St. Vrain State Campground | Established Campground

United States

Details

Last Visited: 8 months ago
GPS: 40.17101, -104.98326
Altitude: 1476.5 masl
Place Website: www.cpwshop.com/campinghome.page
Phone: 1-800-244-5613

Amenities

Electricity: Yes - At Sites
Wifi: Yes - Average
Kitchen: No
Restaurant: No
Showers: Hot
Water: Potable
Toilets: Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly: Yes
Tent Friendly: Yes
Pet Friendly: Yes
Sanitation Dump Station: Unknown

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Description

A newer campground with many sites, most of which have electricity. Some have water as well. It costs us $33 per night! Which included a state park fee. The only unfortunate aspect of this park is that it is right next to I-25 so there is considerable road noise from the traffic. There is also a couple of walking paths around the ponds where there's a lot of bird life to be seen.

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LOTS of Freeway noise. Nice free showers. Wonderful walking paths around ponds. Reservations required.

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this place is full of Karens and reservation only. they have a kiosk that you can pay at which we did, but its just for day use. the 14yo "park rangers" are cunts. this park is basically a retirement home for rich people in $250k+ RVs.

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Very nice state park and lots of camp sites some with just electric and some with full electric and water. Very nice bathrooms with showers. Showers cost $0.75 for 4 minutes, $0.25 for each additional minute.
We arrived around 10pm and found it difficult to reserve/secure a site. There was a website and a number to make a reservation. The website said the campsites were walkup and couldn’t be reserved. When we called the number, they said there weren’t any sites available. We ended up just pulling in to a site and paying the ranger in the morning when he was doing his rounds.
FYI you ALSO need a park pass.

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A newer campground with many sites, most of which have electricity. Some have water as well. It costs us $33 per night! Which included a state park fee. The only unfortunate aspect of this park is that it is right next to I-25 so there is considerable road noise from the traffic. There is also a couple of walking paths around the ponds where there's a lot of bird life to be seen.

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