Koa Kampgrounds

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  • 1910 N Taft Hill Rd

    Fort Collins, CO 80524

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  • 970-484-9880

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As full-time RVers, we have never experienced anything even remotely close to the degree of menacing behavior that the senior owner of Lakeside KOA inflicted upon my wife. She was simply asking why our guests were charged $26.00 for two toddlers to play on the playground. His response was hostile and threatening. He shouted insults at her as he followed closely behind her as she retreated from the office.

I recommend that women do not enter campground office alone if senior owner is present. Travelers and guests with young children should consult the State of Colorado, Bureau of Investigation web site (http://www.colorado.gov/apps/cdps/soma/) regarding multiple convicted sex offenders who reside in the immediate vicinity of KOA/Lakeside. The campgrounds main entrance is only guarded part-time

The campground food service cart is located at the campgrounds former sewage dump station. During the latest inspection (2012), the Larimer County Health Department (http://www.larimer.org/food/) rated food safety at the KOA/Lakeside as Marginal.

The south-side of the Lakeside KOA campground is near an active asphalt plant and gravel quarries, with industrial noise/odors and heavy truck traffic commencing at dawn. I woke one morning to the pounding roar of a low-flying helicopter spraying insecticides on the corn field just 25 feet from our north-side camp site.

The Better Business Bureau (http://wynco.bbb.org/)has downgraded its rating of the KOA/Lakeside to C because the owners have failed to respond to customer complaints, and KOA/Lakeside is not accredited by the Better Business Bureau. The Lakeside KOA has disabled the online review feature on their corporate KOA website.

The east-side of the campground is near marshy area with stagnant water, and mosquitos can be thick. Interior roadways are not paved. Well water has a brown tint. There are occasional brown-outs during hot weather and power failures during electrical storms. Verizon coverage is weak.

The senior owner of KOA/Lakeside also owns the other two KOAs north of Fort Collins. We found alternative campgrounds near Fort Collins that are managed by the Colorado Division of Wildlife and Parks, Larimer County, and the US Forest Service. We especially liked Boyd Lake State Park, which is in nearby Loveland Colorado and only 5 miles from southern Fort Collins Colorado

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As full-time RVers, we have never experienced anything even remotely close to the degree of menacing behavior that the senior owner of Lakeside KOA inflicted upon my wife. She was simply asking why our guests were charged $26.00 for two toddlers to play on the playground. His response was hostile and threatening. He shouted insults at her as he followed closely behind her as she retreated from the office.

I recommend that women do not enter campground office alone if senior owner is present. Travelers and guests with young children should consult the State of Colorado, Bureau of Investigation web site (http://www.colorado.gov/apps/cdps/soma/) regarding multiple convicted sex offenders who reside in the immediate vicinity of KOA/Lakeside. The campgrounds main entrance is only guarded part-time

The campground food service cart is located at the campgrounds former sewage dump station. During the latest inspection (2012), the Larimer County Health Department (http://www.larimer.org/food/) rated food safety at the KOA/Lakeside as Marginal.

The south-side of the Lakeside KOA campground is near an active asphalt plant and gravel quarries, with industrial noise/odors and heavy truck traffic commencing at dawn. I woke one morning to the pounding roar of a low-flying helicopter spraying insecticides on the corn field just 25 feet from our north-side camp site.

The Better Business Bureau (http://wynco.bbb.org/)has downgraded its rating of the KOA/Lakeside to C because the owners have failed to respond to customer complaints, and KOA/Lakeside is not accredited by the Better Business Bureau. The Lakeside KOA has disabled the online review feature on their corporate KOA website.

The east-side of the campground is near marshy area with stagnant water, and mosquitos can be thick. Interior roadways are not paved. Well water has a brown tint. There are occasional brown-outs during hot weather and power failures during electrical storms. Verizon coverage is weak.

The senior owner of KOA/Lakeside also owns the other two KOAs north of Fort Collins. We found alternative campgrounds near Fort Collins that are managed by the Colorado Division of Wildlife and Parks, Larimer County, and the US Forest Service. We especially liked Boyd Lake State Park, which is in nearby Loveland Colorado and only 5 miles from southern Fort Collins Colorado

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