes around the lake that makes for a nice hike as well. The sites near the lake are set up like sardines, but still very nice as there is a large grassy area between the lot and the lake (and you are on the lake!). The sites in the rest of the campground are quite a bit more spacious and private and likely preferable for most. The nicer bathrooms are over in the loop as well whereas the ones near the lake are vault toilets and not all that nice. - Dog hair stuck in the couch
Jun 2016 - $9.00
Sites fill up fast and are kind of close together, but that would not stop me from camping here again. Looks like a great place for a family reunion or picnic too with lots of day use potential. I am not sure if you can reserve a spot here, but if you can, it would be on the recreation.gov site that offers all reservable sites in Colorado and other areas. - Forest Service
Jun 2018 - $22.00
We stayed for two nights at site 15. The hosts keep the campground very clean. Gore Creek was running hard so the white noise was all you could hear except for the chatter of the little black squirrels. - Bosleys Mom
Sep 2015 - $11.00
There is no water, so bring your own. There are a few campsites right by the river, which provided a nice white noise. But you can hear the interstate from the campsites not by the river. Do not take a trailer into the upper loop -- there is no sign warning you not to do so, and there is no room to turn around. - Prof Dan
Aug 2014 - $10.00
Stayed here twice for a week each time this summer while doing business in Vail. Price is with Access Pass; otherwise, $20 a night+ reservation fee. The only show in town for camping. It is about a 10-12 minute drive to the Vail center village. We have a 32 ft RV, and this campground will only accommodate a few rigs that size. Make reservations. It is often full in the summer. At the mouth of a beautiful canyon in the forest, with rushing Gore creek drowning out a lot of the hwy noise from I-70 1/2 mile away. Sites are generally not level, but what else is new. Somehow I was able to get satellite for TV both times I was there, even though there are a lot of trees. Verizon 4G 2-3 bars, data and voice worked fine. USFS restrooms very clean. Nice host, most sites have decent privacy. Pretty A very nice USFS campground. - snowave