Woodlake Camper Park

(1 Reviews)

Highway 149, Lake City, CO 81235

970-944-2283

Official Website

GPS: 37.9913, -107.2408

Woodlake Camper Park is located at Highway 149, Lake City, Colorado 81235 with a total of 30 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Biking, Fishing, Hiking, and more. Before your trip to Woodlake Camper Park, check out website at http://woodlakeparkcolorado.com/ or contact them through 970-944-2283 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

37.9913, -107.2408

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 37.9913, -107.2408

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities picnic table pull thru
Facilities restrooms
Pets pets

Overview of Woodlake Camper Park


Last Price Paid: $37

Reported by BeckyAndMark on 07.06.2021

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

30

Elevation:

10,629 ft / 3,239 m

Reviews of Woodlake Camper Park

1 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar BeckyAndMark
    Our Favorite Campground of All

    Reviewed 6/7/2021

    Overall Rating

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    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

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    Nightly rate: $37

    Days stayed: 17

    Site number: A5

    Our site was level and had some shade provided by large trees that line the park boundary. The park has easy access off of the highway, some sites are pull-throughs, but many others are back-in. There are also tiny houses, big and small cabins, and tent camping. The camp hosts will back-in your camper if you need some assistance. We had no problems with the electricity, water, or sewer hookups. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table. The park is dog-friendly as long as they're on leash. Everyone is very good about picking up after their pets. Many of the park guests come back year after year, and most everyone seems to know each other. There's an almost nightly get-together around a firepit, if you're interested. It's not clique-ish. There's a 530pm potluck on Wednesday evenings, and a 530pm weenie roast on Saturday evenings. Just ask a park host which side of the park these things will be happening, as it changes. The laundry room is large and very nice - everything works, and there's a change machine. $1.50 per laundry load for washers. And it costs me about $1 to $1.50 to dry each load. No streaming movies, YouTube, or Pandora allowed on your TV or phone. No bird feeders allowed, due to problems with bears at night. We saw wildlife in camp (deer, marmots, Stellar Jaybirds, hummingbirds, chipmunks, and bunnies). Golf carts are allowed in the RV park, but all ATVs/OHVs must be trailered due to local highway laws. The sidewalks pretty much roll up at 9pm for the RV park and the whole town, and it's a very quiet park. Discounts given for weekly and monthly stays. Our price averaged out to be $36.75 per night for 16 nights, 17 days. Ask for the number for "Satellite Bob" if you're having issues getting your TV to work. He's a local and will drive to the RV park and help you out. I don't know what his fees are, but I hear it's reasonable. The park now has a credit card machine, so reservations are much easier to deal with than in the past.

Activities

Biking

Fishing

Hiking

Cell Phone Coverage

Campsite Types

RV,

Trailer