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4 RV Parks near Sterling, Colorado
Oct 2018 - $33.00
Old, run down campground filled with long term residents. I think the site we were assigned was the leftover that none of the long term residents wanted, difficult to get into and way off level. We paid for full hookups but the sewer was way in the back and unreachable even with a sewer hose extension. Walking our dogs was difficult because there were goat head thorns everywhere. We did not sleep well due to the long term residents starting up their diesel trucks and idling them very early in the morning. Walked the road out and there were tree branches literally within arms reach, had to make a very difficult hard turn out of our site to avoid going around and through the trees. - Zdog
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Owner and wife were nice. Place still needs a lot of work, and full-timers make it look really run down. Sites need leveling. I think a 40' would have some major issues navigating, since I used to drive one. It's okay for a night. Which was my purpose. The owners were pleasant enough. I left behind my wheel chocks and they set them aside until I drove back thru and I appreciate that. - weavingstudio
Dec 2017 - $17.00
Yes it needs upgrades but overall it's like being at home. Felt so welcome people are so friendly. My kids had plenty of room to play and had a blast on the older playground equipment. We stay here everytime we stay! - Abeyta
Jun 2018 - $34.00
The park is in a bleak location but lots of wildlife, especially birds and deer. The pull thru sites are very hard to access; they are curved and each has one or sometimes two tight turns. Only utility is electricity. The showers didn't work well (no water pressure in women's and a flood in the men's). And you paid for the bad showers. OK place for an overnight but probably wouldn't stay again. - TN-AK or Bust
Apr 2018 - $31.00
We overnighted here while traveling from Raton, NM to Rapid City, SD. On a Monday night on April 30 we almost had the entire place to ourselves (only one other camper present). So obviously it was very quiet during our stay. It's a beautiful location. There is no water hookup at the individual sites, but there are spigots scattered about for filling. We would love to stay here again sometime. Not having water at the site is the only reason I didn't give it a 10. - Brad & Angela
Mar 2018 - $31.00
We stayed one night passing through on the interstate. We were the only ones there. Campsites are neat and clean. Many are right on the lake shore. The lake is small. There were a lot of Jackrabbits and prairie dogs. 20 mile drive from the interstate and town. Very pretty prairie ecosystem. - JJDK
Jul 2016 - $22.00
This park used to be a trailer park, but after the flood in 2013 they pulled out all the old trailers and put in grass, concrete, and fences. The spaces are back in and can be a bit tough to back into with the fences. You do get a fenced in yard with trees and sprinklers. You park on a concrete pad which makes leveling a breeze. The spaces are designed for long term stay, so the sewer and water connections are designed to go under the vehicle. This is by far a very nice place to stay, the owner is incredibly nice and easy to work with, he will even help you back into your spot. It is a mom and pop operation, so I'm not sure if they accept credit cards. The alternative is Buffalo Hills and all it took was one drive through the park to convince me to stay anywhere else. I usually stay for more than a month, so I'm unclear of what the daily rate is. If you are staying for only a night it may not be the most convenient park, but it is worth the extra effort. - Mike Benedik
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Very Beautiful park! One of the nicest we have stayed at. We parked on a concrete pad! Sewer, water, and electric hook-ups were all very easy to get to. Nice grass in the yards and very peaceful pretty view. There was even a storage shed for us to use. We will definitely stay there next year. - deereme97
Jun 2016 - $25.00
Just a rock/gravel lot with 6 or 8 hookups. However, they are pretty level and have 50 amp, water and sewer. It is pretty easy to get to, but on the west side of town. This is much easier to find and drive to than the STate park which has no sewer and water at the sites.
So I would use again as an overnight stop. Also there just aren't many parks within 70-80 miles north or south of Sterling. - twindman
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a new park less than a year old and only has 8 back in sites with full service without cable. The sites are long and level which makes it a good stop over for a night as you do not have to unhook. There is a RV parts dealership on site and the owner is very helpful. - Irish2