June 11, 2019 - reviewed by Jess
Nice enough place for a night, but all day long there were dogs barking, starting at 6am. People are so inconsiderate. The pay showers are a pain.
April 5, 2019 - reviewed by BEH
Gouge The Public
Way over priced at $36/night plus $9 day pass, charge for showers, only single garbage dump on other end of park, no water hookups. Colorado parks are exclusively for the better healed travelers. Shame on you park managers!
March 24, 2019 - reviewed by Lifeonthetrail
No Water On Site
Be aware you will pay for your site and then extra 9$ for a park pass per day. But very convenient to the national Park and surrounding shopping.
Awesome state park.
July 6, 2018 - reviewed by Wray
Nice campground little confusing on paying vfor site and pass clean restrooms clean park beautiful view of mountains
July 2, 2018 - reviewed by Steven Hicks
Clean Park But You Pay
Clean park but you have to pay for the campsite, then you have to pay to get into the state park to get to your campground, then you have to pay for showers... Might as well pay the same overall and get a site with full hookup istead of electric only.
July 20, 2017 - reviewed by Kristy
Nice But Annoying
This is a nice, clean park. There is no water hookup at your site but various spots around the campground have the spigot to fill up your tank. I've never had so many park rangers knock on the door to see the tag which was displayed on the front windshield as directed. This was annoying as we tried to sleep in late one morning and got woken up by them. Also, we wanted to extend one night so we contacted the office but they dont take payment over the phone so we had to unhook everything and drive to the office to make a payment for the extra night, this was a bit inconvenient. Also, the coin machine for laundry didn't work. Other than the stuff mentioned above this was a nice park for the price.
June 9, 2017 - reviewed by AZthebirdflies
This a nice park. It is about 15 minutes off the I25. There is space for larger rigs . We stayed in a 35 ft 5th wheel.
July 2, 2016 - reviewed by UltraLimited66
A Great Place to Stay
Have been staying at Boyd Lake State Park during the Colorado Sparkler Softball Tournament. The park is beautiful with a great view of the Rockies. The staff is friendly. The bathroom and shower facilities are always clean. The showers are quarter operated. One minute per quarter with a 3 minute minimum. It is a great central location if you are playing the sparkler.