February 8, 2022 - reviewed by Georgia Traveler
The resort doesn’t plow the pads nor roads in the winter. The amenity building is bit run down and not very clean. For $120 a night I’ll camp elsewhere.
January 13, 2021 - reviewed by TripleL
Great Spot In Breckenridge
Great amenities. Nice large campsites. The mountain and blue river views can't be beat. Stayed for a month from mid-November to mid-December. Staff was super friendly. Being first time big rig campers, they definitely set the bar high for other campsites!
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October 14, 2020 - reviewed by Rwatts
A True Resort
Unlike many overpriced "resorts", this place lives up to the title. Nice clubhouse with pool, tennis, etc. All open with capacity limits despite Covid. Helpful staff, gated entry, quiet location. Sites are privately owned with owner shed or Casita, level concrete pads, all utilities. Management was very helpful, even delivering a cable box to decode the cable connection. They have staff available on call til 10pm. Easy 3.5 mile bike ride on trail, or shuttle every 30 mins, to Breckenridge. I've paid comparable prices for far less!!
July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Magnolia Camper
Nanny State Here.
Just a weird camping experience here. Made us take our sun shade down. Never saw that posted any where but ok. Weird neighbor left anonymous note on our rig while we were eating up town and that made us very uncomfortable. That’s a Karen move for sure. Not friendly people here. Not sure why.
All amenities were closed off. For this kind of money we just expected more but it’s all good.
September 29, 2019 - reviewed by Danny
Nicest RV Resort We’ve Stayed At
We’ve been RVing for a few years, have stayed at a lot of nice places all over the country. Tiger Run is definitely the nicest one we’ve stayed at. Almost too nice for our coach. We had a deluxe site, it was incredible. The facility is top notch, the sites are perfect, and it’s just a short drive to Breck and Frisco. The clubhouse is awesome and the staff is very friendly. We stayed the last week of September and it was chilly but not cold enough to freeze water lines. Will definitely be back.
July 23, 2019 - reviewed by Louis
Great place to stay
We loved it here, gated entry, very quite at night. Everyone was super friendly.
June 17, 2018 - reviewed by Heather
Very Nice And Convenient To Breckenridge
This resort is really nice - all the RV spots are paved and flat and feel pretty private since there are so many mature trees around. The property is very well maintained. There is a river that runs through it and several cabins that look like they can be rented too. There is a free shuttle that picks up by the RV resort and runs into Breckenridge. Runs every 30 minutes during the day and every hour in the evening. The people in the office are really nice and helpful.
October 8, 2016 - reviewed by Joe
Nice but plan carefully
Nice facility with good amenities. Clean level sites. Not within easy walking distance to town. But don't plan to stay here after September. It is much colder here than in town and our water line froze every night which became a real nuisance. We decided to leave early but they refused to refund unused nights.
September 14, 2016 - reviewed by Vicki White
Glamping At It's Best
You get what you pay for at this place. Since it is an ownership resort, things are very posh. Only down side is the adjustment to the altitude.
July 18, 2016 - reviewed by Monique Belli
We have traveled around the world and lots of time in Motorhomes. Though USA has the best coaches, still Europe is ahead of the game with the camps. Though tiger run RV resort can easily compete with the Europeans; it is a pretty amazing camp.
July 10, 2016 - reviewed by Easy
Small Trailers Not Welcome
Tiger Run RV Resort in Breckenridge, CO, changed its policy to prohibit smaller trailers after we stayed there in our Scamp four years ago. Originally their only restriction was not allowing anything with soft sides (i.e., pop-up campers) but we obviously upset someone with our 2009 13-footer.
When I was looking at booking a site there recently I noticed a new 20-foot minimum length requirement. I emailed the resort to inquire about possibly getting grandfathered in since we had stayed there before and got this response: "That rule has been in effect for the past few years and is a homeowner association rule. We must abide by it and even though you have stayed with us before we can no longer allow you to stay with us again. We apologize for the inconvenience."
A 13-foot Scamp upset the establishment so much they changed their policy to keep all of us out. Oh, well, there are much cooler -- and more tolerant -- places to stay in Summit County.
October 7, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
GPS: 39.53981, -106.04066
Blue River Bikeway is across the street from park entrance.