January 11, 2020 - reviewed by Chris
Glad It Was Available But...
So we were looking for somewhere cheap in CO to stay for a night. Found this campground on this app.
Called, got some info.
When we got there... couldn't find camp host at first....eventually a nice lady came to help.
It had snowed so we didnt really have a good spot to pull in, just had to pull in knowing I MIGHT get stuck.(she said they'd pull me out if so)
We pulled into our spot and began immediately noticing the dog poop everywhere (on top of snow and in any bare spot, we had to assume the ground was covered under the snow also. Turns out everyone there (about 5 full timers) had multiple dogs that seemed to run freely and poop everywhere (and nobody seemed to pick it up).
There is no sewer at each site so all these people use the public restroom also. I didnt check it but assume it wasnt too clean with that many people using it.
October 7, 2019 - reviewed by TonyD
1 Night Only
Arrived before sunset, choice of 4 spots. The one I used was level enough. I Would Not Want To Attempt To Set Up When Dark!!!!!
Appear to be lots of fulltime people but great for one or two nights. Would use again, $20 dry, $25 electric; water and dump station available.
July 25, 2019 - reviewed by Bryan
Not a bad area for a campground, but terrible layout. Electric hookups are all at the front of the sites, so without an extension, you have to pull into sites instead of back in. Absolutely no signage to tell you where the spaces with electric are. Way overpriced at $25/nt.
March 22, 2018 - reviewed by Panchonlefty
Beautiful area with some nice trees, birds, amazing stars. However, campground was closed, note saying it will open in May. $12 basic site, $15 electric.
September 13, 2017 - reviewed by Otis Fudpucket
Greenhorn Meadows Park Campground
Nice old campground with mat thure trees and some open meadows along a bluff with a small slow moving creek.
This could be a really excellent place if it only received a little TLC from the city.
Many sites are a little short for larger RVs. No sewer and the only dump station is OTS and looks like it has been for quite awhile. Several all weather hose bibs are scattered about but no indications whether or not water is potable. The sites with electricity have 30 amp only outlets with no circuit breaker on pedestals located at roadside on back in sites.
Almost all signage is unreadable as it appears to have never been maintained.
This place is a real diamond in the rough but as it is it's just a good cheap overnight stay for weary travellers at $12/night without electricity and $15 with.
September 9, 2017 - reviewed by LloydInCO
Small older park but nice. 4-5 fill stations for water. No sign of camp host. Honor pay station at entrance. Fishing lake nearby. Clean showers and restroom.