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2 RV Parks near Kiowa, Colorado
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Kiowa. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Kiowa in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $35.00
Stayed here for 6 months. Nice and quiet. The staff that runs the place are awesome. - Doctor Dale
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We selected this park as it was close to family we were visiting. We experienced a nice surprise as we arrived...roads were dirt but easy to navigate. We thought our site 15, which was a curved pull through, was the best site in this small park. It was nestled into beautiful ponderosa pine trees and our view was away from all the RVs and looked out over a baseball field and meadow. No WiFi but our phone service was fine. A dump station is available at the entrance to the park. We would stay here again for sure! - Jackie thornton
May 2018 - $35.00
It's O.K. for an overnight stay. Our lot was not level (in any direction), and others didn't look much better. Water pressure was good. - Limey51
Oct 2018 - $65.00
They will not refund for any reason! I paid in full ahead of time for 4 nights - Oct. 13-17. There is a strong storm coming coming this weekend, too dangerous to pull a camper through. The girl on the phone said "Oh well its Colorado it gets cold here!" We usually bring grand kids here for their October Fall Halloween fun we love the park, But we won't be back. I didn't expect a full refund, I was even willing to change the dates, but the good customer service is gone. Sun RV Resorts - at Jellystone Park. - coloradogram
Aug 2018 - $65.00
The entire campground is built on the sides of some hills. Dusty, rutted dirt roads lead up to unlevel dirt sites. Although dense, low trees provided privacy from other sites almost everywhere. Regardless Route 25 is continuously very noisy at all times of day and night. Bathrooms are clean but worn. Restrooms are scarce - you may have to walk possibly long distances up/down hill on uneven dirt roads at night to restrooms and showers. They'll "generously" rent you golf carts at $45-$55/day to ease the trip up and down hill to the pool and "ranger station". Camping with kids is the only reason to stay here unless you have to. Call for reservations because you may not get discounts, like Good Sam, when doing on-line. Once reservation made no discount is available. We stayed in the new section under construction. It seemed spacious but not appealing. - EVO_Bob
Aug 2018 - $77.00
This was the first time we visited, though we live less than an hour away. I wanted the experience to be a fun (rugged but comfortable) family camping experience - especially for our two 12-year-old grandsons who were going back to school the following week. It was wonderful and the daily calendar of activities provided some nice options for entertainment. We stayed in Yurt #2 and would highly recommend it. Sleeps 6 and has 1 dresser, 2 nightstands, 2 chairs, wicker shelf, 2 space heaters, 2 lamps (electricity for phone charging), broom/dust pan, concrete floors, roll-up canvas windows & crank-open dome for circulation + picnic table & fire pit (with grill rack). Great location, large lot private & serene (doe & her two fawns visited us), close to bath house and nearby pavilion which hosted several activities the youngsters participated in. Walking distance to pool, and trail. In fact, we opted to walk everywhere, rather than drive the short distances. We were told they are expanding the park to include more camp sites, nice dog park, rock climbing wall and water park - some completion in 2019. Exciting news. The park does need some spiffing up here-and-there, and it's camping - not glamping - so enjoy what is there, pack well and enjoy. Wished they provided "suggested list of items to bring" emailed with reservation confirmation because I hadn't been camping since I was a kid, but I over packed and got it right. :) BTW, queen sheets for the two beds work fine, even though one is a double bed. Brought twin sheets for the bunk beds but boys opted to use sleeping bags instead, which worked great. Some great memories for all of us and we look forward to doing it again next summer. Thursday arrival was peaceful, weekend got busy. P.S. Enjoyed flag raising & Pledge of Allegiance. Thanks!! - AmandaV