|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$34.00 - $54.00|
|Daily||$45.00 - $65.00|
Gravel roads and pads and big rig friendly. Fair amount a space between sites. Full hook-ups, but a little dated in appearance. Did have good voltage and water pressure. Biggest drawback was train noise and highway noise, but tolerable.
We like to stay at KOA's, there is a level of standard. And this one was amazing. The staff was very helpful. It is labeled a "holiday" meaning there is food on sight (very reasonably priced) and things for the kids to do. My kids loved their new splash pad area. It was amazing from my 6 year old to my teen. Even my husband had fun playing with the kids in it. Will certainly stay again when we come through again
Stayed in pull-thru site #197 with a Motorhome and a Jeep toad. Site was level and open with a upscale stone base. Did not use the facilities but they appreared to be first rate. We would be happy to stay here again!
Imagine waking up to the beautiful view of Pikes Peak (14,115 feet above sea level), the most visited mountain in North America. Visit Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds (try the Bat-a-Pult ride!) and other area attractions. Stay in a fully equipped Cabin, pitch a tent or pull into an RV site (including extra-large sites). If you are planning a rally or family reunion, this KOA has a hall for those scrumptious potlucks, or have them catered by the staff. During the summer, enjoy a dip in the heated pool or relax in the hot tub. Dont feel like cooking? Try the all-you-can-eat pancakes for breakfast or a homemade pizza or tasty barbecue plate for dinner. Pets will have a great time being with their families, meeting new dogs, running in the dog park or trying out the agility park. There are three horse corrals for your larger pets. With so many things to do at KOA and in the area, you will want to stay as long as you can! The campground staff looks forward to seeing you.