This is one of many excellent CO State Parks. Nothing terribly fancy but sites for all users. Dry camping, elec. only or full hookups. If you have a tow vehicle, just be sure you are actually hooked up when you arrive or you have to pay for a second vehicle. There are different rates if you are a resident or have an annual pass but the price listed is out of state full-hookup and the daily park fee. Still very reasonable for this area.
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 is a park comprised mostly of permanents but there are plenty of sites available to those passing through. It is well kept and very easy to get in and out of no matter the size of your rig. I believe all of the sites would be considered back-in so if you need a pull-through you should check before coming.
The office staff was very nice and helpful and they provide an escort to your site.
We would definately return should be require a campground in this part of OK again.
We have a 40' motorhome. We stayed on a weekly rate for a discount below the daily rate.