My Kind Of Place

That’s what this adorable Twin Rivers RV Park, here in Antonito, Colorado, is to me. I wanted to capture this lovely place in pictures for my travel memories, as well as to document our experiences here in Antonito, Colorado. I will also try to describe in as much detail as I can for our daughter, Shantel, who likes to read about our adventures.

This morning after breakfast, Bill/Papa and I took a walk around the grounds. The first place we investigated was the cute little shower house. One side says Cowboys, and the other side says Ladies.


The ladies shower room was spotless and decorated all in a pretty shade of blue and white.

Next we checked out the pavilion. This is a place for sure decorated just to my liking, with wooden floors, checkered tablecloths, rocking chairs, and lots of antiques spread throughout. Campground guests are allowed to use this anytime they want, to play board games that are provided, read books that are also provided, or to entertain their guests that stop by to visit them.

I fell in love with these blue jeans made into little curtains. How cute is that?

They have a coin operated washer and dryer for guests to use. Bill/Papa was for sure checking that out.

Our little slice of this heaven is really shaded, especially towards the back of our motorhome, so that is where we set up our table, chairs, and outside cooking equipment. Just the perfect spot for coffee in the morning, and happy hour in the afternoon.

Just beyond the back of our sitting space, is a huge spot filled with nice, big, cottonwood trees that provide shade throughout the park.

They also have little cabins for rent here.

The outside of the office is all fixed-up with flowers

that are so pretty and welcoming. Some of the flowers are planted in tin bathtub type of containers painted in pretty colors,

and there are flowers in hanging pots all around the park.

A large covered wagon greets you as you enter the park. That was my first indication that I was going to love staying here.


One of two rivers runs right through the park, and we can fish there anytime we want. We do love to fish.

All along the river bank there are cute benches. I love this one that has wagon wheels attached to each end and is painted blue. And, there are bridges so you can cross the river.

In addition to the benches, there are chairs throughout the park, placed beside the river, that almost seem to beg you to come, sit, and stay awhile.

And if all that were not enough, if you have horses, you can bring them, and keep them in the corral that has a nice size pasture right beside it.

They also have a nice little playground for the little children.

The only negative thing I can say, if I had to say anything, would be that I would like more space between neighbors. But, that just makes me appreciate, even more, the generous amount of space we have at McDowell Mountain Regional Park when we are there for the winter months.

Love, love, LOVING this area!

Stay Tuned






4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gotham girl
    Jun 02, 2018 @ 20:03:01

    Oh, I love it and it is so YOU!!! The month there will just fly by! Enjoy all that green beauty and can’t wait to see your first fish! 🎣


  2. Ellen Kaufman
    Jun 04, 2018 @ 14:42:15

    This is so so very cute and so scenic. You have the comforts and pleasantries for living a carefree vacation. The area for your morning coffee and happy hour is awesome. So all and all you picked a good one. Have fun and keep us posted. 💗💗


    • beyondcinderella
      Jun 05, 2018 @ 12:18:21

      It is beautiful here Aunt Ellen. So many huge cottonwood trees that provide a lot of shade. And the river that runs right behind our space is so peaceful and provides lots of lovely spots to sit and fish. We are having fun exploring this area for the month of June, then we will be off to another area of Colorado. Love and hug to all. XoXo


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