This was a great place to stay. I'm not big on camping because of shower situations but this gave us a great experience. The bungalow was very clean and updated. This is the perfect, pet friendly, affordable place....no hidden fees either! To have dog parks, a pond, a convenient store, resturants, a bar and so much more on property, you won't want to leave.
So much fun, lots of different lodging/camping options, they do close the pool at the first sugn of clouds but otherwise, its a nice pool .. We have an RV and they have plenty of great spots for that, but we did a small lodge, and it was clean, super functional, and a total win! We are going to try and do this yearly!
We stayed at "River Run" for 8 nights and it was wonderful. The place is full of amenities, I don't think they missed anything when building this place. Restaurants and bars on site, great pool and hottub area, ice cream station, bowling alley, arcade, outdoor games, bike rental, golf cart rental, laundry, fire wood, small camp store, etc................... We really couldn't' find anything negative about this place, the staff was great, location was very close to the national park entrance, multiple dog park areas and lots of places to walk the dogs. They had daily activities for everyone, tie dye shirts, crafts for kids, etc......... We stayed in a pull-thru RV site 85, it was very spacious, we had enough room for our 32 ft motorhome, car trailer and car. All concreate with fire pit and picnic table. The overall park is pretty large, it is walkable but would suggest bringing bikes or a golf cart. Really enjoyed this park, would definitely return.…
The resort was really nice. We stayed in a tiny home/ vacation rental. Is was very comfortable. The service was great in the restaurants but the food was terrible. We really weren’t expecting much but it was very disappointing. We had lunch by the pool that wasn’t bad but the food in the restaurant with the bowling alley was horrible. There were six people in our party and no one was able to finish their meal. Just a heads up when you advertise as a resort make sure the cooks you hire are as good as the accommodations.
First, this is not camping, but that is more than ok. We have been here 4 times with our trailer and it is perfect for plugging in and letting the kids hang. . Great access to hiking near lake Granby and of course the towns. Sites are spacious, clean, flat and the check in and out is reasonable (unlike many KOA) The pool is a bit small for how many people are staying here but the bowling is fun and the outdoor amenities are great.
Very fun place for families with kids. Clean and well maintained common buildings, pool, RV camp sites etc. The common restrooms with showers could have been a bit more maintained. Many shower/bathroom rooms did not have locking doors and guest were always walking in on someone or having someone walk in on you. This park gets very busy and you will have many many many RV's right next to you. Most campers very friendly and respectful. The only downside to this type of camping was the number of barking dogs from early morning and throughout the day. It seemed almost every camper had one dog or more. The campers didn't seemed to not think about quieting their dogs.
Just got back from a week long stay in mid-may. We stayed in the Bear Claw unit which was perfect for us with 2 separate bedrooms-full bath-full kitchen. Thoroughly enjoyed able to sit on the porch and look at the snow covered mountains. Each unit appears to have a great gas grill-nice picnic table- and a fire pit. It is a HUGE resort with the most amenities I have ever seen at a RV/cabin facility. Pickle ball - basket ball - putting greens- boci ball-bean bag toss-bowling alley - the list goes on and on. It does appear a lot of surrounding communities are seasonal and don’t fully open until around Memorial Day. One of the entrances to the Rocky Mountain Nation Park is only a short drive away and hiking trails and wildlife are abundant. Just a great experience and would not hesitate to return.…
Stayed in a 2 bedroom villa over Christmas holiday and it was spectacular. The villa had everything you could possibly need, super spacious and clean fully stocked kitchen. They pick up your trash twice a day, check in was fast and easy. I always saw staff outside clearing snow. This resort is close to the grocery store and Grandby ranch for skiing. I highly recommend.
This is a huge park; sites are large and spaced will. Restaurants, Bars, Pools, Ponds, Basketball, Pickle Ball, much more. Only 20 minutes to Rocky Mountain National Park. We camped at River Run RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: friendly staff, easy check-in, full hookups, pull-through concrete pads, valet trash pick up, very quiet area, wildlife ( pack of foxes who live in the area). We noticed the foxes never get close to your RV or while you are walking. Close to downtown Granby with several restaurants. laundry facilities and dog parks. Cons: laundry facilities and dog parks should be cleaned more often. laundry facilities had dog hair on the floor and inside the washers. also, careless dog owners did not clean up after their dogs.