|Daily||$56.00 - $56.00|
First, it's Limon CO. Not Aspen CO. Second, it's Limon, CO.I have stayed at many KOA sites so for this area, I gave it 5 stars. They are doing the best they can with the location. Free WiFi and TV channels. Clean pool and grounds. Chinese Elm trees are trying to stage a comeback. Although the site is sandwiched between two busy highways, The traffic noise was not heard. We got a site on July 3rd, no prior reservation, when all other KOA camps were full. Pizza and other hot snacks available at the little camp store. No complaints so far.
I will start off by saying that we didn't end up staying there but I wanted to tell you about our experience because we did stop to check it out. Other reviews for this place sound really nice. That was not our experience. It was really run down looking and for $42 a night it seemed like a rip off. The staff who helped us, a guy in his mid 40's, yelled at us as soon as he saw us because we hadn't knocked on his house door yet. (We were there about 60 seconds, just trying the office door & looking around) then was rude while we were checking in. We asked if we could walk out and look at our spot before we paid, and you could tell that made him mad. He motioned to the door and huffed "51". After we got out of the building I confirmed with my boyfriend that he was being super rude. So we went back in and said we were going to try our luck closer to denver. He just huffed again and said good luck really sarcastically. We stopped at the next koa and they were super nice!
We stayed here one night we stopped with a reservation at about 4:30 it was half full and filled up by 7. We saw at least 5 RVs pulled in with No Reservations that were turned away. Nice pool - easy pull through but not a lot of room.