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We were up at 2:00AM to get ready to go see the solar eclipse. We left our hotel in Ft. Collins, Fort Collins Marriott at 2:45AM. I was having a nosebleed and one of the ladies at the front desk gave me a box of...More
We were there for the eclipse with thousands of other people. The park remained beautiful and there was little trash. The staff seemed friendly and patient even though they were way overworked. The toilet paper remained stocked...Kudos to the preparedness. Remember that the pit toilets...More
We absolutely loved our time at Glendo State Park. They were incredibly well-organized for the eclipse and staff were all quite friendly. They were prepared for crowds and provided extra porta potties that were cleaned daily. We stayed at Mule Hill Campground and really enjoyed...More
This used to be the absolute best camping in the state. Easily accessible, and if you went to Broken Arrow campground it was quiet and not crowded, the restrooms are always clean (maybe not right at the end of a holiday weekend, but in general),...More
Came to Glendo to go camping for a few days. All of the first come first serve spots were full, because the reserved spots are unavailable, but empty!!! You have to reserve the spot 48 hours in advance, so as a result, the spots were...More