We were travelling thru and decided to stay three nights on weekdays. Activities here are limited to boating, fishing, swimming. The State Park is surrounded by private lands, houses, boat storage units. Being desert, there is lots of sand. This is a good family getaway for those into boating and fishing. 25 miles to Tucumcari and the old route 66 and a decent history museum - $5.00 entry for adults - discount for seniors and children. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice clean and quiet state park campground with large and long pull-through sites. Nice covered picnic tables. Restrooms/showers were clean. This is the desert so there is a lot of dirt when the wind kicks up. We enjoyed our stay and will stay again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this to be a very nice NM state park. Huge pull-through sites, both in terms of length and (most importantly) width. Easy in-and-out, nice rangers and staff, covered picnic table, clean restrooms and showers. We had a solid view of the lake, as do most sites. It is well off the highway with no train noise apparent. The trees are small, but this is SE New Mexico. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice state park with lake. Sites in first row in Yucca campground have good lake view. Only electric and water. Long pull-thrus with shelters around picnic tables. Dessert setting with some trees but no shade at sites. Shade at picnic area and playground. No Wi-Fi. Lots of sites available mid-week. Services available in Logan, NM. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only problem we had while here were power surges. The volt meter read 128-131, spiked to 135. We checked out the other campgrounds with electric and found they were all registering the same so we just ran off our solar panels and ran our generator since we didn't have any neighbors near us. The place was deserted. Water pressure was around 90 pounds so we dialed that down. All and all not a bad place, weather was wretched everywhere with a howling wind. We had lunch one afternoon at the Annex Bar & Grill in town and the owner (MO) was nice enough to let me use his WIFI so I could pay some bills. We stayed in Yucca Campground and would stay at the park again if traveling through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A somewhat remote with desert like surroundings. Looks like a party lake in the summer but quiet and peaceful this fall. Reported to be very windy at times. Upside: Lots of space, close to the lake, reasonable services at Logan NM a few miles away, efficient park staff, full hook ups when hosts are gone. Downside: tons of goat heads and mosquitoes, no cell phone, not much to see or do in the area, fishing not good, only stocked with walleye. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had the place to ourselves and got to camp (Logan Campground) in the host campsite which had a marvelous view of the lake and also had sewer besides water and electric. The cost of the site was $18 a night. We camped for four nights. Many of the sites had a covered picnic table. There were a variety of campgrounds to choose from. We were very near two boat launches. Most things were closed for the season as well as the restrooms. All of the sites were very clean, well spaced apart, and many had views of the lake. Some of the tent areas were near the water. We enjoyed the solitude and beauty of the lake. We were only about 2-3 miles from the town of Logan. I would imagine that during summer weekends, the place is hopping with people who enjoy water activities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.