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3 RV Parks near Julesburg, Colorado
Jun 2017 - $35.00
We weren't expecting much out of the Pony Express and RV Park in Julesburg Colorado, we were just looking for a park less than 200 miles from Aurora Colorado on the way to Lincoln Nebraska for a short stop. Like we said we weren't expecting much and the park delivered what we expected. Our GPS devices brought us right to the park although we had trouble finding it on one of them. Since it was right across the street from the Colorado Welcome Center we input that location. When we got there there was no discernible office so we called and was told to pick a site, the 50a sites are at one end of the row. The owner of the park runs the Welcome Center so we got settled and went there and paid for 2 nights. Everything is gravel except for the grass that you have to drive on to get into the pull-thrus. The hookups were convenient and we had a great line of sight for our roof mounted satellite dish. We think that since we were so close to the Colorado Welcome Center and to I-76 we had real good Verizon 4g and cellphone reception. This a no frills park with no wifi so we were glad for the good Verizon coverage. The park and the area is probably best for a short stay. - Bob & Jo
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Stayed 1 night. Grass and dirt lots. Fairly level. Place was locked when we got in about 5:20 pm. Manager waved us over and told us to park where we wanted, she would be back later. Cable doesn't work. Did get wifi code, when she came to collect the money for space. No trees, or facilities. Sure not worth the price. Don't think we will stay here again.
Nothing to do here. There is 1 road that is a semi circle. Manager/owner is nice and friendly. Lots of room for improvement. - Swcrafters
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Stayed for one night passing through. That is about all you can do here. Easy access. Across street from Colorado welcome center. Interstate noise was minimal. Area is sparsely populated as mentioned in other reviews, so do not expect much. There is a store on site but it was never open during our stay. Upon our arrival (in the middle of the day) the office and store was locked and empty. The manager (nice guy) dropped by several hours later after we chose our own spot and said "That's how we do it around here! Just pick your own spot." Sites were dirt/grass and level. Hook-ups were fine. There are very few spaces at this campground and not all have 50 amp, so you are very limited on site selection. It's an open field with some hookups arrayed in a u-shaped pattern. There is no shade and on a Colorado summer day it became quite warm. Despite this, there was plenty of room and the kids had a great time with open fields and grass to run around in. WiFi was listed, but we were never given a code nor used it. There are no facilities to use. No pools or playgrounds. The welcome center across the street had 24-hour restroom access which I found easy enough to use. I felt it was a bit pricey for what you got here. But that being said, there was some attraction to being out in the middle of nowhere with hardly anyone around. I would stay again, my family probably would not. - mm1407
Jun 2018 - $30.00
I was the only camper there. I was surprised by that. It is on a working farm. The owner was away when I arrived but left a note to pick a spot. She returned later and was very nice. - Michael_T
May 2018 - $22.00
The grassy sites were level with a picnic table. They are buddy sites, but it wasn't crowded so we didn't share with another rig. It is a working farm with very helpful owners. The WiFi was very good as well as ATT service. Convenient on/off of I-80. Great for an overnight stop, we would definitely stay there again. - Traveler23
Aug 2017 - $25.00
The owner was very funny and friendly on the phone when I made a reservation for the 2017 solar eclipse (Lake McConaughy, Ogalalla, and North Platte were all completely booked). His mother was very helpful and welcoming when I checked in. The two spots with dedicated fire pits were taken, but because I requested one on the phone, The owners, brought us a new portable fire pit to our site, where they had set up a picnic table and chairs. We left for North Platte for the day and when we got back they had brought us a huge pile of wood to burn!!! They all called us by our names while we were there. They brought out freshly baked cookies for us that night. Then, later, they came back with some frozen elk meat to send us home with!!! In the morning they brought out freshly baked cinnamon rolls for the entire camp!! I normally hate camping so close the interstate, and honestly I'll never really have a reason to ever stay in Big Springs again... But the McGreer Family is amazing!!!!!! Extremely friendly! Incredible service! Their hospitality and graciousness toward my family has ensured that we will DEFINITELY be going out of our way to stay here again!! - David Bragg
Jul 2018 - $25.00
Pull through FHU 30 amp site on grass. Grounds are neatly mowed. Some train noise early but not noticeable after 10:00 pm. Lots of grassy areas to walk the dog. Good place for a one night stop. Easy off and on I-80. Several long term residents but all was neat and quiet. - campingdog
Jun 2018 - $13.00
We only spent the night at the park but was very easy to get in and get out of. There were a lot of comments on the trains but after I laid down I never heard them overnight. I could hear them when I was awake but it was not that bad. The person that checked us in was great and he had us just pull along side a bunch of back in sites and plug in for the night. It was perfect for us and we didn't even need to level the trailer as the area was perfectly flat. I do need to mention the water as it was great!!! We live in Oregon on a well and are use to chorine free water and this water was the same. No strange tastes! I would recommend this park to anyone traveling. - Wally Shreves
Sep 2017 - $13.00
This is a very nice park, full hookups, level. The owner is an elderly gentleman who is a delight. He's friendly as can be as well as being a Cracker Jack woodworker. He took us around to his shop where he builds Adirondack chairs designed for older folks who have trouble getting getting out of traditional Adirondack chairs. The only drawback is there is a Union Pacific dual track main line that passes close by and a crossing adjoining the property. It does get a little noisy at times. It's still a great spot. - User3255