to practice your aim with pistols, rifles, and shotguns. The park also hosts weddings, sailing regattas and more throughout the year. While at camp, you would never know such an assortment of activities awaits you as it is serene and quiet. Just a short walk, bike ride or car jaunt away you will find the shores of the lake ad the wetlands. Campsites are often shady, offer plenty of space, have paved pads, hookups, picnic tables, laundry, and Wi-Fi. You do not have lake views from sites, but the trade off is a quieter camp. We didn't spend much time at our site during our one night stay, but we enjoyed the scenery of the campground and its potential to offer a relaxing weekend away from the city. Just about a mile from camp you will find access to the public transit system. You can either drive your dinghy there or walk or bike along the paved multi-use path. From the station, trains will take you on an approximately 30 minute ride into the heart of the city. This was the perfect set-up for us to access downtown Denver and Coors Field. The campground is open year round.
Best Sites: All
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes