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20 RV Parks near Bailey, Colorado
Jun 2007 - $13.00
Beautiful campground with lots of hiking trails. No reservations are available. There are vault toilets, fire rings, and tables. There is no water. - New Texas Camper
Aug 2007 - $13.00
This is a simpler campground with reasonable rates. We enjoyed the secluded location. The host was very friendly and accommodating. - David Hir.
May 2007 - $13.00
Beautiful camp area, sites are not too close together. Facilities include tables, vault toilet and fire rings there is no water. There are a lot of hiking trails right through the campground. No reservations are available. - New Texas Camper
Mar 2017 - $39.00
I don't have dogs or kids. The park is very well groomed, and 6 or 7 sites are nice with some grass. Creek is very nice with trout, but no fishing allowed. No tables or chairs to enjoy the creek. Most sites are on gravel and very close together. I agree with 90% of other reviews. Most owners or hosts are nice and friendly. This one is too, however only when taking your MONEY! Cash only!!!! - danalboone
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Private residence with spaces set up around their home.
The site was located by a beautiful little stream.
Very inconvenient dog walk area. - Pungogirl
Aug 2013 - $39.00
The stream campsites are in the owner's front yard. The "Rule Sheet" you get is a page long filled with more don'ts than do's. Parking and turning around are difficult. We were told they only took credit cards, but upon arrival we had to pay cash. Unfriendly staff. - arobic76
Jul 2012 - $15.00
Lodgepole is one of 3 camp grounds in the Jefferson Lake Recreation Area. There are no hookups. This campground is very popular on the weekends. Reservations are essential for Friday & Saturday night. There is a 3 mile gravel road leading to the campground. It can be a little rough but good news for 2012 campers: the road was just graded. Most sites are shaded and large. There are vault toilets which are kept very clean. There are no showers, but showers are available in Fairplay near the Sinclair station. There is no dump station but you can dump at the Western Inn and RV Park in Fairplay. Fishing, hiking, and birdwatching are the main activities. There is Colorado Trail access next to Site #10. It is short easy hike on the Colorado Trail up the Jefferson Lake Campground. Don't miss the South Park City Museum in Fairplay. It is a real gem. Allow at least one and half hours to see it. Your dog may accompany you through out the exhibit. Senior citizens with Golden Age passport can camp for $7.50 a night. There is a host. - NT2013
Jul 2011 - $15.00
This review is of Lodgepole campground in the Jefferson Creek Recreation Area 3.5 mile from the small town of Jefferson. There is another NFS campground by the same name near Gunnison so don't get confused. Lodgepole is one of three campgrounds at at Jefferson Creek Rec Area. The other 2 are Aspen with 12 sites and Jefferson Creek with 17 sites. The are all very nice. I picked Lodgepole because it was larger and more private than the two IMO. My camp site didn't look like much from the road but when I walked back for about 200 feet I found my all time favorite tent site. Beautiful and very private! There are no hookups. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table. All are shaded. And there is good spacing between most sites. There are no showers. Toilets are vault but are very clean. And there are plenty of them. The host was friendly and helpful. The 3 campgrounds fill up every weekend so you will need reservations. During the week you can probably get in with a RV under 35 feet or a tent. The 3.5 mile gravel road was very wash boarded. Hopefully it will be graded by next season. The section of the road up to Jefferson Lake is paved. despite what some guidebooks say none of the campgrounds are near the lake. The lake is about 500 feet above the campgrounds. Fishing and hiking are the main activities. Besides the lake there are beaver ponds and a fast running creek for fishing. Colorado Trail runs thru the recreation area. Trail head parking was not very convenient. For day hikes you can park in the picnic area. I plan to return next season with my trailer. - NT2013
Jun 2014 - $25.00
Stayed here one night on our way to Utah. Upon arrival I was a bit skeptical. It's a few rv spots Water/ elec (our site only had 110 elec 20 amp). But it turned out to be a great place to stay to visit the town and enjoy the hot springs pool. We got a couple dollars off our pool pass for camping there. Was very cool at night, so no need for a/c. Come with the right expectations and you will enjoy. Would stay again if passing by. - TNfamily
Jun 2014 - $30.00
There is not much to the camping. It's kind of like a dirt/ gravel parking lot. Only 20 amp. But the hot springs were great, and the town is a nice place to stay for a day or 2. Good location with easy access. - TNfamily
May 2013 - $27.00
This is a fairly clean park. I say fairly clean because of a few irresponsible dog owners. It's close to I-70, so there's lots of traffic noise. Sites are dirt or gravel, not level. Each site has electric (20 amps only) and water (only during summer). There's one dump. The dump's sewer connection is surrounded by metal rods, making use of a right angle sewer hose termination impossible. Staff are friendly and helpful. Verizon 3G data service download speed (kB/s): max 119, usually much slower. The restrooms are a few steps down from ground level; the floors were flooded. - wjzcbn
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This being the first "RV" Park in the US of A it is not a resort. It is what it says, a camp ground. That being said we love coming here. It is shady, cool, quiet, and laid back. A short walk up the trail and it is an awesome view with great sunsets! There was just enough room for out 37' RV and our towed. The site was undeveloped enough that the computer wouldn't let us try to level until we drove on some blocks....... then all was well....... but it was a long step to the ground. We will be back again! - k-n-r
Jul 2018 - $33.00
This park is listed as "Big Rig access" which we found is NOT TRUE if you are over 32' long. We had trouble making a turn to get out and rubbed a tree after sliding on loose gravel. Park is heavily wooded with sufficient space between sites, both nice features, but we only saw 2 or 3 truly level sites. The remainder were badly sloped requiring blocks or planks. Our front tires were on 4 layers of blocks and barely touching once we put our jacks down and we still were not level. Some loose gravel and a lot of dusty dirt until it rained, then everything was dirty. The lady in the office was nice to deal with and very helpful. The gentleman there not so much. First time in 7 years of RVing we had to pay ($23) to dump in addition to the nightly fee. Showers are coin operated. Will never return. - GrandpaDan
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Staff rude and uncaring. Reservations here mean nothing, as they will give the site you reserve to someone else, and you get what they want you to have. Utilities in a state of disrepair and there is no sewer. Additionally, they charge $23 for you to dump your tanks. Grass was 2-3 feet tall. Trash and dog poop everywhere. Crowded and noisy. Low hanging trees. This place is awful and should be avoided at all cost!!!! - Creagin