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13 RV Parks near Greeley, Colorado
May 2009 - $20.00
This is a small RV park (about the size of a backyard) at 917 31st Ave in Greeley. There is no sign, but it's down a driveway behind an auto repair shop and apartment at this address. Water pressure is quite low, so had to hand fill the water tanks and use the internal pump. Of all the campgrounds I have stayed at this had the filthiest rest room (there is one coed rest room- when checking in was told to knock before using restroom) Owner only comes down on weekends, but you can mail a check or pay on the weekend. Although absentee management you are given a business card in case of problems or questions, and he is quick to return calls. I learned to leave my screen door shut, otherwise one of the many friendly cats in the RV park will invite itself in your RV! - Traveling man
Aug 2018 - $36.00
We have stopped at this campground several times over the past 10 years to visit family in the area. Nothing has changed. The worn out laundry equipment, the broken down exercise equipment, even the worn out carpet in the office and pale green paint on the bathroom walls is still the same. The electric was spotty at times failing on several occasions during hot week we were there. Huge potholes that become mud holes at one end of the campground. Our neighbor complained of the pothole at his site and someone came by and threw a few shovel fulls of gravel down. The campground is mostly full of oil field workers who are generally quiet and leave early in the morning but their work vehicles and oversize pickup can make navigating some of the interior roads taxing. This is an old KOA campground that shows little evidence of improvement. If not for the workers it would be mostly empty because there is little to recommend it. Oh yes, during our day the stockyard stench was present nearly every day. - longgone
Nov 2017 - $17.00
Didn't know if you paid monthly there is no refund if your stay is cut short. Didn't see rules till after you paid. Work truck broke down so he brought it home and traded out trucks and was driving his personal truck there while at work, and they accused husband of having aftermarket stuff done to his personal truck he had to use which was false it is all stock but they would not listen and were very rude about it. Space is horrible sites are so close together, not kid friendly. People are rude. So glad to be out of there and will never go back. Worst RV park we have ever been to! - Abeyta
Sep 2017 - $26.00
Have stayed here before, so was not surprised. Nice park with level spots. As I only needed electricity and water, didn't opt for full hook ups. Did not watch television, so have no idea what the service is like. Staff was friendly and had no problems checking in. Was not asked age of rig. Good directions to site. I would stay here again when I am in the area. Price is very good. - redlou48
Jul 2016 - $38.00
So sorry about this place. We stayed here many years ago and it was nice. Now mostly long term people with permanent things added to their sites. No one seems to pick up after their dogs. Parking was very crowded...had to unhook to even go to site. Office staff was very friendly. - travel2011
Jan 2016 - $18.00
The park has power issues (very low voltage on one leg) which prevented the use of standard RV Surge protectors and low water pressure making showers a bit of a challenge.
RV Spaces are *very* tight. I had a family of HEAVY smokers next door that churned out more smoke than a Semi-Truck. With the trailers packed so close you get all the odors from your neighbor. Naturally they felt no reason to accomodate any nonsmoker requests. Had to resort to a filter mask. Due to tempuratures I was not able to use fans to clear out the RV air.
I was planning to stay through March, but ended up leaving after the first month. - WillD
May 2015 - $32.00
We stayed in space where we had more room between our units as ours was older unit. Newer units with slides and awnings will find it more challenging. Laundry facilities are taxing the drain system and overflow the drains, yet no warning signs are placed out. When office closes, not always as hours posted, no one will answer telephone until voicemail is listened to the following day, unless Sunday. Read all park posted signs pertaining to video taping and supposed rules, it may make your stay "easier?".
Sites are "graveled" still have drainage issues. - Traveler25
May 2017 - $16.00
Cons-In need of a facelift Old & unmaintained. No place for dogs, defunct mini golf course (if you want to call it that) no wifi, no cable or internet hook ups, no place for parking, majority permanent residents Pros- Great cell reception, cheap, shopping nearby, friendly residents. - Lostnsummr
Jun 2012 - $19.00
Friendly owners which are very laid back. This is not your normal run RV Park. But I will stay here when ever we are in the area. Park could be greatly improved by making the permanent residents clean up around their sites. The Park has great access to the surrounding area. - From the Kites
Jan 2012 - $25.00
This is more like a trailer park the a campground. This place is more then half full of permanent trailers.It is looking run down and old. The whole place needs a face lift. There are nice people living there but a lot of junk laying around. - dozerdog
Oct 2018 - $51.00
Made reservations for 9 nights a month in advance. Asked for a premium site as we have a 40 ft 5th wheel and another small car and was told no problem. Paid $470 total. We were crammed into a very small space not even room for picnic table between us and other trailer. Also had to park our truck in visitor parking as site was too short to park it there. When we complained they said that was all they had. There was several larger empty spaces in the park. - KellyT
Oct 2018 - $51.00
We called 1 hour before closing to see if they had a spot for the next day. They were opened when we arrived and indeed had a spot for the next day for 1 week that we could have. Since it was close to closing time, the computers were already shut down. We were assured it would be there for us the next day. I called as soon as the office was open the next morning. The lady told us that a note was left that we would be arriving the next morning. She took a deposit until we arrived and the balance was paid on arrival. Not only were the staff very polite and had worked things around so we could have 2 weeks in the same spot. Office staff was excellent and the man that guided us to our spot was fantastic. We have found this resort to be very clean and upgraded. Haven't used the bathrooms but everything else is nice and clean. Where else can you put your trash (in garbage bag) near the road in front of your site to be picked up all day??? That rates a 10 in my book. Will try our best to stay here next year for a month. - Bonnie Grafton
Aug 2018 - $51.00
The lady in the office was wonderfully nice. The place was very clean and has a fenced in dog park. The wifi was very good and there are a lot of trees. But... the spaces are VERY close together. My neighbor had a crying baby inside that I could hear in my motorhome over my AC and TV. That is how close they are. My spot had absolutely zero water pressure, the water trickled out of the shower and the kitchen I could not even rinse out a glass of water. Might stay here again for one night in a pinch. - DogFriendlyGuy
Oct 2018 - $24.00
I stay here at least once a year, usually in the fall, and it's usually my last trip of the year before winterizing. I try to always stay in site 58 at the end of Loop B, what I feel is the best site. I always have a fantastic time and I hate to leave. The sites are pull-throughs with electric hookups only. There is a lot of room, and most sites have a tree or two. Because you don't need to worry about water or sewer, if you stay here with a friend you can both face each other if you're next to each other, making a common area that is really nice. There are some good views of the lake here and there, but you usually have to walk down to it to see the whole thing. There is a nice, cement path that goes along most of it, and you can use it to walk into town or to the swim beach. Be sure to walk out to the hunting areas to get out into nature a bit. The dump station can be busy on Sundays, so prepare for a wait. There are water spigots in a lot of places, so there is usually not a line for those. The picnic tables and fire rings are in good shape, but the pavement can be a bit rough. Sites are level, though. Bathrooms are in great shape, and the showers are nice. There is playground equipment, but note that the equipment at Loop C can be squeaky and loud if kids are on the swings. This is a great place for winterizing. If you run out of time to do it at your campsite, just go to the huge parking lots near the marina (if it is closed then the parking lots will be pretty empty). Everyone here is really nice, and no one seems to mind. The marina isn't big, and neither is the visitor center. There is no store or restaurant, but there is a gas station nearby outside the park. This place is awesome! - OffroadGirl
Oct 2018 - $30.00
This place has NO SOAP IN THE RESTROOMS. Like EVER. They just don't stock it, and there are no dispensers. You have to remember to bring hand soap each time or else you can't clean yourself. There's no sewer, only a dump station, and you have to share the water because there are only spigots intermittently throughout the park. You also have to hit the change machine and insert quarters in order to take a shower. It's a pretty setting, though rather brown and empty in fall. AT&T cell service was not good, and functioned somewhat intermittently and quite slowly despite the fact that signal was available. The additional fee to park your car is annoying, as is the fact that if you buy an annual pass, it's only valid if you physically, permanently attach a big sticker to your windshield. I added $5 per day to the cost above, as we stayed 14 days and bought an annual pass for park vehicle entry for $70. It's not too far from Loveland or Fort Collins, but it's not particularly close either. We stayed here more as a last resort because all of the other parks were full, even in October. Book early near Denver! - Anthony D
May 2018 - $24.00
Stayed hear while visiting relatives nearby. Things to remember is the price of camping does not cover the cost of the $8 daily entry rate. Also, the check in was extremely slow as the office at the park also registers boats- an extremely slow process. Although there is no sewer hook up, there are bathrooms and showers. The showers require quarters and I think it was $1 to get the shower started. All of the sites are pull through but area not big enough to leave the tow vehicle attached. - Cavtrooper
Oct 2018 - $28.00
Access to the park was good as was the signage. Check in was quick and pleasant. This is a reservation only park but we had not make a reservation. The young lady made everything work for us and we did not pay a reservation fee. We did pay a $7.00 entry fee. Parameter roads had a few potholes but none were that bad. Our site, Bald Eagle Point 52 was a level concrete pad with a covered table, fire pit, power, water and sewer all very well placed. The only drawback was the constant noise from the freeway. There are no restaurants or services within walking distance. We pair $35.00 including the entrance fee and feel we received good value. We would return if in the area. - Rollin Ollens
Oct 2018 - $37.00
I would have given this park a "10" except that it is located next to I-25 so you are never free of the highway sounds, otherwise it's a great place to stay for a night or a week. Campground was amazingly clean as were the facilities. It is located next to the St. Vrain river and wetlands so there it's something of a bird watching mecca. Also there are plenty of nature and hiking trials as well as fishing opportunities. As for the campsites there are 87 total about half are electric only and the other half are full hookup. Each site comes with a level concrete pad, picnic table and fire ring. - longgone
Sep 2018 - $35.00
This is a lovely state park RV CG, located near freeway and very convenient to Longmont area. Sites are pull-thru in loops adjacent to the graveled interior road, sites are graveled, very spacious, and surrounded by grass. Sites have picnic tables with a wind shield. Reservations require registration with state park service reservation system, but once done, easy to make reservations. This appears to be a very popular destination for locals on weekends, so reservations required far in advance for weekends, but not so much during the week. Park staff very friendly & helpful. - JerryD
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This may be a very nice park in the future, but it is in the developmental stage! We had called 45 days previously for reservations. As we were getting close, we called around 11:45 AM to see if anyone would be in the "office" during the lunch hour. No answer; left message and telephone number. Arrived around 1 pm and had reservations for two nights (made on June 24); no one there (only "office" was an RV with flat tires) so we called campground number again and left another message. Additionally, there were four other names and numbers on a big board in front of RV so we called all of them and left messages. One gentleman called me back and said they were out of town and a lady was on duty. Left another message for her and explained what the gentleman said to me.
We saw an empty spot (only one) so assumed it was ours and set up. (It was the only empty spot) No one came back that night and no one called. No one called on Monday. Around 6:25 pm a woman showed up at our RV site, presumably the lady I called. Apparently, they had no record of our calling and making a reservation, and she said she did not get any voice mail messages either. Thankfully, no one needed our spot Monday evening so we paid $35/night (very pricey for this new park without laundry facilities or office). FYI, all but one site are for long-term campers. That one site was full for a week (we had already talked with them to see what they knew about checking in). Hopefully, they will have short-term camp sites sometime in the future.
It is VERY close to railroad tracks and they are VERY ACTIVE day and night. Long-term campers are workers and start their diesel engines early; i.e., 5:30 am.
On the plus side for this RV Park, these are large, long RV sites; mostly pull thru sites; fairly good WIFI and cell service; no problem with satellites since no trees.
If you are looking for a short term stay, look elsewhere. We would not stay here again. - vmi1962
May 2015 - $20.00
Price reflects monthly rate. This is a very new camp ground and is still under construction. It is off to a good start with well laid out parking on crushed asphalt (I think it will be paved in the future). Sites are long & pretty level. Parking is back side to back side near your neighbor with hook ups between for both of you, while your front door side has plenty of space for a table. It appears the owners are working on the spaces in between to provide tables, but there weren't tables during our stay. No bathroom / shower house right now, but there are some portapotties. It is near a busy train track but the trains rarely blow their horns. It's mostly just the rumble you'll hear, which some folks may like. Overall, this place has good potential; and is an affordable place to stay while exploring the Denver area. My rating is based on it being a good place to park if you are self contained and don't expect 'resort' entertainments. - Rambling Registrar
Apr 2015 - $29.00
This is an ongoing project, so during our time of stay it was just a field with a bunch of RV spaces. The owners are super friendly, they went above and beyond to make sure we were happy. The water hook-ups are top-notch and each site has both a 30 & 50 hook-up. There was no cable, but they offered free wifi and our antenna picked up over 30 local channels. They are constantly working to improve the place. The ''yards'' are huge! The way they have this place designed is genius. Each camper is back-to-back giving each lot a giant yard. There is a train track pretty close, BUT to our surprise it didn't bother us a bit. They don't blow a horn right by the park, and most of the time we never knew they were passing unless we were outside. They don't have any facilities, but like I said- they are just getting this place up and running so I'm sure in the future they'll have a lot more amenities. We were in the area for work and it was next to impossible trying to find an open lot in nearby cities. We stumbled across this little gem and we're glad we did! The town of Keenesburg is pretty small, but they have pretty much whatever you need (a little grocery store, dollar store, laundromat, auto parts, a few restaurants, ect.) If we have to go back to this region for work, we will definitely be giving the manager a call to reserve us a space! They have weekly rates as well as extended stay (monthly). Bottom line, these guys are good people.
Denver is about 30-40 minutes away
Nearest city is Brighton, 18 miles (Walmart, Lowes, ect) - MeganC
Aug 2016 - $22.00
This little campground is trying to rebuild. It still needs a lot of work but the management is making progress. All utilities worked as they should. I would say it is still run down but it's a campground with a heart!! The staff and full timers I met were very friendly. I stayed here for a week while visiting family in the area. I would stay here again when I return. - MovinOnDownTheRoad
May 2009 - $20.00
Oh my goodness, "rundown" is an understatement. I didn't use the restrooms because I was afraid of what might be growing in there. The train noise was deafening. I didn't sleep all night. I couldn't wait to get out of there. I would never come back. The one bright spot was the restaurant. The Pepperpod Restaurant was wonderful!! Good food. - lancecamper2
Oct 2007 - $27.00
The campground is located immediately off Interstate , so there is some highway noise and is behind the Pepper Pod restaurant. It is basically "carved out" of the back lot and each campsite is white rock pads on dirt/gravel drives. There is little or no shade or privacy and the sites are close together. It appears to be an old facility that is maintained to the basic minimum. A huge drawback is the railroad the runs within feet of the back property line and coal trains go by every half hour day and night. They blow the horns upon entering the town and all the way through. Don't plan on sleeping through this. It is barely acceptable as an overnight stay because it is run down, minimally maintained and train noisy. This is too bad because there is a desperate need for a nice RV park east of Denver on I-76. - marker82
Sep 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here one night as we were traveling through. The south campground has a few spaces that will fit big rigs like ours. Showers are pay-showers ($1 for 3 minutes, $2 to start with 6 minutes), but were clean. At our end of the loop we were in was a pit toilet. The lake level was really low - if you were walking your SUP or kayak down there it would be a bit of a hike. You can launch at the marina area. The park is quiet and rustic. We'd like to come back and stay longer so we could enjoy the water activities. We didn't check out the other campground, Inlet Bay, but they use ReserveAmerica so you can see what's available. The campground is run by Larimer County and seems to be pretty well-cared-for. Close to Fort Collins, a college town with everything you could want including entertainment. But it's really all about the lake. - Denise and Glenn
Sep 2018 - $30.00
We spent 6 nights here, in a pull thru full hook up site. Enjoyable place with a swim beach and lots of hiking or bike trails. The lake is the star here, and is a draw for boats and campers. The campground was full for the weekend and wide open on weekdays. It was very warm for this time of year with no shade. Our site was sun drenched and hot. Ft. Collins has it all and Rocky Mountain National Park is less than an hour away. - Psi500
May 2018 - $30.00
After 3 nights of boondocking we wanted full hook ups so we stayed on the water side edge of the upper loop. Patches of water could be seen through the trees. The sites are large and we were on the end of the loop so it felt very private. It was nice but the waterfront sites really are more interesting, more to watch and see. Some of the waterfront sites have vegetation between you and the water so you might want to ask about that. Also, the site next to us (site 8) overlooks the maintenance building and parking lot - not a nice view at all. There was some traffic noise but not enough to bother us. The staff here is very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our short respite before heading into the Rockies but thought it was pricey after all the fees. The full hook-up site was $30, plus the transaction fee, plus the daily use fee drove the price up to $41/night. Colorado is the first state we've encountered that does not include the use fee with the campsite. - janci