Kebler Corner

(2 Reviews)

30682 Co Rd 12, Somerset, CO 81434


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GPS: 38.9379, -107.3574

Kebler Corner is located at 30682 Co Rd 12, Somerset, Colorado 81434 with a total of 22 campsites. Before your trip to Kebler Corner, check out website at or contact them through 970-929-5029 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

38.9379, -107.3574

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 38.9379, -107.3574

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Overview of Kebler Corner

Last Price Paid: $55

Reported by RVLove on 05.19.2022

Longest RV Reported: 41 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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Open Seasonally:

May - October


6,266 ft / 1,909 m

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Reviews of Kebler Corner

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  • Area Guides Avatar RVLove
    Beautiful small riverside mountain getaway resort with cabins

    Reviewed 19/5/2022

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    Nightly rate: $55

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 15

    We have stayed here multiple times, and have had a wonderful visit every time. The owners take amazing care of this property, and it is a beautiful mountain valley where two rivers join, just below a state park reservoir. Sharing a short review here, but we have a much more detailed review at our website is a small intimate RV resort but has a lot of amenities for a small park, and is in a gorgeous area with lots of area attractions. The sites are not big, but still feel private because they are open to the back, and have greenery between the sites.This park is extra special to us because this is where we did our RV fire education project where we burned an RV. Check out the blog post and related video here. It is actually one of our favorite videos we ever made.Also special is that our friends Emily and Tim from ownlessdomore stayed here with us to help with the fire project. I noticed they also submitted a review. as mentioned in their review, cellular coverage is very poor in this area, but the WIFI at this park is amazingly fast, so we just made calls over their wifi, and surfed internet or other needs. We highly recommend this little gem of an RV park. More information at

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    Scenic, quiet, friendly -- and the wifi works!

    Reviewed 21/6/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 10

    Site number: 6

    In nearly 6 years of full-time RVing, we encountered two things at this campground that we never had before: lightning fast fiber wifi (which you will need because cell service on AT&T & Verizon is zero, and very weak on T-Mobile), and a lengthy legal release form (you can view it at to sign that document is the sole reason I gave the campground 4 stars instead of 5. It felt so much more intrusive than just acknowledging and abiding by a list of rules and regs -- like they were expecting us to be criminals rather than just campers.That said, our stay was wonderful, and we would both recommend and return. We did in fact meet the owners, Paul & Emily & young sons, and they are friendly and committed to keeping the place clean and well run. They trimmed a branch for us without hesitation when we asked (it was posing a risk to our roof), brought water to our crew that was working on a project one afternoon, and asked for both positive and negative feedback for them to help make the place better. As their web site states, they offer easy access to outdoor adventures, wineries, and the beautiful scenery of the western slopes. Sites were tightly spaced, so there wasn't a lot of room on either side of us, but each site on the creek side has space at the rear (facing the creek) to enjoy outdoor socializing and dining in a carefully and prettily landscaped small courtyard. Bathrooms were kept spotless, and set up in individual private rooms with toilet/sink/shower. They really thought through customer needs, and outfitted the baths with ample hooks, shelves, and benches.During our stay in June, the days were hot, dry, and sunny (80-90 degrees) but cooled down into the high 50's and low 60's overnight with a light breeze. We loved hearing the rushing creek all night through our open windows.

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