Brush Municipal Memorial RV & Campground
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Great for an overnight stop
This is basically a parking lot along side a park. It has trees for shade. I can't believe it has 60 sites, as advertised, I'd say more like 20. It also looked like there were 10 or so that pretty much settled in there for the long term. We lucked out and found the last site with electric (that's all you will get, or nothing at all). We got there around 11:30 a.m. and at noon, others were arriving and circling, looking. I don't think any rig larger than ours (we have a 36' mh) would have fit, except for boondocking along the other side, barely. Ok for a free night or two. Quiet, shady, close to town, level. Everyone there was friendly enough. Park next door was nice, very busy with weekend parties and events.
Great quiet place
I make it a point to stay there. Careful for the electric boxes. Test first. Otherwise I plan to stay there in April
The city of Brush, CO offers up this campground nestled amongst their Memorial Park grounds. The park offers a public swimming pool, playground, pond with walking & running trails and is all within an easy stroll to their quaint downtown with pizza, coffee shop, bar, movie theatre and dining.
Classic small town vibe - and best of all?? The first night is FREE!! Yes, electrical hook-ups for your RV for free if you're just passing through. Score! Extra nights are just $10, and there is a 7 day limit.
Now, their website says the campground has 60 sites (12 with hook-ups) - not sure exactly how they'd all fit in, but I suppose it could happen during their tourist season. Mostly the sites are parallel parking. There are flush restrooms and showers - just don't expect doors on the stalls.
Sprint had a 3G signal most of the time, and AT&T is using off network towers (Edge speed with limited data usage).