General Campground Information
We are a dog-friendly campground and do not charge for pets kept in our guest's camping units. (RVs/Tents). We do have a 2-dog limit per RV site and cabins and a 1-dog limit per tent site.
Grand Lake KOA Marijuana Policy
After Hours Check-In
If you open this box, there will be an envelope with the name of the reservation on it. Inside this envelope there will be a map showing where your site is and how to get there, then you can come and register in the morning.
Monday - Thursday 8 AM to 6 PM
Friday & Saturday 8 AM to 7 PM
Sunday 8 AM to 5 PM
Tent area camping sink
Well behaved pets are always warmly welcomed. All dogs must remain on leash. Retractable leashes are acceptable but must be reeled in to a 6 ft. length when near other campers with or without other dogs. Any aggressive animal behavior will be met with swift action to protect the safety of all campers and their pets. Aggressive behavior includes excessively barking, growling, baring teeth, biting, etc. If your dog displays aggression towards other dogs or campers, 1) we will have to ask you to confine your dog to your camping unit, 2) leave the campground (any refunds will be at the managers discretion). The safety of everyone is our first concern.
Firearms and Fireworks
Meet Your Hosts
Welcome to Grand Lake!We've been happy campers for a long time. Much of our family camping experiences have been in Wisconsin. When our children became travel-worthy, we made several multi-state trips to national parks. Greg was in scouting and has always loved life outdoors. Peri studied outdoor recreation and park administration in college, camped as a child with her family, and has worked in a variety of state, federal and municipal park settings.Our Daughter, Jamie, worked at O'Connells Jellystone campground for two years. In 2016, she learned about campground management from the owner of Smokey Hollow Campground in Wisconsin. Jamie enjoys acting, playing Xbox, reading, bicycling, woodworking, and just being outdoors. Mark, 19, enjoys camping, Minecraft, riding bicycles, swimming, fishing, doing puzzles and eating pizza. We are blessed to have KOA Campgrounds on both sides of Rocky Mountain National Park!