28 total RV Sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 60 ft, full hookups, pull thrus, tent sites, WiFi, showers, restrooms, laundry, propane, phone, clubhouse, game room, hiking, ping pong, pool table, playground and horseshoes.
Open May 15th thru October 1st (weather permitting). PA is valid for 1 night max. PA discount is valid Sunday thru Thursday nights only. PA discount is not valid during holidays and holiday weekends. No discounts on tent sites. Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Please call ahead to check availability. See website for cancellation policy. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. Horses welcome. *Additional charge per pet.
Located 4.5 miles from Stratton. Dirt road short route: From I-70 take Exit 419.9 and take frontage road, (Road 31) on South side of interstate heading East. Stay on this road for 4.4 miles. The park is at the intersection of 31 & R. Alternate route to avoid dirt road: From I-70 take Stratton Exit 419.9. Go North on Colorado Avenue past Ampride to blinking red light. At the light, turn West (left) on HWY 24. At Road 30 directly across from golf course, turn South. Go 4 miles to and turn East on Road R. It is a dirt road. Go 1 mile on Road R. The park sits on the corner of R and 31and is surrounded by trees.
Our park sits on 4 acres (over 500 total park owned acres) and offers only 28 spaces to keep it uncrowded and peaceful. One guest described it as "boondocking with hookups". Once you arrive at the Park you will see the gently rolling hills of the High Plains Prairie with wide open spaces. We offer a 1,500 sq. ft. clubhouse with a pool table, ping pong table, darts and full kitchen. Outside we have a play set for children and horseshoe pits. The park is in development and more outdoor amenities are on their way. If you like to hike or hunt for beautiful rocks, travel down the country road past our prairie dog town where you will see them scampering about in the coolness of the morning or evening. Continue on to our pasture where you will find a dry creek bed full of beautiful sparkling rocks (samples of found rocks are in our office and even include petrified wood!) then on to the bluffs overlooking the area where you can see for miles. You can just imagine what the Native Americans saw. Several tribes inhabited this area. You may find old relics from both the Homesteaders and the Indigenous Tribes. Ask about our guided tour to this area or you can set out on your own and take all the time you'd like to explore. Take a lunch and picnic at the bluffs.