Full when I called, but they kindly offered me a boondock site for less, with access to their very nice bathhouse etc. so we got to experience the beautiful views. And even answered their phone when we arrived after dark. Our neighbors had electricity and asked if we’d like to plug in (I had my 30-amp to standard outlet adapter, yay) until they went to bed when I let them know we were going to run our generator to use our microwave, so we lucked out there. Level sites, great showers, nice folks.
Restaurants and shops a short walk up the hill, where the road down to the park splits from the highway. Sharp eyes are needed to spot that way in especially after dark.
26’ Class C
August 4, 2018 - reviewed by Doug
Do you want to stay at an RV Resort where old West values and courtesy are core values that are on display? Do you want to stay at an RV Resort where a mix up in site reservations result in the owner carving out a new site and getting power and water to the site to make sure the camper gets what was promised. Want to stay at an RV Resort that is bordered on one side by a Gold Medal Trout River and the other side by a STOCKED Trout pond? Then you need to call MiddleFork RV Resort and reserve your site. Rated 5 Stars only because I couldn’t rate it 10 stars.
July 20, 2017 - reviewed by Orville Fisher
Friendly staff and clean open park. Clean bath, shower, and laundry facilities available. Fly fishing for catch and release on stream below camp sites. Very positive experience.
June 27, 2017 - reviewed by Rick
Beautiful mountain views. Spaces back on to trout ponds or river. Walk to shopping and restaurants in historic mining town. Excellent gold panning and fishing. All gravel spaces with landscaped islands between. 45 total 50 amp spaces. 33 full hookups with city water and sewer. 14 big rig friendly pull throughs. 23 miles to Breckenridge.