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Camped there in September and the pool and hot tub were already closed down, the mini-golf has been open in years. roads are dirt and not very wide so it makes backing into a spot very difficult. Staff is not friendly or overly helpful. The...More
Convenient park and easy walk across the bridge to a nearby restaurant. The facilities were clean and the area was grassy. Estes Park downtown was minutes away via vehicle. A pleasant stay on the east side of the park.
We live in Windsor, Colorado and love to get up to Estes Park for camping get aways. We went up and paid for 10 days just before Spruce Lake RV Park closes for the season. We did not realize how difficult the employees could be...More
We (my husband and I) stayed here for three nights in September. We had a site right next to the river, which was very nice, and we camp in a tent camper.
The sites are very level, and we had a site complete with electric,...More
Enjoyed our time at spruce lake.1st day got to see elk right on the property and hear them bugling at night!! Loved that. We had a riverside site but really had a hard time hearing the river unless we put our chairs there. Tons of...More
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It's Colorado - you can't leave a tarp, awning, or gazebo up and unattended at all! We have seen the unexpected gust of wind and the damage it can do. We saw a grown man try to grab his gazebo and he went airborne at least... More
It's Colorado - you can't leave a tarp, awning, or gazebo up and unattended at all! We have seen the unexpected gust of wind and the damage it can do. We saw a grown man try to grab his gazebo and he went airborne at least 15 feet straight up. Same goes for the inflatable jumping houses- management may have saved you the cost of property damage had your tarp or hammock been taken by the wind and hit someone's expensive rv