We spent eight days in this campground in our new 33/ft 5th wheel,and it might as well have been eight months. We couldn't leave fast enough. I have never stayed in such poor accommodations. Let me share our vacation nightmare.
All sites are to small to accommodate todays trailer size. The camp site guide even agrees with that. Once we got in we were unable to use the patio because we were right on top of it . Once the slide went out it was covered. We couldn't move over without being in the next site. We also couldn't use our awing because we were so close to a Aspen tree branch. I will say one of the grounds keepers did come by and cut it off so we could use half of it for shade. There was approximately 5 ft from our trailer door to the dirt retaining wall that led to the public bathrooms. These were open all night which provided a soothing sound of whoosh, thump periodically though out the night. They did finally locked the bathrooms after 10pm because someone put paper towels in the stool and clogged it up. Lucky us. The other great thing about our site was we were informed that if it rains we needed to pickup our patio rug, lawn chairs, cooler anything we had out( that's in the gravel driveway) because the retaining wall washes out and would cover everything in mud and sand. If this isn't enough they were landscaping the grounds above the retaining wall and the bathroom sidewalk with new plants that required a deer repellant that to quote a fellow camper passing by, "This smells like manure." Lucky us again.
I could just keep going, but it doesn't get any better. One positive thing, Colorado is a great big state and the Rocky Mountains spread out a long way. The next time we visit we won't be staying in any Trout Haven properties.
If you choose to stay here, good luck.
Larry & Paula R
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Estes Park’s premier destination for RV vacationers, Manor RV Park features 110 spacious, paved sites, well groomed grounds, newly renovated bathroom and shower facilities, paved roads, clubhouse and a friendly, neighborly ambiance. It’s just a stone’s throw from Rocky Mountain National Park and minutes from great shops and restaurants in downtown Estes Park. ... more less