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4.5 / 5 (18 votos )

Winding River Resort Village

1447 County Road 491
80447, Grand Lake
Colorado, Estados Unidos

Camping & lodging resort bordering Rocky Mt. National Park and Arapahoe National Forest featuring spacious RV sites and tent sites. Activities include trail/pony/hay rides, frisbee golf, fishing, chuckwagon breakfasts and dinners, and ATV rentals. Guest horses welcome. Family reunions.

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Alojamento
Barracas de campo
Caravanas
Autocaravanas
Cabines para alugar

Instalação de Serviços
Electricidade
Wi-Fi
Tenda de campismo
Churrasco permitido

Qualificações
Cães

Recreação
Parque infantil
quadra de voleibol
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos
Montar um cavalo
Pesca

Sanitário
Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Cabines de lavagem
Máquinas de Lavar
Secadores de roupa


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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Before the negative let’s state the positive. Staff, restrooms grounds and location in proximity to RMNP were all excellent. Negative…being in the back lot where the majority of the full hook ups are is like being in county fair ground parking lot. Windy, dusty and basically no soul. Sure there are 2 mountain ranges too look at if the parking lot is empty. Wi-Fi and cell service is almost non existent. We don’t stream,just basic web browsing for all trails and Campendium information. The back lot is packed on the weekend and ghost town during the week. I would stay here again if we could get in the front area where there are trees and not a mile journey to the front. One other caveat. Our site showed as a pull through. It is not. We had to back in which for us was no big deal. Class A and 5th wheels would have a problem.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
This is our second stay in the RV park here, and I’m sure we’ll come back again. We love the unique “camping on a ranch” atmosphere, being surrounded by horse pastures and seeing the trail rides and wagon rides every day. We also love the convenience of being only about 1/4 mile from the National Park entrance. Staff is friendly and efficient. We were on site F which is a back-in site on the edge of the pond. Sites are average size with a gravel parking pad and grass & gravel seating area with a picnic table and fire pit. We had no trouble getting level. We had a full hook-up site and all utilities worked as expected. WiFi worked intermittently. We had 1 or 2 bars of T-mobile service. Roads are gravel, in good repair, and have been treated to control dust. No problems navigating with our big rig. There is a nice playground area for the kids. Plenty of open areas to leash-walk dogs with disposal pots and bags provided. Laundry is clean and has 4 washers and dryers and a folding table. During our 2 week stay we saw moose and elk wander through the RV park several times. Last time we stayed was in 2020 before the fire. By some miracle, although there is burn area around it, this resort survived with the loss of only 1 building which has been rebuilt. They did lose some trees, but many still stand and they are replanting. All the ground cover is green and lush and the wildflowers were in bloom while we were here. We really enjoyed our stay.
3 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
My wife and I had booked Winding River Resort for three nights as part of a group of retirees. As things turned out, this was the shakedown cruise for a 2023 Thor Compass 23TW that we had just taken delivery of three days earlier. To be honest, I wouldn’t stay in this particular site (104) again, because it was relatively unimproved. What I mean by that is that to back into the site, there was no real “driveway” - instead it was just dirt, weeds and rock. I would love it if they’d go in, blade a nice little driveway, and throw some gravel on it. Being our first time with an RV with a slideout, I parked too close to the signpost that also holds up the fresh water spigot. The slideout banged into the sign and broke the water line below the sign. No problem! I drove back over to the office, let them know what I had done, and in minutes, the maintenance staff was over there fixing the problem. Good as new, except for the paint scrape on my new RV — all my fault! If you have a chance, definitely go to the Saturday morning Chuckwagon Breakfast. It’s in a covered pavilion with delicious pancakes the size of a turkey platter made to order, plus sausage, juice, coffee, and so on. A wonderful Irish Setter named Ruger wandered the area, receiving hugs and pets from kids and adults alike. Where you turn into the campground access is literally right across from the Rocky Mountain National Park Kawuneeche Visitor Center, so you could theoretically walk there from your campsite if you were so inclined. Since it’s also on Trail Ridge Road, you can turn into the park and enjoy your day there without having to drive a long distance. Now, remember my comment about the spot being unimproved? On the way out, we picked up a rather good size rock that lodged between the dual tire on the passenger side of our RV. As we left the RV park, I could feel a thump-thump-thump that can only mean two things - you have a flat tire, or there’s a rock stuck between the duallys. Sure enough, I pulled over immediately and found the rock. I asked the folks at the store/office for assistance, and minutes later a guy from the maintenance staff was there with a big pry bar to help me resolve the problem. Not only that, but he also noticed that the propane line that goes to our external grill hookup was dangling, so he grabbed some cable ties and secured it into place, keeping us from damage and danger down the road. Everyone we met at this location was friendly! There are horses you can ride, ATV rentals, big new shower/bathroom/dump facilities, and even moose wandering through! My wife and I have decided that we’re definitely going to return to Wind River RV Resort, but we’re getting a site with a real gravel driveway! One comment - if you use Apple Maps, do NOT use the directions to Winding River RV Resort, because you’ll end up on a private road with some rather grumpy homeowners.
3 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
This campground was perfect for our 6 day stay exploring and hiking in Rocky Mtn National Park. Our site was a partial hook up site that was nestled in the trees next to an adorable log cabin. Level site, no gravel but not an issue for us. The store was lovely and the bathhouse and laundry facilities were the best I’ve experienced. This is the quiet side of RMNP, what we prefer. The town nearby, Grand Lake was lovely. Cute stores, great pizza and a little grocery store for necessities. The resort has many activities if you are looking for those, and if you love seeing Moose, you might get to see a few here.
3 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
Beautiful campground right outside of RMNP (west side) gate. Beautiful views, nice level site and quiet. The laundry and bathroom facilities were the best we have seen. Lots of things for kids also. Saw Moose and elk from our site. We preferred this side of the park which is quieter and less hectic than Estes Park. It was pricey but everything is when you are this close to a big national park. Wish I could give it 6 stars!
3 meses ás

MDM
Inglês (US)
This park is right outside the west entrance to Rocky Mountain National park. Great location. Unfortunately it is surrounded by fire damaged trees ( certainly not their fault) but when we made the reservation it was not mentioned that the bathrooms and showers and laundry building in the back was being rebuilt and they just had a porta potty ! We picked a site ( online map ) specifically to be able to use those facilities. The sites way in the back are nothing like the ones up front. It felt more like a parking lot back there and you are not close to any of the activities they offer and the mountains in the back are covered in burned out trees . The site price should have reflected the conditions. I’d stay again only if we could get a site near the front . The sites in front are night and day different from the back ones from the “ pond” back ( it feels like two different parks!) The workers were friendly . The camp store nice . But it was a disappointing stay .
1 ano ás

Amy
Inglês (US)
Upon arrival we were greeted by a driver who took us right to our site. The site was in the grass but nice and level and somewhat secluded from others. While setting up another camper came over to let us know our site was a favorite of moose every day. So of course we were super excited to see one and kept watch. Eventually we came out of the camper to find a mamma and hera baby moose eating close by and got to pet a horse that ran loosed throughout the camp. This campground is really close to Grand Lake, has a playground and baseball diamond and basketball court for kids along with a little farm with animals the kids can pet. We also went horseback riding right at the campground. This campground is in an area that was hit by the fires last year so beware there are alot of burned trees on the way in and in the campground. We were at the front of the grounds that weren't affected but the laundry building burnt down and was in the process of being rebuilt while we were there in June of 2021. But there is a laundromat close by in town. The campground is also just outside the entrance into RMNP. The bathrooms are very clean and nice as well and there is a small market and gift shop at the park entrance. I would definitely return here. It was easily one of our favorite spots on a 3 week cross country trip.
1 ano ás

BikesBrewsnViews
Inglês (US)
We stayed at Winding River based on its close proximity to RMNP. This is a large park surrounded by devastation from the East Troublesome fire, it does have some remnants from the fire within the park but largely went unscathed. The entrance to RMNP is about 1 1/2 miles and the Colorado River runs parallel to the park. Pros: - Large sites - we had a site with virtually no neighbors and unobstructed views of the mountain landscape. - Critters abound - Often times we had moose, elk or other critters roaming around our site - Lots of things to do - They have horseback riding on site, a disc golf course, a small petting zoo, and other things to do. Cons: - The Chuck Wagon breakfast REQUIRES RESERVATIONS. We were not told this at check-in and were denied the ability to partake. We could not even get anything to go. They need to do a better job of communicating this, or at minimum allow to go orders. - Booking tool, they claim to be a Good Sam park but their booking tool does not take the Good Sam discount. Also, there is a $15 "lock fee" to lock in your site, even though you can select it from the map. This feels a little "KOA'ish" to me and just another method to nickel and dime. - During the week, from 8a-4p every day for 3 days straight, there were dump trucks rolling by our site every 5 minutes. We weren't sure what they were doing with the dirt they were bringing in however saw where they were dumping them. I would think this could have been done during the offseason as it was rather annoying to hear the sound/feel the rumble of dump trucks all day long. - Cost, $65/night for water/electric is a tad steep. If you're coming to be within close proximity to RMNP this is a decent place to stay, however they could do a much better job at logistics.
1 ano ás

LisaP
Inglês (US)
Great location at the Grand Lake entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park (FYI, you need reservationsto get into the park on weekends and holidays). Wildlife everywhere!. Close to the nice town of Grand Lake (on an actual lake) with shops and restaurants. 1.5 hour drive up a nice wide mountain pass to Estes Park. Horseback riding, animal farm and ATV rentals on site. Nice, clean restrooms, nice gift shop with snacks, drinks, ice, propane. They have free air for tires. My only issue was that the women's showers had very low water pressure and did not get warm. I couldn't use it bc I was cold and needed a warm to hot shower. I was the only one in there at the time so not sure what was going on.
2 anos ás

Thomas McSparron
Inglês (US)
We spent 4 days at Winding River RV Resort. The site we were in was plenty big, however, it was right on the main road leading to all of the additional campsites. The site also did not offer any shade from the scorching Colorado sun. If you're a young family with children, there are activities to keep you busy. They offer ATV rentals, horse trail rides, pony rides for the children, and a petting farm. There is a playground, frisbee golf, and basketball court. Overall it was a nice place for a young family, but not for a couple of retired people.
2 anos ás

CVB
Inglês (US)
My family and I spent 2 months traveling 7,000 miles from Midwest to west coast. WR remains a standout park for all of us. It’s on the Colorado River where it’s narrow, clear, and cold. We saw many fly fisher people. There is a farm with goats, ducks, sheep, calves, chickens and rabbits, not to mention the horses, donkey, and pony. Some who wander around the campgrounds. There is ample laundry facilities and the bathrooms are spotless and luxurious for and RV camp. We stayed in three different sites to accommodate our desire to stay longer than we booked. Honestly we never wanted to leave. You can trail ride on horse back or for small children give them a pony ride around the park. I can’t wait to return in non covid times to experience the chuck wagon breakfast. Highly recommend without reservation.
2 anos ás

Cliff
Inglês (US)
It's been 12 years since I last camped at Winding River Resort and it was great to be back. The resort is only about 10 - 15 minutes away from downtown Grand Lake and right outside the west entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Every staff member we encountered was very friendly and helpful. The kids absolutely loved visiting the small animal farm where they got to pet the pigs, goats and sheep and watch the chickens and ducks in their pens. The campground is large and spread out with nice views and most sites being pretty level and fairly well spaced apart. Some are in the open and others are nestled in the trees and brush. There's two separate bath houses at each end of the resort and both are very clean with nice showers. There's so much to do with onsite horseback riding, atv rentals, fishing or wading in the adjacent Colorado River and beautiful hikes right outside the resort. Got to watch a bull moose cross the river on one of our hikes! Several times over the course of our stay, we encountered one of their burros and a horse wandering free in the campground which was pretty cool to see. I asked a staff member if that was normal and he said "Yeah...isn't that great!?" I can only think of one thing I didn't like and that was the mosquitoes. They weren't bad the first couple of days but were pretty annoying the rest of our stay. Even with the mosquitoes, I'd still highly recommend this resort and will be back in the fall for another visit.
2 anos ás

Paul Lange
Inglês (US)
Great place. Very well maintained we had a good 2 nights. I like the fact that it has 2 dump stations and a nice little store for any basic necessities you may need. Lots of nice things for kids too do. We will be coming beck.
2 anos ás

The Native Tourist
Inglês (US)
I've been coming to Winding River every summer with my family since I was a little girl, so I suppose I'm a bit biased. But having been a full time RV'er for several months now, I can say with more RV parks under my belt that Winding River is still one of my favorites. There is tons to do there: trail rides, hikes, ATV trails, fishing, disc golf, a playground, etc. And that's all without ever leaving the campground! You can also drive about 5 minutes to town for the shopping, boating, etc. available there. The sites are very well spaced for the most part in the electric & water section; I've never stayed in the full hookup area in the back because it's basically a parking lot in a field. There are a couple of FHU sites near the front if you can score one. But otherwise, I'd recommend just doing water & electric if you can. The whole area is so peaceful and quiet at night, though in high summer season on weekends there are lots of groups staying here who can get a bit loud. That said, the staff do enforce quiet hours after 10 p.m. They are all so friendly, and the owner Wes is just one of the nicest people you could ever meet. He still cooks the pancakes himself at the pancake breakfasts - see if you can catch one that he flips over his back onto your plate! Overall, it's a great place for families to come be outdoors together. You're right on the doorstep of Rocky Mountain National Park but with the benefit of far more trees than you'll find at the NP campgrounds - plus you can walk your dog around this park! Just watch out for the moose. You're basically guaranteed to see moose here. Only downside I can think of is the price, though they do give a discount for Good Sam and for longer term stays. And you get a lot for your money! Bath houses are very clean and well-kept. They're also new! Updated within the past couple of years. Love it here. It feels like home to me.
3 anos ás

GravityFreeCamping
Inglês (US)
This is a beautiful campground that has everything you’d want from a Rocky Mountain experience. The sites were spacious and wooded, wildlife was abundant, and it was quiet and peaceful. We had deer in our site every day; a bull moose walked through it one morning and we saw elk just outside of the campground every day. It is located extremely close to the Rocky Mountain National Park’s west entrance and Kawuneeche Visitors Center, and close to the Grand Lake downtown area. You can hike right into RMNP from the campground, and the Colorado River runs right by the entrance. The campgrounds website, we feel, does not do this place justice, as there is so much more to do here than we realized: on different days they offered wagon hay rides and marshmallow roast ($), horseback riding ($), weekend breakfasts($), ice cream social ($), square dancing (including lessons), and more. Bathrooms were very clean and well kept. This is one of our favorite campgrounds of all time.
3 anos ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
The sites are level and not crowded. The wind can really start howling here, and it can sometimes kick up the dust. The park has lots of activities and is a good choice if you want to visit the west side of RMNP and the Town of Grand Lake.
3 anos ás