Nice quiet park on a hill overlooking the small town of Truth or Consequences, NM. Nice view. Within walking distances from grocery store and other local shops bath houses if you’re able to walk ¼ mile. Wal-Mart located two miles north. Free phone usage for 800 numbers and local calls. No Wi-Fi. The owner charges $20/month extra if you want to use her dirty showers. Laundry room with washers/dryers, but owner prefers you use the clothesline outside to keep her energy cost down (I preferred the dryers). Ownership/management/park host – not very customer oriented, rarely in office. The picture of the restrooms on the park's web site is not of their restrooms. Issue # 1: Sewer drain clogged, we called at night, but told him it would wait until morning. When we didn’t receive a call or visit, we called to inquire about it once more. Instead of hearing: “We’re sorry, we’ll be over to check it out,” the response we got was: “Nobody else is complaining but you.” When he did come over to fix the problem, he had no sense of urgency, showed up with an auger that didn’t work, and I caught him using my drinking water hose, with the end six inches down the sewer drain. Issue #2: As I was coming from the restroom one day, I was “greeted” by a woman asking me “Where do you belong?” I stated who I was and where my site was. She stated that she’d met my husband but not me. I smiled, shook her hand and said that I had talked to her when I made the reservations. I understood her desire to protect her property; however I was taken aback by her aggressive approach. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Some of the turns were tight enough to pull the break-away cable engaging the trailer brakes. Woodalls has internet checked, but there is no Wi-Fi. I could not make a call from my cell phone. We did not find the management very friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 6 / 10 ]
Stayed here a couple of nights. Great location with spectacular views of the city, with twinkly lights below. Really could be a nice place with a little work. Sites are flat and utilities work fine. Walking distance to downtown. Downside: there is one bathroom for women and one for men for all 70+ sites and they have no locks on the doors. The single toilet in each has a shower curtain around it instead of a door, so forget about privacy. Anyone interested in taking a shower must pass through the "toilet room" even if someone is using the toilet behind a shower curtain, to get into the shower stalls. Very awkward. Worst bathroom arrangement I have seen. Clubhouse was dated and uninviting. Very little traffic passed through while we were there. Just a few long-term RVs parked there. The lady at the front desk was unfriendly although another man who helped us to our site was great as was a handyman of some sort who worked there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have used this place for overnights several times in the past and given a higher rating. Downside is that they say they have WiFi and they do not really have it; MAYBE down in the office. And the TV hookup did not work on the upper level which is where you are generally sent (we just wanted to see the news). OK for overnight in any case if you can live with this. We don't use the restrooms; what has been said about them is true. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very basic place but looks better than the ones shoe-horned on the main drag through town. This is up a hill, with a pretty view and quiet. Sites seem big enough and cable TV is welcome though doesn't always work well at every site. No Wi-Fi but Verizon air card works. Only real complaint is the outdated bathroom with a shower curtain over the single toilet. Fine for overnights, would never spend a cold,windy winter here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lovely park great view of the city and lights. Site was clean and neat. All connects worked good. Staff very friendly and showed us to our site. Cash or check only. Little hard to find at first but glad we did. No internet. We would stay here again for a lot longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older facility with the basics only - no WiFi, small, older restrooms, etc. Upper level FHU pull-through sites are large and level. We use it for overnight only - see no reason to stay there any longer. Take cash or check only. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Even though we called ahead and were on time, the owner was curt and generally unpleasant, banging on our door at 11:00 AM to see if we were staying another night. The park is overpriced, isolated and not an easy walk to anywhere, we would not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, older park, fine for overnights or short stays. Can't see spending a whole RV winter in windy, cold central NM, but people do. Loved the cable TV here, owner is very helpful and friendly, and there was a nice fresh vegetable stand in the Alco parking lot downhill. We'll stop here whenever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This seems to the best of the parks in town. Typical of SW gravel/dirt parking spaces and roads. There is a view from the terraced park levels overlooking the town. That said, most sites are either backed up to or looking out the front window to dirt cliffs. The staff is helpful, the buildings well kept and the sites wide for slides. There is zero buffer between sites but there is a small concrete pad and picnic table at each site. For an overnight, it's an OK place with good electric, water and 60 channel cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a couple of nights on our way to Texas last winter. Called to make sure that it was within walking distance to town and restaurants. When we got here we discovered that it was way up a hill that was very steep for walking, especially for older persons. The person who checked us in, said that the closest restaurant was at the bottom of the hill, a carry-out burger joint. Any real restaurant was 4-5 blocks beyond the hill. No comment from her when I said that walking distance was not this far or difficult. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice, well kept park. Very close and within walking distance to downtown T or C and within reach of the Hot Springs bath type and massage facilities which is an industry in this small town. This park is also within walking distance of the grocery store, downtown cafes and artist studios and stores etc. The people running this place are friendly and helpful,. It would be nice if it had a few more trees, but the facility is definitely well kept and well worth the money. T or C has the most amount of older vintage motorhomes of any place I have ever been. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall a nice older park with good views. Clean, neat and a friendly manager. Being in the Southwest, stickers are inevitable but there seems to be little or no effort to contain them. You cannot walk your dog in any grassy areas without them getting stickers. No WiFi is my only other complaint. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Best Park in town, worst management/owner. Charged extra to use showers and then fought to keep the heat off in the bathroom/showers. We had two heated discussions with her about this. Also another one when she allowed the next door unit to hang over our space, preventing us from driving through. We left after a month, though we planned to stay another month. Numerous other long term users did the same and more said they would not return. Needs new owner or manager. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only did an overnight here. I agree with the other latest reviews, large sites, well kept, older park. The lady in the office was very nice. Nice view of Truth or Consequences, which is an arty little town, with lots of murals around. Anyway, I only gave it a 6 because of all the burrs. Walking the dog was a nightmare. Even in the dirt she picked them up, and they are vicious stickers. If your dog is like mine, and won't pee in the dirt, don't stay here. I have no idea if the other parks in town have the same burr issues. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this park to be both quiet and friendly, as well as reasonably priced. It is probably the nicest park in Truth or Consequences, with an excellent view of the town. The owner works very hard to make sure that her guests concerns are addressed promptly. We would stay again. The "goatheads" are very unpleasant, and this would be the only reason to post a negative comment. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably the nicest park in town, which isn't saying a whole lot, the others are mostly small parking lots. This one has 3 levels, though facilities are only on first one. Very convenient to town. Super nice, friendly owner. Discount rate is $29.95 daily but they have a good monthly rate and are popular with snowbirds. Long cable tv list. Just one toilet and 2 showers for whole park, but people seem to use their own rigs here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well located off the main street in town. Nice management. Only thing we hated were the goat heads everywhere making walking the dogs horrible. These stickers are strong enough to go right through our shoes. Otherwise, a nice place for an overnight. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I had called about reserving a site about a week ahead of our arrival. When we arrived the manager was not available so the person behind the desk directed us to the top level of three levels "where the big rigs park" she said and indicated we could select any site we wanted to park in. We went up a short hill and there were about 10 slightly slanted sites and we picked the one we wanted. About two hours later the manager came by the for nightly fee for the three rigs parked near us. Pretty laid-back. On the phone, the manager had said that we would like the big spacious sites after dark when the city lights came on and she was correct. It was beautiful. The showers were small but serviceable and clean. There were trees on the two lower levels but none on the third level. The roads were mostly paved and the sites gravel so I had to wipe my puppy's feet each time we came back into the rig. Frankly, we were not impressed when we arrived but it sure grew on us as dusk arrived. It was a great pull-through for a one-night stand. If we had wanted to, we could have walked into town for Mexican food and groceries. We would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here twice before and we paid $15 and $24, this time we found them in Camp Club book and when we got there were told that they no longer take Camp Club. Their own website says the price is $24 tax inl. but we were charged $30. This is not the same owner we dealt with in the past, so maybe she is new. We were not happy at all with the price, and for that reason will not go back. The park is otherwise a good one. From now on we are calling first wherever we go. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were on the top level which has a nice view but very bare. The level below us did have trees which would have been nice since it was quite warm that evening. They only take checks or cash. The staff was nice. We only stayed one night, it was a good overnight spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is Truth or Consequences prettiest park. Set on three levels, it has a great view. The park is well maintained, with a specious activity area. Laundry area is small but clean. Park owner is not always available but has "helpers" who are good substitutes. We stayed here twice up to three weeks in a a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a clean well maintained park. The sites are on three levels carved out of the hill side. Streets are paved/gravel. Sites are gravel and level. There are some tight turns for big rigs. They gave us the Escapees discount, but then added on a charge for electricity. Don't think I saved anything, may have even paid extra with the discount. When asking this park for a quote, make sure you get the total amount including tax and electricity. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very clean, nicely maintained campground. It is quiet and easily accessed from Highway 25. The staff is very friendly and helpful. It is within walking distance of downtown T or C. If they had a pool and camp store we would rate them a 9+. You would be hard pressed to find a nicer small-town campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park and very friendly management. Parks you then helps with hooking up. Good place for fish in town, Pacific Grill, recommended by management and was terrific and inexpensive. We camped here in a Motorhome.
You are in New Mexico folks so the Campground is not pristine nor green. But, it is clean and well cared for and the owners/management are absolutely stellar. WiFi worked fantastically and we were here for three nights. Site was good. Services, water, sewer and electricity, all performed perfectly. We didn't use the washrooms or laundry. Very windy days so we didn't get out and about much but this Campground is close to Elephant Butte State Park and Dam and lots to see and do in the area. IF you like fishing this is the place to be. I would highly recommend campers to stay here if you are looking for well cared for facilities, but not a Resort. Price reflects membership in Passport America and we thank the people at this Campground for being members of Passport America. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is clean and management is wonderful. Maintenance is done by the owner and one of the mangers. They both do a good job I think. On May 1st, there were only 5 permanent residents. Most others were vacation RVs that are parked here permanently. It's pet friendly for well behaved pets. This park is about about mile and half from the boat ramp. Has some big rig lots. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Don't waste time or money coming here. $14 a night PPA, with $3 day upgrade to 50amp. Good: the management was very nice. Bad: the site we got was large stones on the door side, and did not make for comfortable walking. Easy to turn an ankle. The other three sides had some sort of stickers that stuck to the bottom on your shoes and pantlegs and came in the motorhome with us. Everytime the dog went out, she got at least one in her paw. Very painful! No shade, and beside the main drag for all the residents. Posted speed is 5mph, residents did about 40mph, which made for dust constantly. Do not waste $2 a day for Wi-Fi. It is totally useless. It takes hours just to get my e-mail to load. Do not see how they are justified in charging for it. And I was right next to the office. When we arrived, there were beer cans hanging in the small pine tree near our site. They blew out to join all the other soda and beer cans on the ground. Mostly permanent residents, and their dogs are allowed to do their business without being picked up. No dog run or designated area. The lake is a drive from the grounds, not a walk. And finally, I was not impressed with the dead carcass adorning the site next to us. I will not be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America Park and they adrertise they can handle any size RV. The site we were assigned required us to drive through another site in order to get to our site. We had to dodge two trees on the way into the site. In order to leave the site we'll have to "back out" since there are 2 trees right at the front of the site and it's impossible to get out without hitting them. This park might be alright to spend the night but I would not recommend it for much longer. We spent 2 night with a 40 foot motor home and car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has many long term guests and was 85% full when we stopped at 1PM. The restroom/showers rate a 10 but are not convenient for overnight on the upper level. Wi-Fi was a bit slow during the evening but adequate. Excellent cable. Easy access from I-25. Friendly staff. Another nearby park is listed under Williamsburg, NM. $24 Rate is with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is very well maintained and the staff is very helpful and friendly. It is a flat stone covered lot without shade, but this is New Mexico. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Level, clean and well kept. Helpful staff. I was in the activity room which adjoins the laundry and was invited to join in "Mexican Train," that's how friendly the place was. Only one bathroom for each gender but it's spacious and clean. The wifi was really good. GPS wanted to take us round a non-existent block to approach from the other direction, but you can just turn left into it, the highway isn't divided there, only when you exit, so look for big yellow sign at entrance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean restrooms & showers and good laundry facilities enhance this basic gravel lot campground. We were welcomed, checked-in, and escorted to our spot by an extremely friendly, helpful employee. Very good value for the price, which reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a good overnight stop. The manager and all the people in the park were super friendly. I called right before showing up, around 8pm, not thinking anybody would answer, but someone did and he waited until I showed up when he knew I was on the way and was unsure how to get there. There was no password for the Wi-Fi, but unfortunately I couldn't connect for some reason. I think the signal was too weak. We went to the Riverbend Hot Springs nearby, right down the street, and it was wonderful. The hots springs have a beautiful view of the mountains and stars, and you can choose from 3 private rooms or use the public hot springs. When I called a couple days in advance about reserving one of the RV spots there at Riverbend Hot Springs, they said they only had one available hook-up (this sounded like a permanent or semi-permanent situation) and it was first-come, first served. When we got here I asked if we could just stay overnight in the RV parking lot without a hook-up (there is a small parking lot with several RV spaces across from the hot springs), they said that wasn't allowed. I think they would have called the owner to double-check, to see if I could pay a small fee to park here, but I didn't push it. There was also a fantastic restaurant (DELICIOUS!), called Bella Luca, just a few minutes from both the RV park and the hot springs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older campsite with several long-term residents. The site was clean and well kept and very, very quiet at night which was great after a long day travelling. The full through configuration was interesting to say the least, but we got our 63 feet in without a problem. We would over night here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a good overnight park. They haven't had rain here for almost a year, so its very dusty. The pull-thrus are easy-in, easy-out and the hookups are convenient. The personnel are very helpful. The water pressure is good. The sites are slightly off level, but not too bad. There is cell and satellite access. We'd stay here again if we were passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent choice if you are traveling in an over length rig. Very easy access from the freeway and a good turn lane into the park from Broadway. Manager leads you to your site. The park is very clean and noise free. Good dog walk. The utilities worked fine with good water pressure. We were in a 40' class A with a 20' trailer in tow. I would stay at this park again, for an overnight stay. Dusty due to gravel road and sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My rate was a $21.50 Good Sam rate plus too many taxes. Good spot for an over night stay as it is easy to get to from I-25. Basic southwest RV PK with gravel and stubby trees. Wi-Fi worked great which is why I choose this one. There is a nearby RV PK that wants $30 but doesn’t have Wi-Fi. Showers were limited in number but that is not uncommon for a park that probably 90% seasonal or long term. The shower, in an individual and lockable bathroom/toilet had the appropriate mats and stools. The shower head needed maintenance as it spewed water all over the place due to a poor fitting. Under the circumstances, very cold weather, I would stay here again but in the future would like to try the park that offers hot springs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical southwestern RV park with a little more shade than most. Nice level, good sizes sites. Very friendly and helpful management. Don't miss the hot springs in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Typical of southwest RV parks. Lots of rock landscaping with a few trees but we thought the sites were large and level with easily accessible utilities. Within very easy driving to great hot spring spas and good restaurants. Management is very nice and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice pictures and reviews led us to this RV Park. Our "pull thru" site was on the side entrance to the park and it literally was on the road. Literally. We could not put out the awning, let alone use our outside gear like a BBQ or chairs. We could not even put out an entry carpet to wipe feet on as it would have been run over. Worse yet, you could not open the front door without checking to see if a vehicle was coming. The only saving grace with the super nice camp host. The campground was all graveled, not one tree in site and designed very poorly. A Wal-Mart parking lot would have been better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Gentleman in the office is very helpful and nice. Escorted us to our site. Gave good information on places to see, things to do, and places to eat, maps of the area. Free Wi-Fi except signal was very weak at site 35 where we were located. Picnic table and concrete pad. Site pads are gravel. Good water pressure. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was the first time we stayed a night here and we have been coming to this area for a few years. We don’t know how we overlooked this wonderful place but we are glad we have found it. The RV spots could use some work and availability is kind of slim but the actual hot-springs, which is located across the street is absolutely amazing. Its decorated in a non pretentious way and the pools are immaculate! Staff was friendly and helpful and the GM seems to really take allot of pride in the business. After an hour soak we slept like rocks and the early morning soak was a fantastic way to start the day! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground is usually filled with work kampers but it is worth a call to see if there is any availability. $includes unlimited soaking in their outstanding, clean pools with beautiful views of Rio Grande River. Staff is outstanding and well trained in the spas. 12 rooms available also if no camping space available. Day use of spas avail without a stay and are well worth the stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This isn't a RV park and the 6 "campsites" are more like parking places with hookups and used by the workcampers, but not always taken. If you want one, you should call ahead to reserve a spot. Passport America members get the $20 rate for a site plus lots of soaking in the wonderful hot springs tubs overlooking the river. Wifi is free but wasn't working well from the site; best to go to office area. Manager and workcampers were very nice and helpful. The only bathroom was new, and very clean. This place is rather funky and a low-key, relaxing stopover. Will return for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
People will love or hate this place, which is highly unconventional. It's actually not an RV park. It's a hot springs with adjacent motel. There are 6 RV full hookups across the street, but they are for work-campers and are not generally available for drop-ins. We lucked into a rare vacancy and spent one night, but you should assume that most nights there are no vacancies. Your RV goes in a gravel parking lot that has neither frills nor amenities. Across the street is the spring, which has been channeled into a series of cement soaking tubs that sit on the bank of the Rio Grande (quite scenic). The funky place has seen better years, and it will appeal to former hippies who are happy with the odd and unusual (it appealed to us), but there's no luxury. Note that they offer a 50 percent Passport America discount, and people who stay there have unlimited use of most of the pools -- a real good deal. You could also park in the street and pay by the hour to soak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The most "Sanford & Son" park I have ever seen! There was no place to pull into as office location and RV spaces were not obvious, so we pulled over to side of street. Went looking for someone inside an open-air, ramshackle abode with handwritten "office" on open door. Office empgy. Encountered long-haired, unkempt young man feeding chickens who offered to help. He had a mean-looking pitbull-like dog following him, probably hoping for some chicken food. He pointed out the RV sites across the street and I was shocked; six uneven, dirt spots surrounded by wood poles and old aluminum roof sections separating them. Appeared filthy and unsafe. View was the rear of a graffitti-riddled warehouse. Took photos to send to Passport America, as we felt certain they had no idea about the condition of this park. Incredibly, they are still listed in the 2005 Directory. Don't even think about this! We camped here in a Motorhome.