Haggard’s RV Park Review – Pueblo, Colorado

Campground/RV Park: Haggard’s RV Campground
Location: 7910 W Hwy 50, Pueblo West, CO  81007    (719) 547-2101

Website: www.haggardsrvcampground.com

Date(s) Stayed: 9/9/15 – 9/21/15
Length of Stay: 2 weeks
Site #: E8 (Pull-Through)
Cost per night (with taxes): $297/week.  $27-37/week
Discount Used:  10% Good Sam
Connections: 50 amp Electric/Water and Dump Station
Stars:  3.5
Haggard’s RV Campground is set back from Highway 50 in West Pueblo. What a wonderful and peaceful location to enjoy sunsets and Daisy, the horse in the pasture.
Haggard’s RV Campground, under new management, is a diamond in the rough.  You can see their progress everyday!  The owners work hard daily trying to get the campground up to exceptional standards.  The staff is very personable, professional and accommodating.

Reservations and Check-In

We made our reservation about two months before arriving. Haggard’s RV Campground is easy to get to and has easy access throughout the campground to park. Check-in process was smooth and quick.
You can make a reservation and/or walk-ins are more than welcome.  During working hours, the owners may be out of the office however, they usually are on the campground premises. Their phone number is posted on the door if you need to speak with them immediately.

About the sites

Sites are fairly level dirt packed and are  of average space between sites. Some long-term campers reside there however they are quiet and keep to themselves. The campground is equipped with a clean laundry room, showers, rest rooms, free WiFi and lots of good open air. There is a horse ranch that abuts the campground which makes for beautiful photography with the mountains in the background. The sunsets over the mountains which provides for a beautiful evening. Be advised, there are few trees so if you’re looking for shady sites, Haggard’s RV Campground isn’t it.

Amenities & Utilities

When we stayed there, Haggard’s RV Campground worked at getting their in-ground pool in service for the 2016 season. There is a children’s playground.  Be advised that anyone under the age of 18 must be supervised at all times due to insurance policy rules. Pets are welcome but must be kept leashed at all times; not left alone or tied outside the camper/RV. There is a large fenced dog playing area for dog owners to allow their pups to run freely.  They expect dog owners to clean up after their dogs and not allow them to do their business on grassy areas between sites or common spaces.
Be aware that the wind blows at the campground often, so be cautious if hanging lawn art and flags, etc.  Fire pits must be approved by management. There may be fire bans in affect.
The campsite is on well water.  It is wise to run water prior to hooking up and a good filter system is highly recommended. Haggards RV Campground prohibits RV/Vehicle washing.

They also disallow clotheslines and storing under RVs.  Only 2 vehicles are permitted at each campsite.

What’s in the area

There are some cool places to visit such as downtown Pueblo antique stores and Pueblo Riverwalk, Professional Bull Riders Hall of Fame in Colorado Springs, Bishop Castle in Rye, Colorado, Royal Gorge Bridge, Royal Gorge Railroad, Cripple Creek Mining Town and Casino, Garden of the Gods, U.S. Air Force Academy Chapel, as well as Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, etc. There are plenty of other smaller tourist attractions in the area as well that you won’t want to miss.
If you prefer wide open spaces, Haggard’s RV Campground is awesome whether for short or long stays.  The fresh air and open range breezes are nice and the sunsets over the mountains are spectacular!!  We plan on returning again.

Another area RV Campground…

U.S. Air Force Academy Penegrine Pines FamCamp

2 Replies to “Haggard’s RV Park Review – Pueblo, Colorado”

  1. Good morning Sir,

    First and foremost I’m 100% disabled Veteran and is looking at starting RVING. My wife is also a Veteran and we have 3 boys and 3 dogs. What advice would you give us on how to start our journey? What site should we be searching and pitfalls we should look out for. I’ve searched all over YouTube and have not found many Veteran RV groups, do you have any recommendations?

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