The speed limit within the four campgrounds is 10 MPH, 5 MPH in some areas. The speed limit between campgrounds and the road to the upper campground is 15 MPH. Individuals can be fined by the board of directors for repeated speeding violations.
CAMPGROUND OF THE ROCKIES ASSOCIATION
- Place your propane tank, labeled with your lot number, inside the gate of the propane station before 8:00am.
- Your tank will be filled in the morning, then placed outside the gate and a charge slip will be attached.
- Take your charge slip to the office during business hours and pay for your propane. You may also place a check made out to CORA for the amount of your propane and drop it through the slot in the office door when the office is closed.
Camp Fire – (amended April 2016)
- You must have a campfire permit before lighting a campfire at your site.
- You no longer need to call Park County Fire information line before lighting a fire
- You are required to call the burn line 719-836-4160 to determine if a burn ban is in effect for Park County
- You are required to know the various rules and regulations of your Fire District, if you have any questions contact the Fire Department or the Park County Communications Director at 719.836.4115
- View a pdf of the complete Fire District Campfire Rules
- Hours: 9:00am to 8:00pm
- Aqua Aerobics 8:00am to 9:00am
- Children under 16 must be supervised by an adult present in the pool enclosure.
The CORA Wi-Fi system is a secure, password protected, free Wi-Fi system. You may obtain the password from the office during business hours. There is an open network available in the clubhouse.
The CORA Wi-Fi system is funded from the Cell Tower Lease revenue and not HOA fees. Due to topography, trees and other negative impacts it works better in some locations than others.
Cora Net is a shared network and is to be used for general web surfing, checking email, online banking and other Internet activities not requiring large amounts of bandwidth. Individual usage is limited to 1 gigabyte per 24 hours. Users exceeding this limit may be denied access.
If your wifi signal strength is poor at your site, “ways to improve your wifi service”.
An internet based social communication network.
Stay in touch with other CORA members by subscribing to this email network. To subscribe, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with your name, lot # and email address. Whenever a subscriber wishes to communicate with all of the CORAFOLKS subscribers, they simply send one email to email@example.com and it is automatically broadcast to every subscriber.
Site Construction – What you need to know before you start:
TRASH, SLASH, LARGE WASTE MATERIAL & METAL SCRAP
- Dumpsters are for household trash generated during your stay at CORA.
- Do not place hazardous material, large objects, metal, wood, dirt or branches in dumpsters.
- There is a fenced burn pit for the disposal of slash only.
- Slash is defined as trees and brush less than 3 inch in diameter.
- No pine cones are permitted.
Large Trailer next to burn pit
- Any non-metal material which does not qualify to be placed in the burn pit may be placed in this trailer.
Small Metal Trailer behind burn pit
- All large metal scrap may be placed here.
ICE: Ice is available for sale in the office during business hours.
Water Spigots: The state requires all water spigots to have a vacuum breaker installed. Vacuum breakers are available for purchase from the CORA office during business hours.
Selling/buying lots: If you are interesting in buying or selling a lot at the Campground of the Rockies, please go to the Lots for Sales page.