July 4, 2022 - reviewed by Battchief
We had a spot right on the river and listened to the rapids as rafters waved to us. This is an amazing place. This staff works hard to keep everything perfect and it shows. You can raft right from the park, enjoy bike trails and just relax. I have stayed in a dozen or more “resorts” and this one is comparable to others with the addition of spectacular beauty. Well worth it.
October 12, 2020 - reviewed by Social distancing
Bare Basic With Resort Price
Rotten picnic table, close sites, un-level. I gave this three stars because of the gorgeous river and canyon. WIFI advertised did not exist. No cell coverage on our AT&T except for texting it did not connect with internet, why do they charge so much when they can’t offer decent WIFI?
All amenities are closed. Restaurant, zip line, climbing wall. I called and tried to cancel due to concerns over the fires. Was told no refunds!
September 15, 2020 - reviewed by Rose Ayars
Overpriced for the services
We paid $85/night for full hookups in our Class C. Back in only. One tree per spot, otherwise just gravel. No common area for dogs or kids. Because of COVID, all the recreation activities: zipline, rafting, etc were closed. We did have cell service, but had to manipulate our RV a bit for the satelite to kick in. The office and laundry are all uphill. It's only a short drive into town. Great river fishing down near the boat dock. Wouldn't recommend as the price is not equal to the value, especially for families.
August 19, 2019 - reviewed by A non
They don’t tell you about the terrible wifi until you check in and also, there is no cellular during the day.
August 27, 2018 - reviewed by Linda N Larry
Way Too Expensive
I was shell shocked when he said 69$/night full hook up. I asked where are the hook ups as our tanks are on the back they young man said oh ya they are in the back-Not so couldn’t use sewer as it was over 20’ away.!you couldn’t tell if they were full or not but he put us next to busy rafting operation and right on the road in so you could hear i70 and the place was empty. They had water and electric on the river but on the map it looked like only tents. He never asked any questions. The space was directly across from an nice family and again we could have been back where we didn’t have to ask some one to move their truck so we could back in. I didn’t mind the money if they had taken care to have us in a better spot since they were empty. Very disappointing!! We won’t stay here again will stay at the next park a little further outside glenn wood springs.
July 31, 2017 - reviewed by T&j SNow.
We are here in last summer.people came from all over the state .this camp site between the River and Mt. some time you can see the Bare from cross the river.and EZ access! Downtown Glenwood springs.If you have a ATV to ride? It call Flattop Mt in downtown north side.look for gondola end.you can drive to the Top.you can park and ride for Free! Open to the public.but don't forget Water Mr Happy camper!
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Beware Of This Place
They will promise you all kinds of activities for you and your children to do, take your( $94.00 in our case because of 1 dog and 2 kids) " non refundable" payment, check you in, let you hook up...........Then inform you none of the activities are open, due to supposedly being short on staff!
September 24, 2016 - reviewed by Kenny
Great views, great location to Glenwood hot springs and the park is within a few steps of the Colorado River, very unfriendly. It was $60 plus a night with a vet struck cancellation policy. The bike rentals were closed for the season and the rafting / zip line closed unless 3 reservations. There were no trash cans at all located in the property except the metal dumpers and they were
extremely heavy to lift the lids. No cable tv if that is an interest. Very expensive laundry.
September 16, 2016 - reviewed by Atburt
It is a bit on the expensive side, but the views riverside are outstanding. The surrounding bike trail is a great ride along the river. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again.
August 18, 2016 - reviewed by Tim
Not Bad But Over Priced
Nice park. Well cared for. Could use some grass. Lots of activities.
Feel it is over priced. Cost over $80.00 for a night stay
June 26, 2016 - reviewed by Traveling Through
Late Night Stop
We decided to stop about 11PM so we pulled into Glenwood Resort because the KOA down the road was completely booked up. We went to the office but it was surprisingly closed (we figured there would be a night attendant since it is a resort) It listed the RV camping was 70$ a night after tax and showed the people with reservations however they had no way to pay. We found two open spots and after talking to the people next to them we ended up hooking up and staying down by the river. (If you have a large RV we don't recommend going down there it's extremely difficult to turn around when they are booked up like they were) We paid when we left and recommend they do a night check in box. Also if you camp down by the river expect to be woken early morning by an extremely large loud blaring train that goes right along the other side of the river!
June 22, 2016 - reviewed by Ed Lively
On our way west
We needed a spot for the night and rather than drive on to Grand Junction we stopped here for the night. The price was extravagant for the amenities but we were very near the Colorado River and had views of Glenwood Canyon all around us. Our site was full hookup but did not have cable. The campground WiFi wasn't of much use soe we used our Verizon 4G and it works well here. This is a nice campground with lots of family oriented things to keep everyone busy in the out-of-doors.
Our site (108) did have 20_30_50 Amp hookups; it did have water with OK pressure; and it did have a sewer hookup which would not allow a 90 degree adapter without causing the sewer hose to kink. It did not have cable and I didn't check for over the air digital stations.
The laundry only has two stacked apartment size washer and dryer units. It is very pricy ($4 for the washer and $3 for the dryer) and we were surprised they didn't have more with all of the outdoor type activities here.
June 13, 2016 - reviewed by Todd Sargent
Fantastic little Gem right on the Colorado River. Great amenities, clean facilities, access to awesome bike trail. Plus Zip line and rafting adventures directly on premises.
May 6, 2016 - reviewed by John J Ormando
Nice woodsy resort nestled in Glenwood Canyon right next to the Colorado River. Many outdoor activities to include rock climbing, zip lining, bike rentals, various tours, and white water rafting.
For us it was just an overnight stay on our way to Colorado Springs.
I do have to tell you that they have the most severe cancellation and refund policy I've ever encountered. Almost 2 months prior to coming here I made a reservation for one night stay. I made the reservation not realizing that there was a KOA down the road for half the price. Tried to cancel that one night reservation, but would have forfeited the whole nights charge. Would have excepted a $10 charge for cancellation such as KOA's policy.
Shame on me for not looking into more campgrounds in the area before I made the reservation.
Shame on them for having such an RV camper unfriendly, and very severe cancellation and refund policy.
October 7, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Glenwood Canyon Resort Campground
GPS: 39.56034, -107.29359
On the paved 16.2 mile bike trail through the canyon. Breathtaking scenery!