60 total RV sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 55ft. 20/30/50 Amp. Full hookups, pull thrus, RV storage, tent sites, WiFi, restrooms, showers, swimming pool, horseshoes, ice, picnic tables, playground, store, vending machine, nature watching, and recycling.
Closed November to March. PA is not valid May thru September. PA is valid Monday thru Thursday. PA is valid for two nights max. PA is valid once every 30 days. PA not valid all major holidays. Reservations preferred. No discounts on tent sites. Campground is on well water. A filter for RV and drinking water for occupants is NEEDED. CASH ONLY. Pets welcome, must be leashed. *Tax included. Add'l charge over 40 feet may, please call. Rates are for 1 RV, 2 people, 1 pet and 1 vehicle. Add'l charge for each add'l person and pet.
25 miles from Big Horn Canyon. Do Not follow GPS, we are Mile Marker 298, south side of Hwy 50. (A short left hand turn lane if coming from the east).
Open range type setting with a great view and beautiful sunsets on mountains.
Cook outs/pot lucks on most major holidays.
Located 10 minutes to Pueblo Reservoir: prime fishing waters & a swimming beach, 20 miles from Canyon City, Royal Gorge and rafting. 25 miles from Big Horn Canyon. Pueblo: Riverwalk, Fire Museum, Aircraft Museum, Zoo, and City Dog Park with agility course. Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Garden of the Gods, and Manitou Springs. Florence: Antique shopping and arts. Cripple Creek: Gambling, Gold Mine Tours, Museum, and shopping. Gorgeous drive to Bishop’s Castle is a couple hour roundtrip.
We spent 4 nights at this campground in late September and found it to be a very nice park with good views of the Rocky Mountains. Our FHU, pull-thru site easily held both our 35' Class A, dolly and toad. The campground, showers and pool areas were very clean and the park had been landscaped with several very interesting rock gardens. Pool was immaculate, but a bit too cool for our thin Florida blood. We visited Cripple Creek casinos,Victor, Canon City and relatives in Pueblo using this RV park as base. Walmart, restaurants and shopping were about 10-15 miles east or west on HWY 50 from this park. Owners were on site and very nice.
We stayed for one week and found this park to be quiet and friendly. Great owners and residents. Very helpful with information about the area. Would stay here again.
We stayed over night at Haggards. What a pleasant, wonderful staff. We went into Pueblo to have breakfast and the lady at the office told us to take our time...no hurry to depart. We took her up on it and didn't leave until the afternoon. Beautiful prairie view and mountains in the background. We will definately be back! The Haswells
We stayed one week at Haggards RV Park west of Pueblo Colorado on route 50. We were treated like royalty. The friendly staff were constantly working on improvements to the park. They had fantastic Wi-Fi. The TV reception was very good. The showers were the cleanest I have used this entire year. My whole experience was a complete triple A plus. I was in complete awe at the views of the mountains, so peaceful, so beautiful. I wish to thank the owners and staff for a truly great experience. John Ziegler.