June 27, 2017 - reviewed by Jon
Nice campground. It is very tight, if you have an RV only the front few spots will fit
August 15, 2015 - reviewed by Travis
This was much better than the only campground left open in the Rocky Mountain National Park which I believe was Timbercreek. Much more spread out sites with actual trees! Our site was $5 per night. Wood for $5 at the campground managers site was available. It's probably only about a 20 minute drive to the Park entrance, give or take.
Cons: No running water and only a port-a-pot toilet that looked like it hadn't been cleaned in a year.
July 1, 2015 - reviewed by Mari
Close to Rocky Mtn Pk - No Water
Easy to find campground on HWY 7 just 10 miles south of Estes Park.
Pros: Half the price of Natl pk camping, sites all first come first served and fairly spread out. Campground host during our stay who had wood.
We were in a tent and struggled a bit to find level sites, parking was fine for our car but bigrigs could struggle.
Cons: No water, no permanent restrooms- only porta potti on site when we were there.
Overall not the best forestry campground i have stayed in.