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Reviewed 2 July 2014

We've stayed in the Ridgway yurts a handful of times since 2003 and love the campground - beautiful views, great laundry room, showers, friendly staff and very relaxing. This past time (early in June 2014) we booked a yurt and for $80 a night it should be clean. There's not that many surfaces to clean off. Most of the living area was clean but they seriously need to clean the ceiling fan - it looked like something out of one of those reality tv shows with all the dust and grime absolutely caked in layers.
On this last stay there was a bear (an injured one) that visited and the park rangers were excellent at tracking him through the park and making sure the campers were safe.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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2  Thank Type-A-Mother
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Reviewed 18 June 2014 via mobile

Our boy scout troop camped there and did some cooking, biking, fishing, and hiking. Its nice and clean. Friendly. Boys really enjoyed
Themselves. Definitely would come again. Close to home.great for us for early camping.

  • Stayed: May 2014
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

We stayed in the Dutch Charlie Dakota Terraces. We drove from Moab and arrived in the early afternoon. The workers were all very nice. We just camped here as a walk-in. There were plenty of openings and I did not want to pay the $10 fee to reserve on-line. It is bad enough they charge a $7 entry fee per day on top of the $22 camping fee. They also charge to use the showers. I just don't like to be nickel and dimed to death. It would be better if they would just charge flat fee like $30 per night. The sites and restrooms were clean. The sites were very nice with a patio, fire ring, grill, picnic table or two and some were covered. Our shared water was very convenient. It was right in between our site and the one right next to us. You just have to fill up your tank and unhook the water. No splitters are allowed. A sign is posted on the water faucet and the host came and told us right after we pulled in. The views were of the reservoir and the mountains. The trees are all fairly small in the Terraces. There were a lot more trees in the Elk Ridge Campground. Many of those did not have a view though. Park is an easy drive to Ouray, Montrose and Black Canyon of the Gunnison NP. We would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank DeniseK45
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Reviewed 11 June 2014

After OD-ing on desert scenery in Utah we decided to head for the hills. We left Moab (Yuck!) in the morning and ended up at the Ridgway State Park by early evening. The drive from the 46E to there was lovely. What a great surprise! We found the park was relatively uncrowded and had modern facilities with showers, laundry, etc, The large camp sites had pads for both tents and picnic tables. The sites were clean and nicely spread out so you did not feel like you were on top of your next door neighbors. We pitched our tent in a more expensive "electrical" site (for RVs) but a few cheaper, walk in, tent only sites are available. They really should make more non-electric tent sites available. The views of the nearby snow-capped peaks were spectacular. The staff and rangers were kind and helpful. Lake was just below the campground. Groceries in town were very expensive. Nicely located to begin our trek down the "million dollar hwy" or 550S to Silverton, Durango and eventually Mesa Verde.

Room Tip: We liked the system of giving you a tag and letting you go pick any site that was available and not reserved. Just drive around and take a look. Drive into the site you like and place the tag in the pocket on the pole with your site number! Easy-peasy.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank pinacoleggo
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Reviewed 28 May 2014

Volunteers were super friendly. Staff was extra friendly. Bathrooms clean. Each site was picked up and swept after the camper/trailer rolled out. So much to enjoy in the area: birding, boating, fishing, biking, hiking. Ice is offered this year too.

  • Stayed: May 2014
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3  Thank krazykatie
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