June 11, 2019 - reviewed by Freestyle
Good For A Night
It is a work in progress. It is basically a large gravel parking lot with full hook ups. $42 seemed a little high due to no other amenities other than a flat patch of gravel to park on for the night, but there are few other choices nearby.
They simply had us call a phone number to pay. No one on site to check us in.
July 5, 2018 - reviewed by Kim
My husband and I began looking for a spot in the forest just 3 miles or so down the road from Curt Gowdy State Park. I believe this park is part of the Medicine Bow National Forest. The unpaved road was a bit rough in spots, but we did not have any trouble pulling our 24' camper through to find a camping spot. There were so many through the forest (it wasn't a regular, commercial campground) to choose from, and the scenery was exceptional. Needless to say, we boon docked. There were cattle that wandered through our site late at night and in the morning. It was really neat. I'd love to camp there again and spend more time hiking.
July 25, 2017 - reviewed by Gerry
Wonderful USFS camp and popular for rock climbers. Total of 28 sites, mainly for smaller rvs 28 ft or less. No dump or water as of 7/17. $5/nt seniors pass.
October 29, 2015 - reviewed by D & J
Awesome Rock Firmations
Beautiful well kept park. Far enough from but close enough to I-80. Walk-in tent sites have tables and pits and plenty of room and privacy. The rv pads are asphalt and very close to level.