I called to see if there were any available spots. The guy was pleasant until he found out we were 3 1/2 hours away. I then asked if there was anything available the next three nights his answer was we’re “pretty” booked but yet not fully booked. I’d say he had an issue with someone from out of town wanting to stay at his campground. I have a friend who lives in Eagle Colorado and hopefully they will pass this on to others there was no reason for his rudeness.
A wonderful overnight stay in this beautiful canyon on hwy 70. Nestled along the hey over looking the river it’s a piece of paradise with friendly staff, clean restrooms, showers, and pull thru sites. Much to do and see in the area if you have the time to take a break and experience Glenwood Springs.
The staff is very friendly. The entrance is hard to see so make sure to slow down. We missed the turn and had to go to the end of the road and turnaround. The park itself is right off I70. You can see the Colorado River but are looking over I70 that is between the park and the river. Road noise didn’t seem to bother us. On a modern hill side. Some spots are steep. There are holes in the road so watch out. This park served the purpose for us for one night. Not sure we will be back but the staff was very nice.
Traveling from Utah this was a convenient stop not far off the highway. We booked over the phone with very friendly and helpful service. Arrived at 2:00 and were offered a few choices of sites. We choose 22. The view of the river and the Eagles flying by was beautiful. The highways noise is a bit of a downer, but earplugs for sleeping solved that. We asked to add a night and the owner was very accommodating. Convenient location to town and hanging lake as well as the adventure park! (Holy cow was that something) The price was $40.00 a night for full hook ups, we found that to be very affordable!
Typical RV park with lots of gravel and mom and pop character. People were nice enough and it was a fair price to proximity to town, but a fair number of "permanent" residents among the traveling visitors.