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4 RV Parks near Sterling, Colorado
Aug 2019 - $40.00
Holiday weekend shady level spot found no problems,pool was closed but not a big deal for us we were sick anyway because of trees satellite didn’t work but had plenty of over air stations and shade was more important in 99 degree weather - Chrisdkns
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
Jun 2019 - $46.00
Nightly rate of $38 plus Day pass of $8 is way to much for electric only. Set jacks and they sank into gravel. We had to reset them to just touch the ground enough to stabilize the coach. We were not level. - Full Timers McC
Jun 2019 - $26.00
This is a nice state park on the high plains of northeastern Colorado. The park exists primarily for the reservoir, so boating and fishing are the big draws. This is a very wide open park, and it is generally windy—you can see the wind farm just north of the park. We stayed at Inlet Grove campground. There are bathhouses with showers—coin operated—3 quarters gets you a 3 minute shower and it took about 60 seconds to get hot water. The bathhouses also have laundry facilities—new machines and reasonable priced. There is intermittent cell signal (Verizon) that varies from spot to spot. OTA channels were plentiful and generally fine except during storms. Sites are packed gravel—Inlet Grove seemed pretty level compared to the campground by the marina. Sites have 30 or 50 amp, no sewer, and water spigots are situated throughout the campground. Dump station is convenient and in good shape. Sterling is about 15 minutes away and has anything you may need—groceries, Wal-Mart, fast food, restaurants—even a very nice craft brewery. - SandmannRV
May 2019 - $36.00
Most of the sites have good views of lake. Some sites are very close together others are spaced out nicely. If you have a boat it would be a big plus. Lots of birds, dozens of white pelicans the most I have ever seen in one place. It is not close to anything which makes it great for star watching. Note, signage is poor so plan to drive around a bit to find your site. Dirt roads are OK so it is easy to loop around and come back to your site once you find it. Bring your boat or a friend with a boat. Binoculars for bird watching. Town of Sterling is a good 1/2 hour away but has a couple good restaurants. - Kevincolorado
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