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People homesteading at the prime locations all summer, peeing at the edge of the site. Tent sites arranged like tinned fish. Lights on and Loud discussion. Trips to the bathroom, cans dragging to the dumpster at 330 am.
The trees around the camp sites are nice but we will never go back. The boat ramp is anything but friendly and the area is infested with gnats! They also have no showers there and the fee you pay per day pass is outrageous!
This is another six-star place deserving the most stellar reviews! Factoids below:
It's a huge lake, The lake covers 20 sq, miles and the park another 14 square miles. The park has 45 miles of trails. Glendo the town is 205 people. It is literally...More
We had a great time camping and boating. The lake is very large, hardly anyone was out on the lake (or maybe it just felt that way because it's sooo large!) We "dry camped" in our RV since we didn;t have a site with hook-ups...More
Hard to believe we've lived here for over 8 years and are just now finding this gem! It's a very large lake that cannot be appreciated by just what is seen from I25. Lots of really great campsites and pricing is reasonable (particularly with a...More
the reservoir has sandy beaches, rocky beaches, and muddy beaches, but the water is fairly clean and the surrounding shore is pretty. Seems to be good marina service (we swam, but our friends liked the service for their sail boat.)
The campground was very busy (weekend before eclipse) but we had a great spot on Sandy Beach where we were able to be hidden by most of the crowds. The dogs barking were the most annoying of all, but that is lousy owners that left...More