Park Features & Amenities
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Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Older but still fun
We have stayed here two different times. Be prepared for no phone service, TV or Internet. They offer wifi at the office area but it is unreliable. They also have fishing, tubing, bike rental, mini golf and paddle boats. There is a good restaurant on site, a game room and a small store. There are street dances three times a week as well. All employees seem to be retirees who work for room and board. Most are very nice but there are also a few grumpies who are not good with children or the public. Sites can be crowded, especially for motor homes and longer rvs. Most sites are 30 amp but some are 15. There are bears that come into camp nearly every night to get in the garbage. The park does nothing to keep garbage away from bears, no bear proof trash cans or dumpsters. One bear had to be killed while we were there. The park is for sale so they have been doing a few improvements, like new picnic tables. I am told by other campers who have been coming 30+ years that these are the first new things they have ever seen. A nice place but high rent for no wifi or cable and only 30 amp power.
Went a few times when I was younger and now take my kids. Awesome scenery and good fishing within the park. Caught a 7lb rainbow this summer. A nice relaxing vacation for parents and a lot of things to do for the kids.
Really Is Fun Valley
Fun Valley is located on the South Fork of the Rio Grande river. My coach's front window is 30' from the river.
Some of the spaces are a little hard to get into, but it is worth the trouble. You get to pick the spot you want. Pay when you leave!
The staff is very friendly, and helpful. They have their own trash truck that picks up the trash right at your site.
This is a great place to spend the night or the summer.