We loved Mueller State Park. We have only been campers for 4 years but to date my husband and I think this is the nicest place we have ever stayed. We had camp site # 5. The site was very private. We were the last campsite on the road so we had company on one side and bathroom on the other. The site was not all that level so if you had a camper I would choose #4 it was a lot flatter. The bathrooms were fantastic. Had a laundromat which was much needed because we had come from the Sand Dunes and needless to say we had sand EVERYWHERE. The rangers were all very friendly. We were about 30 minutes from Colorado Springs. The park had nice trails although no dogs were allowed on the trail. One morning we had a bear run past our campsite. We had heard that he was also spotted again the next day. The view of the mountains was gorgeous. I got up early, made a hot cup of coffee and just sat there staring at them for a good 15 minutes. Wish I could do it over. Got pretty cold at night and we got a lot of these nuisance rain showers that would last like 10 minutes (I hear that is how it is in the mountains sometimes) When we left Mueller one day it was in the 60's and one hour later when we arrived at Garden of the Gods it was in the 90's. Dress in layers if you go out and about. The campground also seemed to have a lot of senior citizens. It was a very quiet peaceful place and we look forward to going back someday.
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