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27 RV Parks near Keystone, Colorado
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Keystone. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Keystone in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $28.00
Small campground with a few sites. Some sites are very small but a couple are good for a forty footer. Best part about the campground: electricity. Worst part: no trees; very exposed to the elements. - KFieldstad
Aug 2018 - $13.00
Prospector is situated on the south side of Lake Dillon and lies between Dillon and Frisco. Pros: Location is isolated from the cities Mostly level sites Large private lots with Evergreen and pine trees Water spigots easily accessible throughout the campground Fire ring and picnic table Cons: Dirt road Dump site is a couple of miles from the campground - OurNextRVAdventure
Jun 2017 - $23.00
We spent a night at Prospector and enjoyed the fairly level pull-through site. The pit toilets were scrupulously clean and had no unpleasant odor at all. The road in is dirt, and a little rough from frost damage. There is a great view of the lake from some sites, others are in meadows with small conifers. The pine beetle damage a number of years ago meant most of the trees had been cut down, but they are growing back. The stars were spectacular! - RobinM
Jun 2017 - $17.00
Positives are incredible views of snow-capped mountains on all sides, and well-spread out sites. Also, close to paved bike paths and nearby towns, although far away enough for quiet and privacy. Elevation of 9,100 feet also means it was cool here when the rest of the Southwest was sweltering in a heat wave. Negatives are dirt roads with clouds of dust being kicked up by vehicles driving past. Luckily wind blew most dust away from me. I do not mind dirt campsites, but dirt roads are a problem when you must keep your windows open for ventilation. Another negative is that many sites are intended for tenters or small RVs, so are not very large. I fit my 32' motorhome in nicely because I could hang the rear over the back curb, but it would be hard to fit a larger RV or one with a toad into most spaces. Also, there is no dump station, so need to drive a couple of miles and pay $5. - judy_online
Jul 2019 - $24.00
Excellent campground near Frisco, CO, but feels like it's miles from a town. It's on Lake Dillon which is owned by Denver for their water supply. No swimming is allowed, but boats, kayaks, and paddle boards are fine. The water is extremely cold since it's from snow runoff. Lots of hiking and biking trails. Camp hosts are great and helpful. The bathrooms are currently closed due to some leaking pipes, but there are plenty of porta potties around the campground and potable water is available on the outside of the restrooms. The views are incredible and there is lots to do in the area. - The quilted road
Sep 2019 - $9.00
This is a spectacular federal park. We camped with a large truck and a 30' travel trailer and had no trouble parking. The roads are paved, making this a great park for toodling around on a bike or walking the dogs. The region is magnificient. Some of the sites had lake views, but I don't think those had hookups. There were chemical toilets available for those who weren't self-contained. No dump station. - beckydmc
Sep 2019 - $17.00
We found the last 50 amp w/water sight available for our stay!! Various loops each with different hook-ups (or none). Not well marked from the road, look for the camp highway sign to turn in ; the park sign is inside the turn. - CorgiGirl
Sep 2019 - $24.00
Easy to get to and lots of things to do nearby. Pros: C Loop had electricity and water hook-ups. Each site had a fair amount of low shrubs, wild flowers, and small conifer trees. Sites were angled and spaced so that most had a decent amount of privacy. Got great Verizon cell coverage and several TV channels via air antenna. Great mountain views. Cons: road noise from Dillon Dam Road and I-70 and lack of on-site dump station.
If you want a site in the C Loop, then make your reservation EARLY. These sites book up immediately. The other loops were closer to the reservoir so you had less road noise but no hook-ups. $6.00 per day for any additional vehicles you may bring (above and beyond your tow vehicle). Parking vehicles at some sites can be rather tight. Vault toilets were clean and well-kept. - Lisa CO
Aug 2019 - $105.00
Came into campground at 630pm. Their phone reached a person to come sign us in but he didn't know much about doing so but made it work. A little taken back with their price but after you see all the Prevosts in there you know why. Wouldn't stay again. - rbr
Aug 2019 - $115.00
The park is gated. The interior roads are wide enough,but the turns are tight. The trees need to be trimmed up. I asked about the water pressure only being 35 psi I was told I was lucky, most only had 30. The sites are concrete and level and the interior roads are asphalt. The park is about 3 miles north of Breckenridge. IMHO, this is a resort in name only. But, choices are very limited in the area and they take advantage of that fact. We won’t be returning. - ETX
Aug 2019 - $100.00
Very nice well maintained park with multiple types of RV sites and cabins Nice indoor pool, hot tubs, game room fitness room showers and laundry Easy access in and out, security card to get into park. Fly fishing, hiking and mountain biking all available from park itself. Easy bike ride on paved bike trail to either Breckenridge or to Frisco! Would defiantly return! - GaryLynette