No picnic tables. No grass. No shade. No lights at restroom buildings. No lights on code to open restroom doors. No hand-drying facility in restroom. Coin-activated showers. Expensive for facilities available. New facility with small trees planted, so perhaps in 20 years it will be nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I thought the rate was pretty high considering what you get (or don't get). No picnic tables, no laundry, no TV reception, nothing to do for kids. The park manager was extremely friendly and willing to help. Had to level at site. Long pull thrus were nice. Wi-Fi did work good on the west end of the park. OK for a overnight and rest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Eagle Soaring is a place to kickback. There is no office to check in, just a trailer at site #1. The Wi-Fi works great at the East end of the park so if it is important, request a spot on the east end. If you want to take a shower, it will cost you 50 cents for 6 minutes of water. No laundry on site. The train only comes through once a day or night. The mounds between sites are full of ankle injuring holes that are covered up by weeds and the sites are not level. But the hosts are helpful and friendly. Don't think I will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent one night at the park while traveling. The sites are long and easily accessible. They are not level, but we had no problem leveling our coach with the leveling system. There was a mowed path through a field for walking the dog. The campground was quiet and good for staying the night. There were no recreation facilities in the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is better than you think when you first pull in. We wanted to be right in Steamboat city. This is 6 miles out. There is only one other RV park in the city. It was very quiet. You hear the main road. But, it quiets down at night. The sites are not very level. Had to use 3 lego blocks on one side. Did not have a spot to put out lawn chairs. You could sprain an ankle walking from site to site if not careful. Have 2 community fire pits. Owners are on site 24/7 and are very nice. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice quiet park! A bit off the beaten path away from downtown Steamboat, but a good location for those wanting peace and quiet. A no frills campground, but the full hookups worked great. Was well maintained and very clean. Owners are awesome, will help whenever possible and are on site 24 hours! Trees are young and there's no shade available. No fire rings, picnic tables or camp store, so bring what you need. WiFi is very strong and free! No on-site activities so you need to go to town for family fun. It's very pet-friendly! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pretty new park so the trees are still maturing but the CO mountains are temperate even August so we were not really missing shade trees. The WiFi is excellent. The owner is friendly and always available. Sites were flat, bathrooms were clean, stayed with our 3 little girls and we were all very happy with it. The camp fire pits were like a luxury chuck wagon. A pool would be bonus. We would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We're really glad we found this place! It's right off the US-40 (and just a few miles west of town), but is amazingly quiet and peaceful. My husband's work often depends on internet access, and the wifi here is excellent - better than any at any other campground we've stayed at (and we've stayed at many!!!). It's at least as good/fast as our cable broadband at home! Apparently, the owner has experimented with different types and locations over the past year or two but has recently come up with the perfect high-speed wireless set-up. The owner is very friendly, easy-going, and always checking on things to make sure all is working properly. It is a pretty new park, so the trees have yet to grow to provide shade, but the area is surrounded by beautiful scenery. And if you get an answering machine when you call, be sure and leave a message - he's a busy guy, but he'll get back to you! And to that reviewer who thought they should have gone on to "that other campground" - I highly recommend they read the reviews for it first!!!! Eagle Soaring has better reviews and is priced competitively. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is located 6 miles from downtown Steamboat with a great view of the ski area. It is somewhat new, so the trees are just starting. It is a very basic RV park with gravel sites, little grass and restrooms. The price of $40 with a discount is a little pricey. There is another RV park closer in to town, but it was full. I don't know what their price was. Since there is not a great selection of RV parks in the area close to town I would check first on the park closer to town the next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I will be forever grateful to the people that run this campground. We live about 4 hours away. We had concert tickets (already paid for) for Steamboat Springs, and stupidly, didn't make any camping reservations. At the last minute we called and both campgrounds in Steamboat were booked. There was a soccer tourney. The morning of the concert day, Eagle Soaring called us and asked us if we still needed a place, because someone left early. We took it, jumped in the RV and were there in plenty of time for our concert. The park itself was simple, clean, quiet. We did hook up, but didn't use the bathroom, or internet. We'd probably stay here again. We don't spend much time at the campground, so the lack of mature trees doesn't bother us. There also isn't all that stuff you don't use and end up paying for like mini golf, washers and dryers, etc. Between the two campgrounds in Steamboat, we'd pick this one. We'd stayed at other one dozens of times in the last 14 years, and let's just say: you'll have to read that review. Both run about the same price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big rig friendly park. Camp staff here are extremely friendly. New trees will grow in time so no shade but the owner was great about situating us with strong Wi-Fi reception. Even called us (when has this ever happened ??) as soon as he had a reservation open: saving us a 70 mile trip. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Eagle Soaring RV Park is just what we needed. It's just on the outskirts of the wonderful Steamboat Springs. The hook-ups, the open space, and the staff was just what we needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Eagle Soaring RV Park outside of Steamboat, CO is a fairly new area. The sites are fairly close but well laid out. The sites and roads are gravel, wide and long. This area would accommodate big rigs very easily. Traffic flow is well though out and all sites are pull through. No on site laundry or dump station. Good hook-ups. Sites are fairly exposed but there are numerous young trees that will offer shade as they mature. Some long term residents but their sites are clean and neat. You need to pay attention to find the turnoff, look for the tepee, the sign on road is fairly small after the first time it is very easy to find again. Good site distance at the turnoff. Staff very friendly and on site 24 hours. No individual fire rings but two large campfire sites. Wi-Fi not always reliable, depends on where you are in the park. Close to the railroad but very little traffic on the RxR. Overall a quite park. Would stay here again. Steamboat Springs has a good selection of supplies but they are pricey. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Meadows is on the top of Rabbits Ears Pass, in the National Forest. At the time of our camp, the forestry service removed most if not all of the beetle-kill, and provided each campsite with copious firewood (!). New plantings were visible. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. The sites are very nice and private, but not necessarily level. Trees and a narrow road make this a campground NOT amenable to big rigs. This is dry camping at its best, and we will definitely visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful open campground. There are great views of a wildflower covered meadow to the south west. Since the elevation is 9500' you don't need to worry about shade, unless you are tenting. There are nice tent site with shade. The only down side to the campground is the out of level campsites. Several of the sites are long enough for a 40' motorhome. You will have to work to level your RV though! Keep in mind this is a National Forest campgrounds. There is no water, electric or sewer connections. There is a hand pump for well water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like this place in spite of no-hook ups. The scenery is nice. No neighbors immediately adjacent to you. Trees are near most sites. My kids road their bikes to and from Dumont Lake where we fished. My girls enjoyed catching butterflies with their new nets. Last time we stayed here we had a tent only. It was nice to travel in our trailer. There are large picnic tables but the ants seemed to like them too. Trails are available nearby for hiking and biking. We drove into town to take our tubes down the Yampa river (20 minutes away). The kids always enjoy floating down the river. There are two water pumps and outhouses nearby most of the sites. There are sites just for tenters. The area is beautiful and near Rabbit Ears Pass. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice enough former KOA. Pull through both ways so you share common area between two sites. Some nice shady sites for hot summer but we were there in late Sept so we enjoyed the color of all the leaves. Bathroom and shower were kept as clean as you can for an older place. Cable was a short list but it worked. We stayed a week for a family visit. We'll come back next year. Nothing better in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not the best, not the worst. The wireless was very weak and stopped working every few minutes. When I called to make a reservation, the lady said they offered a military discount, but when I arrived, they said they offer no discounts of any kind. After going back and fourth, they finally gave me the 10% discount. Cable was good and had over 50 channels. Pool looked OK, but we didn't use since it was raining. A good overnight. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The front office staff was very helpful - from explaining the bus system to giving me extra quarters to make up for a cool dryer. The shower rooms were clean with unlimited hot water. We parked in a WE only site backed up to the Yampa River so close we heard the sound of the rapids as we slept. Although the campground is several miles from downtown, the campground has a bus stop, for the free bus service, on the grounds. We will definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. Campground is conveniently located, close to town, next to river, just off highway. Our site (?22) had a faulty GFC 20 amp receptacle and kept sparking and shorting out. We switched to the 30 amp plug and all was well. The bathroom and shower facilities, both men and women's, were the most disgusting and unsanitary facilities that my wife and I have seen in all our experiences camping, including state and government run campgrounds! The urinal and toilets were black. Dirt was strewn about the bathrooms not picked up. There was mold everywhere. The bathroom stalls had old toothpaste containers, food wrappers, suspicious wads of toilet paper strewn about. The unsanitary smell was -- unsanitary. There was a large diameter hose hooked up to a faucet that they apparently use to power hose down the facility much like a prison or concentration camp facility, they then leave water pooled on the floors and leave the hose by the sinks -- unbelievably disgusting. The floors had dirty water pooled up that you had to step into if you wanted to use the sinks. If you are a self contained RV and do not need to use the restroom/shower facilities the convenience and siting of this camprground would be hard to match if visiting Steamboat Springs. If you are tenting or staying in a Van Camper and need these facilities avoid this place at all costs! PS I understand that this facility is for sale so maybe that is why they have let it go? We camped here in a Motorhome.
A mixed bag here. Beautiful riverside location near end of free Steamboat Springs bus shuttle line. Tent area across private Yampa River bridge has breathtaking views. Arrived in middle of busy summer season without a reservation. Clerk said they keep several sites in reserve, and amazingly, we were given a beautiful riverfront site (with lawn chair). My daughter enjoyed the sparkling swimming pool. Barn swallows nesting in rafters near laundry area were a treat to see. If it rains some areas are muddy. Twenty-something clerk not able to advise us where to locally buy trailer supplies or auto parts (we located them, but this upscale town seems RV hostile). Onsite management was minimal. Lack of shower/restroom maintenance was unacceptable. Poor ventilation in humid ladies restroom, $10 portable fan on floor completely inadequate with dangerous puddles of water on floor. Came back five hours later there were still large puddles in restroom, so I found the mop and cleaned them up myself. Mystery solved when I discovered brochure in office advertising campground for sale. Stay here while you can, next year it may be gone! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Reading previous reviews had kept me from going to this campground for a long time. Took a chance and glad I did. The campground is much nicer than described. Cable, Wi-Fi, 50 amp service all fine. Nice community fire pit. Pool, mini golf and bikes (for rent) were nice. Only downside was the traffic noise. Will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the most we've ever paid for a campground. A full hook up site is $49 tax included. The campground is adequate, nothing special. Steamboat Springs is a tourist area and I guess we're all willing to pay this amount. We thought we might stay for two days but we're reconsidering and might leave in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff, but that doesn't make up for the condition of the property. Mud puddle impressions everywhere. Site driveways are mostly dirt so if it rains, and it must have a couple of days before my arrival, the site area is unusable. The place has a general feel of neglect. It is right on the road and the traffic was heavy until about 9:00 pm the night I stayed. People seemed to be enjoying the pool which looked decently kept and clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Since this campground was our only choice at Steamboat Springs in May (Natl.Forest camps not yet open) we were committed. It was off season and muddy so there were few dry sites to consider. We were not given a choice on the tent island which is prettier ("too wet"). After that we couldn't find anyone; available service was minimal. We finally found several Wi-Fi codes on the bulletin board; the fifth one was successful. The view of the ski area is great from our site (51). However, the highway right above us is very noisy. We would not go out of our way to stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A little pricey, but to be expected near a town like Steamboat Springs I guess. We were warned that the lower 2 laundry driers were not as hot as the top 2. We had a big load & had to use one of the 'not so hot' driers. Without saying anything the office girl added extra money to the drier while we were not there. Nice touch. Kind actions as such go a long way. We were there in early mud season but maintenance activity was well underway for the summer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff here are very nice and helpful. There are a number of cabins for rent here too. The TV service is terrible even though we paid for it. This park is crowded with unsupervised small children. Wi-Fi works well. This would be OK for a night but no longer. The office and store are nice but many of the sites and other amenities are falling apart. I would not choose this park again based upon the cost and quality not being equal. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this campground and Steamboat Springs. Everyone that worked at this campground was friendly, knowledgeable and polite. We got a river site with a fire-pit. They even provided free fire wood! The campground is only a couple minutes from downtown and the City of Steamboat provides a free shuttle that picks you up at the campground. It's an older campground but they are making improvements. We found this campground to be reasonably priced. We wish we could have stayed longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 6 / 10 ]
My site was OK, however two other families in our group had problems getting the sites they were promised when the reservations were made. The river is nice, but overall the grounds need some upkeep. The store was convenient, and the staff was courteous. There were a ton of kids running around (some of whom were not so supervised). However, it is not too bad, and the river and city bus system are both convenient. The cable television is fuzzy, and goes off frequently. The Wi-Fi worked well. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Since there are few choices in the area, we chose this campground. The staff was very friendly, but the campground is run down. This was once a KOA and at that time it was well kept. The best thing is the free shuttle bus into town and the river. The worst is the tight spaces, unkept sites and overall appearance of the place. TV reception is poor. The place could use some TLC and overall fix up. Given the lack of choice, it is OK. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
We've stayed at this campground many times in the last 14 years: in tents, cabins, pop-ups and now our RV. It seems to have gone down hill. It's a nice location, on the river, and the workers are friendly. It just needs some major up-keep. I'm now reviewing for the time we spent in May 2009. It was for one night. There are a lot of permanent workers that "live" here. They all seem to have dogs, that run loose. The trash can was over flowing. It just seems run down. The bathroom was very dirty with clogged toilets and stuff on the floor. I really wish they would take better care of this place and bring it back to the it's original splender. The last few times we stayed here it appeared that young adults and teens were running it. It does have a game room, a pool and somewhat of a mini-golf course, but to me that just makes the place noisy. With that being said, I'd still stay here, (if the other place was booked), but I'm aware of what I would expect. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is overpriced for what you get. It suffers from lack of care, I understand it has been for sale a couple years. The roads have holes with mud when it rains. There are sites on the river and they are well worn. Our site was a back-in, full hookup away from the river and was a bit small but adequate, had grass and a table. The cable TV was very fuzzy so we used the satellite. The wi-fi worked OK. (888) 451-2243 We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place should be called Steamboat Dumpgrounds! I have never been in a more foul, dirty campground. Do Not Camp Here! We arrived after the office closed so we picked up the needed paperwork to do a DIY payment. We chose a site and made our way to it (without making the payment yet.) The sites were not level, or even close to it. The sewer connection was broken so my threaded elbow would not screw in. The cable TV was terribly fuzzy. I was getting very annoyed at the condition of this place for $43 a night. Then the last straw came. My wife walked to the restroom/bath house to see what was available. She did not look happy when she came back and told me that I needed to go and see. As I approached the men's room I noticed a sign on the door that stated, "The restrooms will be closed from 12-2 everyday for cleaning, we apologize for this inconvenience." After entering the restroom I had to wonder what century this cleaning took place because it had not been recent! It was disgusting! I would not shower in there under any circumstances. I was so angry I was actually shaking. I went back to the site and told my wife that I was very angry and wanted to leave. We decided we were going to drive the extra 45 minutes to the next camp we knew of. We left a note to the owners in the box and packed up and left. We were very glad we had not yet dropped our payment. We ended up finding a fantastic state park called Yampa River State Park. It was just to the other side of Hayden and it was a really nice park for half the cost of Steamboat Campground. Search to read my review on it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.