$5 self-pay. Two lanes for dumping. There is also potable water at this location. I believe if you do potable water only it is free, but the ranger directed us to near site #7 in the campground for potable water for jugs. You can fill tanks...
We stayed here two separate occasions for about for 15 days total. We stayed here early August and after some medical issues detoured us, came back in the first part of September. Overall, it was a nice, free area for camping, and we would stay...
We stayed here for two weeks in the first part of August 2019. Beautiful water, quiet, serene and peaceful spot. However, the mosquitoes were brutal. We would think twice about staying here only because of the mosquitoes. Otherwise, it is a...
We stayed here for a little over two weeks in late July 2019. Excellent place to stay and explore the Leadville area. The max stay here is two weeks, but we did end up staying a few extra days to help time our next stop.
Great dump station. Easy in and out with plenty of room. There is a donation box, so please donate so the city can continue to provide this awesome service. Separate connections for fresh and flush water. We couldn't flush because there was no...
Most of the other reviews had the detail. $5 to dump, $2.50 for water. There is a self-pay station or you can go inside during normal business hours. It is a busy dump and the potable water is used for flushing so it can take a little longer to...
We stayed here for two weeks in the end of March, beginning of April 2019 in spot #18. It is $14 per night unless you have a senior or Access (disability) National Park pass, then it is $7 per night. There is an entry fee to the park as well,...
We stayed here for 1.5 weeks in the first part of July 2019. Overall, it was a decent place to stay. I can’t say for sure if we would camp here again. If we did, I would try for a non-holiday weekend.
Access was good. ...
We stayed a week and half in late June 2019. The camping areas are very easy to find and are directly off Lake Como Road which is off Hwy 150 (main road that leads to Great Sand Dunes NP). There is a BLM sign at the turn to the right. The GPS...
We stayed here for a week and a half in the middle of June 2019. We are a 30 ft travel trailer with a Ram 2500. I’d say between all three loops, there were probably 8-10 sites where we would fit. Some of those spots were taken when we arrived...
"$5 dump and potable water!"
"Free and close to Rocky Mountain NP"
"Beautiful but horrible mosquitoes "
"Busy (but beautiful) boondocking area"
"Beautiful and easy access to beach"
"Easy Access and Busy Area"
"Great BLM spot near Great Sand Dunes National Park"
"Good National Park Campground"
"Lovely, spacious state park"
"Nice amenities and quiet during off-season"
"Dispersed or campground camping"
"No frills, cheap campground"
"Come for the camp hosts!"
"Great campground, but no internet"
"Old state park, needs a bit of work"
"Lovely, older state park"
"Nice Florida campground"
"Free camping in Florida"
"Nice, scenic campground"
"Nice county park near the water"
"Beautiful spot close to FL attrations"
"Great, no frills campsite near beautiful mountain scenery"
"Nice wooded campground with a lake"
"Good, remote”ish” campground"
"Quiet campground, near Milwaukee"
"Remote, nice campground"
"Great camping near Lake Huron"
"Great county park near Lake Michigan"
"Great camping near National Monument"
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