As others have said the first night is free. I remembered this park from a previous pass through the area and stopped to take a mid-day break. Basically it is a large gravel lot. Spaces are back in only. Very dusty with any wind. They used to have some picnic tables but there were none in place. Some construction by the city going on on the perimeter so maybe they have been removed for the work. Not all sites have hook ups. Check the website for details. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I'm sitting here sweltering in the 90+ heat. 30 amp only and very low voltage; right now 99 volts. I may have to turn on my generator. Gravel road. Parallel parking. Not much going for it. I'm out of here tomorrow and will not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed here before and will stay again. The price is $0 for the first night and $10 for the second. We always stay 2 nights so the price reflects the $10 for two nights. I did not use the shower and can not remember if there is one. The bathrooms are clean. This is a pretty basic park with no frills - but great for the price. The sites are parallel, level and have electric hook-ups. There is a dump and fresh water available. We recommend that you park on the E side of the trees so that you'll be shaded in the afternoon sun. Beautiful library in town, we biked around the town one day. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Free stop-over for a night. Free was the best part! Nothing special for us, but can see how this is great campground for people looking for a rest-over. We found the maps to be inaccurate after driving around between Emerson and Everett: wrong! To get here, stay on Clayton, go south over the railroad tracks. The park is on the right. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Free for a one night stop. Can't beat that. The spaces are essentially parallel parking. We spent one night during Memorial Day weekend so it was kind of crowded. We were lucky to get a spot. Several units pulled in and out later in the day as the park was full. Lots of green grass, a huge public pool, and a museum in the adjacent park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed 1 night for free. What a nice place to stay. Water hookup and 30amp. Even a dump station. First night free and $10 a might after that. The police patrol and the park next to it is lush green. Someone should give this town an award for being the nicest town for RV travelers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spent two nights and paid the $10 for the second. Sites on the outside are all 20 amps, the sites in the middle near the trees have 30 amps. There are bathrooms and a dump station here, but we did not use them. Head west on US-34 to Fort Morgan, then left on Main St. a couple of blocks down (yellow sign) for a good place for a drink. Brush has one overpriced dump only. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a Godsend as available camping is very scarce in Northeastern Colorado. Park is easy in and out, and is level. We stayed one night, and since the first night is free, no charge! We took time to drop the Mayor of Brush a note to thank them for the facility. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park was perfect for a night or two. Electric was spot on voltage. Water pressure is very high so you will want to reduce it. It could be dusty as others have said and probably somewhat muddy in rainy weather. The first night is free and additional nights are $10 for up to 7 nights then you must vacate. My wife was happy once we got from behind the poplar trees which blocked our dish antenna. We would use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Northeastern Colorado does not have many campgrounds. This is good for an overnight stay and is free the first night. Great water pressure. A few sites looked like they were staying long term. Next to the city park so teenagers were hanging out with loud music until dusk but quiet at night. Not a destination camp but good for overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a park and campground owned and operated by the city of Brush. The first night is free, second $10. One directory states there are 60 sites, but I don't know how 60 RVs would fit. We parallel parked along a row of trees where the hook-ups are located. The entire campground is gravel and level. It is actually like a large parking lot with hook-ups along the edges. The park is adjacent to the campground and is all grass. This is a convenient location, not necessarily a "vacation" spot. But the price is right as the first night is FREE! We camped here in a Motorhome.