DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO
DAKOTA RIDGE RV RESORT at GOLDEN, CO

Dakota Ridge RV Resort

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17800 W Colfax Ave
Golden, CO 80401

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Facility

10

Restrooms

10

Appeal

9

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Completeness of facilities

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The first campground rating evaluates completeness and quality of facilities.In this category we rate interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance.

Cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms and showers

10 / 10 / 10
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Visual Appeal and Environmental Quality

10 / 10 / 10

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Last Year's Rate:
$55 to $70
Season:
Open All Year
Elevation:
6,049 ft (1843.7352 m)

Facility

Type (RV Park)
Dump Station
Partial Handicap Access
Emergency Phone

Policies

Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Pets Welcome
Pet Restrictions
Pet Restriction on Quantity
Pet Restriction on Breed
No Tents

Sites

Spaces Available (141)
Width (28)
Paved Sites (141)
Max Length (70)
30 Amp
50 Amp
Shaded (Some)
Side-by-Side Hookups
Big Rig Sites
Full Hookups (141)
Max Amps (50)
Pull-thrus (88)
Pull-thru Size (28 x 70)
Back-ins (24 x 50)
Room for Slideouts (Yes)
Site Length (70)
Table at Site
Trash Pickup at Site

Internet

WiFi at Overnite Sites
WiFi at Park
WiFi at Park Supports Mobile Devices
2 Devices supported per Overnite Site
141 Sites with WiFi

Recreational Facilities

Heated Pool
Hot Tub
Rec Hall
Playground
Exercise Room
Putting Green

Other Amenities & Services

Road Condition (Good)
Road Type (Paved)
Restroom and Showers
Laundry
RV Supplies
Metered LP Gas
Escort to Site
Onsite RV Service
RV Storage
Self-Service RV Wash
Restrooms

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Dakota Ridge RV Resort
Avg Rating 2.69 Dakota Ridge RV Resort (26) Reviews
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interior roads, sites, registration area, hookups, recreation, swimming, security, laundry, store and building maintenance...
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cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
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Date of Stay: April, 2016
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It is very OVER priced. Almost $75.00 a night for a back in space, super odd staff that spends most of your check in time telling you what yon CANNOT do. After we paid they told us everything in the park that was shut down, didn't work or under repair.

It seems that front desk thinks this is the greatest place EVER, however it is a average RV park with average service and average hook ups. The ONLY thing that is above average is the price.
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
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Extremely unfriendly staff. I was told I had to be guided into my site. Previous reviews state that the sites are very narrow, the reason for a guide. Well the guide did not do his job as he ran me into a tree limb. In order for me to move forward or back the limb had to be cut off the tree. My insurance said it was my fault because I was the driver. I get that but the park said oh well too bad. The next day the park was full and I experienced a low or high voltage on one leg of the 120 volt system. Shame on me for not having a surge/low voltage protector. I now have one but extensive damage was done to my Class A. Again the park management said oh well too bad. I guess the love of the almighty dollar is greater than taking care of their customers.
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Date of Stay: July, 2015
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There aren't many campgrounds in the Denver (I-70) area but Dakota is probably one of the nicest ones to stay at. We tried getting in another one but it was full, THANK GOODNESS!
We pulled in around 7:30pm in hopes of finding something or we would've had to backtrack to who knows where. They actually had one available spot for a 30 footer so we got really lucky. Next morning, 8am, we went to check in and we asked for another night because we wanted to go to Rocky Mountain NP that day so we definitely needed another night. The park IS an hour and a half away and lots of traffic in Estes Park. We didn't wanna tote our trailer up there to a campground, we were close to burnout towing for two weeks through mountains. They weren't sure if it was possible but the gentleman who helped us really worked the system and got it all worked out for us. We had to wait for him to call us to let us know if we could stay so it was enough time for breakfast and by 9:00am he called and said we could stay on the site we had. He knew we wanted to get to the park soon, as he knew the distance we would be driving. We would've moved if we had to but he worked it out for us to stay in that spot. We were on with our day from that point forward.
The staff at Dakota were all very friendly with smiles on their faces, it was a pleasure to meet them. Our site was good, it's totally what we needed but there was kind of a construction business right behind us and they started work about 8am and didn't stop until about 10pm. It wasn't overly loud or anything and there is brush and trees between us and them but they do keep their radio on and you can hear them talking and fussing at each other. Not that big of a deal but I'd stay on another row and have no view of them at all, if you're the type to make reservations.
The bathroom was very nice and comfortable for showering. My son enjoyed the pool one evening. The whole campground was nice and clean. It was a short stay but we enjoyed it. I thought it was the perfect, last minute ending to our two and a half week trip and Dakota helped us out! I would stay here again to go to RMNP.
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Date of Stay: October, 2016
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We no longer recommend Dakota Ridge. Beware. This is not a "resort". It's nothing more than an out of date, over priced, rule laden, older RV park. The sites are short by today's standards, so many RVs extend into the street, and vehicles park extended into the street, to the extent that big rig manuvering can be a challenge. Reservations require a 50% NON-REFUNDABLE deposit. Holiday weekends require a three day minmum at an escalated $70/day. Your guests are charged $5/vehicle plus $5/person -- even for a few minutes visit. And, if not paid, the park's golf cart police will rudely insist on them leaving immediately. Also, fines abound. Our family have used this park for many years -- going back to when it was the Scenic Rock Campground. The draconian customer treatment has been instituted over the past three years. We will no longer use Dakota Ridge. There are better alternatives.
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Date of Stay: May, 2016
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This park is going through some changes. They changed the staff, who for the most part were very nice. They are removing most of the slabs on the sites that were cracking or not level . they are pouring new concrete on these sites! Great! The bad news is they do this while you are there. For the prices that they charge you would think that you were in for the time of your life, wrong! This park is too small for the big rigs of today. I have seen soo many people complain about there spot. This is a nice park, but it seems like the corporate owners could care less if you come back or not, because they are always full. That's a shame, this is such a nice area. NO POOL NO HOT TUB while I was there. The reck hall has one very old pool table, and some free weights, that's it. 16 days costed me 1100.00. I will never go back again.
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Date of Stay: June, 2016
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Facility was clean, staff were very nice. Only negative to report during our stay was we had two rubber orange marker cones stolen. I use them to mark a slide out that has been walked into in the past. I have removable pipe insulator sleeves as bumpers on the slide edges along with the marker cones placed on the ground beneath the slide out. If you leave items outside your RV be sure they are secured to your RV. My location was E3 which is visible from the road. We did check with the staff to be sure they were not mistakenly picked up by the staff rather than stolen.....sorry to report they were stolen!
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Date of Stay: June, 2016
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the bathrooms and washer/dryer area are wonderful. This is not a camperground this is an rv parking lot. There was no TV and in June the pool was "closed for the season" if you like to sit outside of your camper at all this is not the place unless you enjoy looking at your neighbors sewage hose. We were not informed the TV and pool were not available nor were we compensate $
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Date of Stay: October, 2016
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We travel full time in a 45 foot coach and have been traveling from 2008. So, in other words, A LOT. I mention this so you know we have things to compare to. WE HAVE NO IDEA on how this park gets good reviews.

The park is rated as a Big Rig park. While we did fit, it truly is NOT setup to handle large rigs. Few sites fit a 45 foot coach here and the pads just fit the coach and you step out on rocks if you do not twist an angle on the concrete.

The site they gave us, a "PULL THROUGH" which we can not pull out of as we would not be able to make the turn as they have a light poll in the way and the site in front of you is too close as the road is too narrow. As such, this pull through site needs to be backed out of. We made mention of this to them and the answer was that they have few sites that will fit. We did tell them that the site they put us in, while we did fit, we could not pull out of and need to back out. We asked for a back in site, which is less expensive, and they said we would not fit. So not only do we still need to back out of a pull through, we needed to pay the higher price.

The site is not level, a number of them are not, and we could not use our jacks and needed to air level, good thing we have that option, as the site is so off, the jack leveling system said NO WAY!

Then you have the sewer line that goes UP HILL! Yes, depending on which way you are parked, your line may be UP HILL and thus becomes an issue when it comes time to put things away as there is no way to empty the tube before you disconnect.

The sites also share a common area. So your door is facing the door of your neighbor. So you have no private area. In fact, we can not even use the picnic table as it is at about a 20 degree due to tree roots. And that tree is so close and over grown that we can not use the awnings.

Ok, water pressure...They have good static pressure. Note what I said...Static. When it is OFF the press build up to about 60 Psi, however when you open it, it is good for about 3 seconds and then it drops to about 30 Psi. We have to use our water pump.

Note...They also will not even accept deliveries. So be sure you do not need that.

Office Staff was very nice. They felt bad but could not really do anything. We did let them know that it would be good to NOT put a 45 foot coach in that site in the future. Wi-Fi uses Ubnt commercial gear with Wireless bridges and then AP's off of that. (Which is right.) The bad part, too many bridges with only on one master AP they connect to. They seem to limit speed to 3Mbps down and .5 up. The down speed works well (at least right now) but they could up the upload speed to even 1 Mbps. 3 Mbps is enough for surfing and email and is how a park should be setup. (Seeing I do these, I do agree with how it was done except for the single master bridge AP.)

We stayed late October and at this time it costed us $61 a night!!!! Too much for what the park is. But I guess you pay for the location and not now nice the park could be.

Would would leave if we could, but there is NO REFUNDS and also they take 50% on booking that is not refundable. Glad we only booked 3 nights, but that is 3 nights too long. YOU WILL BE MUCH BETTER OFF IN A STATE PARK. (Sigh, nothing close to the area.)
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Date of Stay: June, 2016
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Unfriendly staff, pool out of order our entire vacation, hot tub closed down earlier than what sign stated, overly priced, ongoing maintenance on our site and poor communication from staff. We were extremely disappointed with this place!! We would've definitely stayed at another place if we would've been informed of the pool not being in working condition. We had 4 children with us under the age of 6 that we paid extra for this place because of their pool. We should've been informed of the pool not working! We, in turn, had to pay other places with pools such as rec centers and other facilities all while still paying Dakota Ridge for their daily fee. Very disappointed we didn't receive a refund and owners are not willing to resolve issues. Would never stay there again as they ruined our vacation!!
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Date of Stay: March, 2016
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A pretty good-sized community park. It is on the western edge of the metropolitan Denver city limits, at the base of the foothills. The staff was friendly, the clubhouse was bright and open. The land there is on the side/bottom of a small hill, so the campsites are not as level as we may have liked. With leveling blocks and such, we were able to nestle in pretty well. The restrooms were decent but the showers were cold, not something you want to experience when there is snow on the ground outside. At $50 a night, I would have expected steam in my shower stall. Instead, it was a quick in-and-out.
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Date of Stay: May, 2017
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We had a confirmed 3-day reservation for full hookups for my 32 ft 5th wheel but when we arrived we were told that the only remaining site had no water. They said they had potable water supply to fill my tanks to use during our stay but when the escort brought me to the water source it was their dump station hose and was clearly labeled as non-potable water. The escort said it was city water and safe to drink but when I asked that he drink from it he responded that he doesn't drink city water. They offered to refund our money and we could leave but they also said that there are no other parks with openings in the area (which my wife called and confirmed). As a result we had no option but to stay at the site with no water. I suggested to the manager that he at least offer some small discount due to the error and no water and he refused, again stating we could leave. Horrible customer service. Apart from this huge issue, the park physically was acceptable. They offer cement pads although ours was far from level. Our was a pull-though site of sufficient length and offered a picnic table. Spacing was about 10 ft apart with grass yards between. The advertised wifi did not reach our trailer. Overall this is not the experience I expected from a Good Sam's listed Campground. I would never stay here again.
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Date of Stay: September, 2016
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Sites not level

Lots of rules - they make you sign extra forms about their dog rules that they don't enforce, one quick walk around and you'll see lot of dogs chained up outside with no owner out with them. and there's dog barking all day around the park.

No dog park

$5 per visitor and $5 per car for visitors who aren't staying the night, they just came for dinner

Pricy Laundry - $2.50 to Wash, $2 to dry and my clothes were still damp

Tight roads hard to back into spot

We were on the outside edge and there's an industrial area next door who work from 6am to 9pm very loudly

Limited restrooms, only located at the office and not many toilets. the restrooms also close from 3:30pm-5:30pm everyday for cleaning.

No cable

Terrible wifi

I wish Denver had more options for RV parks than places like this couldn't be so awful.

Positive - it's a clean park and not far from downtown Golden
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Date of Stay: August, 2015
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campground has tight pull-tru sites,concrete pads are only as wide as the coach, so when you step out of your coach you could be on unlevel ground. No cable & wi-fi was very poor . They have a no refund policy for early departure no matter the reason !!! Even if they rent out your site they still refuse to refund your payment !!!!!
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Date of Stay: October, 2015
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Always enjoy staying here when I visit family in Boulder. Enjoy it's close proximity to my fav Red Rock park. Easy to walk to restaurants, convenient drive to shopping. Great hiking and trails just over the ridge, off sight.

Friendly staff, always greet with a smile and work hard to accommodate your needs. Lovely common room to hang out in with friends or family. Spaces are a bit tight but you are in a city, and it's a busy, popular area. They helped me park my rig with no problem. Prices are high here as they are in most popular high tourist destinations, but it's worth it. Well maintained facilities and pretty campground with nice views nestled in the hills. This is my second stay here and I always look forward to returning.
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Date of Stay: June, 2017
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At first glance Dakota Ridge looks lovely. As you drive in to your site though, (we arrived at 7 pm; office was closed but paperwork was waiting for us in the lobby), the roads are very narrow, cars jutt into the roads making driving to your spot a challenge - a big challenge. Our site was small - all the sites are narrow and short - which is why cars and rigs extend into the roadways. The site itself was a nice level slab - but there's grass on either side and there's almost a ditch and big step down from the slab to the grass if you want to walk around. Because everything is so tight, getting our coach into the site at the right angle was impossible. We tow a car and it's just about sticking out on one corner - we didn't have a choice of pulling up more as even with two joined sewer hoses we would not have been able to reach the dump pipe had we moved up. Water and electric connections work fine but are old. There's soft mud/spongy filling in the ditch in a small area of the concrete pad which I suppose is to facilitate walking but its spongy and prevents putting a step-stool down - so getting into/out of the rig isn't all that easy. These fillings also track dirt wherever you walk. We didn't bother to level our coach as the pads are pretty level - and if we did I don't think I'd be able to get in/out without climbing on handrails. There are signs all over to clean up after your dog - but there are few garbage receptacles; I walked to the office to find one, which was full and I had to stuff a poop bag in.
The pictures of Dakota Ridge are lovely, but clearly taken when the park wasn't nearly filled - during our stay it seems packed. This is one of those cramped parks where if you put your arm out a window you'd come very close to touching your neighbor.
Haven't met any staff - our paperwork said to be sure to check in tmw morning by 10 - however I am expecting them to be overpriced for what's at best mediocre accommodations. We would likely not stay here again. Have no idea how Good Sam rated this camp ground so highly.
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Date of Stay: April, 2017
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We requested a long pull thru when I made the reservation. they take you to your spot It was to short. I called office and they told me they made a mistake and moved to a longer one. The spots are very narrow (my tires are approx. 2" from a drop-off ). They don't have cable TV anymore.). This rv park is way over priced for what you get. I wont stay here again.
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Date of Stay: May, 2016
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Great park and views. But the employees are aweful!
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Date of Stay: August, 2016
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The park is very clean, nice showers, bathrooms, laundry room, and pool. On checking in staff was efficient and friendly. You are escorted to your site which can be helpful or a hindrance. Spaces are very close together side by side and the path to your space is narrow. Parking your vehicle can be difficult.

During the weekend the site is relatively quiet with the exception of barking dogs outside of the park. Monday a.m. the industrial noise was incredible. Large semi-trucks backing up, honking, and unloading.

On Monday, the day we were scheduled to check out by 11 a.m., we received a call about a family emergency. We decided I would stay in Boulder and my husband would return to Texas with the trailer. Because of the traffic issue and the fact he would have to take me to a residential area I went to the office to ask if we could have leeway with checkout time so he could leave the trailer, take me to Boulder, and then return to hook-up and pull out. I was told that if the trailer was not out by twelve it would be towed and it would be $25 dollars extra without exception. I admit I was very upset by the emergency at the time but I do understand the way businesses run. I would have gladly paid the $25 dollars but the callous approach left us both with a very bad taste. While hooking up the gentlemen in the golf ?carts came by and ask us if we were leaving (we were disconnecting utilities), and circled around twice more before we could pullout.

The park is expensive $158.00/3 nights. It is called a resort, but does not have the amenities of a resort. It is good for an overnight stay when you have places to go. It is always full due to the lack of RV parks in the area therefor they don't need your business and it shows.
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Date of Stay: September, 2016
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Clean park, friendly, helpful staff. We didn't use the restrooms or the laundry so I can't say anything about them.

Sites were a bit smaller than we would have liked, but not uncomfortable. We never did get the wifi to work, but we didn't really need it so we didn't ask for help so that's not the park's fault. Liked the trash pickup service, that's helpful. The only 'complaint' would be the bar to the west with a loud band at night. But we couldn't hear it inside the RV so it was not a problem for us.

Otherwise I'd say it's a nice place. We usually prefer to be out of town a ways, but it's a nice place none the less.
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Date of Stay: September, 2015
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Very nice, well kept RV park. Will stay here again.
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E-bnd: From Jct of I-70 & US-40 (exit 259), NE 1.5 mi on US-40/Colfax Ave (R); or W-bnd: From Jct of I-70 & US-40 (exit 262), W 1.7 mi on US-40/Colfax Ave (L)