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Old 07-06-2012, 11:30 AM   #1
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Cripple creek co

As anyone stayed in cripple creek co. How are the roads getting there. I have a 40' dp. We are also looking at Deadwood? Thanks for any info you have.
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We were there in May. While we went in the Toad, the roads looked OK for our Journey. The campgrounds we say looked a little rough, but we did not check them out closely. Check RV Park reviews.

This was our first time back in 20 years and the town has changed dramatically. Casinos have taken over 80% of the store fronts. There is a very nice visitor center, the Mollie Cathleen mine is still doing tours, the burros still roam through town, and while in a new building the theater still operates. Kathy's Deja Vu Cafe was our hilight. Great pies and sandwiches.
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Thanks for the info. We are just trying to decide where we want to spend a month in August.
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The fire trouble should be past by August in the Colorado Springs area and the campgrounds should be open again. We found it to be a great base camp to see the area.

If you end up close to Divide be sure to make a reservation to tour the Wolf Sanctuary.
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