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23 RV Parks near Parshall, Colorado
Aug 2019 - $39.00
Enjoyed our stay here. Good place to stop to visit Sulphur Springs and an hour jaunt to Strawberry Hot Springs. Full hook up and decent clearance between sites. Good shade from young birch trees. Internet was usable for checking email and browsing web. Town is just up the road. Great cell signal from tower just over the road. Easy access to national park lands. - inetelle
Jul 2019 - $31.00
This is a small but very nice and quiet RV park. Sites are level. Many are shaded. Facilities are very clean. Plenty of hot water for showers. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Internet is usually adequate but not great. There is not enough bandwidth to watch anything streaming but everything else generally works OK. I've been staying here weekly while working on a long-term project in the area. They also have storage for RVs and boats. - KevinInVA
Aug 2017 - $18.00
Small family owned RV park in Kremmling. Sites are very close to together with no grass (all packed gravel). Sites are level and all of the utilities worked well while we were there. Had two sewer connections. We used the back one since the other had a broken pipe. Required two sewer hoses to reach. WiFi was slow but dependable (fine for email and web surfing). Park tends to get dusty if there is not any rain. Kremmling is a ranching community with a lot a BLM land that can be used for 4 wheeling or dirt biking. A couple of small lakes located near the town. We used this park as a central location to visit the Rocky Mountain National Park, Steamboat Springs area and the Leadville/Vail/Silverthorne region (all of which are about 1 hour drives). There is a small grocery store in Kremmling but we usually shopped in Granby or Steamboat Springs for most of our food. Had strong signals for both Verizon and AT&T. Not sure if we would stay here again since there was not much for us to do in Kremmling. - Co-Mike
Aug 2019 - $81.00
The park is GOING to be beautiful. I think they opened a bit too soon. They opened July 1, we were here August 14th thru the 19th. No internet for the first 3 days, then sketchy for 2, then no internet the rest of the time! Absolutely NO TV whatsoever!!
Construction was ongoing. I think they were offering free golf carts: we had no need for one! A discounted rate would have been nice!! They called us 2 days before our arrival to make sure we were coming. Could have told us about the lack of amenities.
Call before booking and ask about the amenities! - MaryBourg
Jul 2017 - $10.00
Cow Creek South is campground located along side of the Green Mountain Reservoir. Some of the sites have trees on them - some don't. Many of the sites offer easy access to the water for people or a small canoe, kayak. Some sites offer a good place to tie a larger motor boat. Many people were fishing right from there sites. We did not see any hiking trails at the campground but it was nice walking along the campground roads. There wasn't a lot of traffic on the campground roads and the people driving vehicles seemed mindful of people walking and riding bikes. This is a nice place to stop when traveling. It would be especially nice if you bring a boat and/or bike. The campground was about full when we stayed on a weekend in the summer so I would recommend a reservation if staying on the weekend in the summer. Our site had some trash on the site - not terrible but it did detract from the pleasantness of the site. I would stay at this park again Note: Price is just an estimate. - Mountain_Traveler
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Crowded, but beautiful and near the reservoir. - Zach26
Sep 2014 - $7.00
The rate reflects a 50% Senior Pass discount. This campground is one of several National Forest Service campgrounds on the shore of Green Mountain Reservoir in White River National Forest. The GPS coordinates are 39.87944, -106.27722. It is the only one that takes reservations (recreation.gov). It is very convenient, just off of Highway 9 but has almost no traffic noise. The road into the campground and all interior roads and sites are dirt/gravel. Sites 1 – 32 are spread out along the shore right next to the lake, some with great views of the lake and surrounding mountains. They are the best for views but most are hard to level for all but the smallest RV, unless you are skilled at leveling and have ample blocks. We are 27 feet and were able to find a spot where we could level. Sites 33 – 44 are away from the lake, but are nice, long level sites. Some of these would be suitable for even the longer RVs. There is no fresh water or dump, nor are they available at any of the campgrounds on the lake, so come with full tanks and plan on leaving with full waste tanks. There are vault toilets. When we were there, campground hosts were present. Depending on the source, the campground closes for the season on September 14 or 26, so best to call to confirm closing date during the September period. We did not have a Verizon signal. There are few trees so getting satellite is not a problem. There is a great 3 miles hike around lower cataract lake about 15 miles away. We would definitely stay here again. - TheJim
Aug 2019 - $25.00
So... I would have rated the campground a 7 but I made my reservation on Wednesday and all that remained were primitive sites. No electrical but my price which is set by the water board was the same as sites with electricity. That is just plain stupid! We had a nice picnic table and fire ring. The lower loop closer to the lake also have covered tables and nicer restrooms, still pit but nicer. They also have trash dumpsters by the restrooms and ours was at the entrance to our loop. Easy to park because you park parallel to the road. I didn't get here until after dark so the setup was easy with my 43' 5th wheel and I just took the first available spot which was closer to the lake than the site they had me parking in which was away from the lake. -1 star for that. It was quiet and the views of the lake are great! So it's $20 to camp and $5 for entrance fee. You need to watch for the entrance off the highway because it isn't really well marked with signs. Basically just turn lanes off the highway. So make your reservation early so you get closer to the lake and have power. - CoMaddMax
Jul 2017 - $25.00
The setting of this park is perfect, beautiful views of the reservoir and the mountains. It is very quiet. The sites are pull through as you park on the road parallel to the site. Our was not very level. We had electric only and the electric box is on the wrong side of the RV so we had to pull the electric cord under the RV. There is a covered picnic table and a fire pit. The camp-hosts were great. No WiFi on site, our Verizon signal was good. We stayed the night of July 10, 2017 and paid $25.00 - 20 for the site and 5 for park entrance fee. There is a boat ramp on site. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Wolford CG is located on a sage/grassland bench right next to a medium size reservoir with boat ramps and fishing 50 miles from Steamboat, Grand Lake, and Silverthorn. If you are into satellite TV there are none of those pesky trees to get in the way or reception or views. The down side is that there is no shade or wind breaks available; however, 50% of the sites have a flat roofed shelter over the picnic tables. The roads and sites are gravel and most not even close to level. The sites are laid out so the power hook ups are on the right side of the vehicles and located at the back of the site so you need a long cord to plug in. Most of the sites are 30 amp with only a few 50 amp hook ups. The restrooms are pit toilets with running water for the sink and no showers. They advertise camping at $20/day but they have a mandatory $5/day/vehicle fee which means if you are driving a MH with a toad you pay $30 and your neighbor in a 5th wheel only pays $25. For $20/night this was a great CG. However, with no showers, no water or sewer at the sites, the wrong location of the power post, and being 50 miles from anywhere with a decent grocery store, it is overpriced for the $30/night we had to pay. - pumper9x9
Jun 2010 - $17.00
Willow Creek Campground is part of the Arapaho National Recrecreation Area. There are 3 other public campgrounds in the area but this is the only one that still has trees since the pine beetle infestation. It is a great little park to get away from it all. The sites are really nice and private. Many are on the lake. This park is for real campers. The KOA crowd would hate this place. The road in is 3 miles of gravel. There is a one lane bridge which would require anyone hauling a trailer to turn right, turn around--there is a handy turn around-- and then cross the bridge straight on. There are vault toilets and no showers. Water is available. It is a very pretty little spot. I camped here in a tent but I am planning to bring my travel trailer nest time. - NT2013
Jul 2019 - $46.00
I stayed at this park with my family. We are YMCA members (not of the YMCA of the Rockies) which does provide a $5 discount per night on the sites. The YMCA of the Rockies offers a mind-boggling array of activities for kids and adults alike. If you are staying at this campground, you get a wristband which allows for access to all the activities. Some are free, some have a nominal cost,and many are in walking distance. Our kids, for example, went to daycamp while we were there. The campground itself has some really unique aspects. It's quite the wildlife preserve, with many hand-painted birdhouses in the campground, as well as hundreds of hummingbirds which enjoy the nectar put out by the staff. There are several propane grills and picnic areas available for guests as well. In the entire complex, there are many staff members, and there are enough camp hosts that they can get their cleanup/typical camp host work done and still have time for painting birdhouses and watering flowers. There is a playground easily accessible from the CG. Laundry is available in the Snow Mountain village. Hot water was spotty in showers in CG. The campground itself is dusty, and a typical post-pine beetle Colorado landscape. The roads are easily navigable for big rigs. The sites have a wide variety of lengths and quality. Also, there are a mix of FHU, W/E, and E only campsites. Some sites seemed to be very unlevel, but not all. We were in Site 34. Sites 32-42 (even numbered) have the best views. Would strongly recommend this park for families. - Milesdowntheroad
Jun 2017 - $40.00
I love the gorgeous views of the mountains and all the activities available. If you have kids they will love this place. My kids are grown and we still have fun here. The had a magic carpet ride that we enjoyed. We brought bikes to ride around too. We were in Hopi Loop with electric only. You pay an additional $2.40 a night if you are not a YMCA member. It is worth it. - themayerfam
May 2010 - $27.00
Actually a very nice campground. Our pull-through spot was fairly level. Would have been more privacy and shade but most trees were cut down because of the pine beetle. Lots of activities for our children. The staff were friendly and the place had a pretty nice gift shop. Fraser, Granby, and Grand Lake were within a short drive. We would probably stay here again. - seven_campers