+1 for Cheyenne Mountain SP. Beautiful place with easy access to CO Springs. And yes, you get to hear Revile every morning, and Taps every night, if you're outside. We couldn't hear it from inside the rig unless the windows were open, which they frequently were because the weather was just so darn nice!
This park would be at the tippy top of my list of places to stay if we go back. And I'm sure we will.
The only hiccup we had was that there was some old-timer in our spot when we arrived. He didn't know that the park took reservations. Apparently it used to be a First come first served kind of place. I told him we had reservations, showed him the tag on the post with my name on it, he apologized and vacated. Host came over to make sure all was well, and the rest of the trip we were good to go.
Nice playground for the kiddos, nice little store with souvenirs and such, a few displays of local wildlife and information in there too. And we saw Mule Deer roaming about the campground as well as prairie dogs. Plenty of walking/biking trails if that's your thing. Full hookups, well maintained sites, etc. It was every bit as nice as some private CG's I've stayed at, and better than most.
They do close off many of the sites for winter, so just be aware of that when you make your reservations. They also close up public bathrooms and laundry facilities in winter too.
-2018 Greyhawk 29MV
-2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (Primary Toad)
-1994 Jeep Wrangler YJ (Secondary Toad)
-2014 Jay Flight 28BHBE & Ram 2500 6.4L CC 4x4 (sold)