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Lakeside Resort KOA

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Lakeside Resort KOA is located in Fort Collins on the north side of town.  From I-25 take exit 269 and go west on SR 14 also know as Mulberry St.  Go about 3.3 miles to Riverside Ave and then go northwest about 1 mile to College Ave/Hwy 287.  Go about 4 miles to Taft Hill Rd and turn left.  Go about .3 mile to Lakeside Resort Lane and turn left into campground.

There are 166 RV sites with 30/50 amp electric, water and sewer connections.  Sixty four of the sites are pull-thrus.  All sites have concrete pads and picnic tables and BBQ.  There are 5 tent sites and 12 rental units.  Some of the RV sites are equiped with hot tubs.

                                       Amenities

Swimming pool and spa
Large pavilion
Propane
Restrooms and showers
Laundry room
Store
Enclosed recreation room
Rally facilities
Very nice playground
Arcade
Basketball
Volleyball
Sports field
Miniature golf
Suffleboard
Jumping pillow
Ladder golf
Horseshoes
Large lake with paddle boats, bumper boats and fishing
Fitness trail around the lake
Fishing dock
Gazebo
Enclosed dog run
Seasonal breakfast

This is a very nice campground with a lot of things to do.  We were very impressed with all of the activities availble for children.  The campground is very well maintained.  They are open all year.

Contact: 1910 Lakeside Resort Lane
Fort Collins, CO 80524
PH: 970-484-9880

Submitted by Brad & Jane

Comments

First Name : Ray
Last Name : Czaplewski

Name of campground : Fort Collins Lakeside KOA Campground and RV Park

Your commnets : Our absolutely worst experience as full-time RVers was
at the Lakeside/KOA. My wife was merely asking about the guest fees for day-use of the playground, when the owner
completely lost his temper, shouting insults at her while she retreated from the campground office. My wife was terrified! Just because he was the owner doesn't give him the right to be verbally abusive to femalecustomers. We will never go back to Lakeside KOA.