Location: Littleton, Colorado
Site Quality: Paved roads and pads throughout the park. Pull thru and back in spots. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.
Type: State Park
Access: Must use entrance off Titan as the main entrance has a 13′ height restriction due to the entrance station.
Staff: Friendly and helpful.
Amenities: Laundry facilities along with showers and restrooms. Trails throughout the park and a swim beach (although it was closed for renovation during our stay). Playgrounds for kids.
Cellular/WiFi: AT&T and Verizon 3 bars and decent speeds (>5Mb on both although AT&T was better than Verizon). WiFi was available but we did not use it as it is an open system.
What we liked: Quiet, peaceful atmosphere. Felt safe and secure. Most sites in the D loop were plenty big for a 41′ RV and the truck.
What we didn’t like: In addition to camping fees, you also have to pay $8 per day for an entrance fee. For more than about a week, an annual pass is cheaper at $70. This seems common for other states as well. Most sites offer little shade although some do have relief from either morning or afternoon sun.