Tower 64 Motel & RV Park

(6 Reviews)

10301 Santa Fe Trail, Trinidad, CO 81082

719-846-3307

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GPS: 37.1392, -104.5181

Tower 64 Motel & RV Park is located at 10301 Santa Fe Trail, Trinidad, Colorado 81082 with a total of 21 campsites. Before your trip to Tower 64 Motel & RV Park, check out website at http://tower64.com/ or contact them through 719-846-3307 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

37.1392, -104.5181

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 37.1392, -104.5181

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities pull thru
Facilities laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs Good Sam
Pets pets

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Overview of Tower 64 Motel & RV Park


Last Price Paid: $45

Reported by d Morris on 01.02.2021

Longest RV Reported: 34 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

21

Pad Type:

mixed

Elevation:

6,332 ft / 1,929 m

Reviews of Tower 64 Motel & RV Park

6 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar d Morris
    Last resort RV “Resort”

    Reviewed 2/1/2021

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

    Unlevel site. Dog poop everywhere you step. WiFi was good. Front desk guy was pleasant and helpful. Grossly overpriced for what you get but the only other park in town only takes phone reservations and doesn’t answer the phone.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rsquared
    It’s a dump

    Reviewed 9/9/2020

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 4

    It was a long day of driving and I was tired so I stayed but I should’ve looked elsewhere. There was an unseasonal snow storm so the park can’t be blamed for the fact it’s a mud pit and the few concrete spots are ponds but there’s other issues. Obviously it’s expensive at $50 per night but also their computer doesn’t know what spac...moreIt was a long day of driving and I was tired so I stayed but I should’ve looked elsewhere. There was an unseasonal snow storm so the park can’t be blamed for the fact it’s a mud pit and the few concrete spots are ponds but there’s other issues. Obviously it’s expensive at $50 per night but also their computer doesn’t know what spaces are open. I was given 4 options and two of them were full. There were also people who parked their cars in open RV spaces. The really ridiculous thing is that each power pole is for two spaces but each only has one 30 amp and one 50 amp outlet. I was assigned a space and I have 30amp on my rig (I was asked this at check-in) but the person in the next space was already using the 30amp outlet. When I pointed this out to the front desk clerk (after I waded thru the pond that is supposed to be a concrete parking slab) she told me they have 50amp to 30amp adapters. That would have been good to know in advance but I just moved to a space that per their computer was occupied but wasn’t.

  • Area Guides Avatar LifeUnderway_rv
    Horrible - absolutely a last resort

    Reviewed 17/9/2019

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 12

    If it were possible to leave zero stars I would. This place is the very unlevel dirt back-lot of a fleabag no-tell-motel and cannabis shop. The grounds consist of dirt, weeds, and trash. There are no restrooms (not that you would want to pull your pants down in this place anyway), no laundry, no wifi, and no feeling that you'd be safe ...moreIf it were possible to leave zero stars I would. This place is the very unlevel dirt back-lot of a fleabag no-tell-motel and cannabis shop. The grounds consist of dirt, weeds, and trash. There are no restrooms (not that you would want to pull your pants down in this place anyway), no laundry, no wifi, and no feeling that you'd be safe leaving your rig to run into town to get food. We only stayed here because the spot we booked for 2 weeks at Trinidad Lake State Park would not actually fit our fifth-wheel... I'll post a separate review about that whole fiasco. I booked for two nights but once we pulled in it was clear we would not stay for more than one night. Most rigs here are long-termers, one small step up from homelessness. One rig near us had their pitbull off leash and you could hear an agressive dog in another rig going apeshit every time you went outside, so when the dog had to pee we both went out with my husband standing guard with a walking stick or baseball bat. Yeah, it was that bad. Our site featured a bad puddle/mudhole and was right by the fence separating the lot from a busy road. There were abandoned chairs, probably 50 cigarette butts, and assorted garbage everywhere in our spot and throughout the property. The person working the counter also runs the cannabis store and was so inebriated he was nearly incoherent. In hindsight we would have been better off in a parking lot or rest area than this craphole.

  • Area Guides Avatar Ralph
    Stay only if you can't find anything else

    Reviewed 26/8/2018

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 12

    Needed to stay in Trinidad Colorado for one night and this was the only available RV park available in town. The park is basically a gravel parking lot. They do have 12 spots that have a cement pad but they are very close together. I was so close to my neighbor that I decided to face my trailer the other direction for some privacy. By ...moreNeeded to stay in Trinidad Colorado for one night and this was the only available RV park available in town. The park is basically a gravel parking lot. They do have 12 spots that have a cement pad but they are very close together. I was so close to my neighbor that I decided to face my trailer the other direction for some privacy. By doing this, I was unable to use the electricity. Not that big of a deal since I was only staying one night. The other spots are on gravel and are not marked well so not sure how many spots were there. If you are planning on staying in Trinidad longer than one night, you may want to find another place.

  • Area Guides Avatar TheVickers
    Not a great RV Park

    Reviewed 5/6/2018

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 1

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    We stopped here one night on our way through. The rate was way too high for such poor facilities. The dozen or so spaces are cramped together with no room and just a few feed from the neighbors. The young man in the office said the showers required a key card but his system was down so he wanted us to ask him to open them. We electe...moreWe stopped here one night on our way through. The rate was way too high for such poor facilities. The dozen or so spaces are cramped together with no room and just a few feed from the neighbors. The young man in the office said the showers required a key card but his system was down so he wanted us to ask him to open them. We elected to skip the shower facility. Would not recommend this place unless you need water/electric and have no other options.

  • Area Guides Avatar RavenPeggy
    OK place to stay while travelling through this area

    Reviewed 2/6/2017

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 6

    Note that this facility changed owners over 2 years ago and is now called Tower 64 Motel and RV Park. It is located right off I-25 at exit 11, and the RV part is basically a small parking lot with 10 pads with hook-ups that are very close together. We fit at 34' but a big diesel unit pulled in after we got here and they were too large ...moreNote that this facility changed owners over 2 years ago and is now called Tower 64 Motel and RV Park. It is located right off I-25 at exit 11, and the RV part is basically a small parking lot with 10 pads with hook-ups that are very close together. We fit at 34' but a big diesel unit pulled in after we got here and they were too large to fit. We had hoped to stay at Trinidad Lake State Park but they were full and we didn't want to drive another 20 miles to Raton. They do offer a 5% discount to Good Sam members. There is no cable or wifi and we did not use any of their facilities so I don't know how clean they are.

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 3 Users Last Reported 06/02/2017

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 09/09/2020

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 01/02/2021

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