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3 RV Parks near Las Animas, Colorado
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Las Animas. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Las Animas in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $22.00
Spent 2 weekdays here at the end of July 2019 at $22.86 each day for 30 amps, water and electric only. No discounts. No sewer. The only nice thing I can say about this campground is the Internet was fast. 5 Mbps. Many shady sites if the trees would be trimmed. My class A is 12'2" and could not enter many sites because of the low branches. Most sites would be pull-thrus, if you can avoid the branches. The grass did not look like it had been mowed in months (I only wonder how many ticks and flea bites I'll get), the men's bathroom had not been clean since the last construction job and I only wonder what foot diseases I'll get because of it. The ladies bathroom was cleaner, but you still need to bring a fly swatter with you. The first site I was assigned to (11) had reverse polarity errors. The 2nd site (15) had a broken 50 amp plug. The third site (2) had less then 108 volts when I ran the AC. Had to turn off the AC to run anything else. The owners/managers live at site 3. Polite enough. The wife said the husband has a disability, hence nothing is getting done. They have 2 HUGE dogs and 1 small dog which they allowed to run loose and urinate at my site or wherever else the dogs wish. After a rain storm I could smell the urine. They website advertises laundry, but there is not any. Did not enter the bait shop, so I can not address it. The campground had painted tires and other trash throughout (see attached pictures). Each site has a fire ring, if you can find it within the weeds. 2 long term residents, the owners and 1 employee live on site. When the employee left at 6am he revved his loud exhaust on the way out. He also left his dog penned in his yard. The dog barked from 6:30 am until 8:30 am when the owners took it inside. Learn from my mistake and stay away. - rhodesaz
Sep 2019 - $28.00
Electric only site with plenty of water spigots that you can attach a hose to scattered about. Very nice 4 lane Dump Station. Poor cell service, but satellite dish worked fine. Site backed up to lake. - Davishouse2
Jun 2019 - $28.00
We stayed three nights in a 40-foot fifth-wheel. This is a beautiful park with spacious sites and convenient access to the reservoir. An 8 is about the best I can do for a campground with no water or sewer hookups. However, please note that they have a very convenient four-lane dump station but no potable water there. The potable water is on dedicated fixtures in the Hasty Lake campground. The Point campground has no hookups and vault toilets only. The views are fantastic and the road to get there is a long gravel road via the boat launch area. The Lake Hasty campground really has two sections. Sites 1-29 are on their own loop and in full sun. Site 9 is the only site with any shade. The rest of the sites in the Lake Hasty campground are in a Cottonwood grove. The sites on the water are mostly fantastic. If you like some shade, site 38 is amazing. Site 30 is also great but while we were there this was a camp host site. The rest of the sites except those closest to the campground entrance road have mature cottonwoods for shade. Remember that I said cottonwood...as in lots of seed pods floating around in June. Lots of locals and many have boats for fun and fishing. We don't fish but, from what we saw, they were actually catching and keeping. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Mar 2019 - $24.00
We stayed at John Martin for three nights in March, which is still pretty stark in southern Colorado. The main draw of this campground is the fishing, which is supposed to be excellent. The campground was nearly empty while we were there, maybe half a dozen other campers. The bathhouse had the handicapped room open, which was a complete bathroom with toilet and shower combined. The other sections were closed, understandable with the low complement of campers. The laundry room was open, and the building was very clean all around. Not much to do here, there's only one trail that winds around the campground and leads up past the visitor center to a site that marks a section of the old Santa Fe Trail. Dump station was easy to access. It was very quiet here, and we saw wild turkeys and some deer. The visitor center said someone had seen a bobcat near there earlier in the week. It's probably really nice later in the season after the trees and greened up, there a a lot of deciduous trees along with the evergreens. Fairly spacious sites, we had a pull-thru close to the entry road, other sites among the trees were closer together. Most of the sites in the outer, more open spots had a wind/sun shelter over the picnic table. Our rate reflects ONLY the camping fee, as we buy the annual pass to take care of entry fees. We would stay here again if we were passing through, but that's unlikely. It was on our way from Denver to Palo Duro Canyon in Texas, and made sense on this leg. Not much in Hasty except a post office and a small store - looked more like a convenience store than a grocery, closest town is Lamar - 20 miles away. La Junta is 30 miles the other direction, and Old Bent's Fort NHS is near there. We didn't get a chance to see that, but hear it's well-staffed and has people dressed in period costume. - Denise and Glenn
Aug 2019 - $50.00
Very poor KOA, basically just a hot gravel parking lot. The pool is being torn up and cannot be used. Okay for an overnight, I guess but we would probably look for another RV park if back in the area. La Junta doesn't have much going for it but about 8 miles out of town is a National Park site called Bent's Old Fort that we visited which I would recommend. The day we were there (in August) was hot and there were no workers to talk about the fort. We did the self guided tour. - RideandHike2
Jul 2019 - $55.00
Small cramped sites, but were level. - 16 Crusader
Sep 2018 - $40.00
A " no frills" park but is great for an overnight stay. Our pull thru was very level and gravel. We stayed hooked-up but was really just a little short for our 42' fifth wheel. Good free wi-fi and OTA television. Dog park, pool and play area. Walking distance to Walmart. Right off hwy. 50. Friendliest office staff we've ever encountered. We'd stay here again if ever in the area. - travelswithpuppies