Hitch'n Post Campground & RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Awesome place to stay!
Everything is so well kept, quiet park and super friendly owners! Loved it.
Few and Far Between
Eastern Colorado could easily be a new State called West Kansas. This area is wide open with towns few and far between and RV Parks even worse. This very nice little rv park is almost alone on the entire length of US385 in Colorado. "The Wray Hitch'n Post" has been under new ownership for a year and the new owners are trying very hard to update and expand. I can attest to them being busy every day keeping the park looking nice with green lawns and flowers.
This is a small park with 20 sites. The long, pull through sites are level gravel and full hookup. Most of them are occupied by permanents and seasonals, though the owners keep a couple open for travelers, as they did for us.
Call for a reservation. They are great people and will do what they can to accommodate. There are back-in sites with trees and grass, something the pull throughs don't have, if you can give up sewer and unhook your tow.
All sites are 30/50amp, close but not impossible. A couple of picnic tables are in little park vignettes but none at the sites. This park is a rest or business stop not a destination.
The park and all the long term sites are very clean and neat, very well maintained. The permanents appear to be power line workers. They must work hard, it is very quiet at night. The owners live on the property, the "Office" is the front room of their house. The nights are well lit with lights on the power pedestals.
The bathrooms and showers are small in the same bldg as the laundry. The entire area was clean and comfortable. The bathrooms were cleaned daily. Under the previous owners the showers were "pay". This requirement has been discontinued, though the pay boxes remain with tape across them.
This park is South of Wray on a hill crest of US385 there is some truck noise esp. "Jake Brakes". The park's biggest problem has to be signage. There is a large, lit at night, sign at the entrance that is so weathered that it is almost totally bleached out and illegible. It is hard enough to locate this park in the daytime because of all the beautiful evergreen trees that surround the park for privacy. This park is a great stop for 'R and R' , slow down going south out of Wray and watch for it.