Price reflects PA discount. We have stayed here several times. This a one night stop for us as it works out perfectly from our home. They are now getting more permanent or long term residents which makes it harder to get into since they don't take reservations. They only have three vacant spaces the last time we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Passport America discount. We stayed here overnight and had plenty of room to maneuver. We were put in space #9, at the end of the first row. Not much in the way of amenities and as a previous reviewer stated the hookups are on an elevated island, so we didn't bother with them. Water pressure and power were ok and we didn't have any problem with satellite. Sites seemed to be fairly level. The Wi-Fi was hit and miss. The mosquitos were the size of B-52 bombers. Bug spray containing 7% deet helped. We had a rig a few spaces down from us with 2 medium sized dogs that started howling at about 5:00 in the morning. Otherwise, noise wasn't too bad. Conveniently located right off Highway 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good place to stop for the night. Sites were easy to get into and hook up. "Shade" is really not something you could say you have. Sites were level and it was quiet, though located near highway. Front staff friendly. Laundry room very reasonable and clean. The one shower room was adequate, though the shower was very dirty ( but functioned). The pool was down. For the money, it was worth it. I would return if traveling and needed a place to stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We did not have Passport America - so rate is higher than other reviews. Located behind a cheap motel (easy registration in hotel) and right off the I-10 freeway. Has level pull-through spots with hookups. Free Wi-Fi at site. Did not use restroom/shower facilities - needed separate key. We were only passing through - so just a place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We spent two nights here while visiting friends. The park is very clean. Sites were gravel and level. Hookups were easy to get to on a raised iland, but that meant the sewer hose had to go up hill and you know what doesn't flow uphill. Voltage was excellent. Water was decent. WiFi was great and there was an excellent Verizon 4G signal. Got several over the air TV stations on the batwing antenna. I did not find any problem with the motel being in front. This is a place to leave the rig while you sight see or visit friends, as we did. It's not a resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 3 nights; quite convenient to town, fuel, and the interstate. Reasonably clean, felt secure. Level sites. Had some park water system problems while we were there, and the laundry was totally unusable. Wifi worked reasonably well. Would be fine to stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Passport America rate of $18.50. We had a 50 amp gravel / stone pull through FHU and WiFi that was very good. All sites are very level and have nice separation and a tree between sites. We were not sure what to expect based on some other reviews so we checked in for one night. After going out for the afternoon and seeing how nice the city is we added two additional nights. Verizon cell was very good. Broadband was 4G but we used the WiFi. TV via bat wing was good. We picked up all 4 networks and a host of other stations. We did not use the laundry or baths. As posted before they are not the best. White Sands National Monument is 54 miles away and well worth a visit. Las Cruces is a very nice place with lots of places to eat and drink. We found a bar and grill over by the University and had a really good burger there. We would stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a no frills RV park. It is part of and located behind a fairly seedy motel. Check-in is in the motel office. The RV park is OK but the motel set the atmosphere for the RV park. The restrooms and showers were two empty motel rooms. The rooms have no furniture and the original bathrooms. There is a $5 key deposit for each restroom/shower. After looking at them we decided to shower in the RV. There is also a Mexican food restaurant on site which closes at 7:00 PM. We went over at 6:30 to pick up a couple of tacos and the restaurant was already closed. There is no cable TV and we could not get CBS on the coach antenna. The rate was a Passport America rate of $18.50 CASH only. This was our first Passport America stay after joining and we are a little worried that we have wasted our money on Passport America. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was perfect for an overnight stay. Right off of I-10, easy in and out; level sites with shade. Staff was friendly and check-in was quick & smooth. Price reflects Passport America discount. Has a cafe next door for a quick bite if you don't feel like cooking, which we didn't after a long, long day of driving. We didn't have to unhook with the easy pull-through, which made our exit the next morning fast and easy. This isn't a "stay and play" type of place, but works great for what it is, and the price is right too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A no-frills park, with wide pull-through spaces, friendly staff, and great WiFi. Right off the I-10, but no road noise to speak of. Stayed an extra night to go to White Sands Natl Monument, which was great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basically an RV park stuck behind a motel. Very dated with several permanent residents. The restrooms are in the hotel. No facilities in the campground. The pool was closed permanently as was the water fountain in the CG. Sites were level but lots of dust. Advertised as Big Rig friendly, but 40' should be their max. There are a couple sites in the back large enough for a 45' but access to them was tight. Right off I-10 but little road noise. Rate reflects Passport America discount, so at that rate, we got what we paid for. Good for a one night stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 2 nights. Good campground for a stopover. Laundry is reasonable, but the washers are not the cleanest. A complaint we have is when the office told us they would handle an item for us and then they did not. Other than that one item it is a good place to stay on the way somewhere else. We did have a chance to visit Old Mesilla which is not far away. Good food and shopping nearby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I gave this place four star rating as it is a great overnight stop with easy access from I-10 and nice level pull thru sites. But, there are no amenities and I do not recommend it for long term stays. The water pressure tends to be low but not terrible. We stayed here in a fifth wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Basic gravel lots with back in and pull throughs. We had a pull through. The power was good. The Wi-Fi is fast. We had a nice view of the parking lot of the motel and the interstate. The rate is a PA rate of $18.75 cash or check only. The door to the men's shower was locked, and I used the one in our coach. We were going to go up the road but it got late and we settled for this. It was good for a night and not too noisy. I'd stay here again if I had to. It's easy on and off the interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based upon other reviews of this park I was expecting the worse so maybe my review might be generous because of it. We were pleasantly surprised that although we would Never stay at the motel the RV park was actually very nice. FHU all worked well. We will stay here again when visiting Las Cruces! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was a lot better than expected. RV parks attached to motels can be a poor after thought. This park is laid out well and has nice pull throughs. The services are good, but the sewage drain does not screw in. The WIFI is strong and fast. There is some noise from I-10. The roadways are gravel, so it could get dusty if busy. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Price reflects Passport America rate. Not a lot of choices of campgrounds in Las Cruces. This place was okay for the price but I'm not sure we would stay here again. Sites are gravel, level. Everything worked well, including the Wi-Fi. But the park isn't in the nicest part of town and the motel that's part of the property (hardly an "inn") looks run down; it has a car with a flat tire in the parking lot that looks like it's been there awhile and some marginal characters hanging out. We double-locked the door. Glad it was just for one night. The park is convenient to Old Mesilla Plaza and museums in Las Cruces. The exit (139) for Motel Blvd. from I-10 is closed due to construction. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great over nite RV Park. Very pleasant staff. Close to I-10 but very limited road noise. Spacious pull through sites, we did not have to disconnect the toad. 15 Air TV channels about half are Spanish. Fast Wi-Fi. Rate is with PA discount (2 nite max). We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here overnight. Park seemed fine, small dog areas but sufficient, I did not see a fenced area which they may have but I didn't notice. Shower facility was a room in the hotel portion that is part of this park. It seemed clean but water pressure for both the men and women's showers was terrible. These rooms need updated with new fixtures but again sufficient for an overnight stay. Staff was very pleasant to interact with. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Passport America rate, new utility docks, good power, water, and WiFi. Level gravel sites. At present exit 139 is closed and park was a little tricky to get to but worth it as an overnighter. We stayed 2 days. Located 1 mile from Mesilla with the shops, restaurants and Plaza. A straight shot up route 70 to White Sands. The showers are a motel room bath with tub with shower. Worn but looked clean. Laundry was in good repair with machines $1 a load. We will stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We got the Passport America rate so a definite value there. It was easy to find and get set up. It seems well laid out and Wi-Fi is better than most, so far. We'll stay one more night on PA rate. We camped in a 38' rig and didn't use the baths or laundry. We will stop here again if passing through Las Cruces. Pets liked it because there is plenty of walking along the walled borders, and no stickers on the ground. Not a camp to spend the winter, but perfect for traveling through Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great rate through Passport America. It was very dusty. Lots of construction just outside property. We would have stayed another night if PA rates went beyond 2 nights. No cable. Internet very slow. Hotel looks in need of renovation. Restaurant had three customers that we saw over a two night stay. Great place if you want to go to White Sands National Monument or tour wineries. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Feel bad for the park since the interstate construction has the exit all messed up. It looks better than the hotel the park is located behind. Once you're there and figure out the shortcuts, it's convenient to the Super Wal-Mart and Cracker Barrel. It's 1 1/2 miles from Old Mesilla and La Posta (a great Mexican restaurant). Wi-Fi worked and we picked up a lot of channels on the antennae. Passport rate makes it a nice stopover. Didn't look for the restrooms or checkout the cafe. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Okay for a couple of days stay. Easy access and nice size lots. Pull-through access, and leveling was easy. Free was nice. Was behind a hotel. Rate was Passport America. We would stay again if in the area. Pull-throughs were in front of camping area that had its fair share of permanents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price reflects Passport America rate. FHU 50 amp gravel site. Park is located close to interstate behind a motel. Sites are pull through and decent size. Good for a night or two while on the road. Good free Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with the last two reviews. It is Passport America. Site was long and level, I have a 45 foot 5th wheel. Water pressure good. 50Amp and free Wi-Fi, how can you complain? Edge of town, Walmart 3 mi. Didn't check out restrooms so can't comment. But for a one or two night stop in Las Cruces at this price it is very good. Not a Resort, but clean, safe and convenient. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America valid only for full hookups. Great Wi-Fi. Shower is a hotel room so only one shower/bathroom stall per sex. Biggest complaint is that the water was lukewarm (great water pressure). Since we use bathroom and showers of RV parks would pass on this one next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate was Passport America. Site was wide and level. Easy to get into since we were only here for an overnight. Water pressure seemed fine to me. Stayed here a number of years ago and would come back if going through Las Cruces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a barely passable park. It has a fence around it and felt okay. It is part of a motel next door. The motel has the washrooms and showers which are very tired. Wi-Fi worked well. Lots are adequate. Water pressure is very low. Would look around before staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Friendly fellow at check in. Used Passport America and thus was required to pay cash. Not a bad thing. Very basic gravel site, but level. Cold enough here that didn't hook up water. Perfect for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Las Cruces is a busy little town. Some of the streets have tight lanes. We came in after hours. The instructions were clear on where to set up and how much. The over-nighters get the back corner on pea-sized compacted gravel. But it was OK. The FHU was in order. Wifi and cable TV worked well. 74 channels on the TV! The place was clean with wide roads throughout. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We spent one night here in a truck camper and want to warn others about staying here. The shower "situation" was disgusting. I wondered if I felt cleaner after leaving the crapped out motel room marked for women they call their shower. The pool was closed due to ? drought-. The overall feeling at the place was a bit scary, uncomfortable. Don't stay here! We choice it because it was listed as a Passport America member. It no longer is, BUT it still says it is on their website. I don't know where would be better, just don't stay here. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Previous comments made are accurate. We came to the motel/RV park through Passport America. At checkin we stated that we were PA members and the manager quoted us $25. The internet rate was $23. He said he raised it due to increased electricity costs? For $25 it's okay but when we checked in there were 2 sites available: because it's full of long termers in old trailers. The site I was assigned had a bad 50 amp plug and I asked for the only other available site. Manager did not seem to care. Voltage was low by my EMS but enough to get the job done. Lots of cigarette butts everywhere!! The overall phrase that comes to mind: "trailer trash." We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Call ahead. If they offer to put you in the "overflow", which is behind the motel, go somewhere else. (They may only put Passport Members there.) The sites are long, but narrow because they double up. The overflow sites are only W&E and the electrical boxes are old and some of the receptacles are broken. There is a trash barrel that was overflowing and some had blown up against the fence. If they have a "pick up after your pooch" rule, they do not enforce it in this part of the park. Also, they apparently do not have a dangerous breed rule. Pit Bulls are allowed. The main part of the park looked much nicer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had to spend the night in the overflow, we were told we had no reservation. There were no sewer hook ups, it was dusty, and behind the motel. We had no choice because of truck mechanical problems. This cost $23 dollars a night, with a Passport America membership, which was not known before we chose to stop here. We've been in this park in the past and had a good stay, but will never stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK place to park and sleep. Long level site long enough to not have to unhook 40 foot fifth wheel. Verizon air card, AT&T, and T-Mobil phones worked well. Passport America rate depends on who checks you in. Web site says $18 got charged $23 and would not take less. Was tired and was not going to argue over $5.00. Will go somewhere else next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good for overnight. PA discount makes it a decent stop. Don't try to call before; they don't always have the office staffed; however, the office was very friendly when I checked in despite having some surly customers. Seems some travelers took exception to the water being frozen. Imagine that with the temps being below 10 for about three days. Act nice and they will do the same. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
O.K. place if you need a place to stay for one night. Basically a parking lot behind a motel. Sites are pull though, but a little short for my 40' motorhome. We stayed here on our Passport America membership and it certainly was worth the money we payed. Easy on and off I-10 makes it very convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park offers easy access from I-10 making is an excellent stop for the night. The sites are all pull through and each has a tree and picnic table. The roads and sites are gravel, but everyone drives slow to not cause dust. The Wi-Fi was very good. The park is behind a motel and quiet considering how close it is to the freeway. We stayed here two nights using the Passport America discount. It is not worth the full price. While walking the dogs it appears that very few folks pick up the waste. In the back are permanent residents that keep less than a tidy place. We probably won't stay here again unless it is just for a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We enjoyed our short stay as this park is close to Old Mesilla where we have a favorite restaurant. The staff is very friendly and gladly accepted our mail and gave us a quick check in. This park has some residents along the back row, however, all rigs looked keep up well and we felt secure in the area. At this price, for an overnight it worked well for us and we would stay here again as it is much easier to get into than places we have stayed in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites are level, big enough for any rig and have full services, including Wi-Fi. It appears to be occupied mainly by full-time residents and workers. With I-10 right beside you, expect plenty of highway noise. At the regular rate of $35, it's very over-priced. But at the Passport America rate of $18.50, it's a reasonable overnight stop. Our only problem was with the staff at the check-in desk. I have never encountered anyone so unfriendly in 10 years of RVing. The couple who checked in just ahead of us encountered the same rude welcome. We had arranged to meet friends in town or we would have walked out of the office. Pity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here every time we are traveling I-10, about twice per year. This park is excellent, level pull throughs, nice facilities, breakfast included. The only reason it is not a 10 is because the sites are gravel. The price is a little more than others in the area but nice costs more. We highly recommend and will continue to visit this park in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive and ugly. Very noisy due to road traffic. Bad odors from the sewer plant across the street. Paid for a month but left after just a couple of weeks. Park is mostly long-term residents. Most travelers come in for a night or two and leave. Picnic tables falling apart and nasty. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Do not listen to the office staff on how to enter. We were directed the wrong way, the clerk was more interested in talking with a friend then in us. The park was clean, laundry was busy and we even saw a rooster here. There are many long term people and some barking dogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate we paid is the Passport America rate which is 1/2 off. Level gravel sites behind a motel with lots of highway noise. There were lots of extended stay units and the park was not at all pretty. OK for an overnight especially at 1/2 price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Check-in through motel desk. RV park in back of motel. Apparently many permanent residents. No information provided as to location of dumpster or rest rooms and showers, if there are any. Was charged $18.50 though PPA posted in PPA directory as $13.25. Could not get water from faucet morning of departure as it could have been frozen. Sewer riser about 12 inches above level of ground making it very difficult to empty tanks. WiFi available and free. I got strong signal but could never make connection. Was provided with name to call for assistance but it was one "Leave message and I'll get back to you." Same with desk at motel. When I called about not being able to get water was asked to leave message. The one positive was that location is close to I-10 and easy to fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall Clean with good access. Stayed a few nights to break in our newly 'reconditioned' RV. Location close to freeway make its someone noisy, but not a big deal. Would definitely stay again We camped here in a Motorhome.
This might be an okay place, but our experience was awful enough that we just drove away. We'd seen a big billboard for this place out on the freeway, and found it in Passport America. There were vacant sites to be had until I happened to mention Passport America to the rather unpleasant clerk. Suddenly, all he had were "dry" sites. When I asked what that meant, he said they were water and electric only. Since we were just pulling in for a quick overnight, I thought that would be okay. He didn't tell me that the "dry" sites weren't in the fenced RV park at all, but in a nasty little gravel parking lot behind the motel where they have 10 pull-thru sites. At least, that's what they called them. Our view was of the junk and trash in the backyards of two adjacent hovels, and the clientele we saw coming in and out of the motel next to us was enough to send us out of there in a hurry. We could see vacant sites in the RV park, so I don't know if this was just a way to rook Passport America folks or not, but we won't ever go back to this horrid place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America park and we paid only 1/2 price. I would rate it as an OK park with good streets and level sites, but few amenities. I would stay for a night, but not long term. If you are a member of Passpost America, it is a bargin. The employees are friendly and helpful. It is well off of the street and quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
NOTE: There is currently major road construction between the I-10 exit and the entrance road to the park. When we called for our reservation, they gave us directions for an alternate route that avoided tight turns through construction barrels. Overall, this is a very nice park. Roads, grounds and facilities are well-maintained. Roads are paved and sites are long, level and fine gravel. Most pull-throughs have side-by-side hookups; you may have a close neighbor on your hook-up side but ample space on your patio side with shrubbery and a wooden fence to separate you from the adjacent site. When the park is not full they assign sites so as to avoid side-by-sides. The end sites on each row are wider and the only ones with picnic tables, although in many cases the table is on the hook-up side of the site. Wi-Fi was a bit slow sometimes, but overall pretty good. The clubhouse has very nice lounge and patio areas and hot tub; there is no pool. The location of the park is very convenient to shopping, restaurants and other attractions of Las Cruces and Old Mesilla. It was cold enough to keep our windows closed so the train noise didn’t bother us; might be a nuisance for light sleepers. Our only complaint is that the cable system did not carry ESPN or PBS and many of the channels came in snowy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an exceptionally nice park. We have stayed here in the past. It has excellent utilities, and the Wi-Fi is much better than it has been in the past (very good, actually!). All the streets are paved with gravel sites, but they usually rake the gravel after a tenant has left. The sites are generous in size. It is close to I-10, but noise is not an issue. Try Nellie's Café in Las Cruces (open only for breakfast and lunch) for the best Mexican food in town and perhaps elsewhere too! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely impressive. The gold standard for parks of this size -- or any size. Very clean facilities, large bathrooms/showers. Good security. Very close to Old Mesilla, was able to bicycle there in just a few minutes. Very good biking roads around and thru Mesilla and Stahlman pecan orchard. Walking distance to St. Clair winery tasting room and bistro. Office staff cordial, but not particularly friendly. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This very clean well maintained park is very close to I-10. Easy on, easy off. Sites are level gravel. Wi-Fi good. Cable TV good. Staff was very helpful. Close to shopping and attractions. If you like train whistles this place is for you. No pool but a nice hot tub. We would stay here again if we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we have stayed here on our way between CA and TX. It's right off the highway and easy to find. Traffic noise isn't too bad. The place is immaculate with large level sites and nice facilities. Good fences and hedges between sites for privacy. Shopping and restaurants nearby. I would give it an 8 if it had a pool. Staff was courteous and helpful. Price is reasonable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is likely the best place to stay in Las Cruces. With a little effort, it could be a real gem. The wifi is very slow, the cable TV picture is snowy, and there is no pool. Hard to believe a "resort" with such impressive infrastructure and available space does not have a pool. They have a hot tub which, in the summer, they turn the heat down. When it's 95 degrees out, a 98 degree hot tub is not where I want to be. If your stay doesn't require a pool, TV or wi-fi, you'll be very happy here. The resort is well kept, and the sites are roomy and well laid out. It's very easy access off Interstate 10 and reasonably quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was clean and well manicured however WiFi was impossible to use (it was so slow) and cable was blurry with lots of snow. This is one of the most expensive parks we've stayed in (3 yrs full timing). I would not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Have stayed here several times but this was the last for a high dollar rv park. The WiFi is a joke and has been for several stays. The desk help don't care so the owner never hears of the problem. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice RV Park with very impressive facilities within a mile of the Mesilla. The sites are beautifully landscaped and quite wide for privacy but no concrete patio. Dog-frien-dly with a very unique long and clean dog run. WiFi was iffy depending on volume of people in the park but everything else was first class. We had a back-in site along a stone wall along entry road but noise was not an issue. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good off-leash area for dogs. Quiet and well-maintained. Nice hot tub and pool area. Showers clean. Water pressure high. They warn you to use a regulator so we did and had no problems. One block away from RV store for supplies or repairs. Spent one night. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Access to the park and through the park is via wide, nicely maintained roads. The park roads and sites are all groomed gravel. Each site is dragged after campers check out. Campers are parked "nose to tail" in level pull through sites with ample room for slide outs. Parking close to one end or the other will leave adequate room for a tow vehicle. The door side of each site has a privacy fence flanked with a Juniper tree, or other planting, but no patio area. There are no picnic tables at each site but there is a beautiful group meeting area at the main building. There are no derelict campers. A long, narrow dog run runs along one wall of the park. There are multiple gates into the dog area and we learned it is best to check that all are shut. One of our dogs enjoyed a nice romp through the park! Cable and WiFi are provided but both were unsatisfactory. There is a hot rub, but no pool. This would be a nice park for groups who, in effect, bring their entertainment with them. The park is located close to historic Mesilla. Although this is a spacious, clean park, I am marking it down for lack of amenities and poor Internet and cable services. We camped here in a Motorhome.
GREAT PARK! This is the second time we stayed here (first review) and both times were great. The park is very clean and well groomed. The interior roads are easily navigated by our 40 foot Class A with toad. The pull-through sites easily accommodated both our rig and tow vehicle without having to disconnect (the tow vehicle is a small Yaris). Restrooms were clean, and the spa felt wonderful after a long day of traveling! Garbage is picked up by staff right at your site, so no need to walk to a distant garbage dumpster. The dog run was long, clean, and completely fenced. It is all small gravel with no grass, but my two girls didn't mind a bit. This is one of the nicer parks we have stayed at in our travels across the country. Office staff was friendly and had our "Welcome" packet available on a table outside the office when we arrived after office hours. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We will definitely stay here again when we need a park in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was my first experience using my new Camper at a campground, and boy did it set the bar high in my opinion. The office/guest house is awesome. Staff was fantastic. The sites & grounds keeping are very well maintained, including the whirl pool. Immediately accessible off of I-10 and next door to 2 different RV dealerships. Great sightseeing & restaurants in Mesilla & Las Cruces. The cable TV channel selections were the best of the best. The only negative thing I have to say about this resort is the wi-fi. They don't password protect it & I don't know if it would help but it is painfully slow. I stayed here from December to March. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've overnighted here several times. Convenient to I-10 with Walmart and restaurants nearby. Sites are large and very nicely landscaped. Restrooms/showers are sparkling clean and the showers are individual private rooms. Very easy to maneuver a big rig on the park's paved roads. Sites are level. Only the end sites have tables. Most sites have side by side hookups but this is in no way a drawback. The dog enclosure is only about 15 feet wide but runs most of the length of the park - lots of room for off leash fun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this park, and this was our third stay. It is super convenient to I-10 as well as shopping and restaurants. Sites are mostly pull through and are nice and wide. They offer longer ones for the longest rigs. Our 40' fits fine in the "normal" sites. Sites are fine packed gravel more like a park path instead of the normal large gravel. The park grooms these after each departure. The clubhouse is over the top, and there is a nice patio off the back. My one complaint is that it's under bathroomed with just one toilet. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground with long pull through sites and decent privacy between sites. Good WiFi. No issues with water, electric, or sewer. Not really an extended stay kind of place, unless you have things to do in the Las Cruces area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well maintained. Paved. Convenient. Some freeway noise. Great individual showers. Very, very clean. Didn't offer any info at check in, but pleasant enough when asked. Didn't know about coffee in the morning, but a nice touch. New and nicely furnished common room. For that price, wifi should work better. They don't tell you to put up antennae with the cable TV for network channels. Too windy to put up antennae. When I made reservations, they unnecessarily put us in a large corner premier pull through. There were lots of regular pull throughs we would have fit. Guess we are still learning about making sure I ask all the right questions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very happy with our stay here. Sites are very clean and spacious. Cost reflects back-in pricing. Pull through pricing is a little costly. Paved roads with pea gravel lots. Professional landscaping made this park easy on the eyes. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. Great location - easy on/off of freeway. Great location to local activities, restaurants and shopping. We stayed here three days and will definitely stay here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for 3 nights in January. It is an older park, but very well maintained. Most all spots are large pull through. Rigs are parked in opposite directions with hook ups between them. There is a privacy fence between you and the rig on the other side. Very pet friendly. Gave dog biscuit when we registered. Huge fenced dog yard about 300 ft. long by 20 ft wide. Has a nice jacuzzi and the showers were roomy and clean. Same with laundry room. They had wi-fi and cable TV. The cable was a bit fuzzy, but OK. Even though we were parked close to the main building the wi-fi just did not work. Had to go inside to the beautiful living room of the main building to use wi-fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great park. Paved roadways with graveled, level sites. Large dog run. Sites are configured such that your patio is not adjacent to your neighbors utility hookups. There are privacy fences separating the sites. Very easy in and out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent one night in this park en route to Arizona. It was a nice park with gravel pull-through pads. The activity building was nice and clean as were the shower facilities and laundry room. The dog run was nice and long and totally fenced in so the dogs could be let off-leash. Rate paid was the 10% off AARP rate. It was also the highest we paid the whole trip. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
All gravel sites with alternating sites so drivers sides face each other and utilities in-between. On the opposite side bushes and screens separating sites. Sites pretty level a good size. It is a comfortable fit with slides on both sides of our rig. Dog run was one of the best we have seen. They have a board in the office/store with coupons for many local businesses, including a winery and pizzeria almost next door. Short walk for some good to great wines and very nice prices. Wine tasting is free and the pizza was great also. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. All sites are large and level. Very nice staff. Very big rig and pet friendly. Cable was not very good and staff did nothing about it when we (and others) complained. Also, sites share utilities. Good onsite security as well. Would easily stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park multiple times and always enjoy stopping over for the night. Always clean with nice facilities. Our only dislikes are that the pull throughs are all side by side hook up and the regular sites are too short for a big rig towing to stay hooked-up. At check-in we were told they are 59 ft. long which is why we had to pay extra for a premium site. The premium sites are huge but too pricey. Cannot rate the park higher because it is not gated or all pavement. However, this is a nice park and nice costs more. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough park but we do not care for the shared post where one RV parks going one way and the other parks going the opposite way. Fortunately they were not busy so we didn't have close neighbors. The cable was very snowy and out sewer hook up was tough to use. The good parts were the sites were level and the rest of the hookups were good. Easy on and off the freeway and not too noisy and the people were friendly. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very attractive, well-laid out park with superior common areas. Sites are level stone dust with landscaping. Wi-Fi was very good, office staff very friendly and capable. Pull throughs are side-by-sides. We chose a back in at the front of the park. Narrow for motorhome slides and car side by side. Generous fenced in dog park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First used this park in my 38 ft motorhome in 2008 and now in my 45 ft motorhome. This time I had a super site. You will be side by side, but site is long and plenty wide. Just a very nice and well set up park. They used to have breakfast also but did not see it this time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an above-average park in terms of appearance. The roads are paved; the sites are packed small-stone gravel and are raked whenever someone leaves. The large, level, pull-through sites are arranged so alternating coaches enter from opposite directions and there is landscaping and fencing between you and the next rig. The place is well-maintained and clean; garbage is picked up at your site each day. The college kids at the front desk were very friendly. I would have given it a higher grade if the price wasn't so high. There is no way this is worth $44/night. There is highway noise, although it isn't too bad if your windows are closed. The Wi-Fi was slow compared to the Verizon 4G I was able to receive. There is a hot tub, but no pool. In reality, it is a very nice place for an overnight or couple of day stop and it is heads and shoulders above the appearance of some of the other parks in Las Cruces. However, in my opinion, trying to make this seem like it is a destination resort is stretching things a bit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park would be getting a higher rating except for a few bothersome things. Thing one is that there have been several yappy dogs for hours making our overnight $44 stay a real drag, and there is nobody to tell. Just an answering machine. That and the fact that the cable is fuzzy on the channels I wanted to watch and clear on all the others. Need that to be fixed. It's a good clean place to spend the night or to visit the area, but they need to clean up the noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well maintained park. Receptionist was informative as well as accommodating. Location is easy access from I-10. We had a need to restock and found the Walmart and other stores very close to the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Attractive, well maintained, very clean park, not a lot of shade, some highway noise. Excellent dog run/park. Immaculate bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities. Weak Internet and cable signal. Ask at the front desk to have the air-conditioning turned on in the exercise room. No pool but there is a hot tub. We've stayed there many times and will again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Excellent, well maintained facility. Sites wide and level with small gravel covering. Staff are efficient and kind. Reason for 9 instead of 10 is the I-10 road noise. Will return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate includes taxes and winter rate. Easy on/off freeway, but little traffic noise. Great sites with privacy fences, tiny gravel that they smooth out with a grade (so you can't walk or drive on any other site for any reason), level, no shade but plantings and some grass for pet walk and an enclosed pet walk. Had an emergency with our truck and Ford was right around the corner, so had to stay 2 nights. Don't miss Mesilla, a village only a mile south that is so old it used to be the capitol of NM and AZ and Billy the Kid was tried and hung there! Great close sightseeing/shopping/eating experience (La Posta Restaurant) and we couldn't have been marooned in a better park in the area!! Helpful morning staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great place. A true oasis in the middle of the dessert. This park has all the amenities you would find at a high end resort. Beautiful setting, friendly staff, and clean, clean, clean. The rate reflects the summer rate which ends August 31st. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful park, all paved, level sites, good Wi-Fi and cable TV, and nicely landscaped The staff was friendly and helpful. The 'office' is large with meeting rooms, an assortment of local spices and packaged foods, cookbooks with local recipes and Mexican woven bags. It is convenient to the historic old town and several wine tasting establishments. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Even though this was a short overnight stay for us, the people were very nice on the phone as we were driving when I called for availability. The resort is very clean and well kept. I think we would have enjoyed staying here longer. It was close to a lot of places for food, etc. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We just stayed for a overnight on way through NM. This place is clean head to toe, the restrooms, showers, RV sites, etc., everything is spotless. The sites are level and well kept. Only small knock is that the internet is a little slow, but certainly works fine. We would definitely stay here again. Anyone who would give this place less than a 7 is someone just being a hater. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Though we arrived five hours before the posted check-in time, the front desk clerk was very gracious and did not hesitate to send us to our site immediately. The sites were easily accessible for large rigs, with raked gravel sites and privacy fences. Because this is not their busy season, we were able to relax in the privacy of the outdoor whirlpool while enjoying the spectacular sunset. The exercise room was also noteworthy in that all the pieces of equipment really worked. A very pet-friendly environment, our dog was handed a welcome packet upon check-in. The dog run was really big and well-maintained, as was the rest of the facility. With discount coupons and other local information readily available in the office area, this park enhanced our too-short visit in charming Las Cruces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've stayed here twice. It is located directly off I-10 and near the Old City of Mesilla where some of the best restaurants and festivals are. The campground had paved roads and was well laid out, very level, and groomed pull through sites. All utilities including cable were super. We didn't ask about a pool but noted a hot tub. The showers were private with locking doors and immaculate. We paid a higher than normal rate to come here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here before in the past but we have tried to get to avoid this park that charges too much for what they offer. Problems developed that we had to overnight here. Internet was terrible. Cable was also in bad shape. Also no breakfast anymore! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park close to all that Las Cruces has to offer, including Old Mesilla. Quick and efficient check-in; escort to site. Staff was friendly and helpful. Utilities are in a good location and worked well. Sites are a little close together. Sites are pea gravel (raked as soon as someone departs) and level. Entire park is beautifully maintained. Will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this campground. Staff was friendly and sites easy to pull into with plenty of room. It was a very windy day so it was good to put the 5th wheel to bed. I would recommend this campground to all travelers. We used this as a stop over on our way to San Antonio. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is Good Sam. This is a top flight park just off I-10 and convenient to restaurants and shopping. Walmart is very closely as are other stores. The staff are great and there is a huge lounge area and patio that is more like a modern hotel than an RV Park. Sites are good sized and will accommodate a big rig and tow, in most cases. Wi-Fi worked well as did the cable TV. Bathrooms and laundry were also quite nice. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well organized park with little or no ambiance. Pricy for the area and offerings. Wi-Fi is pretty slow and the cable was fuzzy . No grass or shade. OK for a couple of nights. Near Old Mesilla and good restaurants. Tax is thrown in on their advertised rates. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed at this RV park many times. It is the nicest park in Las Cruces, but it is also the most expensive. You used to get a free breakfast with the price, but not anymore. The sites are all level and full hookup including cable. The clubhouse is very nice and that is where all of the facilities are. The clean restrooms are well stocked with soap and paper towel. The clean laundry room is also very nice. Very convenient access to WalMart for your shopping. The reasons I gave this park an 8 rating is because I tested the water with a water quality TDS tester and it came up with a number of 355, which is not harmful but rather high. I have never tested it in our past stays, so maybe the city of Las Cruces just has terrible water. The other reason I rated it an 8 is because the price keeps getting higher and now the breakfast is gone so it is getting hard to justify the price. Don't get me wrong the facilities are a 10 rating and they do a great job of maintaining things. We will most probably stay here again in the future because we come this way in the winter months. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean park, close to the interstate. Easy on easy off. But for the price with gravel sites, really. I've stayed in much nicer parks for half the price. The park was 3/4 empty, maybe because of the time of year, don't know. Nice office area, check in help could use a course on greeting and friendliness. Been here before several years ago and it really hasn't changed much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, very nice park. Way too expensive for what you get. I have stayed here many times and the only thing that changes is the price, and it always goes up with no new services. I'll save a bit and stay elsewhere in the future. I also notice it is less crowded on each visit so they may be pricing themselves out of the market in today's economy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've stayed here many times over the years and have always rated the park highly, but each visit results in higher rates and less service. Our rate reflects the Good Sam discount and $5 coupon, otherwise expect to pay $44 plus tax for a pull through site. On check-in the younger of the two office staff was not just indifferent, but went out of her way to be rude. The free breakfast has been discontinued. Sites are level gravel, some with shrubbery dividers, and have no table. Free cable TV worked well but the free Wi-Fi was very slow. Verizon cell and 3G Aircard worked well. Convenient to I-10, but so close that vehicle noise is a distraction throughout the night. A nice facility, but increasing rates, declining services, and an indifferent staff have resulted in our decision to bypass this park in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well maintained c/g, with far away views of the mountains, paved roads, level pull through sites, side to side hookups. Enclosed pet run and walking area. Large and spotless bathrooms, large and well equipped laundry, beautiful clubhouse, Wal-Mart and other big stores nearby along with great local restaurants and lots of sightseeing. Along with all these conveniences comes the inevitable noise from the freeway which is pretty much 24/7, there is also noise from the train. We would not stay here again for an extended period, however, if we were passing through, we would stay overnight, it is certainly very handy for on and off the freeway. Wi-Fi is poor but cell is good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed at this resort a number of times when passing through Las Cruces. The staff is great and the facilities are spotless and well maintained. Sites are a small pea-gravel that you find in many desert states. Roads are wide and easy to negotiate. We're a 45' quad-slide coach towing a Jeep. We choose sites 176, 178 & 180 because they are very long and wide pull-throughs. These particular sites are a little more expensive and we like them because they are angled so you don't get the west sun: which can be very uncomfortable depending on the time of year. Never been here when the wind didn't blow hard at least for a day or so. When it does you'll get dusty and will find it gets inside the RV no matter how tight you button things up. But that's what happens in the desert. There's close I-10 access and the sleepy little historic town of Mesilla is almost next door. It's a delightful place to visit. We highly recommend this RV Resort when in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great grounds, spaces divided by trees; beautiful hot tub area; Friday night Margaritas on the patio; very clean private room showers and nice (but small laundry room). Stayed with 5 dogs and had a nice area for dogs. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great location, clean park, big rig friendly. This place is very, very nice. Have stayed here before and will do so again. No "Park Model" houses on the location: thank God. Lots of high end RVers here, not a lot of junk. Close to good restaurants and I -10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay here when in Las Cruces. We are on the first night of a two week trip to the Texas coast. The park got the wi-fi working since our last visit in March. Still a great place to stay! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I usually choose my parks by the reviews on this site, which is what I did for this park. I agree with others comments on the park in general, however, the fees previous reviewers paid just one and two months earlier were significantly cheaper than what I was charged (even with my 10% GS discount). I would expect higher rates would be charged during the snowbird months which usually begin in October, but it's 90 degrees here. Very disappointed to pay this much for a one-night stay at this time of year. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean, safe. Some of the best restrooms and showers anywhere. Large spaces. kept exceptionally clean. Hot tub is really nice. Near I-10, so road noise is an issue. Bring ear plugs if you sleep with windows open. Will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at Hacienda in our 5th wheel for an overnight. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We had a long pull thru that allowed us to keep our truck hooked up. The park was close to the freeway, which for us was a plus. There were only a couple other rigs there (very hot) so we had the site to ourselves. There was no shade. The sites were not huge-you basically share the utility area with the RV next to you and then there is a space. The park had amazing facilities as far as bathrooms, laundry, work out room and even a large spa. Everything was very clean and well cared for. We enjoyed our short stay and would definitely return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been here before and enjoy this Park. Easy in and out from freeway, streets are wide, spaces are easy in and out. Wi-Fi worked great. Dog run area is nice. Very friendly staff and the site is kept in nice condition. The Clubhouse and Patio are very nice. The only negative would be the spa, which is need of some attention. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I love traveling in the southwest at this time of year because all the campgrounds have lots of room, and Hacienda was no exception. They even have a summer rate which helped. We had an end-of-row pull thru site that was nice and wide with a nice picnic area. The interior sites are shared utilities with bushes separating each pair of sites. The dog run is outstanding! It appears to be several hundred yards long and the large dogs must love being off leash and just being able to run from one end to the other. A nice touch is trash pickup at your site so you don't have to go hunting for dumpsters. In the summer with the a/c going, you don't hear much from I-10 that passes right by the campground. One word of caution, though. Mapquest directions said the turn onto Stern Street was about 3/10 of a mile from where you exit I-10. Actually, it's right at the end of the tree-divided highway. We missed it and had to make a U-turn further up the road. Nice campground; didn't use any of the facilities so can't report on them. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I was all excited to stay here after reading some of the reviews already posted but, I have to say I was disappointed. NO shade anywhere, the sewer we hooked up to had a foul odor, and the young lady at the front desk must have been really burned out on RVers. She was no help at all and charged me $2 more than the rate I was quoted on the phone. I felt it was way overpriced for what you got although it was nice to have cable TV and the Wi-Fi worked well. I will not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Immaculate. Sparkling. This is one of the cleanest parks we have ever stayed in. The wide, huge entry leads to a nice big office, lounge, store, laundry, restrooms, showers, etc. All the roads are blacktop. Every 2 sites are separated by a fence, trees and thick shrubs. Each site is long, or wide enough for vehicle parking next to the RV. The gravel is raked after every departure. Any noise from the interstate did not bother us. We liked being within walking distance of wonderful Mesilla restaurants and shops. Wifi was excellent and cell signal was strong. We would like to stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely laid out park, bushes and a fence separate each site. Concrete pads and patios. Within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. Would stay here again. Has friendly, helpful staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In previous years/previous visits we would always come away thinking a "9" or even a "10". However, this time they squeak by with a "5". Much of the time we were wiping the gravel dust off prior to entering our RV. Additionally, we were placed right next to a motorhome and I do mean right next to...I'm not exaggerating when I say we could reach out the window and touch next door. Be-that-as-it-may...we like Las Cruces, and Hacienda...we just won't be so quick to stay here when traveling thru. We camped here in a Motorhome.
"Free Wifi" has not been working for 2 months and they don't know when it is going to be fixed. Cable TV reception is very poor. Sites are graveled and dust tracks everywhere. Spa area appears unkept. They seem to worry more about raking the gravel in the sights after people leave than repairing the internet or cable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Wonderful 4 day stay. Staff helpful and friendly. Showers, restrooms, laundry all top notch. Close to shopping and cultural sites. My only issue for such a nice park was the sites were covered with small stones that produced a chalk like powder. This left a lot of footprints and dust in the fifth wheel. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here several times over the past few years and have always liked it. Still do, but have noticed several cost cutting measures (no free breakfast or newspaper anymore, Wi-Fi still not working) but still a very nice place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of good things. When we arrived they said that the free Wi-Fi was down but no reduction in their charges. The sites have some sort of dusty pebbles that collect on you dogs. Otherwise a very nice campground. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we last stayed here in 2007 we gave them a 9... this time we only gave a 6. Breakfast, that was provided last visit, was no longer offered. Cable TV reception was very poor... staff said that they would check it, but that did not happen. Wi-Fi has been down for 3 weeks... oh well! Central facilities are very attractive but don't seem to get much use. Next stay in Las Cruces will be somewhere else. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed two nights. Very nice park but to close to I-10 so there was noise all night long. WiFi was not working. We thought the price was a bit high because of the noise and no WiFi. We parked close to a street light that we did not see when we parked, so had to cover the window. I do not think we will stay here again. It is a very nice park but too close to the freeway. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Massively expensive parking lot, I agree with some of the other reviewers. Yes, the sites are big and the services are solid but this is just too much to pay for a gravel lot one block from the interstate. No pool. While we were here the WiFi did not work. Not the friendliest front office. Dog run was difficult for my older dog: you have to walk down a series of steps, again everything is gravel, no grass. Would we stop here again? Doubtful, only if there was nowhere else around. We passed a park on the north side of town that we might check-out next time. It was farther away from I-10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park by our standards, and the only place to stay in Las Cruces. Other parks in the area pale by comparison. The spaces vary in size (and price), and the pull-through we had, which was not the most expensive, was plenty big enough in both width and depth, for our coach and toad. All the roads are paved and the spaces are covered with fine gravel which the staff keeps raked. There is a very nice fenced (off-lead) dog run. The main building is well kept, as are the bathrooms, showers, and laundry facility. Nice place all round; however, calling it a "resort" is definitely an overstatement. There were no activities that we saw other than a modest Friday night margarita party, and no pool (jacuzzi only: and it was closed). Our only complaint was that there was no internet access for 7 of the 9 days we were here. The staff seemed to be clueless as to the cause and as to when it would be up again. They did post a sign saying it would be up on Monday, but we naively didn't ask for the week, month, or year! It was still not up when we left on Thursday, and management was unwilling to make any price concession (discount) for this lack of advertised amenity. But even without internet service, it is still the best place to say in Las Cruces. Easy access to and from I-10. Our nightly rate reflects the weekly discount of 7th night free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is excellent, large level big rig friendly sites. Close to Old Mesilla and good restaurants, easy to drive in and almost all pull through. This park is new, it is clean, it is well built and it is well located. Staff is friendly and eager to help. We will stay here anytime in we come through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large pull throughs, and some back-ins that are less expensive. Great deal if you stay 6 nights (not even on the same trip), you get 7th night free. You can walk to the old town Mesilla plaza and there is good shopping nearby for groceries and other supplies. Fenced dog walk area, good laundry, clean bathrooms and showers. Is it a destination resort - no, but it's one of the best stop over locations we found traveling across I-10. It is definitely on our list as a stop over for our next cross country trip. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy off/on I-10. Paved roads and level gravel sites that have a hedge between every other site. Good Wi-Fi, water pressure and voltage. Black water had to flow uphill. Easy to get around. Clean, modern facilities and grounds. This park is on our return list. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well kept RV park. Workers were friendly. Sites afford some privacy with a thin line of bushes between. Park clean and well cared for although in my book a bit pricey. Wi-Fi and cable excellent. The dog walk area is nice - gated, fenced with lights that go on as you pass by at night and stay on for a substantial amount of time. I would stay here again, but believe it's a bit over priced. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As usual we enjoyed our stay at Hacienda. We are not sure if we like the trade off of lower rates with no breakfast and paper. We enjoyed the breakfast and paper and talking with the other campers. It is a tough call on which is most important--saving money in nightly rate, or saving money on breakfast and paper. Maybe this should not have been an "either/or" question--what if they did like other parks and just provide the cheap pre-packaged pastries and a couple of papers? That way people still gather and visit, but the park saves money and can lower the rates. Just a thought. As usual we enjoyed the area (La Mesilla), and even ran into Laura Bush who was shopping there at the same time we were. The discount program with merchants is great, and the wi-fi worked very well. We'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Strong winds on I-10 force us to find an RV spot in Las Cruces. Following signs from the interstate we ended up at this "Resort." There is a very large and very hot spa with powerful jets. Other then the spa I was unable to locate another amenity to justify the "Resort" label. This RV Park has a top rated appearance with wide paved access roads and an attractive landscape. It appears the pull-throughs are long enough to accommodate big rigs and there are some extra long sites. The fine gravel sites are level. I did not need to extend the leveling jacks since our site was so level. There is twin parking on a site with side by side utilities. The sites are spacious unless another RV parks opposite and adjacent on the same site. The cable TV and WiFi worked exceptional well. There is not much to do here except take a dip in a spa. The exercise room has a few lightweight dumb bells. The book exchange is low on books. It would have been nice to do laundry. Except the place is in the process of replacing the washers and dryers. It would seem to be a one-day job and yet it looks like the appliances have been missing for awhile. We stayed here one night to be safe from the wind. The over priced rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We will not stay here again unless there is a decrease in overnight rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park every time we travel across I-10, about twice per year. The price is higher than others but nice costs more. Beautiful facilities, level pull throughs, great location. The only reason it is not a 10 is because the sites are gravel and not concrete. We will continue to stay here again and again and highly recommend this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 3 nights at this RV Park. This is the nicest RV park we have ever stayed at and we would highly recommend it for anyone considering a stay in Las Cruses. Our dog got critically ill the first day there and the staff was extremely helpful to us in getting our dog quickly into a local veterinary clinic. The staff came to our site a couple of times each day to inquire how our dog was doing. The entire park was maintained in pristine condition, and all facilities were equally maintained. We used the laundry facilities which were very clean and sufficiently air conditioned during our stay. The park is beautifully landscaped, and the landscaping provides for great privacy between sites. The park is also very conveniently located to the quaint historic area as well as conveniently located to shopping. The location is a decent part of town and also provided for easy access to the interstates. We would highly recommend this park to others. We have absolutely no complaints with our stay, and we certainly will stay at this park anytime we pass through this area in the future. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is supposed to be the "best RV Resort in NM" and we were looking forward to coming here. The clubhouse building is beautiful and the sites look very nice with landscaping and wooden barriers. The extra long pull-throughs are extra long (and more expensive) but they are buddy sites with your neighbor only the utility posts away. In a virtually empty park did they put someone next to us? Of course they did. The exercise equipment and laundry room are inadequate and not air-conditioned because they are "saving money". Management didn't feel the need to warn us that ants were prevalent and "are normal for this time of year" until they were running all over inside our coach. The sites are gravel so we didn't spot them in time. How long will we have to battle the ants is still unknown. We left early. We will not return to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here based on glowing reviews from this site and it was an immaculately kept park, that's for certain. However, it is very well lit and located between two highways and a train track so if you're looking for a nice dark, quiet place to sleep this might not be it for you. If you're just trying to overnight somewhere good and clean, you'll love this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely beautiful park. Very well kept, lots are good size and you have the lovely mountains in the distance. There are trees and shrubs so you feel like you have a little privacy. We would definitely stay here again. The only negatives I have are, as one other reviewer noted, no pool and the one fitness room was very hot and the one piece of equipment I wanted to use was out of order. It is near the freeway, but that didn't bother us at all. If you can get a spot that faces the mountains, it's gorgeous. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If this place had a pool I would have given it a 10+. This park was great. I won't repeat all the great things that the others have said but the sites are level, and large beyond belief. Has great electrical, water, sewer and a nice clubhouse. Here are the cons. How on earth can a RV resort this large and this nice NOT have a pool when the average summer temperature is well over 100. There is not one lick of shade anywhere in this park. Yes there is greenery but only small shrubs. Since each of the sites is on gravel (which is smoothed out after you exit), the gravel serves as a giant heat reflector up into your trailer. I have two large A/C units and could not keep up well at all. Easy on and off of I-10. Plenty to do, eat and see within a mile. Wal-Mart right across the interstate (I can see it from here at the site). Two giant RV dealers border the RV park. Nice 24 hour clubhouse with all the amenities. My question though is that we were here for a solid week and never saw more than 7 other RV's in this place at once. I mean its that empty: each RV literally had its on row. I have no idea where everyone else is staying but if this place had a pool I would have given it a 10+. The check in staff was excellent. The spots are so big I parked my truck beside my 5th wheel with slides out and awning out and still have plenty of room. You could park two Class A's side by side in each spot they are that big. Minus the pool, this is the nicest park I have stayed in in a long time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This super clean park is quiet in the summertime, but then the rates drop. Our hard packed gravel site was level, clean, and very wide. Pick a site that faces N/E due to the afternoon sun. Golf is several miles away and start early in the day. The area of Old Mesilla, and the White Sands Missile area are worthwhile. If you ride motorcycles, the Harley shop is across the street. You can wash your coach which was a added bonus. We will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park! The sites were level and large which is a big deal because we're quite new to RVing. The surface was a real fine red pebble which is dragged (like a baseball diamond) after someone leaves. It also had a wonderful, fenced dog walk/run which our Golden Retriever enjoyed. Las Cruces was a destination; this was the second time we'd been here and really like the area. Don't recall that there was a lot of noise in spite of being very close to the freeway. The office/store was beautiful and immaculate! We will be back to the area and will stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great RV park. Close to Interstate 10 and shops /restaurants. The facilities are excellent with large private sites and the whole place is very clean. The only negative comment we could make is that they have a large hot tub and no swimming pool. With a swimming pool this would definitely be a 10/10. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice resort with wide roads and spaces. Nice tall hedges between most sites. All sites were neat as a pin. When one traveler leaves they drag the site before the next one comes. Fast and friendly check-in. The park itself is quiet and relaxed but we did hear a lot of highway noise at night. I was woken up by Jake brakes on the interstate a couple times over the night and then a train at 6 in the morning. That would be my only complaint about the Hacienda in addition to not having a real pool. We stayed here overnight while passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No pool, just a spa, not a big deal. Very nice resort with everything else you could want. Just passing through this time but would sure come back. Cookies and a free paper on check in, friendly staff, lots of info, beautiful hedged-in sites and great Wi-Fi. Near the freeway, but the noise was only noticable late evening, not bad. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This resort provided excellent accommodations and customer service. They have a very clean park, full hookups, cable TV and WiFi on site. Easy on and off of I-10. A continental breakfast is provided each morning. We would definitely stay here again. A+++ We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is one of the best run and maintained park we have stayed in. Nice large sites, wide paved roads so it is easy in and out. Personnel couldn't have been nicer. Newspaper and breakfast every morning. Since the park was not super busy when we were here, they parked rigs in every other site, which gave us plenty of privacy and room. Pet friendly, nice large fenced dog run and plenty of green grass to walk the dogs on. Just remember to pick up. We have stayed here before and will be back again. Starting June 1st rates go down to $30 a night for the summer. What a great deal for such a lovely park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice fancy RV resort style park. A little fancy and expensive for the general area. Our site was spic and span as one might expect with this level of park. We stayed one night and enjoyed some of what they had to offer, including the morning breakfast and newspaper. WiFi wasn't working on either of our laptops, and the two office ladies had no clue or offered any solutions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Why is it in a park that is only about 1/4 full that they park people in every site rather than leaving a site open between? This is a very nice, but overpriced park and we decided to splurge and stay here on the last day of our 3 week journey. Whoever is assigning spaces just put huge Class A motorhomes next to us on each side. The rest of the park is empty. We can't even see out our side windows. We won't stay here again for any reason! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park in a great location and lots of "perks" (breakfast, discounts at local merchants and restaurants, cookies, etc.). The dividers are nice and provide privacy. While the hookups are side-by-side, they seem to keep the site next to you open as much as possible. The Wi-Fi worked well (no problems). We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very nice. The sites are large and we really like the foliage separating sites on the entry side. However, the back side (hook-up) is very close to your neighbor. The meeting rooms are a good size with plenty of tables and chairs. The breakfast is mundane: english muffins and bagels, cereals. The real downside to this park is the location. It is very close to Interstate 10 and the noise is constant at night with truck traffic. Yes, there are train whistles, too, but those weren't nearly as disturbing to us as the interstate noise was. Some may not find this as annoying as we did. We live in a very quiet community without city noises. And the only view we had was of the Interstate. The park is a little expensive. We have stayed at nicer parks for less. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in the other 2 parks in town, and this is by far the best. In fact, it was one of the best parks we've ever stayed in. Spotless, beautiful club house. Dog walk was terrific. Larger breeds can actually run! It's narrow, but the walk borders one of the boundary walls of park. A bit expensive, but we were there during the snowbird season. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice, upscale resort, not a campground. The roads are paved, the sites are pea gravel and everything is neat and clean. The check-in staff person was very business-like; the escort was friendly. We were in a pull-thru site (the rigs alternate in direction) and there was a barrier (fence/trellis, bushes and other foliage) between us and our curb-side neighbor which gave some privacy. Our neighbor on the street-side was up close and personal. We never opened a window or a shade on that side. To recycle, we were told we could take our things to Wal-Mart. For all three mornings, the free breakfast offered nothing hot except for what we toasted. There are several different ways you can pay less than their normal nightly rate which totals close to $50; a simpler rate structure might be easier for everyone. We had a coupon letting us buy two nights and get the third night free so we paid not quite $100 for three nights. We would stay here again but not at their normal rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second visit this winter. The first time was a one night stop and the next was for 3 nights. We had no trouble with the pull-through site and did not have to disconnect our toad from our 38 foot MH. I would have rated the park a 10 if it were not for the side by side hook-ups which at this rate, I feel are a real negative. The highway noise did not bother us, but there is train noise and especially during the night the repeated whistle blowing did wake me a couple of nights. The park caters to groups and was almost full when we arrived the second time so we were glad we'd made a reservation. They give you a card and when you have stayed 6 nights the 7th night is free. They do give you lots of little perks like the free breakfast, free newspaper, cookies and treats for your pets which other parks at this rate do not. They clean the sites after you depart and the entire park is very clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place to pamper yourself after a long day on the road. It is expensive but worth the value and includes a continental breakfast. It is close to I-10 so when making your reservation ask for a site away from the highway. If you don't mind backing in, the best sites are at the back of the park and look over Old Mesilla. They advertise walking to Old Town but it is a " Long Mile " one way. Take the car as there is lots of parking. If you want to save $18 the Siesta RV Park is actually down the same road about 1/4 mile and further off the freeway. It doesn't get very good reviews but when we drove by it to Old Town and it looked decent. Hacienda is a wonderful park that makes RV travel great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located right next to Interstate 10 and is noisy. However if you ask the staff to place you toward the back of the park, I'm sure it would be much better. It is a very tidy park, big rig friendly and although we asked for a pull through, it was not long enough for our 38' rig with the toad attached and therefore had to disconnect for our one night stay. They escort you to your site and overall, the staff were friendly, although failed to mention the noise factor and place us in a better spot. They have a very comfortable lobby and serve a continental breakfast in the morning between 7:30 - 10 am. The hot tub looked nice, but we did not use it. The gym is full of used older equipment so not too encouraged to go in to use it. The laundry was clean and bright and charged $1.25 for both washers and dryers. Overall, the park is aesthetically pleasing and the sites are freshly raked gravel and quite level. We believe the price for this park is too high and so probably would not return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While we still think this is a very nice place to stay, we are disappointed their rates have gone up so much. Many parks of this caliber are still in the $35-40 range, but even so we will most likely stay here again. They escort you to your site. Their roads are paved, but the sites are small pea gravel. (They rake them after each use.) There are no tables or grills. The sites are side by side, but this has never been a problem for us. The door side of the sites has a privacy fence. The cable TV is good with lots of channels, but the Wi-Fi is slow. The individual showers are very nice and clean. I’m pretty sure they accept children, but the atmosphere is definitely more adult oriented. There is an enclosed dog run. Many restaurants are nearby, and Old Town Mesilla is just down the street. The continental breakfast, the Margaritas on Friday night, and chocolate chip cookies are a nice touch which we have enjoyed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off I-10, this is an excellent choice for a quick relaxing stop. 24 hours security even though not gated is provided in this new RV Resort. Free continental breakfast is provided as well as a very warm lobby with a fireplace and courteous staff. Site is graveled, good clean hook ups. Very close to Old Mesilla restaurants and shopping, not sure I can consider walking distance, 5-6 blocks, may be a little too dark to adventure in a winter night. We ate a great little Mexican food called El Comedor. Food was decent. Definitely will stop there again when traveling. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful, magnificent, beautifully furnished office/clubhouse/laundry/bathrooms/patio/hot tub all spotless clean and new. Free light breakfast, afternoon cookies and coffee/tea, magarita parties on Friday afternoons, wonderful staff. Sites are on the close side with privacy landscaping on one side, all pebble sites so dust is common. Excellent location. Great for a few days, but price is a bit high which probably limits longer term stays. Good cable but wifi is not good throughout park (and for the price it should be.) We always stop here for a few days and wish the monthly price were more reasonable because we would be happy to stay for 2-3 months. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice port to find in the teeth of a nasty, early winter storm. Great signage and easy access from 1-10. We were greated warmly by the office staff, then led to a level, clean, sufficiently long and wide enough, pull-through site. Park looks brand new with no fuss, 50amp, full hook-ups. No problems with cell phone or air-card reception. New, spotless bath, shower and laundry rooms. Sure made it easy to extend our stay to enjoy a bit of New Mexico hospitality! We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the other reviews state, this is a top notch RV park that caters to RV'rs who come in off the interstate and spend a night or two. The price of $49 per night is somewhat steep, in my opinion. They offer a !0% discount on the daily rate for FMCA etc. but there is a 12% tax so nothing is gained. If you stay 6 nights, the 7th is free. Some pluses are the free continental breakfast and a free USA Today. One big minus is the small gravel surface in all the sites which gets easily carried into the RV. Concrete pads should be the norm for the price paid. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We asked for a large pull through site so we would not have to unhook. The campground was very nice, but a little pricey for just an overnight stay. It was close to I 10 for easy off and on, but not sure I would stay again because of price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. Laundry is spotless. Private Shower/restroom areas and spotless. Professionally run park. Cleanest and neatest park we have stayed at. Employees are friendly. Sites are quite private with shrubs/trees in between. Gravel on cement sites, level. This is the second time we have stayed here but the price has risen quite a bit in two years. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a park that we stop at every year. It is very clean. The staff was very friendly & helpful. The sites are gravel & wide enough for any size coach & number of slides. All interior roads are paved. The Wi-Fi did not work the day we were there & believe a park that charges this much should have usable Wi-Fi. We also feel the park needs to place a table at each site. We like the park, but the fee, which has been rising for a few years now places this park in the overpriced category. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price is based on GS rate. This is a very nice park. Watch the water pressure as it is 85+ psi. Better have a Watts whole house regulator. Hot tub was spotless, hot and had great jets! With all the good things this park has to offer it clearly is overpriced. Laundry is beautiful. It's apparent this park is professionally run. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a great park! We were pleasantly surprised and thoroughly enjoyed this park. Everyone was friendly (employees and guests) and the facilities were top notch. Cement pads and a little more room would have earned a 10. The breakfast was very good and historic Mesilla was a lot of fun to visit. We will definitely be back to this park each time we come through (we are already changing some plans to spend more time here). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Way over priced for a night stay. We should have read the reviews before stopping. Same as above post, we were only given a Good Sam discount price, full price not printed on receipt. It's the old consumer beware. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this park at least 10 times in the past 8 year and nothing has changed except the rate. We were assigned a backed that wasn't long enough for our coach and had to move. The Wi-Fi wasn't the best it should be for paying $50 a night! We have looked at other parks in Las Cruces and will probably stay at one of them being they are $10 to $22 a night cheaper. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 4 nights with a rally group. Could not have been treated better. Very friendly staff. Park is clean and each site is "manicured" after it is vacated. Have stayed here several times before with the same satisfied result. We would definitely return here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like the campground but can't give it a 9 or 10 due to the following things. No concrete pads --everything is pea gravel. No picnic tables or patio type furniture. The hot tub is nice but it has no pool. We stay often and will do so again but we don't rank it in the top of the class. We felt like the price was a little high for what you get. We have stayed many times and it seems the price has gone up but no improvements have been made to the facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We cannot say enough about the staff at this park. These folks are hands down the friendliest and most accommodating staff we have ever stayed with. We were treated with respect and like adults. Outstanding! The facilities for the RVs were wide and offered privacy. The common areas were excellent and amazing with sitting areas, fire places, water features, etc. We will absolutely be returning for another visit! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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Nice park, but not worth the price. Stayed at many other parks that were nicer at less cost. Not sure what the base price was, but were told it included a discount, it was not listed on the receipt. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a top quality RV Resort with just about all you need. Very nice continental breakfast each morning. Bath house was very clean, now you ask why a rating of 8? DO NOT make advance reservations in advance as they will put you in the sites far away from activity center and showers. We were in a Class B motorhome and asked to be moved in a site closer to showers and restroom and were told it would cost another $10.00 per night. With 113 sites they had 65% vacant on a holiday weekend, does this tell you something? We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, but not worth $50/night. When we stayed here two years ago, the rate was $27.50. There is no pool just a spa with a 8 person limit. The WI-FI worked great. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park with space available in excess of 70ft. The park is very handy next to I-10 and I-25. Road signs pointing to the RV park would help in getting finding the park but a close study of a road map will make getting around easy. The park serves a continental breakfast every morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Great Park, very clean and taken care of. Office and meeting rooms are nicer then some high end hotels. Breakfast in the morning; showers are private with doors that again are like a hotel. Grounds are very nice and the best dog walk area I have ever seen. Close to I-10 but I had no noise. We walked to Cracker Barrel. We spent one night there the same time the last review was there and the staff treated us like we were the only ones there. We will be back. Nothing to not give a good review on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An excellent campground. We attended a rally here with approximately 35 rigs. The staff is very friendly and took extra steps to make us feel welcome and accommodate our needs. The park itself is immaculate and all sites are well groomed. It is easily accessible and close to many area activities and sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is without a doubt the nicest place we have been to as of yet. It is a beautifully landscaped and clean resort. The restrooms and showers were perfectly clean. The unique pet walk area even had lights with motion sensors for night time walks. TV and WIFI worked real well. Price included a full hotel style continental breakfast. It is very easy access to the interstate and is great for overnight or longer term. We will definitely come back here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First the good. Park is very clean and staff is first rate. There is a great little gift store and they serve you a continental breakfast in the lobby each morning. Now the not so good. Park has no pool and the therapy pool they advertise is nothing more than a large hot tub. The weight room is the size of a walk-in closet with nothing more than some outdated exercise bikes and an ab-lounge. Bottom line, this is a great stop over park in Las Cruces but it charges you a destination park price, and this is not a destination park by any stretch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay at this park any time that we are in Las Cruces and always enjoy it. It is one of the best kept parks in New Mexico. I will have to say that this time we were rather shocked on how expensive it was and this was with a Good Sam discount. $50! This was not a premium site either. It seemed way more expensive than the last time we were here , less than a year ago. I believe we paid approximately $35 for our last visit. This was very close to what some of the other area parks charged so we always chose Hacienda because it is a great park. We really don't take advantage of the social activities, hot tub, etc. because we are here on business or tourism. I will have to say that we are going to check other RV parks (Sunny Acres) next time we are here because we think $50 is a little high for a place to basically park your RV and sleep. Especially in light that they don't even have tables and chairs at the regular sites to sit and enjoy the beautiful weather and landscaping. Again, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the park; we are going to check out others because they are $15 less a night and are more of a no-frills park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful modern RV park. Check-in was like checking in to a first class hotel. Everything is clean and well maintained. Our pull-through site was extra long, and there are hedged partitions between the sites. The pet walk area is fenced, and has many trees. Our lab enjoyed running off leash, getting exercise and doing what dogs do. Though close to the freeway we didn't hear loud traffic noise. We stayed two nights here. It is a good choice when you're in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Weekly rate=$34/night. My 1st 10 given to a park. This place is very very nice! Each spot has tall plants between rigs so it's like you have your own patio with privacy. Nice dog run. Rigs park back-to-front so the neighbors sewer hose isn't next to your table. Oh yeah - bring a table if you need one. Many parks do not have one for every spot. The hot tub is huge and most importantly - hot! Nice exercise room. We stayed in a regular pull-through which is plenty wide enough for us. We extended our stay here because of the area and the park amenities. Don't forget the continental breakfast every morning! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best pet walk ever! Spotless park, the spots are gravel and groomed between each guest. Great morning breakfast, hotel style. Maybe a little tight, but we had a deluxe end spot. We will be back again next time we are in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Superbly clean and very friendly staff. They even pick up your garbage every day for you. The sites were very clean and level also and offered continental breakfasts. Will definitely go back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very neat and clean park, one of the nicest we have ever found. Very tight spaces, mostly side-by side which means your entry door faces your neighbor's, but most sites have a buffer fence/plantings as a partial screen. You can actually touch your neighbor's coach from your window on the opposite side if you both park close to the utility connection point. We expected much more in a wi-fi system which was one of the worst we have encountered in the last 18 months. It is free, but so weak that we could not connect often as they have only a single antenna for the entire park. I much prefer a commercial [pay] service than a free one that is not usable. This park is not worth the high cost in my opinion. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is very accessible from Interstate 10. Very little noise from the freeway. Breakfast is included. Free Wi-Fi. Paved roads with gravel sites that are raked after each visit. Staff is top notch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest, cleanest, most beautiful parks we've ever been in. Why can't more parks be like this one? The Wi-fi is free and very fast, the dog walk is long and great for active dogs, and the clubhouse is "gorgeous" as my wife says. We'll absolutely be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An excellent park though for the high cost I would have expected better Wi-Fi. Although parked only two rows away from the antenna, I could not connect and had to carry laptop to the office building. The restrooms are excellent though the functional division is rather strange--five showers but only one toilet in the male section. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I agree with the other reviewers, this place is great. It's close to the interstate so there is some road noise but not enough to keep me away. I'll stay here again when traveling. Nice desk staff, escorted to our site with raked gravel. "Maggies" on Friday night, CC cookies when we checked in, breakfast in the AM, really nice long dog run. As they say in California, "I'll be back". We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best campground I have ever stayed in! Top notch in every respect. Extremely pleasant and well staffed front desk, escort to your site, clean well landscaped sites, dog walk area, large jucuzzi, WiFi, breakfast, margarita night on Fridays, cookies at the desk ... the list goes on. In spite of the price it is worth it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wowee. From the concierge to the complimentary breakfast and newspaper, we felt as if we were staying in a hotel. Gravel sites are perfectly groomed (which does feel a little weird; we are, after all, state park campground fans) and the staff is most helpful. We were just overnighting, but lots of folks here for the winter. This would be a great place for a group. Outdoor fireplace/seating area. Nicest laundry (combo library) facility I've ever seen. Shower rooms were pristine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean park. A little more than we like to pay. The staff was very helpful. Gravel sites we had a very large pull thru and we were escorted to our site. It was nice to get up and have breakfast waiting. It has a great pet walking area. We stayed one night and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Super clean park. Friendly staff who escort you to your gravel site which is raked after you leave. They also offer a free light breakfast which was nicely done. Exceptionally nice, very long, well lighted dog run. Free wifi which was running about 1200kb download and my Verizon wireless card was running about 900kb. Both speeds were fine for surfing, checking email, etc. Would definitely return. Also, 2 RV dealerships within one block which both had nice parts stores. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, large sites, long dog run. We were on a private site on the end with privacy. Complimentary breakfast is a plus. Would stay here again if in the area. Would have gave it a 10 if there had been a pool. Resort is very clean, they rake the gravel when you leave. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff is very helpful and will make sure you have everything you need during your stay. They escort you to your site and continue the five star treatment with complimentary breakfast, hot sauce and chips, cookies, margarita night on Friday and extraordinary lobby and patio. The laundry and hot tub are top notch and only negative is lack of swimming pool in the desert environment. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had a great time here. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The reception area looks like a hotel and the outside space is well maintained with iron chairs/tables and fireplace. There is no pool but the hot tub is very large and my 2 girls felt like it was a "small pool". We had an end site which was large, private and had a patio set. The price also includes a breakfast bar which was a great added bonus. We had a fun visit to Old Mesilla the land of "Billy the Kid" and had a great dinner at La Posta (you get a lot of food!!!) We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. The sites were very well maintained and the staff was very friendly. We had a late check in and all the paperwork was there and ready for us when we arrived. Free breakfast, USA Today, and fresh baked cookies were a nice touch. Our price was for 2 adults and 2 children. We would stay here again but the park really is set up for an older crowd. We are not saying that they are not family friendly they just do not have the amenities for children. The addition of a pool would be nice as it was over 100 while we were there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Hacienda RV is a very nice park with xeriscaped gravel sites that are well cared for. We would prefer to see the sites covered in a larger gravel or rock so that the small gravel does not get in your shoes and follow you into your rv. The facilities very nice but was missing a pool. That would have been a great addition to the 105 degree summer weather. They offer very nice private shower rooms. It was overpriced for the off-season. Rate was for 4 adults. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Perfect place, we stayed for a one nighter on the way back to Texas. Everything was extremely well kept on our stay. Bathrooms and showers were beyond hotel room quality clean. Showers have great water flow, and private, like at a hotel. Nice hotub and workout room. There's a little wire divider fence between sites with vines and shurbs growing for privacy, nice touch. Plenty of places to eat, we ventured out to a little Italian bistro for the night. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This nicely groomed park had side by side sites with small bushes in between. We had an end site which was a little better in terms of seeing a view other than the next camper. Absolutely no wi-fi. No patio furniture provided. Continental breakfast provided, no convenience store. We were looking for a resort for winter but this would be only short term for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy in and out and very clean. Found it quiet and a great overnighter or maybe longer. Don't remember seeing any stuff for children. It is next to an RV dealer. Free continental breakfast in the AM. Wi-Fi worked in coach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the way all or most RV parks could and should be. The reception area is beautiful. They lead you to your site. Most are pull thru's. The sites are gravel but are wide and clean. We had site 150 which was ideal if you have a pet. There are several grassy areas near by. They also have a long dog run that is gravel. All the streets are paved. This campground serves breakfast each morning like many hotel/motels. We stayed two nights and I would highly recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. Very quiet and very well maintained. We stayed here with a Samoyed (medium sized dog), and she was very welcome. They have a very long enclosed dog run at the back of the park which she enjoyed very much. They also had a Margarita night with excellent Margaritas. In addition, they can put you in touch with a detailing service that comes to your unit and cleans it and your tow vehicle. They did an excellent job. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I came to Hacienda RV Resort primarily for an overnight stay. It is convenient to the I10, and we were on our way to Santa Fe. We were very pleasantly surprised. There is Freeway noise near in the front area, but we were in the back and were not bothered by it. The park is very clean and it is nice to be escorted to your site. The side by side parking was not a problem since your coach does not face the same direction as your neighbor. The dog walk is large and clean. We loved the breakfast every day as it meant no dirty pots or pans in the RV. The dining area was very nice and clean. It is small, but if there are several patrons eating at the same time, there is an overflow room that is also used for rally gatherings. Breakfast is included in the price of your stay. The lobby was very beautifully decorated and pleasant to sit in and relax by the fireplace and listen to music. There is also a fireplace and more seating in an outside patio. There is no pool, but there is a jacuzzi. The folks in the office were exceptionally pleasant and helpful. They offer a complimentary newspaper every day along with chocolate chip cookies and a Salsa sampler. They also host a "Margarita Night" every Friday evening, also complimentary. We stayed here in a 40ft Motorhome and will definitely stay here again should our travels bring us down the I10 again. We also enjoyed the nearby historic and quaint town of Mesilla which is only about 2 miles from the Resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with all the conveniences. We were escorted to our site after a pretty quick check-in. The only reason this did not get a 10 is because many of the sites are side by side. However, they are wide enough slides from both coaches can be out and there is still room enough to walk. They are gravel with only the end ones having any grass. There are no tables or pads. The laundry room, restrooms, showers and exercise room are all locked and require a key card to get in. Everything is very clean. The dog run is enclosed and long. Although we don't have a dog with us, it looks like a nice one. The Internet connected quickly, but was slow at times loading pages. It is close to attractions in the area. Following their directions made it a little difficult to get from the far right lane off the Interstate to the far left lane immediately. After that, there was no problem. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It’s been our experience that when motor coaches dominate the park, you’re not likely to be disappointed. Most diesel pushers are retired full timers and know the best places to stay, this was no exception. Paved streets, with curbs and lighting, and perfectly level pea gravel sites. What impressed me most is that as each guest left, their site was raked out as though it were an infield at a ball park. I wouldn’t recommend this place to family campers, but as an old geezer, it’s a five star. Our three day stay included St. Patrick’s Day. In their lounge, we enjoyed an excellent $ 6.00, all you can eat, corn beef and cabbage dinner, met some nice folks, and added this to our top ten campgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would rate this CG 10, except it did not have picnic tables or a pool. The continental breakfast and the fancy reception area (like middle level motels) were nice, but not needed. The CG also should invest in better signage. The vinyl “Hacienda RV Park" sign nailed to the side of the building was very tacky. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a lovely, clean campground. Sites are well maintained. Vegetation and divider help privacy. Very convenient to I-10 and Las Cruces attractions. WiFi is spotty, may have to go to clubhouse. Included breakfast is great and provides a chance to meet people. Close to several RV dealers if you need service. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice place. The rates vary on the type of site. A previous poster indicated a much higher rate. That was for a premium, oversized lot. The "regular" lots are very large and I don't see the need for the larger ones. We had a real problem this visit. A couple of water connections inside the coach ruptured. When going to the office to inquire about the water pressure, the staff was very rude and said that the pressure was high and that we should have used a regulator. We said that they should have told the customer prior to hooking up, they did not care. Just repeated that regulators should be used. The low rating is because of the rudeness of the staff. There is a really nice, continental breakfast. This is a convenient stop for us, but considering the rudeness, I don't know that we will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest parks we have seen! We ended up staying several extra nights. There are a lot of attractions in the area and this is a good place to stay while sightseeing. The club house was just beautiful and even in February it was nice to eat breakfast on the patio. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A top notch RV resort. Sites are separated by a nice landscaped fence. The showers are all individual and very clean. Go on a Friday for the Margarita party! Easy access from the highway with minimal noise from it. I will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
With so many previous reviews there is not much left to add. It’s all been said. The park was immaculate, and the side by side hook ups did not bother us. The individual men’s and ladies’ bathrooms are nice. We were glad the Wi-Fi is now free (I think we had to pay for it the last time we were there), and it was strong and fast. The park is just down the street from Old Mesilla which is a great area to browse, shop, and eat. There are numerous restaurants and a Super Wal-Mart near by. This is a great place, and we will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very good park for visiting the sites around Las Cruces. Nightly rate is high but when you consider it includes WiFi, cable, a continental breakfast every morning & a Friday night marguarita fest, it is reasonable. Hydro-Therapy Spa but no swimming pool. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park in a convenient location. The park is somewhat overpriced but nice amenities. Free breakfast, free newspaper and privacy spots. Inner roads paved. The free WI-Fi is somewhat slow but no other complaints. Our favorite park in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We full time and stay in a lot of parks. This is one of the top 5 we have stayed in. Eat at La Posta in Mesilla. Good Mexican food and great atmosphere. We will be staying here everytime we pass through. This place is a 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good wide entrance to campground with designated area to park and register. Office staff friendly and very efficient. Superb landscape resort with magnificent club house(no pool). Escort to site. Wide paved access roads. Pull-thrus wide and flat but designed back to back. Privacy fence/landscaping, no picnic table or grass. Ends of roads sites have gravel areas with table. Excellent dog run. Some interstate noise. Free continental breakfast. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is turning out to be one of our favorite campgrounds off I-10. They have a friendly staff who will escort you to your site and help you get hooked up. We had a long pull-thru where we could keep our tow connected. Breakfast served in the mornings. Laundry had lots of machines and was very clean. Staff was very helpful with suggestions for places to eat and things to see in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked here 2 nights in January of 2008. Extremely friendly staff, easy access to I-10, and close to La Mesilla shopping/dining area, Wal Mart, and grocery store. Packed gravel sites were level, very clean and freshly swept after each departure. We were guided to our site by an escort upon check-in. Free breakfast was provided in clubhouse each morning. Our only complaint was that the hose connections were frozen due to temps in the mid-teens. We could not fill up with fresh water on the day of departure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects the weekly rate with tax for a large pull thru site. Very nice park--super patio and lodge good hot tub, good WiFi, cable TV, very nice laundry, and clean restrooms. Nice breakfast. The sites are cleaned every time someone checkout. Only comments we can offer on the negative side are the pea gravel sites, some concrete patios would be in order for a resort of this kind. Not much for kids if you are taking kids along, no playground no picnic tables, no pool but a lot of other upscale offerings. We stayed a week and enjoyed the resort, we would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very fortunate to wind up here after deciding that paying a premium just for a view was not worth it someplace else. Very impressive from lobby & staff service to manicured sites. The only disappointment was the lack of a picnic table. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have stayed here many times. This is the best urban RV park in NM and one of the nicest ones we have stayed in our years of RVing. I wish that Albuquerque and Santa Fe each had an RV park of this caliber. Friendly, easy check-in, nice sites, great dog run. Beautiful clubhouse. Staff are constantly working to maintain the park. There are a lot of amenities. I will definitely return and whole-heartedly recommend this RV park to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We've always enjoyed staying here; however, at $40 a night at the discount rate I'm not sure it's worth it. A great place, with free WiFi and continental breakfast, but also with a great deal of I-10 road noise and sites without picnic tables or shade. By the handout included with your receipt, it looks like they're trying to lease sites and become more of a snowbird destination. Next time we're in the area we'll probably go elsewhere for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. You are escorted to a cleanly swept site with convenient hook-ups. Staff good and helpful. The main office rivals a 4-star hotel. Part was built in 2001 so everything was basically new. Good paved interior roads. You are parked in an alternate (front/rear) pattern with hook-ups in the center of the 2-space area, so your door opens unto a concrete pad with table and nice landscaping. This is a classy park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here 2 nights, very clean and excellent customer service, I know good customer service when I see it and this place was very professional and helpful! Free cable tv with every channel except Premium (HBO) - enough to keep you changing channels. Convenient to RV Services, Sunland RV Service was just a block away and we used them to troubleshoot and repair our 5th Wheel. A+++ RV Park We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been here several times, but this time we had a problem. We made a reservation 2 weeks in advance and had our mail sent here. When we arrived at our set time we were told that we did not have a reservation and our reservation that we made had been cancelled. We were able to get a site but not an extra long one and our mail was sent back to our mailing address. We never cancelled but whoever took our reservation must have put down the wrong dates. Otherwise this park is very clean and has a great staff. We will think about our next visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park. The office folks are very helpful. The sites are long, but not real wide. Only thing I would add is a picnic table at the site. Nice spa, good continental breakfast every morning, included. Also wireless was included and had a very strong connection at the RV site. All sites were small gravel. Raked after each coach leaves. They take very good care of this facility and it shows. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very impressed by this park. The club house had the showers, laundry, a spa, pool, fitness room, gift shop, and kitchen for breakfast. Loved the free breakfast and newspaper. Liked how it is arranged with two sites per spot with privacy dividers on each side. Liked the plants that they had on the dividers. Since it was not full, they put only one camper between the dividers. I really liked the dog walk. It is very large and fenced so you can let your dog run free. We stayed here in a 32' trailer. Stayed here Sunday of Labor Day and again the following Sunday. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great Park! We stayed here twice on our cross country journey - first night out and then last night out (returning to Phoenix). Easy to get to off the I-10. Sites are some of the best we have seen - very level and the connections seem newer. We arrived late both times, but had called ahead for reservations (seemingly not needed this time of year as both times the park was not very full) and we had a packet waiting for us with directions to the site. Only complaint (if you want to call it one) is that they did not have the full breakfast or newspapers their site said they would have. It was explained to me that was because it is the "off season" for the park. No big deal, we just made sure we had breakfast stuff the second time we stayed here. Highly recommend the place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Enjoyed a very nice Memorial Day weekend at Hacienda. Resort is very well kept with paved streets and gravel spots. Excellent dog run. No pool but very nice spa. Wi-Fi is now free and worked very well for us. Office indicated they had a new antenna up and it was working much better than before. 113 sites but only 25 picnic tables. If you really need one they will move one over for you if available. Rate of $24 is not a Passport America rate as indicated by a previous report, it is the summer rate because the free breakfast, newspaper, and the Friday night Margarita parties are not available during the off season. Very close to Old Town (Mesilla). As a side note, I would highly recommend La Posta for an excellent meal at a reasonable price. Found it to be better than Double Eagle and much easier on the wallet. Close to I-10 so try to get a spot in the back section by the dog run. End spots are also most desirable: we were in 156 and it accommodated our 40 foot MH and truck with no problems. Will definitely revisit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is now a Passport America park (the rate reflects it) though they are quiet about it. I was in the lobby on two occasions when others were checking in and the staff listed memberships they accepted but failed to mention PA. In visiting with other RVers WiFi was good only from the first row. A very nice park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very Nice RV park and excellent location. From here we drove out to White Sands National Park during the day and then to the Mesilla district for some New Mexican dining. It has all the amenities one could want on a two-week long trip, including laundry facilities. You can even get your rig washed on site by one of their contractors. We'll definitely return if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Helpful and friendly managers. Very well maintained, quiet and clean. They offer free breakfast which they call Continental breakfast every morning. Never saw such a variety free in previous parks. They also provide USA Today free to residents. They offer wifi which is one of our requisites while traveling. Spent a week there and would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
In a word -- the park is very nice. Almost resort quality (missing a pool; had hot tub only). Great little club house, complimentary breakfast was perfunctory, polite staff, clean facilities, paved streets, and even some dog runs. BUT -- the wierd gravel sites are dusty when dry and muddy when wet -- almost just dirt really. We think they could have done better to have graveled the sites with smooth, pebble, river gravel that is much kinder, cleaner, and drains very well. Otherwise, we liked the park ("Resort" is stretching it a bit) and would return for overnights of a day or two at most. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second visit to this park. It is outstanding and so enjoyable. I don't think it is too expensive. I have paid a lot more for a park of a much lower standard. The hosts are very friendly and accommodating and escort you to your site. Sites are very nice, roomy, level, landscaped, and big-rig friendly. There are many amenities such as a free continental breakfast, daily newspaper, daily curbside trash pickup, etc. The park is very well kept and the staff are always out there keeping it clean. Great dog walk and convenient location. There is some noise from the freeway but it is not overbearing. The WiFi was $3.95 per day but worked very well. The only reason I did not give the park a 10 is that most of the sites are side-by-side hookups so you are close to your neighbor on one side (but high, privacy fence on the other side) and there are no picnic tables but I would give it a 9.5. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park even though it is flat and the sites are gravel. The roads are paved and some small trees and some bushes dividing some of the spaces. There's a very nice dog run. They have a free breakfast in the mornings in their very nice office/gathering area. We stayed here twice on our trip across the US and would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Outstanding park! Complementary breakfast, and looooong pull through, easily accommodating our 65' of motorhome and trailer. Staff was very friendly. We had to take our motorhome next door to the RV dealer for an oil change and service and wanted to go to White Sands for the day. They allowed us to leave our trailer on the site until 5pm (usual late check-out is 3pm). We saved 50% off the regular rate w/ CampClub USA. We would absolutely stay here again if we come through Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Visited park in 40' motorhome. Park is very clean & modern. Beautifully landscaped and big rig friendly. Park will accommodate any size coach with any number of slides. Most sites pull through that are long enough to keep towed vehicle hooked up. All roads are paved and sites are gravel and wide. Staff was friendly and listed spa as an amenity. When we went to use the spa it was closed for repair. They provide free newspaper and delicious breakfast bar. Grounds are kept like a nice hotel. We felt that the park needs a pool to make it a true resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, well organized, friendly resort. Great staff, with personal escort to site, homemade chocolate chip cookies, USA Today, continental breakfast, hot tub, and level sites. As an aside, if you need help with your rig go next door to Sunland RV; came to my assistance in the middle of a storm. Can't say enough nice things about Sunland! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay, so this is clearly the finest RV park in the greater Las Cruces area but it does not deserve the highest grade. The park is clean and well appointed and the clubhouse rivals those of the finest resorts anywhere. Sites are roomy and adjoining sites are opposed so you never see your neighbor's sanitation connections. But the park is right alongside I-10 with no buffers so the sound of traffic is constant. The sites are gravel instead of concrete with no patios and no picnic tables. There is no swimming pool, cable reception is poor and free wi-fi is not offered. After a long day's journey in the New Mexico heat, a swim in the pool would be nice. There's no excuse for weak cable reception and wi-fi is just as important as water and electric to today's RVer; it should be included in your rental fees. So yes, this is a beautiful resort and you wont be disappointed staying here but I reserve a "ten" rating for parks that are truly deserving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very nice park. They had a free USA Today, cookies, and a breakfast bar in the morning. The dog run was nice enough - better than most we have used. The reason I did not give them a 10 is that the WiFi was a little expensive, and I think WiFi is like the pool, dog run, or lounge/TV area and should be part of the free amenities at an upscale park. The people were very nice and helpful. While here - if you like Mexican food - go to La Posta in Old Mesilla to eat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A gem of a place, with friendly people, helpful staff, great location, clean, etc. Our dog loved the little "run" area, and we found the walk around the park nice too. They even have fresh chocolate chip cookies in the office (all day). A place to head for on our next trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason I did not give this RV park a 10 is that I think the sites could have included a picnic table and a little more landscaping but this is the desert. Between every two sites is a privacy fence with bushes and vines. Every two sites are side-by-side hookup sites which means that you are very near your neighbor. There are deluxe separate hookups for each sites and the sites are very clean, well kept, and large. The dog walk was the best. The staff were very courteous and helpful. You were escourted to your site. The clubhouse was very nicely done. There were many thoughtful amenities such as breakfast, a large whirlpool, workout rooms, a very nice sitting area with large screen TV, etc. This would be a great place to spend an extended stay. The park was suited for large rigs and very thoughtfully designed. There were reasonable park rules but you did not feel that you were being scrutinized or in a Nazi camp. The park is very conveniently located to shopping, Walmart, Historic La Mesilla, and near RV service shops if you needed work done on your rig. This was one of the nicest maintained parks that I have ever frequented especially for New Mexico and will definitely recommend it and will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very well maintained RV park that is very convenient to I-10 and I-25. Access is very easy due to the wide access roads. It is very close to a large shopping area (Wal-Mart, grocery store, restaurants, bank, etc.) and only about a mile from historic Mesilla and its beautiful plaza, cafes, and shops. It is also very close to the NMSU campus. The interior roads are very wide with curbs. All sites are gravel and are clean and raked after each camper leaves. The perimeter sites are back-ins with privacy fences/foliage between them. The pull-throughs are back-to-back with privacy fences/foliage between them. The office/clubhouse is beautiful with a spa, patio and outdoor fireplace. The showers and laundry rooms are spotless. The staff was very friendly and helpful with one of the owner/operators on site. They have a hotel style complimentary breakfast and newspaper each morning. A Margarita Party each Friday night is a great way to meet other RVers. The Wi-Fi is Coach Connect and worked great. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful place. Free breakfast, contiental style each morning, wonderful staff, Friday night free Margarita night. The best bath house I have seen, so clean and roomy. Will stay there again. The manager said they had received several request for a pool and they are thinking about that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park! Had the largest pull-thru I have ever seen. Can't say much for their WiFi provider (Coach Connect). Not as user friendly as others and about twice as expensive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground presents like an upscale resort. The roads are all paved, the sites are fine gravel that is neatly groomed after each guest's departure and they are arranged head to toe (or back to back) so that you are not facing anyone's hook-ups. In addition, there are fences between every two sites with shrubs and small bushes to help insure privacy. They offer a variety of "perks" like complimentary daily (M-F) USA Today, complimentary breakfast that includes coffee, juice, cereal, toast, waffles, fruit, home-made muffins, hard boiled eggs, etc. , and every Friday night, there is a complimentary Margarita Party with appropriate snacks. In addition, they offer a hot tub, an exercise room, a very nice laundry room, a comfortable lounge and meeting rooms. Finally, the front desk staff, that seem to consist of several local college students, are very, very friendly and helpful with all your questions and requests for assistance. On the down side is the management headed up by a woman who rarely smiles, walks around with her head in the air, and seems to be a control freak on a power trip. Two work-camper couples that were very nice left early while we were there. One couple was terminated because of a negative encounter with management, the other couple quit! The assistant manager is sometimes friendly, but seems moody and often fails to follow through on things even when he says he will. The sites, although neat, are dusty when the weather is dry and soft when the weather is wet. The dog walk also gets muddy after each rain and, because it's a storm run-off, it will also fill with several inches of water after a heavy rain. If you like camp fires, they are not allowed. If you like picnic tables, you need to request one and there are only a few to go around. They do not have a pool but will refer you to a competitor if you have your heart set on one. We would probably go back, but they do have some things to work on, especially management's interaction with both guests and staff! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a 'luxury or resort' type park. Very nice and clean park. Pet area also very clean. Beautiful office, and Club House. Big plus: clean exercise room spotless laundry. Close to freeway but not noisy. Super Wal Mart very close. Staff very helpful and friendly. Spa looked inviting but it was snowing! We did not go into the restrooms. They have complementary Breakfast Bar and USA Today Newspaper every morning. Complimentary Margaritas Every Friday Night! 5:30 PM to 7:00PM. WiFi is provided by Coach Connect Net @ 1.99/hour, 3.99/day, 29.99/month. Good directions on website, but does not state street address, which is 740 Stern Drive, Las Crusas, NM 88005. GPS coordinates are: N 32 17.184, W 106 47.470. Stayed here Christmas 2004. Check their website for more information. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We spent a month here and really enjoyed it. They have a great pet walk area, exercise room, large
hot tub/spa. The staff is terrific and the sites are very clean and level. The sites are mostly side by side but they are large enough and have a lattice and plant divider between you and your neighbor. This is an excellent facility. the only reason I did not rate 10 is because of the proximity to the highway. There is some road noise, but we will go back everytime we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Outstanding in every way. Gorgeous office/clubhouse in traditional adobe Southwestern
style, all new, beautifully furnished. Wifi. Numerous lovely sitting areas indoor and outdoor. The cleanest and best and most thoughtful laundry facilities we have ever seen. Very nice screening between sites, spotless grounds, paved and manicured gravel. The owners really deserve kudos for an outstanding RV park. We stayed here for a week. Wonderful Old Mesilla essentially next door. Across interstate from Super Wal-Mart. Right off of I-10. Our site had a magnificent view of the Organ Mountains. Many other RV parks around, but nothing to compare with this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice "adult" type park just off of I-10 in Las Cruces, NM. Absolutely NO trees,
though that is a plus for me with my motor home. No landscaping around sites, which are gravel with no picnic table. Again, this is a first-class "adult" type park for nice motor homes and 5th wheels. Easy "Big Rig" access and outs. Very good overnight stay in this area. I would stay again. Stayed here in Oct. '04 with 42' motor home and towed car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
This truly an outstanding park. As soon as someone pulls out, the crew is there with a
rake smoothing out the gravel. It is very cleal and convenient and people are very nice. I would have given it a 10 other than for the per minute local phone charge. C'mon, give us a break: This is nothing but a nuisance charge and demeans an otherwise fine RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is one of the nicest RV resorts we have ever stayed in. Has a privacy fence separating the sites. Breakfast was included in the price. Extra nice employees. Even had a detail person to wash the MH and car if you wanted. Stayed here on the way home
from the balloon festival in 2003. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 7 / 10 ]
No patios, no picnic tables, no shade, phone service is 10 cents per minute after 20 minutes, and no grass. Nice park but it lacks several things that would make it a great park. It is right on the Interstate with the appropriate road noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Very nice level gravel sites. Ample space on the sites for all lengths and toads. Continental breakfast with newspaper each morning. Friendly helpful staff. Clean restrooms, showers, laundry etc. There will be a Camping World right down the road March 2003. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
New park, very nice. One word of warning. On site phones are set up for "first 20 minutes free, 10 cents a minute thereafter." Internet users are able to avoid charges only by logging on and off at 20 minute intervals. We camped here in a camper.
The entire park is gravel which is raked and watered daily which not only keeps the dust down but has a nice visual effect. The staff is very helpful and will do whatever they can to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The view of the lights of Las Cruces at night was very nice. We found the park to be very quiet during the day and at night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pluses: great view east of the mountains over Las Cruces from the premium sites. I also liked the relative proximity to the Rio Grande bike path, about two miles down the hill from the park on Picacho, which for me isn't a problem but may be for some. Clean, roomy showers. Minuses: Pricey. Also inconvenient to shopping, restaurants, etc. The 11 AM checkout requirement is a bit limiting, although there's a one-hour grace period. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good place to stay for the view of the city. Very clean and well cared for by the hosts. All grave,l but cleaned and raked just about every day. Some shade is available. There are a couple of gazebos to sit and relax. Wi-Fi was slow, but doable. Checked out a couple of the other parks in area and this one was the best choice for us. Would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Of all the KOA campgrounds we have stayed at, this is the best in our opinion. The pull thru site was level. The grounds were well kept. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is highest in town, facilities and view are best in town. Have stayed here several times now, will return. Staff friendly, park well taken care of. All gravel, but pull-throughs have concrete strips to place tires and level on. Easy on/off I-10, shopping nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was an average KOA that is on US 70 a couple of miles west of Las Cruces. The campground is on a hill and has a nice view of Las Cruces and the mountains to the east. The road to the office is paved and the rest of the roads are gravel. The sites are gravel with 2 concrete strips that are 30 feet long or so and which are intended to hold your wheels and landing gear. They were wide enough that positioning my fifth wheel on them was easy and they were level. The Wi-Fi worked about half the time I was there. I was told the Wi-Fi had been hit by lightning the previous week and somebody was working on it. Other than a pool, there were no recreational facilities at the park. The rates for KOAs seem to be creeping up into the 40s for plain vanilla campgrounds, so I may start checking out alternatives. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Park is close to freeway for easy access. Overlooks city. Close to shopping. Roads and sites are gravel. Sites are level and long enough for 37 foot m/h and towed. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) were good. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice KOA with great views, clean restrooms, nice staff, terrific pool, and even an excellent laundry facility! Graveled sites groomed and level. Close to town and the highway but no road noise. Really enjoyed our stay, would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good gravel sites up on a hill overlooking city. One of the best wi-fi's we have ever had with routers around campground. Excellent cable also. Friendly staff. There was also a high speed computer available to use while doing laundry. Book exchange in laundry. Convenient to interstates and other areas. Country quiet at night--no planes, trains, or highway noise. Sites were adequate but narrow. We could not put our awning out if the adjoining site was in use, but the winds are so bad, we couldn't put the awning out anyway. No tables at sites, but a covered area was provided with plenty of picnic tables and a gas grill to use. There are a couple of sites with a cabana type arrangement; grills included. I recommend you save your money and just take one of the pull throughs--the back in view sites also cost more. We had nice views from our pull through--when the dust would let us see the mountains. We enjoyed our stay very much and will definitely stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained park. Easy in and out. Some sites have great view of the city. Site was gravel and level. Park is on a hill and away from the Interstate. Although an overall nice park I believe it to be somewhat over-priced at $45 per. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stop here every time we are in the area for the view sites and the gorgeous view of Las Cruces and the surrounding mountains. The gravel sites are spacious and fairly level. Friendly staff. Good location to see area sights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camp ground is clean and easy to get around in a big rig. The price reflects a view site that is beautiful off in the distance, up close your looking at roof tops and back yards. Save your money and take a pull through, same view without the houses right under you. Picnic tables are about 5' long and so flimsy you can't sit in the middle of the seat (6" wide) and they do have dog bags available but the dispensers are filled with clear sandwich bags. I would expect more for $48.00 a night. All the hook ups worked fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped for one night on our way home. Greeted by a very friendly staff and assigned a long pull through that had the gravel freshly raked level and swept, level concrete pads. All the hook ups were in the right place. There is a nice view of Las Cruces from the campground, with the Organ Mountains in the background. The campground is about a mile from I-10, so road noise is not a problem. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There is nice spacing between sites in this park. The entire area is gravel, but each site has concrete strips on which to park the motor home. Interior roads are in good condition, and there is adequate room to maneuver. All gravel is raked on a regular basis, so it always looks nice. Utilities worked well, as did cable TV. We did not check out the restroom/shower/laundry facilities. Wifi is Tengo and it worked great on Saturday, but went down on Sunday - certainly not the fault of the park. The park is up on a hill, and there are beautiful views of Las Cruces at night. It was very quiet during our stay. We enjoyed our time here and will choose this park again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park. The facility was very clean and the grounds well maintained. The sites were level and did not require any special maneuvering. The "everyday sites" appear to be quite close together. We stayed in a view site and would not have felt infringed upon if we had neighbors. The pool area and pool was very nice. We stayed with young grandchildren and used the pool each day. The pool is 4 feet at it's most shallow end, so it would be difficult for younger children. The playground is well maintained also but the equipment is quite old. We often stay in closer to town, but the sites are too close together by comparison. In the future we probably will change from the "in town" park to here in spite of not needing a pool for the grandchildren. The freeway noise is non existent compared to the "in-town" parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is clean and neat, but is a gravel parking lot, with paved parking strips and sites quite close together. The lots around one edge of the campground provide nice views, especially if you have a large window on the rear of your RV (these are back-in sites). Most visitors appeared to be over night guests, which is probably well suited to this kind of campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very well groomed, considering it is mostly dirt. Sites are smoothed out by a man using a tractor with a rake behind it. I was amazed seeing him out first thing in the morning. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were large enough to have enough space between them. The pool water was a perfect temperature, and the showers were fine. I would come back again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff in the office were very nice and helpful even recommending a local Mexican restaurant "Andele", which was quit good. The park has a nice safe feel and other parks we drove by in Las Cruces not so much. Coming in from I-10 it's a right turn at the bottom of a fairly steep hill, then up a fairly steep hill into the park. The whole park is dirt and gravel. they try to keep it raked and pretty but the dust gets on everything. Cable was good with 70 channels. Wi-Fi was the Tengleo which we didn't use. Verizon and AT&T worked well as could be expected in the city. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really fast internet speed, the sites were a little close together, the showers had really nice hot water but the restrooms could have been a little warmer. The park is in a great spot overlooking Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed here for 3 days. Campground elevation is 4,060 feet. Maneuvering my 40 footer towing a dinghy in the park was no problem. Roads, sites and patio is gravel. Pull through sites hold a 40 foot motorhome towing. My site, #58, offered 30/50 amp service & full hookups. WIFI and cable were included in the daily rate. I was able to receive AT&T Wireless 3G Internet & Cellular service. I received Dish Network 110/119 Satellite TV from dish on roof of motorhome. The campground is pet friendly. Walmart is 6 miles away and a grocery is 5 miles away. I am unable to comment on other amenities due to not using them. This KOA has tiered narrow sites. My patio could not have been over 6 foot wide. If I extended my awning half of it would be over the next site. This visit is my fourth in the same number of years. This is an ok campground with great views of Las Cruces. I will probably return here again because of it,s location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I liked this campground. It was very neat and clean, and the workers were very friendly. The majority of the park is gravel, which they rake and water each day. The sites have concrete "runners" for the wheels of your rig, and our site was very level. The park is easy to get to from the interstate, but is far enough away that you don't hear highway noise. The view of the city lights at night from the park mesa is very nice. The cable TV was nice, as our satellite dome was blocked by a tree. As mentioned in previous reviews, the sites are a bit close together, but it was fine for an overnight stay. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The biggest problem with this park is the narrow sites. We had less than 4 feet before we were on the neighbor's site. Sites are terraced with about 18 inches of elevation drop between sites. Sites had concrete parking strips for each wheel, but you have to be sure to get parked on those or you won't be level. The staff was helpful. The view of Las Cruces is nice. The park is 4-5 miles from the center of town but is close to I-10 and also on a major road into town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
All previous reviews are valid. The view alone is worth the stay. Exceptionally helpful office staff told us about stay two night get one free, summer deal, so we stayed three nights. Well maintained, cool at night, even in this heat. Will stay again. Pool was not open, or I'd have given a nine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful view of Las Cruces and valley. Some of their sites face forward making the view even better. Sites well groomed and extremely clean. They have cement pads with small gravel which they rake between guests which is a nice touch. We were both very impressed with the way this older KOA was maintained. We would definitely stop here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here three times now, as we love the location. Gorgeous views of the Organ Pipe mountains and the town of Las Cruces. The view sites allow you to back in or pull in forward to maximize your view experience, and were long enough for our motor home and trailer. There are also long pull throughs available in the middle of the park. The pool has never been open during our March/April visits but the access from the highway is easy, yet far enough away so that you cannot hear it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean and well kept. Staff are friendly. Quiet with a great view of the city and Organ Mountains. Wi-Fi was good. Laundry and bathrooms were clean and well maintained. Very dusty due to the type of gravel and since they power rake each site as it is vacated - keep your windows closed. Loses points for the dust and since the pool was closed and would not be open until May. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful park, easy access, limited highway noise, amazing views of the valley and Organ Pipe mountains, WiFi, and clean bathrooms. Big rig friendly (40' RV plus 20' trailer). Our 3rd time here, and will stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for an overnight stay on our way to Carlsbad, NM. The campground is very clean and well maintained. They have a nice playground that our kids enjoyed. The view sites looked pretty nice. They have a nice little store that sells souvenirs, grocery items and even had stamps. I used the laundry and it was very clean. All of the staff was very courteous and helpful. They have a pool, but it was closed for refurbishment. We would stay here again, easy on and off the highway, but not so close that you hear it all night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Clean campground in quiet location off highway on a hill overlooking the city. Roads and sites are gravel with two cement strips running the length of the sites for the RV wheels to rest on. The gravel is raked to perfection every day but can be a bit dusty. There are a few trees in the park, but most sites appear to be unshaded. Pull-through sites are very narrow on the hillside with no patio space or picnic table and just enough room to squeeze in a small table to put your BBQ on beside the RV, but not much room for chairs. Easy to maneuver a big rig in/out of site and park. Free Tengo Wi-Fi passwords were happily given to us to accommodate both of our computers. Friendly staff and good service. Fairly large fenced dog run, but it is deep sand and the dogs kick up a lot of dust in it. There is a fairly quiet side road the park is located on that is okay for walking them on. Washrooms/showers/laundry room all clean and well maintained. The pool was closed, presumably for the season. This was a good park to spend a couple of days while we explored the area but would not be a destination park for us. Price reflects the 10% KOA Kamper discount on a pull-through 50-amp, cable, Wi-Fi site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pros: Premium view sites available. Cable TV, free wireless internet, and site utilities all fine. The sites are gravel with concrete parking strips. The camp is clean and well-maintained and in a quiet location. Cons: Narrow and short pull-through sites, windy, dusty, no park activities. The park is several miles outside of town so be prepared for a 10 mile drive or more for any activities. Staff I encountered were impersonal and not too helpful. Impression: Basically OK for overnight or a few days in the area. If you want to be closer to town I would opt for a different RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed in this KOA twice, and we love it. The view is beautiful; in the daytime you can see the mountains, and at night you can look down over the city lights. Our kids loved the playground, the staff were friendly, and the sites are very well maintained. We definitely recommend this campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the first KOA that we stayed in during our 2 week RV trip. Very nice. Security was good. Had a code to use the restroom and laundry. The view of the city was beautiful. Staff was very friendly. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a place to stay in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wow! We were in view site #12 which was long and wide with plenty of room to sit outside. Our site included WiFi and cable TV. We found this a very clean and extremely well maintained RV park. Best of all, was the fabulous views of the mountains, Las Cruces and the Mesilla Valley. The views at sunset and in the evenings were stunning. We sat in the gazebo which was right next to our site and could see all the lights in Las Cruces and the surrounding valley. Although we paid a little extra for a view site, we would highly recommend them, they are worth a few extra dollars. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a awesome park with a view you won't believe of the Organ Mountains, and it overlooks the city of Las Cruces. We have spent the winter here for the past 3 years and love it. The manager and owners are special people that make you feel welcomed. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has glorious views of the surrounding mountains and the Mesilla Valley. We enjoyed drinks in the evening sitting in the gazebo while gazing at the city lights. There was a nice cool breeze blowing, too. We had one of the view sites and it was very spacious. There is easy access from I-10 and it is quieter than some parks that are located closer to I-10. We will stay here again and will recommend this park to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Easy access from and to I-10, yet the park is very quiet. The staff and fellow campers were very cordial. The site had an absolutely stunning view of the city and mountains. The major drawback was how narrow these sites are. Length for our 40ft MH was fine, but, width was another story. We could extend slides and pull down window awnings, but patio awnings were out of the question. Wifi was strong and "free", but required a log-in with every session. The price listed reflects KOA discount, so this place isn't cheap. That said, we'll keep it on our list of places to stop when passing through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I agree with others that this is an easy park to get into (1.4 miles from I-10) and very clean. Staff was friendly and thoroughly explained all of the features of the park. Many of the spots had a great view. I would have given it a 10 but I think the price is too high for a quick overnight spot and the exit road was somewhat bumpy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Although we usually avoid KOA parks, this is a great place to stay. Everything about the park is immaculate and the staff is so helpful. The sites are narrow--we could put out the slides but couldn't fully extend the awning. No picnic tables. But we had an excellent Verizon broadband signal and they offered one day free Wi-Fi from Tengo. We had a pretty good Sprint cell phone signal. We would definitely come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA is easy accessible for Big Rigs. We are 45 ft plus towing vehicle. The park is clean and well kept up. Sites are big enough for 4 slides, but you cannot put awnings out, due to width of sites. We have stayed here several times and would recommend it. The staff are helpful and friendly. Las Cruces is great for a time out and relax stay for few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was nice. The pull through we were in had nice access. It sits on a hill overlooking the Las Cruces valley area which is nice. Everything worked and was clean. It's not too far a drive from the town for food. I would stay there again if I was visiting the Las Cruces area. It's not fancy, but I have yet to see an RV park that is much more than a parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy on and off I-10. Very well maintained. Friendly and courteous staff. Spectacular views of Las Cruces. We were fortunate to be here to see it in a full moon. Ten minutes to shopping. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a very nice park! It is clean and well kept up. We didn't have one of the "view" spots but still had a good view of the mountains. The sites are not large, but it was adequate. We stayed 4 days in a 40' motorhome, we couldn't put our awning out as there was a tree in the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Expensive for what you get: typical KOA. Initially told price was $50. But after suggesting that we would go elsewhere, they reduced the price to $42 (with tax). Dirt/gravel spaces = dusty. Most sites were close together. A couple sites seem to have a view, but most of the “view” sites overlook the roofs of houses. Trees at many sites need trimming to be “Big Rig” friendly. On the positive side, no Interstate traffic noise. Good reception for both AT&T cell and Verizon wireless mobile broadband. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the better KOA parks we have been to. Although most KOA's are comfortable and clean, this one goes above and beyond. We were in one of the “view” site and wow, what a view. Calling it a “view site” doesn’t do it justice. The sites overlook the entire Las Cruces area with incredible sunrise photo opportunities available. At night, the lights from the city and I-10 twinkle and create quite a lovely scene. The sites were roomy and the staff was very friendly. The Internet was free but it was Tengo … definitely not my favorite, but certainly better than nothing. My only complaint was the cost of the laundry … much higher than any other we have come across in our 3 months of traveling. That said, we would highly recommend this park and will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Price reflects the KOA card discount. Is the nicest KOA we have ever stayed in! The park sits about two miles from town but has easy, highway access. This is a very nice campground with wide gravel roads and level concrete tire strips to park on. The sites are wide, level, electric was strong, good water pressure, excellent cable TV and we got strong FREE Wi-Fi (Tengonet). They have a small but nice dog run, pool which was closed, and a small store. This park sits on the hill overlooking Las Cruces, the mountains in the distance and is super quiet. It is well maintained and they re-level the gravel and clean each site after someone leaves. There are some trees and grass for tent campers. We had no picnic table and all gravel inside the park, hence the 9 rating. Would definitely stay here again. Great for an overnight or a visit to the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice folks, lovely view, much quieter up here than the other RV Parks in Las Cruces that are right on the interstate. (This is only a mile off I-10, but pretty quiet.) We used the laundry facilities, dog walk and fenced dog run, and restrooms--all were in good shape. It's clear that these folks have pride of ownership. We'll stay here again, but we'll try to get one of the view sites or at least a site with a picnic table. As an over nighter without an advance reservation, we were in a middle section without much space between units and no table to enjoy the perfect weather. OH--and the sites are almost PERFECTLY level--that's a first in our experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were very pleased with this campground. It is well cared for; so clean and neat. The staff is friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our week here and will return if we are ever in this area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband, myself, and our 2 cats and 2 dogs are very glad for this KOA. The other reviewers are right - the view sites here are wonderful!! I like to take photos, and the scene of the city and the rugged mountains behind it is pretty spectacular. They had hook-ups on both sides, so we could just pull right in. The spaces and lanes are all wide enough. There is pea gravel (which unfortunately gets stuck in your shoe treads and brought inside), which they actually rake daily! Keeps things looking very tidy. There is fenced dog yard - not big, but big enough. We just ate at La Posta in Old Mesilla area - good food. We probably won't plan on spending much more time in Las Cruces at any point, but if we pass through again, we will certainly plan to stay at this KOA! We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we arrived, the ladies at the desk were very friendly and even offered us homemade cupcakes. The park was easy to navigate with our 40' motorhome. The site is gravel with two concrete strips for your tires. The site is long, but narrow, as our slide almost touched the slide next to us. The park is very clean and well-kept. There is a nice playground and dog run. The view of the city at night is really nice. The bath house was wonderful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like this RV park a lot; the view is so awesome day or night if you pay a a little extra for the view spots! I personally think it's worth it. The only thing I can say that is bad about this RV park is that I work off the Internet, and the signal is extremely bad so if you don't plan on being on the Internet then perfect! If you are like my boyfriend and me we need the Internet to work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, helpful staff. Easy in and easy out for big rigs. Wide driving lanes. Located on a hill, many sites have a beautiful view of mountains and the city below. At night, the city lights are beautiful. The gravel is raked throughout the campground with concrete pads for camper tires to rest on. Very good Wi-Fi. Very clean campground. Tile bathrooms are spotless and shower stalls are well designed for usefulness. Complimentary toiletries in the women’s bathroom. The night we were here: the 69 channels of cable TV were snowy, black and white. Clean and well-maintained playground with a nice variety of play equipment: one of the best playgrounds we have seen. There is a nice swimming pool. Trash dumpster is concealed behind a six-foot privacy fence. We saw no typical campground junk or maintenance equipment anywhere. There is much to like about this campground. The only negative is that sites are close together. Depending on where neighboring slideouts are situated, some slideouts may be within approximately six feet of each other. When the campground is not full, the staff will assign campers to every other site to permit more space between rigs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Reasonable park, but could do with a picnic tables and a bit more space between sites. As mentioned its all gravel, but was well tended and to be fair, its the same with a lot of sites in desert areas. The only downside to our stay was the first time I drove into the site after we'd set up. I made the mistake of using the same route as I'd been shown to go with the trailer to make it an easier entry, rather than the direct route. For this simple mistake I was shouted at quite rudely by one of the staff, even after I'd apologized. In the end I drove off and left him ranting. For this alone we'll try somewhere else next time through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
There was absolutely no shade what so ever. The premium sites were a bit more expensive however it allowed you the use of a picnic table. Picnic tables are not allowed to be moved. If your site is not equipped with one so be it. The pool was shut down for a whole day. In 100+ degrees this is a no no. The staff was mediocre at best for customer service. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great location overlooking the city and mountains and quite spectacular in a clear evening. We had a full moon to add to it. It’s a very well maintained campsite and they do seem to rake the gravel every morning with water spray to control the dust. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Gravel sites, no picnic table or Bar-B-Q area. Dump station and trash dumpster are located on the drive into the park, not on the way out. Site was level and clean,and they keep the pea gravel well raked. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean park. This has been a regular stop for us the last two years as we drive I-10 to Arizona. The view sites are setup with hookups on both sides of site so Class A's can pull straight in or trailers can back in to take advantage of the view overlooking Las Cruces. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow! Talk about an R.V. park with friendly service, great management, clean, and well laid out! You have great views of the city and mountains. Sites are well groomed, plenty wide and long enough for Class A's with towed cars. Our 5th wheel fit nicely with plenty of room to park the truck. Roads are raked and smoothed daily. Cable, Wi-Fi, a nice dog walk and many other amenities make this a favorite of ours and we stop here every time we pass through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is one the cleaniest I have seen. They rake the sites immediately after someone leaves. They are level, have cement runners and the pull-thrus have great views. Extremely nice staff. Away from town but very quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice KOA and well maintained. We stayed in a view site which looks out on the city lights. Very nice at night. The sites and roads are all small gravel. A patio pad would have made this park a 9. Nice laundry facilities. There are some residences just below the park boundary, some are run down trailers. One minor irritation of mine, my site, #16, has the sewer connection too high, about 10" out of the ground. It made hooking up a bit of a challenge. Good KOA over all, I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean park. The area is all gravel and is raked daily and looks very good. We stayed in the 50 amp pull through sites which have cement strips for the tires. Unfortunately the cement was not wide enough for our jacks so the jacks were on the gravel. We had a view of the city and mountains without being on the front row. KOAs are expensive compared to other parks but that was all that sounded decent on this web site so we stayed here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like this KOA. I have used this place as a stop over several times. I can not complain. Easy on and off the interstate. Gas station is also nearby. It is really nice to wake up and see those mountains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The KOA in Las Cruces is a very clean, well kept campground; it was a real pleasure to stay there. As there were some empty spaces, we were given the choice of a pull through site or one with a view of the city below and we took the "site with the view" which was wonderful. People at the desk were efficient and friendly. We'd definitely stay there again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose the mountain view site that is $12.00 more than the non-view sites. It would have been wonderful to sit out for a while and look at the city lights,but it was too cold. All sites are open and gravel, no trees or grass. The park was nice and quiet and clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Even though we booked three days prior to our arrival by phone, the park couldn't find our reservation. It is a nice quiet park with a fantastic view of the Organ Mountains and Las Cruces below. The staff did ask if we wanted a back-in site that overlooked the city lights but we didn't ask if the sites would cost more, and I figured since it was a back-in site it wouldn't have. Reading the first few reviews the park must charge for the view. We would stay here again but clarify the price policy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I liked the concrete runners for the wheels of the trailer, and our site was up front but still had the view of the town below. The grounds are desert gravel but were groomed with a tractor and rake. Everything was clean and neat, but on the night we were there the wind was on a rampage. It rocked the trailer for much of the night. Beyond the campgrounds control, but a complication from being on the top of the bluff overlooking the town below. I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice sites with great views of the area. Pull thru sites have concrete footings for campers. Dog area is a little far from the back areas but not too bad if it is cooler weather. Campground is neat clean and quiet. No road noises, no train whistles! Will come back to this campground again!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Full-time RVer for 20 years. Cleanest, friendliest KOA I have ever stayed at (and I have stayed at many throughout the country). Sure, this park has rules (what good RV park doesn't) but all rules are very reasonable (speed limit-10 MPH (children), dogs on leash, pick up after pet, etc.) I have a dog and I received a letter just like everyone else encouraging clean up. I was not insulted, why should I be, I was not the offending party! Dog owners should take responsibility for their actions and stop whining! Would stay here again for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is on a bluff overlooking, to the east, the city of Las Cruces and the beautiful mountains behind it. We stayed at the 40'x90' Super Site. It was very nice in that we had our own gas grille and a patio table and rocker type chairs. We thought the site was overpriced in that we paid for the most expensive site in the park, and had a lesser view than the next two price levels below us, a total of 15 sites total that had much better views. This should be made clearer on the site. We also had the "dog walk" directly behind us, so that we had people walking their dogs behind us all day. We have dogs, so we did not dislike it, but again, should this not be removed from the "best lot in the park"? The staff and owners were nice and very helpful. The park was very well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is run like a strict business so if you are looking for friendly, warm hospitality go elsewhere. We were accused of not picking up after our dog. We are aware of the rules and did not break them but received a letter taped to our door saying we would be charged $25.00 for any dog waste not picked up?? Please. We also were charged the higher winter rate in July. The office manager was very rude and was always yelling at someone on the phone every time I was in the office. When we were pulling out we waved and the owner just looked the other way, tells you the friendly environment. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground was clean and quiet, with spectacular views of Las Cruces and the Organ Mountains. It's several miles outside of LC on I-10. Pool was great (even had a true "deep" end), playground was typical KOA. There was no hot water due to a gas line break, but they were working on it (or at least they said they were). We would stay here again if we are in the LC area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Las Cruces KOA is convenient from the highway. The sites are narrow. There are several pull thru's that add convenience. All the services are there. However, we did not care for the dust and dirt in the campground there are no paved streets and the wind was howling on the day of our stay. The staff was helpful. They have a pet run that is a joke...dirt and dust. I can't figure out why campground owners think pet owners want to walk their pets in a dirt pet run. This would not be my first choice for an overnight stop. The price seems a little high for the amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best KOA's we have stayed in. VERY CLEAN. Gravel with cement drive pads make the sites incredibly level. Trees provide shade...a rarity in New Mexico campsites. We arrived after closing but had NO problems finding our site...a nice welcome packet was left for us. Beautiful view. We only stayed one night but will make this a definite stop on our next trip based on some people in another site who had nothing but praise, confirming our impressions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is on a hillside overlooking Las Cruces and has a beautiful view of the mountains beyond. The site was long enough for our 40 foot Motorhome with Tow but not by much. The staff escorted us to our site, which had concrete runners for the tires of our Motorhome to rest on. The sites are somewhat close together, but not enough to be annoying. The park was a bit dusty but let's face it, New Mexico is dry. I would stay at this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this RV park! We had a "front-in" spot that sat high above the city of Las Cruces - what a view! We noticed the staff raked the pebble sites every morning and kept the grounds immaculate. A great pet walk and fenced in "off-leash" area was a nice surprise. Close to food and entertainment. The layout was big-rig friendly. Next time we will stay longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very impressed from the moment we pulled in. Up on a hill overlooking Las Cruces. Incredible view. Escorted to our site by a very friendly staff member. Cement sites. Most of the grounds is a white rock (not dusty) which they "graded" every morning so it had that always kept appearance. Stayed here on the way out of Texas and again on the way back. Highly recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very easy access off I-10 . Park as a whole is very clean and well maintained. Grounds are spotless. We had the largest site in the park , that is why it cost more, had access to gas grill and private table and chairs, but did not get to utilize much because of cold temperatures. This would make a great place to stay for a couple of days, but there are no activities in the park. Laundry room small, but dog walk area, and pet playground was a nice bonus.Excellent views of the valley and mountains. I would stay here again for a couple of days, but no more. We stayed here in a fifth wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA has been recently renovated, and has paved level sites, while the driveways are gravel. It is located out of town up the hill, so the views are great. The park is well managed, and have plenty of staff to help. All are very nice, helpful, and knowledgable. Excellent wifi. We stayed here for 3 days while getting our car repaired. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed over a weekend on the way east. Nice view of the valley and the lights. The Eastbound exit off interstate was closed so access was a little harder than it could have been. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not a big KOA fan, but this one is very good. Well off of the highway (I-10) so road noise is not an issue. Spic and span clean park all around. My problem with KOA's in general is that they are overpriced and too often sit right next to the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a favorite KOA with kind people and clean facilities. Concrete, level sites. The view of the Organ Mountains and Las Cruces is worth the stay. The children love this place. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a really nice park located on top of a hill. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Some of the special "view sites" give you a great view out the front window of the motorhome. It is very conveniently located to Las Cruces, Old Mesilla, and local attractions. The only reason I don't give this a better rating is that they advertise free Wifi, but the free internet is only available in or near the office. Tengo is offered for a reasonable fee and works well, but I feel that they should advertise the Wifi accurately. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this park two years ago when it was "Best View". We loved it then and it is nicer now. We were sorry to see that it wasn't busier. The view at night is really beautiful. It is a very convenient location to Old Mesilla. We plan to stay here on our next trip to Las Cruces. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice campground sitting high on a ridge overlooking the town of Las Cruces and the Organ Mountains. Beautiful views in the evening! The camp is very clean and well maintained. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our 2nd visit to Siesta and not much has changed. Still cute, maintained to an acceptable level, more inexpensive than other nearby parks and some of the long timers appear to have relocated; but if you're not going shopping in Mesila or want to be near some really good Mexican food restaurants, you might want to be like us and possibly opt for Franklin SP just down the road to save even more pesos. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used this park for an overnight due to an emergency with our dog. Short pull-through sites, had to disconnect the truck. Sites were close together, and had to back out in the morning because the neighbor hadn't unhooked his truck and was blocking the driveway. Lots of permanent residents. Office staff was friendly but probably wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate includes the Good Sam discount. We thought we'd avoid the overpriced RV park up the street, but instead found another, less comfortable overpriced park. Dusty, short pull-through sites were close together and required disconnecting the tow to clear the entry streets. Poor Wi-Fi, but Verizon cell and data worked well. We were told the rate included a $2 for an extra person (over one occupant) because of a state requirement; apparently due to the water shortage. Had we been aware of the high price, we would have continued on to Deming as there is no park in Las Cruces worth $35+ per night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our 1st stop on a long trip back east to trade in our RV on a newer model. CG is right in the Mesila area if you like the allure of the old town & shopping. Pet run is essentially along a canal where 1 of the long termers told me not to bother w/picking up after our pet "just kick some sand over it like we do" hmmmmm. Front desk was very amiable, cute siesta themed site numbers, electric OK, cable OK, did not use water due to fear of freezing; easy in & out. Originally thought the price a bit high for what we were getting this time of year but other CGs in the area were in the $50-$75 range. We would probably stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflected is for monthly stay plus electricity. This is no place for your pets. You can walk your dogs within the park, but the wash just outside the park is full of stickers(steer heads, goat heads, etc). Based on our stay at two other parks in Las Cruces, we feel the owners overcharged us for electricity (based on the cost per kilowatt hour). We will not return to this park. The owners are not friendly and we never felt welcome. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were very impressed with the customer service during registration. They even loaned us a new car when we had a bit of trouble and would not take any money. The Wi-Fi was the fastest that we had ever seen. The showers were completely remodeled from top to bottom. The park had shade at most of the spaces and gravel everywhere. No grass. They had pet grooming available and RV repair on site (which we needed). Overall they were very professional and helpful. We will always stay there when going through Las Cruces. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent 3 nights here, only because we paid up front and could not get a refund. The park is terrible, to put it nicely. They advertise big rig sites, well they are not even close to being large enough. We stuck out in both the front and back rows. We had to park our dingy along the fence. The place is all sand/dirt. No gravel, no grass. Trash strewn everywhere. We would not recommend this place or ever return ourselves. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This rv park is overpriced. Spaces are very narrow and too short. We saw a mid sized 5th wheel had to back out of a pull through space because of tree limbs and tight cornering. It was difficult getting down some rows in just the tow vehicle. They even have spaces along the entry road where you park parallel. There are too many spaces in a very small park, creating congestion. The showers needed a serious cleaning and repair and maintenance. Baseboards are falling off the wall outside of the showers from the constant water saturation. The front desk personnel doing their job, nothing more. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here overnight, didn't even disconnect from our truck. Sites are VERY tight and not long enough. Management was nice and tried to accommodate our length so we didn't have to disconnect by parking us at the back where our truck could extend into the pathway without blocking someone in. Barely had enough room to put our slides out without hitting the little tree and had to move the picnic table. We had a nosy and mean neighbor whom seemed irritated we kept our truck running while trying to fit in the tight spot. Cable TV was a joke: every channel came in snowy. We got better signal with our antenna. Wi-Fi worked well. It was a suitable place for an overnight stay, would definitely not stay here any longer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Gravel park - pull through spaces - not much shade as trees were quite small and sparse - dusty due to the gravel - we stayed 2 nights - convenient to everything Las Cruces had to offer up - friendly staff - Personally, would not stay for any length of time as spaces were closer together than I would really like - but it's fine for a night or two. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Close to Super Wal-Mart. Sites very close together. The guy in the trailer next door came outside to smoke, and we received the smoke in our trailer! Sewer connection was a bit high. Sites were level gravel. Wi-Fi sort of worked. Management was friendly enough. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A nice small park with owners on-site. As promised when making the reservation, the WiFi was great! In fact, the best ever experienced. Sites are level and all are pull-thrus. Basic sand roads and sites (it is in a desert) which can be nasty when the wind really blows. Easy access to Interstates, but no noise problem. Staff helpful with local touring suggestions and house hunting. Park is not a resort so if you're looking for amenities beyond the basic RV park, you'll want to go else where. We will definitely stay again when passing thru the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice private campground in town. Surrounding area is somewhat industrial but the campground feels secure and is nicely landscaped. Our rate was discounted 50% due to a club membership. Sites were level and relatively widely spaced. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is an easy on/off the freeway, and we never experienced any road noise while camped there. The owners/managers are very nice and very helpful, giving their guests TV guides, and a delightful book on their park amenities. Although we had free wifi, it did not work for us after the first day. The entire park is lots of small gravel and dirt, and although the spaces are all pull-throughs, they are a little tight. The laundry room needed some updating and the dryers did a very poor job getting clothes dry. The washers and dryers are both $1.00 per load. This is a great park for an overnight stay, however, it is a little stark for anything longer. We would stay here again if overnight only. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice little park with a very friendly staff. It was clean and neat but the sites themselves do not have a defined separation or landscaping. The sites are fairly small, but adequate for an overnight stay. If you wanted to stay longer, you may want a few more amenities. The W-IFI worked well and the park was located near enough to the interstate to be convenient, but far enough away not to have any road noise. The cable service was fine. I would stay there again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner very friendly and provided a lot of useful info about Las Cruces. He also provided the name of an excellent repair service that came to the site. And, on the plus side, there are shade trees and a huge area next to the park for walking the dogs. The whole park is gravel which is a definite drawback. We had to contend with a lot of dust and gravel being tracked in the rig. And despite the great area for walking the dogs, it is infested with cockleburs which got in their paws. I know this is a desert, but there are other parks in Las Cruces that don't have these drawbacks. Nonetheless we would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
When we called our original choice of RV parks for Las Cruces and learned they no longer had Passport American or Camp Club USA discounts and their rate was higher than we wished to pay, we contacted Siesta RV via phone to ask about the availability of a site and their rate (which was more acceptable than the first park). The owners were very pleasant and helpful, providing us with directions to the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Museum. The free Wi-Fi was a special bonus. The owners live on-site and advised that they were available even after the office closed. We would stay here again if in the area. Quiet and away from the freeway noise but convenient to restaurants and the Historic Old Mesilla (NM State Univ. is also within a couple of miles). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Siesta RV Park is a very small park. The spaces are very tight and not much room for parking pull or tow vehicle. It is just a level dirt lot, not much shade. We only stayed here one night. Probably would not stay here again for the money. There is a Wal-Mart down the road and at least the pad site would be asphalt vs. dust. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small park in the city with hard packed gravel parking area. Most sites have a (25 ft) tree and are packed close together. Although tight there is enough room for slide outs and entry & exit of sites. WIFI & CTV is included and worked fine. Owners are friendly and informative and make available to guests an entry pass into a local gym. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
While not the newest or the biggest park around we would definitely stay here again. At $28 a night it did seem a little overpriced, but was in line with the going rate at other RV parks in Las Cruces. It is not so much the price (within reason) or the amenities that matters the most to us when we rate a park, but how we are treated by the owners, manager and staff. Upon registering here we were given a free newspaper full of information on sites to see and things to do in the area and the friendly and knowledgeable owners invited us to just let them know if we had any questions about any other local destinations or where to get groceries or whatever. WiFi reception was excellent. Although there were quite a few seasonal or full-time residents in the park, it was overall well-maintained. The owners live right in the park. The park is small and the spaces are a little tight to get into. We had to park our toad cross-wise behind the rig to avoid being out in the road. There are nice mature trees and the park is in a quiet location. The close proximity of the park to the historic old town of Mesilla with its shops, restaurants, and Mexican-style town plaza is also a plus. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed 3 weeks trying to get refrig/hot water tank/washer fixed. We had only planned on staying 1 wk but it seemed to take forever to figure out what parts needed to be ordered and then to order them. Small town of Mesilla just down the road. Refilled propane 2 times without any problems. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly owners & staff in a fairly quiet park with mature trees; cable included and easy I-10 access. Many permanent residents in a compact park, and facilities show alot of wear & tear. Extremely short, tight sites and very narrow roads, not well-suited for lengthy rigs or slide-outs. Our 29 ft trailer took up entire length of their pull-thru site, un-hitching was a must. With no room for parking tow vehicles or toad's, being blocked in, or out of, your site is likely. Not a terrible place, but inconvenient for over-night stops, and over-priced for condition & size. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice campground hidden behind an RV storage site. Beautiful grass, trees & flowers. Level sites. Private bathrooms were very clean, and even offered paper bath mats. Cable TV & Wi-Fi were good. Laundry room is clean. Community kitchen adjacent to laundry has books to trade, tourists brochures, and a large notebook with the menus of all area restaurants. True, this park has lots of permanent residents, but the camping section is nearly separate, and none of the permanent residents clutter their sites. Friendly hostess. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is very clean. Road entry is paved, but park roads are gravel; however, they water the roads at least once during the day. The roads are well maintained and in better shape than many paved roads in parks we've visited. We had a nice grass front yard, level site and picnic table. Separation between sites was ample and provided a larger amount of privacy than many parks. We've stayed at two other parks in Las Cruces and this is by far the best when not traveling with grandkids. There is ample room for maneuvering any size rig and parking is ample for one car. Access to the city shopping and Old Mesilla is convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and quiet park - except for the train, but it's better than the highway noise. Again, not sure how we end up at parks that say 55+ when we aren't, but they let us in probably because we don't have kids. Older park, but very well maintained and clean even though the roads are dirt rather than paved. Convenient location and we will gladly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very clean, quiet full hook up park with excellent free Wi-Fi. New owners of only 2 months, but are doing an excellent job of keeping it clean and updating buildings. There are many long stay rigs in the park, but no JUNK outside. This use to be a mobile home park so the sites are long and wide, can handle any size big rig. Only negative is the train coming through town about every 3 hours. We will definitely recommend and stay here when passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is my 3rd stay at Sunny Acres in the last 3 years. I stay a month or more while working in the area. I have reviewed this RV Park before and all of my previous comments remain the same. This is a nice park with nice people and fine facilities. Here is where I differ from previous reviews. The "Traffic Nazi" takes great pleasure in correcting any minor infraction of the 5mph speed limit in the park, but refuses to abide by her own rules in her golf cart. She is surly and, frankly, a person to be avoided if possible. I did so as much as possible during my stay. Assuming I can avoid her in the future, I will stay here again. Rate is based on monthly stay, plus metered electricity. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is conveniently located right in Las Cruces and the price was right for an overnight stay. Hookups were fine and most sites had at least some shade. However, the park is entirely gravel and very dusty. Even at the posted speed limit of 5 MPH, every vehicle raises a dust cloud behind it. If you're picky about keeping your rig clean, this is probably not the place for you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sunny Acres has been a favorite through the years but it is slowly starting to show her age, sadly. Facilities are still kept up nicely and on a regular basis but things are starting to show their age a bit. Still a friendly staff and convenient location. And always an interesting bunch of guests staying at Sunny Acres. Hope to see some TLC showing up soon or we will have to look at other options for our frequent visits to Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice facility, oriented towards senior citizens (55+). The site given was level, long, with all amenities. Good spacing between sites. I thought it a bit pricey, but it's proximity to Las Cruces, and its well kept sites/grounds were worth it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I don't normally rate a park again unless something changes. The woman that works the desk definitely needs to be replaced she does not do justice to what is a good RV park otherwise. Everything else is quite satisfactory. It would be good to have a place for our dog to do his business in the park however. All of the utilities were adequate. The WiFi was adequate. We will stay here again and again in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park. Friendly staff. Laundromat prices reasonable. We were allowed to change to a site that had a swatch of grass next to it, after initially being assigned to a site in the back that was totally gravel. What frustrated us and is the chief reason for the low rating: there was absolutely not one piece of earth in this park, where we could walk our dog to relieve himself except the gravel parking lot used for storing RVs. The grass spots along the fence lines we marked with signs stating pets were not allowed. We had to take our dog in the car to a park several miles away. So this really isn't a dog friendly park. This was a quiet park except that behind one fence line is a junkyard with junkyard dogs that bark at all times of the day and night. In all fairness, we were warned about them. If I were not traveling with a dog, the park would have been convenient and adequate for our overnight stay. My husband and I are partial to parks that do not resemble parking lots and that offer privacy which is rare for commercial parks. This was no exception. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Many campground reviewers have lately commented about dusty conditions attributed to interior roads in desert parks. Posted throughout this park is a 5mph speed limit that tells you it is to lessen dusty conditions. I appreciate someone acknowledging a problem and attempting to solve it. Same with the free Internet. Provided paperwork acknowledges and addresses the problem. It worked well for me. No interference with satellite TV. Lots of cable channels. Excellent signage on the roads leading to the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A bit of a drive from the highway, located in town. The staff was friendly. We were given a site that wasn't even close to what the on line pictures showed. We were parked way in the back along a gravel strip, not a tree in sight! It was very quiet. The washrooms, laundry room, club room were very nice! There was even a covered deck with patio sets to sit and relax while your laundry was being done. Again, like most RV parks the WiFi was slow when you could get on. We camped here overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second stay in this park. We will stay here again if we are in this area. Check in was quick and easy. Camp worker was very nice and helpful. Roads are gravel and due to lack of rain this park is very dusty. Wi-Fi is sporadic and weak. It is close to the village of Mesilla which we enjoy because they have a couple of great restaurants there we enjoy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very clean park. The people in the office were friendly and helpful. We requested a site change, and the office was very accommodating. The shower/bath facilities are extremely clean and there are four private bathrooms. Each with it's own sink, toilet, and shower. The laundry was very clean also. They had a local camper store bring in an RV to tour on Sat morning and donuts and coffee were provided. This gave an opportunity to talk to others in the campground. Everyone was friendly. The location had great access and was convenient for shopping, touring, and dining. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice enough RV Park. We were disappointed because their web site makes it look far better than it really is. The park is clean, but a tad shabby. Roads and sites are gravel, making for some dust. Roads are wide and permit easy maneuvering. Utilities worked well; cable was excellent and Wi-Fi was decent. Many sites had 2 sewer hookups, making positioning easy. Good location near the center of town and old town Mesilla. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park - seemed far from I-10 when we exited and began driving to it but did not feel as though we were right in the middle of town once inside. Big rig friendly (we have 40' RV plus tow) and we did not have to unhook. Very nice laundry facility/community gathering room and kitchen. Plenty of nice patio tables and chairs on the deck of that facility - covered patio. Nice to have grass at each site. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Was listed on the Passport America site, but has since dropped that discount, although most other clubs have a 10% discount. Noted rate reflects that. Escapees get a monster discount -- their rate is less than $18. Some sites have shade trees and grass, others are gravel. Fairly wide back-ins, trees no problem with awnings or slides. Friendly and helpful staff. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with lots of room for the trailers. A lot of the sites have shade with a cement pad and a picnic table. If you are coming here, ask for one of these. They are back-in sites but are worth it. Great location for seeing Las Cruces. Very quiet park. The host was very nice. Big wide roads between the sites. The only thing that was an issue was walking the dogs. They did not have anyplace that was specifically for the dogs. You can drive down the road a few miles and walk along the river or along one of the many irrigation ditches. The internet access was great. The cable TV was great. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This small park is located in a city neighborhood with both a supermarket and dollar store within easy walking distance. The sites are large, gravel, and level. We did not not need to unhitch for our short stay. The park is pet friendly, but there is no dog run. Everything is well maintained. We'll definitely stay there the next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Sparkling showers & restrooms. Very friendly hosts. And if you luck out, you'll have one of the many sites with trees, and an inviting spot of green grass to set out your lawn chair. Who could ask for more while visiting Las Cruces? (except to have an excellent meal at La Posta de Mesilla) We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed this park. It's quiet, the interior roads are wide, so you can get around easily with your rig. The sites are big, with grass and level gravel. The laundry room was clean and everything worked. The showers and bathhouse were very clean and well cared for. Lastly, the office people and residents were very nice. This is not a fancy place, but everything is well cared for and the sites are well maintained. We stayed here for a week in our motorhome and will do so again. There are other, fancier places, in Las Cruces, There is a train that goes by but not often and there is no highway noise which we suffered through in a more expensive RV Park near by. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with level sites and wide roads. Only problem is that advertised WiFi didn't work for 3 of the 4 days we were there. Can't advertise a service and then be ambivalent when it doesn't work. We would not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a real good RV park in this area. All of the hookups were more than adequate. The Wi-Fi is great from site #6. The site is level with a gravel surface. The access roads are a bit dusty. The manager was both friendly and helpful. They have free coffee and donuts on Saturday morning. There is recycling in the park. We will stay here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, easy access. Interior roads are wide and gravel. Sites are spacious and easy to get in to, fairly level. The restrooms and laundry are clean and nice. Their Wi-Fi was very slow and mostly unusable, our site was the furthest from the office. Our Verizon air card worked good. Excellent selection of Cable TV channels. We ate an excellent meal at La Posta Mexican Restaurant in Old Town Mesilla, just a short drive. We enjoyed our stay and would return if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Several long term RV's in this park but all were well kept. The spaces were good. Gravel sites and seemed to be groomed. Friendly staff. There seem to be limited short term space. We were here only one night but we could have stayed longer. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a nice campground. Lots of room,good Wi-Fi, very friendly staff. If you like Great New Mexican spicy Chile, visit Nellies around the corner. They are open from 8 to 2 and very busy at lunch. MMmmmm ! We were just going to spend the night but spent a nice relaxing second day. We would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical desert park, gravel/dirt. Staff were friendly as were long term residents. Hook ups were fine. Wide roads in the park, GPS had trouble finding the entrance. Rate reflects Good Sam discount, would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An excellent park with very large sites, very good Wi-Fi, good electrical hookups. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We have a good Verizon broadband signal, as well as Sprint cell signal. We would definitely return to this park. The restrooms were spotless. Rate is GS with taxes included. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very friendly staff. Park was older. Many permanents or winter folks. We were in the only pull through, which was of a good size. There was actually grass. Very quiet. Close to stores. Good Wi-Fi. The laundry facilities were clean and reasonable. We spent two nights here and would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is based on weekly rates. The lady who checked us in was very nice and efficient. The sights are wide enough and though they are gravel, we leveled easily. Wi-Fi was so-so when it worked. No amenities this time of year. It was a bit dusty. There was a dog that barked all night long every night. As soon as the sun came up he shut up. Afraid of the dark? In spite of all of the negatives, we enjoyed our stay here. We will definitely stay here again if we are in this area. There are many fun sites to see around here, good places to eat and Old Town Mesilla was very enjoyable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This price includes taxes and discount. Great place. We stayed overnight: came in late, had packet waiting at office. Office staff very accommodating to our late arrival, he was very friendly and helpful. Wide spaces, easy to get in and out with a 40 foot coach. Located 3 miles off interstate, but worth it. Had spaces with carports for a little extra. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate reflects a weekly stay. The sites and roads are gravel and well packed. The staff was friendly and helpful. Cell service and service for our internet card was good. There wasn’t much street noise and only an occasional train. There are trees for shade, but we were in the “short-term” row, so there wasn’t much shade, which made it easy to find the satellite. Watch out for the speed bump as you come into the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a typical desert park. Lots of dust and dirt, certainly nothing the owners can control. The sites are very wide and fairly level. I saw none with picnic tables. Lots of permanent residents, enough said. Free Wi-Fi worked well, fast enough for me. Cable TV was a nice addition. I would stay here again for a night or two, but I have paid $34.00 for parks with more amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WOW the sites here are huge, large grass area, shade tree, table on a cement slab and a covered car port for our tow vehicle. Very quite, clean and friendly staff as well. One of the nicest places we have stayed. We had so much room I could stay here for a very long time and be very comfortable. I was disappointed that they no longer accept Passport America but was well worth the fee we paid. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best parks we have stayed in: friendly, clean, grassy areas in most sites. This park is a gem. Nightly rate was for a week. This an older park with some full-timers, lots of trees. Although it is not on the major freeways, it is worth driving to the park. Very accessible to shopping, fuel, medical care, etc. We love this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Staying here for about 5 weeks early summer. It's hot, but I have a well shaded site that mitigates the summer heat. Park is immaculate and service is excellent. Lots are BIG, 40 x 60+, level and utilities well located. Wi-Fi is good and reliable, at least from my site. That is important because I'm here on business and working long days. And working more at night. Park is 55 limited and quiet. Other campers in the park are genuinely friendly and always say Hi or wave. Laundry, showers and bathrooms large, well appointed and always clean. Will stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good sized level spots, good selection of TV channels, good WiFi with some slow periods. Check in was friendly and they provided a local area guide. Limited areas to walk your dog, the better grassy areas are marked off-limits. They have some nice trees that provide some shade in the back-in spots. Roads are very wide making it easy to maneuver. We would stay here again if we ever come back to the Las Cruces area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very disappointed in this park. Made reservations as Passport America members. Upon arrival found out they no longer accept PA. They offered to cancel without penalty but after driving all day we bit the bullet and stayed anyway. Would not stay here again simply because of what appears to be deceptive practices. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a week in April. We found this park very easy to get in and out of. The parking spaces are slightly angled with plenty of room between sites. Sites vary with some having shade trees, grass and picnic tables. They have very clean restrooms and laundry facilities. The staff was very courteous and helpful. Good water pressure, stable power, and the sewer connections are properly graded to the ground level. Although I was a short distance from the office and had a good WiFi connection, I had trouble getting my web browser up and running and found the internet connection rather slow. Verizon signal was strong here and our Air Card worked just fine. We enjoyed our stay here and would certainly stay here again. This park is in a great location for the City of Las Cruces being very handy to shopping and dining. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stopped over on our way back from Arizona, nice older park. Immaculate and well maintained. Friendly folks, large streets, watered to keep dust down, grass, mature trees. Since we were just one night we were in the back area, quiet and a good night's rest. Stayed the next morning late to enjoy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicer than your average RV park, as there is space and trees and nice large gravel sites. They have very clean private showers, a book room, and a laundry room, bbq area, big party room with pool table and TV's. Convenient, in town location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for 1 night ,and it was fine. Very well run and clean. Nothing fancy but great for a short stay. Quiet. Only downside was that it is a little pricey for a one night stay. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This park had easy access on and off highways. Close to shopping, walking distance to grocery store. Very nice office staff and owner. Good size sites for large rigs. Grass and trees. The wi-fi was good when it was on but the owner said they were having trouble with the supplier. Quiet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park with easy access from Interstate 10. Staff is very friendly. Sites are spacious. We were put into a pullthrough with no shade but there are a lot of back-ins with large trees. Wi-fi was not excellent but worked well. Restrooms and showers (private cabins) were very clean. We stayed here for three days. Price paid was 2 nights at Passport America rate and one night with a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a very nice and clean park. You will spend most of the time fighting with the wi-fi, than actually using your computer. There were only 4 washers and dryers and 1 washer was always breaking down. They also did not have a pet walking area. I had a hard time walking my pets due to a lack of places to do so. The streets were not paved and for some reason i was sick most of my stayed due to all the dust. I will not stay again. I like more freedom for my pets in a park and i felt that this one did not have it. I stayed here for 5 month while my husband worked in a project. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price paid was 2 nights at Passport America rate and one night with a Good Sam discount. Entrance from the street does not look like much. Office employee was very friendly and thanked us at least three times for staying in the campground. Sites are spacious and the park is well maintained. Has a fairly new club house. It was very quiet and the long term guests keep their sites clean and clutter free. We look forward to returning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate quoted by me is for a month plus electric. I met the owner and had a wonderful conversation. He and his wife put a great deal of effort to make this the nicest park I've been in in three months and 7885 miles of travel. Wide roads and lots of shade. I'd recommend this to any one staying for a night to full time. They went out of their way to accommodate me. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is based on monthly stay, including metered electric. This is a nice park run by nice people. As noted by others, the streets are very wide. Excellent for a one-night stay because of the abundant pull-throughs around the perimeter. But they are all gravel, so unless you really don't want to unhook the toad, choose one of the back-in sites, which are mostly roomy, with shade and grass. The park is convenient to everything. Walmart is less than two miles, and nothing is more than 12 minutes away. If you come in the summer, be prepared to run the A/C all day; it was 100+ almost every day in June. The humidity is very low, so it's almost tolerable. My only complaints are the gravel roads are very dusty, and a car washing is good for about a day, and the WiFi is better in some sites than others. Three days after we arrived, we were asked to move because we were accidentally put in a site that couldn't be properly metered. It was an honest mistake, and they were very nice about it. I mention it because they made a very fair price adjustment as a result. While we were there, the clubhouse was being expanded and rebuilt. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The pull through sites are definitely long enough to allow you to stay hooked up if towing, with an easy in and out of the sites. This was previously a mobile home park allowing for the wide, long sites which are now RV sites. The sites are all desert dirt with a cement patio and a picnic table. Our rate was based on PassPort America rate. We stay here every time we pass through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We checked in and a nice man was on duty. He was very helpful finding us the best site that was available for our 3 night stay. We had reservations and got a Good Sam discount. Showers and bathrooms were really nice and clean. Campground was well maintained and all amenities worked as advertised. Wi-fi connection was solid and we had good 3G service, too. I would definitely stay here again. We drove by some of the other RV parks, and I think this one was the best of all by far. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here two nights in a 40' 4-slide DP. This is a great park for a big rig. We chose a pull-through site in the back section of the park with no trees in order to have satellite service. Back-in sites were very nice with shade trees. Host was friendly and helpful; explained that there were problems with wi-fi and cable on pull-through sites and offered us a nice back-in site but we chose a pull-through for our purposes. Site was gravel with grass and pretty shrubs. Interior gravel roads are extremely wide so no problem for a big rig. Our price reflects the 50% off Passport America or Escapees discount. Excellent value for us for this site. Convenient location for day trips in Las Cruces and nearby Missile Range and White Sands National Monument. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The RV sites were shaded and lots of room for RV and between the RV's. There was a cement pad with picnic table and a grass area. It was easy to locate. A very nice RV park and would come back again. We paid Good Sam prices. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is for two nights at PA rate and one night at Good Sam rate, averaged. Nice park; very wide streets and nice sites. Grass and concrete pad areas at each site. Met the owner and had a very nice conversation. Manager in the office was as pleasant as the owner. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground will spoil you for other campgrounds. Concrete pads with picnic tables, trees, long level wide sites. Some sites have car covers. Driveway between sites is extremely wide for easy maneuvering and feeling of space. Bathroom and shower is unisex with individual doors much like your bathroom at home. Laundry room is clean, but a little cramped. Covered porch outside the laundry room has chairs and tables for relaxing and meeting folks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park near downtown. Convenient to everything in town. Sites were mostly back-in and had large plantings for privacy. New pull-through sites added along the back for over-nighters. Laundry was small, clean, and seemed adequate. Will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is Passport America. This park is off the beaten path thru Las Cruces, but well worth the effort. We have stayed at the other parks here & this one beats them in both price & space. This was once a mobile home park, so the streets are wide, as are the spaces. Trees cut high, so you won`t scratch your paint. Good 50 amp power & Wi-Fi. Would sure stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is awesome in that the spaces and roads are extremely wide.Plenty of room to open our 3 slides, lots of mature shade trees. Small laundromat, only about 5 washers and 4 dryers, one of which was broken. Quiet, not much road noise. Local barking dogs heard periodically, usually at night. Each space has a small patch of grass and picnic table. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone. Only negative incident was when a sewer line problem arose, and they had to work on it. They never advised us of it and nasty water was coming out of our toilet and faucets resulting in our having to drain our water tank and hot water heater. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park for an overnight or longer stay if you like. The roads and sites are hard packed small gravel. This my first time every to see roads this wide. They look like you could land an airplane on the roads in park. Sites were deep, wide, level, had a cement pad, table, 50 amp, water, sewer, cable TV with lots of channels and free Wi-Fi that worked well on your site. Park had back-in and pull-thru sites to pick from. Trees and dark green lawns plus lots of space from site to site. Our site was covered with large trees and we had little sun on motorhome. Lots of sites here have large trees. This is odd for NM plus very little dust in park. No tents here. The bathhouse was a unisex set up with everything in one room. Verizon cell and air card working well here. Wal-Mart super store about one mile from here. Lots of good places to eat near by as well. Staff was great at check in and helped me find anything that I ask for. A solid 10 park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well kept park. Owner is very friendly and they have free coffee and donuts on Saturday morning. Strict 5 mph speed limit because of dry conditions. Park is very nice for the price and you can walk to the grocery store. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is conveniently located within the city of Las Cruces. It was formerly a trailer park but has been converted to an RV park. There are only about three, single-wide trailers left. Most people who stay here are snowbirds. There are some folks who live here long-term. The park is well kept. The roads are gravel and very wide, making it very easy to back-in. There are some pull-through sites for overnight stays. Sites are gravel, some have cement pads and most have a picnic table. Although the park mentions a clubhouse, it really is just a small trailer with a couple of tables and a book exchange with outdated books. There is a small, clean laundry room and 4 individual rooms each with a shower and toilet. Verizon cell phone and Wi-Fi works well. Did not use the park’s Wi-Fi. The train tracks are about 1 or 2 miles away. There is some train noise but it is not that bad. There is a nearby fire department and you’ll hear sirens more than you’ll hear train whistles. Other than that, the place is quiet at night. A Save-Mart grocery store is within walking distance, a BBQ restaurant is across the street and Wal-Mart is less then a mile away. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the second year we stayed in this park as we passed through Las Cruces. The staff are very friendly and moved me to a site with some grass around it. They suspend the Passport America rates from Jan 1- March 31. The park has easy access and is situated in central Las Cruces area which makes it convenient for shopping. There are lots of snowbirds here that seem very happy. The roads are not paved so over time it might get a bit dusty. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall a very nice park. Level gravel sites with grassy "yards" and decorative shrubs as well as shade trees. Private suite baths with showers that are reliably clean. Clubhouse and activities. Friendly easy going staff and fellow campers alike. From conversation with a few folks, many were repeat visitors over the years. Convenient to Old Mesilla and Las Cruces. Wi-Fi speedy and reliable. Plenty of information and access to extra phone books for the visitor. The only downside was the inconvenient bathroom cleaning time right in the middle of the morning hours. We will definitely be back when we go through Las Cruces. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Staff are really nice people. Washrooms/showers are the best we've seen yet. Clean, warm, and very well maintained. Handy to access the town. Visitor sites are at the back of the park, backing onto a warehouse, but noise was minimal. Visitor sites are sparse. Ours had no picnic table, nor even room for one. Definitely no room for outdoor living. We had to dodge a hydro pole on our site, which further reduced our space. The worst though, was the mud. After a light snow melted, the thin layer of fine gravel did little to keep my shoes from sinking into the red mud below all around our coach, and along the road to the main building. Bottom line, an OK "park and fly" stop, provided the weather is dry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great little park centrally located and nicely landscaped; we've been looking for a replacement stay for the Hacienda Resort which has become outrageously overpriced, and this is a great replacement. Wide interior roads, large back-in sites, and big trees (good cable is free) make this park an enjoyable stay. Nice people, good value; we'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good park which is easily accessed from the highway. Rate quoted is for Passport America. Staff was friendly and helpful, park facilities were very good. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Grounds were neat, clean, and very quiet. Folks were friendly. Found some good reading in the library. Had four bathroom units with shower in each. Two of the showers were weak pressure. Decent grocery store within walking distance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained and lovely landscaping at this CG. Plenty of space for our RV plus a car port for our truck. Clean laundry and restrooms. Adults only. Plenty of dogs were there, and they maintain a very strict pick up after your pet policy. In town, so close to most amenities. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here for an overnight. Rate reflects Passport America discount. Roads are extra wide and sites long and spacious. Most sites have trees around them and many have grass which our dogs loved! Park is a short distance from the freeway but access streets were easy to navigate. Was quiet and peaceful in the park. Staff was very helpful and friendly. While not a resort, this was one of the nicest overnight stops we have had on this trip. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Get Passport America before staying since they honor the rate. Gravel drives and spots with grass surrounding. Okay place to stay but your vehicles get very dirty very fast with the gravel and dust. Nothing particularly special about the place except for a good central location in the city. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
From our view this is the best park in Las Cruces. We have stayed at a much more expensive park and definitely not worth the extra cost. It is a fairly quiet, fairly dark park. Everyone we have come across working at the park has been very good. We have our favorite site here and it has always been available. The park is close to everything in the city. Would recommend staying here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is located within the city of Las Cruces, not far from highway 70. The park's street sign is hard to read from the road. The access roads within the park were very wide. All sites were long and level. Many sites had grassy areas or concrete patios. All utilities were new. The owner lives in the park and is very conscientious about its upkeep. (The gravel was leveled daily while we were there). They keep 20 sites available for overnight RVers; other sites are long-term. Extra shrubbery and trees made this a nice park to stay for several nights. We might consider it as a long-term winter park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the best campground in the state of New Mexico. We use this as a home base for the southern part of New Mexico and have been a repeat camper here for over 8 years have check all campgrounds that is in this area and this is the best one for this area. Owner and staff are the best and go out of the way to make you feel that this is your home. Tall trees and a great lawn trimming. it looked like a branch would touch are slide out and was cut back, no question ask. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great place to stay! The owners and staff are very pleasant and helpful as were a lot of the permanent party who were our neighbors. As in all my reviews, I rate dog-walking areas. There is plenty of room for that here. Also, there is a grocery store within walking distance of the park that has excellent meats and produce. This park also has some of the best WiFi we've ever found. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There are level gravel sites. Both back in and pull through sites; some shade; attractive plantings with trees trimmed up high enough to allow easy access for motorhomes and concrete patios. Some have car ports next to patio.The laundry had four washers and dryers. The family shower rooms are clean and good water pressure. It is close in town so it is convenient to Walmart and restaurants. We used a Passport America discount. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a real treat after coming from the dusty,windy parks along I-10 in AZ and NM. Mostly grassy sites, very wide roads, pecan trees, a very pleasant place. Loved the private bathrooms and the extensive cable tv. Enough to do in Las Cruces area to hang around. Park takes GS, PA and Escapees discount at different times. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Watch carefully for the sign as it's easy to miss, but the park itself is adequate. Cable and WiFi are available at no extra charge. We had trouble using the WiFi to begin with, but once we bookmarked the sign-in page, it was fine. The roads and pads are gravel, but our site (66) had a concrete pad. I don't believe all of them did. We also had a free standing carport for our toad. The owners of the park are very friendly. The laundry facilities were small with four washers and four dryers, but was clean and reasonably priced. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Grass and shade trees! This was a treat to a Virginia couple in the Midwest. Quiet although located in the middle of town. Level sites. Cement patio. I would definitely stay at this campground in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice park. The only reason I wouldn't give it a 10 is because it doesn't have a lot of extras like a pool and activities that a 10 park would have. The spaces were very ample size with plenty of space between them. The sites were gravel with a concrete patio and table. Everything worked. The laundry room was clean and nice. The area is fairly protected from the wind that NM gets often. There was some dust when a vehicle would go too fast or the wind was really blowing since the main roads in the park are not paved. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice spacious park in center of Las Cruces within blocks of interstate. Quiet. Office was efficient and business like. Only discount was Good Sam. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two months. Check-in was very easy and the staff very helpful. Our space was very large with a beautiful view of The Organ Mountains. The park was extremely clean and well maintained as were the restrooms, laundry room and clubhouse. Everyone we met was very sociable and kind whether they lived here or were here for just the night. We have already made our reservations to come back next year! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Wow! We were very impressed with this park and especially with the great staff! Very nice gravel sites, with concrete pads and tables right next to you with very nice shade trees everywhere! Also plenty of room for a second vehicle if needed. Some sites even had small sheds for longer stays. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi, and the sites are roomy for large rigs if needed. We only stayed overnight as we were on our way home to Colorado, however, we will definitely stay here again when visiting Las Cruces or El Paso, Texas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have stayed here several times for a week at a time. It is rather expensive given the area but the resort alternatives are totally unrealistic for the winter months. But I have family here so this is the best deal I can find. If you come here, be sure to visit "Dripping Springs." White sands Missile Range and White Sands National Park. If you are heading north, visit the "Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum" and buy the $25 "Cultural Pass" there. Iy will give you free access to other State operated museums as you travel through New Mexico ... Since they are about $14 each, you will do well to buy the pass here at your entry to New Mexico. The pass will pay for itself twice if you are stopping at Santa Fe. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large park in an urban area. Wide roads, easy to access sites, but some around the edges have no patios or picnic tables (they are just parking lot style spaces). The laundry room was small but clean and nice. Rate reflects AARP discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is very nice. The sites are gravel but there is good space between sites and nice shade trees. I gave it a poor rating because the owner is a very angry, nasty, and sometimes downright mean person. He barks order at patrons with pets and rides around on his golf cart yelling at cars if they even seem to be moving at more than a crawl. I will have to agree with another post that they do water, and it does get all over your rig and autos. He made staying there very unpleasant. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our second visit to this Park. We were unhappy to learn that Passport America is not honored from December to late Spring, since it is their High Season. The front desk person was quite abrupt and we were tired; so paid up, shut up and left the next morning. It's an older park in an industrial neighborhood and is well maintained. We probably will stay elsewhere on our next visit to Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stopped here for the Christmas holiday to see family and friends. What a great park, we stop here every time we come to this area. Owners had a New Mexico style Christmas Eve supper for every one in the park, had luminaries all over the park that glowed all night, what a treat. We stay at this park every time we travel through the Las Cruces area. This is the best and nicest park for the money in this area. It has a grocery store that is less than one block away, and some of the best restaurants with in walking. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a weekly rate with Escapees discount. This is a good, basic park, clean and friendly with a small but nice clubhouse. It is set well back from the road so it is pretty quiet. The interior roads are good/poor gravel. The sites are large with concrete patios, table(s) and some grass. Also large trees. There is a basic cable TV. The wifi has some slowdown issues in the afternoons. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was acceptable as far as cleanliness. They did seem to have a lack of things to do at the time we were there. No pool or store for quick purchases of basic needs. We were only there for 2 days so we can only speak about the facilities that we saw while there. It is a Passport America location, so we were only passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America Rate. Nice clean park with lots of shade. The area had just received considerable rain but the park was not muddy and no standing water. Very friendly staff. Would definitely stay here again or for a longer period of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, knowledgable of this area and all around great staff. Wide open sites and roads. Treed sites. Definitely will stay here again. Adult park , no children in sight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stay at this park every year when traveling through Las Cruces. The park is a former mobile home park so the sites are very large and very well shaded. The owners are very friendly and extremely helpful. One time we needed to move a bookcase from a storage unit and the owner helped us move it and transported it with his truck. If you are a SKP, there is a 50% discount for the first 2 nights. I highly recommend Sunny Acres. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good for a short stay. This area of town is a little run down, but it's a short drive to Wal-Mart. Although they don't mention it either in writing or verbally, there are no refunds if you pay for a week when you decide after two days to leave. Four washers are sometimes not enough, and two of them are on their last legs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with large shady sites. It is in an older (semi-industrial) part of town, but the park itself is lovely. Everything is very clean and well maintained, and the owner is very friendly and helpful with local information. They also have a storage yard out front where we left our coach over the winter; we felt it was very safe there. I would definitely stay there again if I was in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of our parks that we stop at every time we come through Las Cruces. The only thing that we would like to see is paved streets but with high price of oil don't plan on seeing that the next time through .. Sure wish that a lot of our R.V. buddies would drive the 5 mph in this park as the owners ask . Will come back the next time we come to Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the third time we have stayed at Sunny Acres starting in 2002 and each time it gets better and better. Big beautiful sites; plenty of space between sites; well treed; well maintained; in-town and readily accessible to all desired amenities. It’s obvious the owners care about their park and their customers and that they are RV’ers. Bathrooms (showers) are to die for. Complete bathrooms with lots of room and total privacy; nice little laundry; and a comfortable meeting room with an outside patio. What more could you ask for? We are Escapees and had a 50% discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If not careful could miss entrance to campground. Limited space to park and register. Owners friendly and efficient. Flat full-hook ups tightly spaced back-ins for transients with no real area to sit out. Extended stays had grass areas and wide sites which were better. Mobile home type clubhouse with limited facilities. Not dog friendly. Low rate because of Escapees 50% reduction on two nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a bit hard to find but worth the effort. It is in town just south of Picacho on Valley, so there are sirens and city noises. The paved access road makes a tough southbound turn off of Valley and needs repair. The very wide interior gravel roads were in good condition. We had a deep, back-in, shaded, graveled site on the north side. Hookups were conveniently placed, and we had a small picnic table at our site. Front desk folks were certainly friendly. We will stay here again when we are in Las Cruces. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet park. Some permanent residents but all the units where neat, clean and quiet. Big pull through sites and wide: fits a large class A. Sites very level, access roads to sites are very wide. We stayed here one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean park. Free wifi and free robust cable TV. Nice, easy navigable, wide roads. Level sites! Easy hookups. A little pricey, but well worth it. The owner is very friendly and accommodating. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a hidden gem, with lots of trees and grass separating the sites and incredibly wide streets that make it a snap to back in, although they have pull thrus as well. They are located near Wal-Mart and close enough to I-10, but far enough away to reduce highway noise. We did hear a lot of sirens, so we think we were close to a fire station, and we also heard a lot of trains, but we have come to expect this at the majority of RV parks. They have free cable TV and Wi-Fi, which worked well even though they warned us it might get a little slow after school let out from the kids jumping on the internet! They have a nice laundry and clean restrooms. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here one week. Very clean, shade trees most spaces. Have to watch closely for sign as it is easy to miss, and a half block off main drag. Will stay again on the way back in spring. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice, shady, clean park near downtown. Most spaces are large with shade trees and grass. We were given a site on gravel with no grass or trees which was fine for an overnight stop (Passport America rate of $15). Our site was wide and very level. The other sites in the park are much nicer. The rest rooms are exceptionally nice. There is a club house and a book exchange. Both cable TV and WiFi worked very well. Noise from traffic and trains was very minimal. Convenient to stores and restaurants. Although it is off the Interstate, it is easy to find. This would be a nice park for a longer stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Note that the nightly rate is based on the monthly charge. We stayed at Sunny Acres for a number of months while I finished a work assignment. This is a very nice park where the owners and staff go out of their way to be helpful. The grounds are kept up nicely, and the bathrooms and showers are immaculate. There is REAL cable TV with 30 or 40 channels, and we've had no problems with the WiFi. The park itself is set back off Valley Drive, so road noise is not a problem. The sites themselves are very large, and most have a concrete pad and grassy area separating one from the next. As you can tell, we really enjoyed our stay here, and we plan on staying at this park whenever we visit the Las Cruces area in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, clean small park in good location for an overnight stay. Large interior roads made getting in and out of the back-in sites a breeze. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Good hook-ups and the cable actually worked well. Good signal on our Verizon cell phone and and we even had EV-DO on our air card. We came in under Passport America which made this a real value. I would have rated this place higher except for the lack of amenities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park with friendly staff. Walmart, market, gas and restaurants nearby. There is an ambulance base nearby, so there's sirens once in a while, but they come and go quickly. The train goes by somewhere, maybe once or twice after dark. Lots of space between sites, with trees and grass between. Verizon wireless cellular at full signal. We used this park as a base to visit El Paso, as well as Las Cruces and Mesilla. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park, clean and staff here were very friendly and helpful. This is located in the city with all the noise of sirens, cars and train whistles. Cell / Aircard reception was very good. If you don't mind the noise then you will like this park. Water pressure was ok, no problem with electric. There's a book exchange here along with laundry facilities. They also accept Passport America here for a 2 day stay. Don't think we would stay here again unless it was in a pinch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here two weeks on our way east. We loved the park and staff. True, the speed limit is strictly enforced, however, A. it's his park, he gets to make the rules & B. if your site is along the entry road as ours was, you don't appreciate the dust from speeding vehicles. I don't like speeders in my neighborhood whether I am in an RV or a stick house in a residential area. We branched out to Carlsbad Caverns and Alamagordo from here and had a great time. There are plenty of restaurants and shopping very close. The only thing that would have been nice was a table at our site. Many had them, but not ours. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park continues to improve with each passing year. Nice shade trees, wonderfully wide access road, beautifully maintained. If the neighborhood was better, we would rate it higher - and of course they can't do anything about that! We appreciate the Passport America rate as we usually are passing through Las Cruces for only a night or two. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America Park and well worth the price. It is nice and clean. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The wifi is free and works great. We did have trouble finding the park as the sign is rather small with yellow lettering on a small orange sign. We both needed haircuts and the owner recommended her beautician who only charged $7 and did an excellent job! Only a couple miles from Wal-Mart. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little place that we found accidentally on our way to Texas in December '06, and stopped at again on our way home in January to avoid some nasty weather. The people there couldn't be nicer or more helpful. Sites are large and level, and the roads throughout the park are very wide and accommodating for big rigs with tow vehicles. They have a nice clubhouse with a covered patio. They're in town, but a block back from a main drag so we didn't experience any noise problems. I'd give it a 10 if it had a pool, but we weren't looking for a pool in 30 degree weather, anyway! We'll definitely be stopping in here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stop at this great RV park every time we come through Las Cruces, I have never rated a park with a 10 rating but this park is getting to be very close in all ways, and as a full timer have seen some that have been rated a 10 and none where as nice as this Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park that with your Passport America discount is a real bargain. Free Wifi, "Real" cable TV (all channels), full hookups, about the only thing missing were tables in the lettered rows of pull throughs were we stayed. The roads are very wide and access is easy. There is grass between the sites and the staff person I dealt with was friendly. I will stay here again when I want to visit White Sands. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is close to the I-10 (1-2 miles). Watch carefully for the big yellow sign at the entrance. Friendly reception. The interior roads are wide packed gravel. Pull-thrus are at the back and are long and narrow. The back-in sites appear to be long and wide. There are very clean private toilets & showers with disposable paper mats provided. The laundry facilities are small and clean. Passport America rate is $15. We paid an additional $2.50 for a pull-thru. It is a clean park, nicely treed with grass at all sites. It is a good touring base and is located right inside town, within walking distance to shops etc. We found it quiet enough for sleeping and would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As Fulltimers, this is one of the nicest parks we stay at during the year. Not sure why the negative reviews. We have found the park to be wonderful each time we have come. Sites are shaded and yes, the owners do water their grass and it shows, it's nice and green. The other parks in town are all gravel. The restrooms are spotless and the week that we were here there was never a problem getting in the restrooms. There's nice clubhouse with a large covered porch with tables and chairs. The owners are just wonderful people and will do anything to make your stay a great one. Sites are large with nice concrete patios and nice table. I do not feel it's a bad part of town. We never felt that it wasn't safe at all. We plan on coming back here year after year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great place with large tree,s and grass I have never had to wait for a bathroom even when the park is full or when 2 are shut down, if any one know,s where there is a cleaner and nicer RV park in Southern New Mexico let us know and the owners will do anything to make your stay great, will be back next time in the area, We are full timers and you will not find many parks any better have paid over $40.00 a nite for a lot less. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sunny Acres has free internet service that never works, bathrooms that are locked to RVers, hoses strewn all over the park and never coiled up, sprinklers that go off any time day or night not only soaking your patio furniture but covering the motor home with water spots that need a chisel to get them off and owners who run around with a bull horn screaming at people to drive 5 miles an hour. Although it is a pretty park, it is too stressful to stay there. We will not be returning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is the best park we have stayed in! Wonderful shade trees and grass! Great staff, and pets are welcome. We will always stay here when we are in Cruces. I can't say enough good things about this park!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here because of the Passport America rates only. Would not stay here again, the roads are gravel, and this is an old mobile home park. The park is in the old (unsafe?) part of town. Owners very friendly but they need to update the park and offer some perks to catch the snow-birds. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 3 / 10 ]
I agree with a previous reviewer that this place is a bit overrated. It was ok for an overnighter but the given description of being in a grungy part of town with mediocre facilities and dusty streets is right on the money. I would stay here again only if some of the other nearby facilities were already full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has been grossly over-rated even though the owners are making a valiant effort at creating a silk purse from a sow's ear. Largely a do-it-yourself effort and it shows. It remains a mobile home park with dusty roads, mediocre facilities and a location in a rather grungy part of town on an old commercial strip. Modestly redeemed by the wonderful smell of roasting peppers at an adjacent processing plant (an indication of the neighborhood). Might be worth an overnight stay if the better parks are full. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in Sunny Acres for 1 year while building our home in Las Cruces. We found it to be the nicest park in the city. The sites are grassy, with trees and it is away from the interstate, quiet, which is a big plus. The 5 private restrooms are spotless, and the clubhouse is quite adequate for the get togethers that the owners and managers plan frequently. The management is constantly working on the park, updating, repairing and making it a nice place to stay. While the area is commercial, it is very handy to a wonderful Mexican grocery store, just a block away, and several great Mexican restaurants, such as Nelly's, a Las Cruces Treasure. WalMart is just down the road a mile or so, and downtown is within walking distance where they have a great Wednesday/Saturday market. We were full timers and found this to be one of the nicest parks that we have stayed in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
I guess opinions of campgrounds are as subjective as anything else, because I just love this park. It has nice amenities, is relatively quiet, and is run by outstandingly friendly and helpful people. The individual bathrooms are very clean, and the club house is a great place to meet and get to know your neighbors. As a younger full-timing couple, we felt very welcome here. Yes, it is located in the more commercial part of town and has gravel roads, but it's an easy walk to the downtown area and park management does wet and grade the roads. The free WiFi can be a bit unreliable at times, but is usable in most situations. The park has mature trees and plantings, which is rare anywhere in the southwest. It's a great place to stay while exploring the charms of Las Cruces. We will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sunny Acres has four bathroom/showers for the RVers. Which isn't nearly enough when the park is full. Sometime in May, they lock two of the four bathrooms. When questioned about that the owners told me they didn't want to clean the other two. Wow! Aren't these bathrooms for the people in the park? Not only do they close off two of the already not enough bathrooms, they have a handicap bathroom that is kept locked at all times. Same answer. They don't want anyone to use it so they don't have to clean it. We will not be going back to Sunny Acres since we use the park bathrooms. My advice to anyone going to Sunny Acres, if you are planning to use the park bathrooms or showers at any given time, be prepared to wait, sometimes for a very long time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
We have been coming to this RV Park for the past 4 years and will keep coming back. After checking all other parks in Las Cruces this one is the best hands down. The owners will do every thing posible to make your stay the best if you stay a night or a week we are all ways welcome, and love the shade trees and grass. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park presently has 58 spaces with 20 additional spaces scheduled to be ready for occupancy by October of this year. All spaces are of good width, gravel based and well shaded. There is much grass and many trees in this park. The owners are very pleasnt and attentive individuals. The variety of home locales represented by campers at this park presents campers a chance to meet and make new friends of interesting background. You will not regret your stay at this park. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This park is just great. The sites are large grassed sites, wonderfully maintained. The owners could not be more accommodating. They really care about their park and it shows. We looked at all the other parks in Las Cruces while here and there's no comparison. We'll definitely be back on our next visit here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very wide, level gravel sites, many separated with grass & trees. Very clean facilities. Close to town without the freeway noise other RV parks suffer from. Don't let the unattractive entrance put you off. Nice grass section to walk pets. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Two years ago (2002), when we stayed at Sunny Acres RV Park in Las Cruces NM, the owners were in the throws of converting it from a Mobile Home Park to an RV Park. Did they have plans!! We missed last year but came back again this year and what a very pleasant surprise. The whole place has taken on a vibrant new life. The first thing that strikes you is the neat, well-kept grounds. Good sized, well planned sites that make parking your rig easy and give you plenty of space between you and your neighbour. There is lots of grass, foliage and mature trees throughout the whole park. The planned club house has been completed with five impeccable private three piece rest rooms (shower, sink and toilet), one of them being for the handicapped, a new well functioning laundry and a large meeting room with internet access. It is so nice to find a RV Park where the owners are so committed to making sure that visitors are comfortable and feel at home. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Excellent Park. Very conveniently located to: Bus Stop, Grocery Store, Restaurants, Gas Stations, Super Wal-Mart and much more. Park is in excellent shape. Owners are ever so friendly and always ready to do their best to make your stay the most enjoyable. This park is in excellent condition and without a doubt has all the comforts that a camper needs. I would not hesitate to recommend this park to anyone. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Best of the 4 campgrounds we have tried in Las Cruces for an escape from desert heat with
a view of the Organ Mountains. Also known as Sunny Acres RV Park. Owners converting mobile home park to RV sites, with resulting wide spaces, 40x60. Some
perimeter spaces slightly narrower. Grassy sites with mostly mature shade trees, wide roads, serene and peaceful. Spotless new private restrooms with showers, new laundry, clubhouse with kitchen leading to long covered porch overlooking rose garden and pecan trees. Camped here in October 2003. Reserve ahead for winter months. This is a repeater. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Before camping at Sunny Acres we looked at all the other RV Parks in Las Cruces. Sunny Acres is the best. It has many shade/fruit trees, nice green grass instead of gravel and the roads are wide and the spaces are so large. The owners are very kind and very helpful. I would recommend this park to anyone who wants a beautiful stay in Las Cruces. The showers are nice and clean, it has a laundromat and a clubhouse and a large yard for those who want to invite friends for a get together. The park is adults only so if you are looking for peace and quiet, you'll will find it at Sunny Acres. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.