I hesitated before responding because you said you were looking for "a great RV park." Fort Wilderness at Disney World is a great rv park, but I don't think there is anything like it in Estes Park, Colorado. I guess it depends on your definition. We enjoyed Spruce Lake RV Park, but it could have used some more grass and trees. There were a lot of nice things about it and it was very close to the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. We really liked the town of Estes Park.
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It's Elk Meadows and we've stayed there 3 times, but not since 2007. It's pricey and not that great, but it's location is right. Just about 1/2 mile from RMNP and close to town. It's kind of hilly, dirt pads, stick tights everywhere. The last I checked it was running close to $50/nite. There's really not very many rv parks there. The KOA is next to a horse stable and has very tight turns. You couldn't get in there very easily with a long rv.
Lived in Estes 1995-2003 and been back three times. Elk Meadows used to be great and now in the so so category - and expensive. But it, and Spruce Lake, are the best in town; there are no great rv parks in Estes anymore IMHO. We will be going thru this summer and staying at Riverview on west end of Loveland; just before the climb up the "hill" on Hwy 34 to get to Estes.
DW of 50 great years, Barbara
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We stayed at Jellystone. Since we have a truck camper, we were able to fit in a nice site, but the bigger rigs were lined up in a open area. Not as much to do as other Jellystones we've stayed in, but we didn't spend a lot of time in the campground.