September 28, 2022 - reviewed by Skipwatson1951
Slightly Better Than Avg NP CG
Stayed in a dry camping area, in Apache Loop, right next to the bathroom. Pretty good wifi most of the time ... but not always. 1 bar of AT&T without our booster, 3 with. Bathrooms were clean and well stocked with tp. With our government's stance on washing our hands so much, due to Covid, you'd think they'd provide soap in the bathroom. But, you'd be wrong. Spigot outside the bathrooms for filling water bottles. Fill your RV at either of the 2 dump stations. 2 dump holes at each one, so 2 can dump at the same time. Lots of generators going all day and evening, so can be noisy. Usually quieted down by about 8 pm. Large coin operated laundry by the shower rooms. Seemed to be a lot of animal hair in the washers, even though signs said don't wash animal bedding. Fair sized camp store where you register, and a Cafe next to that. Gas station if you absolutely are sucking fumes and can't drive the 11 miles into Cortez for gas. Prices are crazy expensive. Would stay again.
May 9, 2019 - reviewed by K Sprinter
Poorly Maintained NP Campground
Sites aren't level, no water pressure at all!! Had to fill fresh water tank and run off the water pump the whole time. Wifi is spotty at best and no cell phone signal. Not a great view within the campground, you're better off staying in a nicer campground outside the park.
July 6, 2018 - reviewed by Amy T
Best Campground in Area
If you are going to camp and see the cliff dwellings, Morefield Campground is the best place to stay. The park is huge and the roads are slow/winding. Reserve early if you want hookups! There are only a dozen or so full hookups for RVs, and all other spots are dry. Spots are assigned for the hookup sites upon arrival. Reserved dry spots are pick-your-own when you arrive. The hookup spots are more exposed. The sites are dry/dusty, so a fine layer of dust will cover inside your RV or tent. Bathrooms are decent with flush toilets and running water, although there is no soap or hand dryer. Free showers are available where you check-in. They are huge, have good water pressure and have lots of hot water. The park has a $20 entrance fee per car to get into Mesa Verde National Park on top of the campsite fee.
October 16, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
Not A NP
This campground is a contracted campground to the NP. Aramark. They have taken it over and jacked up the prices. 30 for non electic sites and higher for the electric. It is ludicrus. 10$ for a bundle of wood.
August 22, 2016 - reviewed by Star & Mickey
Love The Cliff Dwellings
We tent camped for only 1 night. It was a nice experience and quiet. Deer all around in the morning. Tent site had trees so good shade. Showers are a short drive away but free and clean. Loved the Balcony House tour!!!