Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 60 Number of Full Hookup Sites: 60
Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
NEW Ownership for 2012 !
Home for the weary wanderer! We offer you friendly, resort-like treatment as you camp your way to your vacation destination. You deserve to enjoy each day of your journey. Let us help you create memories and rejuvenate your soul before you're back on the road again.
Staying with us is more like camping at a B&B because we welcome you to our place ... our home ... our property ... which happens to have all the features of an RV park but it's a lot more like home. Stop in at our store in the morning and enjoy a cup of fresh roasted coffee with us. In the evenings between 4 and 6 PM, grab your favorite adult beverage, and join us in the store or on the back porch for our" “ meet & greet social hour”.Our services and facilities have received many accolades from our guests and from within the campground industry.We are one of the few parks in America to receive the “GuestRated A”report card 4 years in a row!. With all that, we still offer 'down-home care' when it comes to serving you. We would love to welcome you to our place.
Long and level pull-thru spaces with hookups
30 and 50 Amp electricity
No rig too big
Primitive tent sites available
Some tent spaces with electricity if you need to run a fan or a medical device
Cable TV at each site
U-Pick Garden, complimentary to our summer guests
Dog run for some time off the leash
Many fields for strolling on the leash
Spray zone for infants to seniors
Clubhouse for gatherings.
Hot tub (adults only)
Outgoing and incoming mail service
18-hole Miniature Golf
Basket of toys (balls, Frisbee, jump rope, and more)
Kites (Yes, awesome kites to fly!)
Coming in 2012~ Pizza shop, Swimming Pool, and the Barn will become “Cap’n Jack’s Pub”; a laid back bar and grill where you can enjoy an ice cold beer, glass of wine , or adult beverage of your choice and dine on Pub fare, like Cheeseburgers in Paradise, Steamed shrimp, or an occasional hickory grilled steak, among other things! The Pub would not be complete without a Juke Box and Big screen TV’s (Super Bowl Party's you know!)
Coming from the South - On US-83, follow the signs for US-83 around Oakley. On the west side of Oakley, you'll turn to the north to continue northbound on US-83. Head north for about 5 minutes. About 200 yards before you reach the interstate ramps, you'll turn left (west) onto the driveway, and head straight up to the High Plains Camping Welcome Center.
Coming from the North - On US-83, cross over I-70. About 200 yards beyond the interchange, turn right (west) and head straight up the driveway to the High Plains Camping Welcome Center.
Coming from the West - On I-70, take Exit #70 and go southbound (right) onto US-83. Go about 200 yards and turn right (west) onto the driveway, and head straight up to the High Plains Camping Welcome Center.
Coming from the East - On I-70, take Exit #70 and go southbound (left) onto US-83. Go about 300 yards and turn right (west) onto the driveway, and head straight up to the High Plains Camping Welcome Center.
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