We could see why this would have been one of Colorado's premier state parks and campgrounds, but unfortunately, so many trees have been cut down. We stayed on Bridge Island (tent only), and you could see all the tree stumps. But basically it is tree-less now. Because all of the tent sites are out in the open, there is little to no privacy and it can get very, very windy, and when it's not windy, very hot. That said, we still had fun. The marina area is small and friendly, and we rented paddle boats. If you have your own boats, you can go right up to your campsite. A lot of people were water skiing and that looked like a blast. Steamboat Springs, of course, is a wonderful place to visit nearby (30 minute drive). A fun place, but just don't expect a tent site nestled in the trees. You will definitely be out in the open and most all of the trees are gone. Pearl Lake, nearby, is undergoing a lot of tree removal, also, so there are a lot of downed trees and equipment. It looks like it also used to be an amazing place. No marina, though, but much quieter and the campsites themselves still have a lot of trees.