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24 RV Parks near Perry Park, Colorado
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Perry Park. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Perry Park in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $60.00
This place is a dump. Poorly run. Looks absolutely nothing like the photos on the website. Loud highway and train noise. Pull through sites are not actually pull through because they are blocked by other campers and the hook ups were on the wrong side which prevented us from being able to use the sewage drain. They advertised a pool in the first sentence on top of their webpage, which was specifically why we wanted to stay there. Arrived to learn pool is shut down (I assume they just don’t want to fix it because they are building a new campground next-door). Loud dusty construction on adjacent property. Bathrooms were absolutely disgusting and we’re about a quarter mile hike uphill from the pull through sites. Doggie park is laughable and ridiculously small and the fence around it has huge spaces in between the pickets where any small dog could run through. Our big dog could easily jump over. So we did not use it. The staff were condescending, or totally aloof. Roads were pretty rough for trailers and RVs. Some sites had what appeared to be long term rentals and we’re covered in debris and trash and junk. Like a slum. If you are tent camping or using a small camper you might be able to get up slope into the shrubs and it would be a little nicer. But for larger trailers and RVs this place is terrible and crazy overpriced. Shocking that the franchise would permit this park to be associated with their name. - Doug Fir
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
Oct 2019 - $25.00
Only overnight - had to disonnect toad as back in site. Goid news is that meant we weed in open for sat on roof front. Few pull throughs but look lime all in trees. Water was turned off for season and only hsd 30 amp which was ok for 1 nite. Tight roads interior with trees on side of road. No trash near by. - rvreviews
Sep 2019 - $50.00
I love the shade and privacy between sites. It’s somewhat hilly which makes it more interesting than your typical side-by-side rv park spacing. Maneuvering can be a bit of a problem for very large rvs but it’s worth it once you are set up. My trip was cut short due to changes in job scheduling and the owners were very understanding - they kindly provided a refund for nights not used. There are two on-site laundries and kids will enjoy the playground. The tall pines were very pretty. Really nice place and people. - jdtex
Aug 2019 - $18.00
We made our reservation for a 50 amp site, for a 44' coach, in JUNE. We had an email confirmation for the site size and type to fit our rig. When we arrived, shortly after 1 pm, we were told they didn't have a site to fit us, because they are never sure Coast to Coast people will show up. The guide took my husband up the hill to view a few 30 amp, no sewer sites (for a 9 day reservation!). The interior roads are poor, rutted, very narrow, and with lots of overhanging limbs, and even the workamper was concerned that we would either fall off the ledge on the left or hit a tree on the right. So, why were we even being shown the sites? The wife, behind the counter, said it was POSSIBLE we might get a 50 amp site in a day or 2, maybe 3, but it would be up to us if we wanted to move at that time. We elected not to stay. Bass Pro, back down in Col Springs allows overnight dry camping, but at least we wouldn't hit a tree on our way in there, was our thought. It took us about an hour to get out of the parking lot, since we had to unhook the toad and do a 3 point turn to get around the trees, dumpsters and embankments, then, reattach the dolly & car. Even getting OUT of the driveway was a potential problem-there were lots of gouges where others had bottomed out. To their credit, they DID hold the mail I had sent there, in anticipation of being onsite for over a week. We found accommodations down in Pueblo & had a great stay there. - kcdc989
Aug 2019 - $16.00
This was our second stay here in our 24 ft class C motor home. Our "patio area" faced the national forest and our site was close to an entrance through the fencing. The wildflowers were beautiful! We camped in the middle of the week and there were only about 10 other sites occupied. The vault toilets, water and dumpsters are placed for easy access from all the sites. Out site required a lot leveling or I would have given it 5 stars. Get a site on the outer loop toward the national forest (even sites 24 through 36) for the most privacy. Be prepared for leveling. Manitou Lake is a short walk from the campground. - Kand
Aug 2018 - $23.00
Beautiful wooded campground. Our site was significantly out of level. There are no hookups but there are generator hours. The campground is right on the main road but traffic noise was minimal in the back row. - pb67
Jul 2018 - $12.00
Spent 3 nights. Good thing is convenience to so many activities/attractions. Vault toilets were dirty. The 10 mph speed limit throughtout the park was way too fast with so many children playing/riding their bikes on the road and not moving out of the way for vehicles. We were aware of the no campfire/charcoal ban, but there also should have been a sign saying "no propane". Had a cooler full of food that we couldn't cook, and couldn't even make coffee in the morning! Some of the sites were full sun with absolutely no shade. Way too much dog barking/yipping for us! - Wendi D
Aug 2019 - $12.00
Much of the information about this park in the app is incorrect. There aren’t any hookups, no dump station, no showers, no WiFi. This is a National Forest Service Campground. The only “services” are vault toilets. The sites are wooded and spaced nicely apart, but there isn’t much visual privacy as most of the trees are tall pines. Sites have gravel surface. There are both back in and pull through sites. The driveways are not level! Each site has a picnic table and fire ring (firewood is available for purchase). There isn’t a playground. - Hopefultraveler
Aug 2016 - $20.00
What a fantastic campground! Just five miles from Woodland Park and just off 67, but quiet and dark at night. You'd swear you were in the wilderness.
The camp hosts are friendly and helpful. The toilets are clean. There are plenty of bear-proof garbage containers and lots of potable water hydrants. Lake Manitou is two miles away with lots of trout fishing. A great place for a getaway.
Stay for a few nights! You'll love it! - Kevin C
Apr 2016 - $7.00
In the pine trees in the mountains. There are places to fish, hike and 4x4 nearby. You can camp in tents as well. We really like the quiet atmosphere up there and have visited many times. - Burdoglovr
Jul 2014 - $30.00
I reviewed this CG two years ago and nothing has appreciably changed with respect to the facilities, amenities, and services. It is basically electric only. The site count listed is for all type accommodations but there are only a handful of RV sites. Those can accommodate a 35-40 ft size RV, but it isn't what I would call big rig friendly. With those issues in mind, it is at best a 7 rating which is what I gave it. That said, if you want something other than sub division camping, cool temps, peaceful solitude, and a fantastic view then this is the place and that rates a 10+. The drive to the CG is up the side of the mountain, but the wide gravel road is very well maintained and a fairly easy drive. It presents no issues for any type RV. All be it slow, I found it to be a nice scenic drive. There is a nice sized lake available for fishing. The office sells or rents the equipment if you did not bring your own. Voltage was good, but then I was the only one there. Satellite signals are unobstructed. There is no WiFi and no VZW cell service. Tent campers can enjoy either open or a few shaded sites that provide some space from the neighbor. There is plenty of property to do biking or hiking. It is a great place to just chill out. - RLM
May 2012 - $25.00
This campground is in a National Forest. A short portion of the road is uphill and curved but fairly easily managed even with a toad. The final two mile portion of the road to the recreation area is gravel/dirt but it is flat, wide, very well maintained, and clear of overhanging trees. The campground and sites are also dirt/gravel. RV sites will handle up to a forty feet rig. Well shaded, primitive tent sites are located through out the recreational area but not near the RV sites. The cost for one of those is $15. Almost all sites have a fire ring and picnic table. You will also share the camping area with a few cabins. Privacy for RV, tenting, or cabins is not an issue. I assume the facility is pet friendly since it’s in the middle of the forest. Satellite signals are not blocked by trees and a half dozen TV stations can be received by antenna. Amenities include paddle boat rental, three fish stocked lakes, bike rental, hiking and biking trails, and several picnic pavilions. A couple of the pavilions have electricity and group size grills. Basic recreation equipment rentals and inexpensive daily fishing licenses are available at the office. Verizon cell service wasn’t available and there is no Wi-Fi. There is no dump station, the water pressure was low, and the bath house showers are coin operated. Those deficiencies affected the campground rating. But, I would return because this is a place to enjoy peace and quiet, the absence of city lights, the outdoor mountain environment, and the inexpensive recreational facilities. - RLM