Spruce Lake RV Park is located in Estes Park, Colorado at 1050 Mary's Lake Road. To get to the park from Estes Park, take Highway 36 through town. Make a left turn onto Moraine Ave which is still Highway 36 going to the south entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Continue to Mary's Lake Road and turn left. The park will be on the left just as you cross the Big Thompson River.
The roads into the park are paved while the interior roads are gravel. There are 110 total sites available. All of the sites are backins, therefore there are no side by side hookups. There are a few tent sites available and 4 cabins and one 3 bedroon cottage. The campground offers 30 and 50 amp electrical connections, however some of the sites have 30 amp only. Also, some of the sites have water and electric only. There is a dump station for those who need it.
This campground is located alongside of the Big Thompson River which the campground has access to. However, none of the campsites are on the river. There is a small miniature golf course alongside of the river. There is also a small lake in the middle of the campground that is the focal point of the campground. The name of lake is Spruce Lake and it is stocked with fish.
Heated swimming pool
This is a nice clean well kept campground located in the beautiful area of Estes Park, CO. It is only a few miles from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Submitted by Brad & Jane
This is a must see. Be sure and
take the ride accross Trail Ridge
Road. It will take you to Grandby on the west side of the mountains past the head waters of the Colorado River.
There are many other things to see and do while in Estes Park. Check out this web site for a listing of all the things that you can do while there. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
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This Old Campsite
This Old Campsite
Spruce Lake RV Park