We were worried before arrival, as we hadn’t been required to pre-pay a deposit or leave cc details to secure our reservation. We arrived outside office hours and needn’t have worried, as paperwork was taped to the office door, clearly showing our name and giving all the details we needed. They even left an adaptor at the electrical hook-up for us. We had a key to our allocated shower/toilet room, one of the eight in the same block. This was very clean and well kept. The Park was well maintained, with lots of wild rabbits running around.
Owner Nancy was really helpful and gave us bus times and taxi numbers to help us get around Denver.
The bus stop is right outside the Park and the bus (#44) into downtown Denver cost $2.25 each and took about 40 minutes each way.
There are some restaurants close by, but as we wanted Thai food, we walked for about half an hour to ‘Thai Green & Sushi’, along the main Youngfield Street. Our meal there was fantastic!
The next night, we took a taxi (about $30 each way) to ‘The Grizzly Rose’, where we had a fast food meal and several beers, whilst watching country bands and trying to work out how the line dancing worked.