Johnson's Corner RV Retreat
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
In reading the previous review I think many things must have changed in the last few years. This is NO resort! It is a very tight camping "space" comprised almost entirely of permanent residents and it feels/looks like it. I guess grass goes away during the Winter as there was nothing but gravel and mud anywhere around our site. We were in a 40' motor home and while I did get in and out, the unfriendly gal at the desk was surprised to find that we were able to get into our site. The campground office is closed Sun/Mon during the Winter (this was in April) so you grab your own site and stop by the office on Tuesday.
Yes, there is a fitness room and the wifi does work. However, at $34/night this is not somewhere we would ever visit again.
The next visit to this area will have us staying about 15 minutes to the South at the St. Vrain State Park (we checked out and moved!)
This park is occupied for the most part by permanent residents w/piles of junk around their units. The sites are highly uneven gravel and stacked one upon another. Though they claim to have grass and trees both are hard to find. As is typical of many parks today they claim to have WIFI, but it only worked intermittently. Restrooms were clean, but that is about the only thing positive one could say about the place.
Convienient place to stay
We stay here every year . . . its close to Estes Park and very affordable. The amenities are always clean and the personnel are helpful. Though sometimes a bit over worked we think. It’s a busy RV park because of the ideal location. Ear plugs would come in handy for those who have very acute hearing because it is located right next to I-25 and the traffic is almost always high. That’s the only complaint we have ever heard from fellow travelers. ;-)
Ammenities worth the price
Pricey but worth it. The good points: It is the best park in the area for the cost. They've got a great pool, rec hall and workout room. Lots of grassy areas and nice people, super friendly staff. The bad points; Tree shade here WILL block your satellite connectivity. They did just hire a smart networking guy who installed a brand new Wi-Fi system which works GREAT. So skip the dish and go right for the Wi-Fi, which is free. Also, sites can be really tight, even for us, in our 24' 5er. Otherwise though, we're glad we stayed. It definitely has a resort feel, and is nice splurge.