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Buffalo Hills RV Park

Contact Info
22018 US Hwy 6
Sterling, CO 80751

Phone 1:
970-522-2233
Basics
Number of Sites:
90 sites
Price:
Daily: $22 - $30
Weekly: $110 - $180

Description

We are located on the prairie in northeast Colorado, 1/2 mile off Interstate 76, at the edge of the city of Sterling, Colorado.

Our warm days and cool quiet evenings are well suited for camping. We have some of the most spectacular prairie sunsets God ever made! Camp with us and get the rest you need after a long hard day on the road. You will get a great nights sleep.

We can accommodate tents, vans, pop-ups, trailers, 5th wheels, class C and Class A RV's. Come stay and relax only 5 minutes from shopping, golfing, dining, and entertainment. A beautiful lake for warm water fishing, water skiing, and sailing is only 20 minutes away.

Our sites are mostly shaded, level, pull-thrus and have full hook-ups. Our tent area (the grove) is an open grove of trees. We have an area with "electric only" that will accept tents, popups, and vans. Our main loop features long pull thru sites with water, 30 amp electricity, and sewer and can accommodate long RV's.

Our facilities include a large swimming pool, multi-purpose room, playground, horse shoes, laundromat, showers and restrooms (our shower and restroom facilities are as nice as you will find anywhere). We have some very cool Pedal Karts for rent. Click on our "rates and events" link at the bottom of the page to see our calendar of special events and theme weekends. In our store you can find beverages, ice, groceries, ice cream, propane, RV supplies, and a great selection of Colorado gifts.

Buffalo Hills Campground can accommodate a single tent camper, a camping club, or family reunion; please call and ask about additional services available for groups. We can arrange catering of all kinds to make us your one-stop group facility.

Come stay with us for a day or a week. Play mini-golf, watch the wildlife and relax in the quiet of the western Prairie. Call, write, or E-mail today - the sunsets are on us!

Amenities

Basic Amenities
  • Drinking Water
  • Hot & Cold Running Water
  • Hot Showers
  • Modern Restrooms
  • Pull-Through RV Sites
  • RV Sites
Special Features
  • Convenience Store
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Laundry
  • LP Gas Sold
  • Playground
Additional Conveniences
  • Pets Allowed
  • Phone
  • Free WiFi
  • Tent Sites Available
Additional Notes

Free Wireless Internet available from your site

AVAILABLE MEMORIAL DAY TO LABOR DAY Swimming Pool - Saturday Night BBQ - Complimentary Pancakes Saturday and Sunday Morning - Convenience Store/Gifts/Snacks - Recreation Room - Horseshoes - Laundry Facilities Playground - Clean Restrooms - Propane - Pedal Kart Rentals - Computer with Hi-speed internet at store.

Details

Price
Daily: $22 - $30
Weekly: $110 - $180
Pull through with sewer, water, 30 amp electric, and Cable TV - Daily - $30 - Weekly - $180 Includes 100 Kwh Electricity

Pull through with sewer, water, and 30 amp electric - Daily - $27 - Weekly - $168 Includes 100 Kwh Electricity

Electricity (20 or 30 amp) only (class B, Pop-up, Van, Tent)- Daily - $24 - Weekly - $144 Includes 100 Kwh Electricity

Primitive tent site - Daily - $22 - 5 day maximum stay

Basic Info
Total Sites:
90 sites
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RV Hookups:
Yes

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