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26 RV Parks near Fraser, Colorado
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fraser. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fraser in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $46.00
I stayed at this park with my family. We are YMCA members (not of the YMCA of the Rockies) which does provide a $5 discount per night on the sites. The YMCA of the Rockies offers a mind-boggling array of activities for kids and adults alike. If you are staying at this campground, you get a wristband which allows for access to all the activities. Some are free, some have a nominal cost,and many are in walking distance. Our kids, for example, went to daycamp while we were there. The campground itself has some really unique aspects. It's quite the wildlife preserve, with many hand-painted birdhouses in the campground, as well as hundreds of hummingbirds which enjoy the nectar put out by the staff. There are several propane grills and picnic areas available for guests as well. In the entire complex, there are many staff members, and there are enough camp hosts that they can get their cleanup/typical camp host work done and still have time for painting birdhouses and watering flowers. There is a playground easily accessible from the CG. Laundry is available in the Snow Mountain village. Hot water was spotty in showers in CG. The campground itself is dusty, and a typical post-pine beetle Colorado landscape. The roads are easily navigable for big rigs. The sites have a wide variety of lengths and quality. Also, there are a mix of FHU, W/E, and E only campsites. Some sites seemed to be very unlevel, but not all. We were in Site 34. Sites 32-42 (even numbered) have the best views. Would strongly recommend this park for families. - Milesdowntheroad
Jun 2017 - $40.00
I love the gorgeous views of the mountains and all the activities available. If you have kids they will love this place. My kids are grown and we still have fun here. The had a magic carpet ride that we enjoyed. We brought bikes to ride around too. We were in Hopi Loop with electric only. You pay an additional $2.40 a night if you are not a YMCA member. It is worth it. - themayerfam
May 2010 - $27.00
Actually a very nice campground. Our pull-through spot was fairly level. Would have been more privacy and shade but most trees were cut down because of the pine beetle. Lots of activities for our children. The staff were friendly and the place had a pretty nice gift shop. Fraser, Granby, and Grand Lake were within a short drive. We would probably stay here again. - seven_campers
Aug 2019 - $81.00
The park is GOING to be beautiful. I think they opened a bit too soon. They opened July 1, we were here August 14th thru the 19th. No internet for the first 3 days, then sketchy for 2, then no internet the rest of the time! Absolutely NO TV whatsoever!!
Construction was ongoing. I think they were offering free golf carts: we had no need for one! A discounted rate would have been nice!! They called us 2 days before our arrival to make sure we were coming. Could have told us about the lack of amenities.
Call before booking and ask about the amenities! - MaryBourg
May 2011 - $28.00
We had a very nice experience when we camped over Memorial Day weekend. All of the campground attendants were very pleasant and helpful. We will definitely return to this campground at some point. - Becky Muncy
Jun 2010 - $17.00
Gorgeous with woods and lakefront. Beautiful views, lovely area. No showers, pit toilets. Near Grand Lake. Huge sites with tent pads and level parking for rig. - narniadweller
May 2006 - $17.00
Beautiful campground, nice shady sites on a lovely alpine lake. It is urrounded by snow capped mountains, what a wonderful place to stay. Sites were gravel, all back in type, mostly level. Nice picnic tables and fire grates. Exceptionally well maintained. This is a rustic campground, probably not suitable for large rigs. Vault toilets. No hookups are available here, this place is for the nature lovers. It's right on the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park. Nice, friendly campground hosts. I can't wait to go back! - julievojo
Jun 2010 - $17.00
Willow Creek Campground is part of the Arapaho National Recrecreation Area. There are 3 other public campgrounds in the area but this is the only one that still has trees since the pine beetle infestation. It is a great little park to get away from it all. The sites are really nice and private. Many are on the lake. This park is for real campers. The KOA crowd would hate this place. The road in is 3 miles of gravel. There is a one lane bridge which would require anyone hauling a trailer to turn right, turn around--there is a handy turn around-- and then cross the bridge straight on. There are vault toilets and no showers. Water is available. It is a very pretty little spot. I camped here in a tent but I am planning to bring my travel trailer nest time. - NT2013
Jul 2018 - $19.00
This campground has two loops, and we didn't see any sites that were level. They ranged from sites on slopes to sites with so much eroded on edges and down the middle that it would be nearly impossible to get your RV level. Our front tires were all the way up in the air but it still wasn't enough. The trees are a bit sparse, but not too bad. You can easily walk through the middle of the loops if you need to. The worst of it is the noise. This campground is very close to a popular 4x4 area, and the dirt bikes and ATVs are constant. There are signs that say they can't go through the loops, but it doesn't really help. It seems like most of them took a wrong turn and ended up in the campground instead of heading back to town. Even though the campground wasn't the best, we still had a good time. It's an easy way to get to the mountains without having to drive too far from Denver. - OffroadGirl