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I travel all over the United States and this RV park was without question the best I've ever been to.
It's family owned and they are very much hands on. From the very moment we arrived they made us feel like family. RV sites are...More
Response from SkyMountainResortRV, Owner at Sky Mountain Resort RV ParkResponded 1 week ago
Thanks Greg....we know what it's like having mechanical issues on the road.
I was happy to help and also brushed up on my mechanical apptitude.
Great owners -- really nice and helpful. Loved their riverside RV sites -- beautiful views. You can fish right off the bank. Some nice shade trees. Wifi was ok, but not great. No cable TV available, but got some antenna reception. Very quiet and peaceful.
Friendly owners and staff. Park well maintained. Sunny, shady and river sites available. No cable TV. Right on the river with fishing access. Great place to relax and enjoy nature. Will definitely be returning to this park.
We originally planned on staying here one night before taking a trip on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic railroad. We figured that we would drive our rig to the rail station in the morning and continue on after that. Bill, the owner, offered to drive...More
Stayed at Sky Mountain resort 9/25 and 9/26. Would give additional stars if allowed. Beautiful, peaceful location with the cleanest baths and showers I've seen anywhere. The owners are wonderful and not only did they drive me to the train and pick me up after...More
It depends on your route. According to Google, one route is listed as 504 miles and takes 8+ hours. My hunch is that is may take longer due to stops for gas, breaks, meals, traffic, etc. No matter what route you go the... More
It depends on your route. According to Google, one route is listed as 504 miles and takes 8+ hours. My hunch is that is may take longer due to stops for gas, breaks, meals, traffic, etc. No matter what route you go the last 100+ will not be on interstate. A full day's drive is my best estimate.