The sites were very level and very large. All roads and sites were paved and in good shape. The resort also has several nice cabins. The pool and hot tub were well maintained and very clean. They had nature trails and a very large pond with paddle boats. This resort was nice. However, if cable is important, or if you need cell phone service you may be out of luck. The internet service "at the site" was horrible if not non-existent. The staff said that we could get wi-fi at the office, but we didn't test that option. We had trouble with our satellite service and had to call the provider. Our cell phones were useless. The resort is about three miles off Route 9. The roads into the park are fairly narrow. Gas and diesel are available within three miles, and restaurants are only a few miles away. Overall the resort was nice, but we thought over priced. Myrtle Beach RV parks with far more amenities are available for much less.
We've been staying here for years. The park has progressively allowed more and more violations of policies. We had multiple incidents with unleashed dogs. The guards disregarded this problem. We had our dogs with us and kept them on leashes. Management prohibits multiple RV's from camping on the same site. This was permitted on our visit. Fires were not uncommon on campsites although they were not supposed to be permitted. All of us have propane tanks. This is a relatively nice park. It is disappointing that a few people can ruin stays for us all.
The park is just off I-40 just pass a Pilot or Loves truck stop convenient for fuel. We've stayed here since its inception as one of the Diamonds of I-40. The park has paved roads, extremely level concrete pads, and excellent utilities including good variety cable. The Wi-Fi was no better than weak anywhere and generally lousy unless you walk or drive to the office to use the main antenna where it's acceptable. The showers and bathrooms are scattered throughout the park, are clean, and serve a triple purpose of tornado shelter and laundry. There is a restaurant in the office which has good ribs and other food in season and some fast foods out of season.
We've stayed here many years. We prefer this park to the others in the area based upon price and helpfulness. Park is owned by very nice helpful people. It has paved roads and gravel pull throughs. Note, there is no cable but air reception is super good and clear line of site for satellite receivers. It can be a little difficult to level out since many sites are a bit slanted to the left. Wi-Fi is not free. The lack of of amenities is more than made up for by the super good price. The campground sits on a high hill probably five miles west of Albuquerque and runs about $125 a week plus electric. Most, if not all, campgrounds in Albuquerque can have strong winds.
We've stayed here for many years. It is directly off I-10 and near I-19. This park used to be Beaudry's RV Resort until one or two years ago. The park has paved roads and very level gravel pull-throughs (not at all dusty). There are two swimming pools, hot tub, exercise facility,laundry, restaurant, Camping World, RV sales, and RV repair facility on premises. The price was a bit high given that we were out of season. Wi-Fi was horrible, cable service could have had more channels. Although it was a very nice campground with many amenities, the terrible Wi-Fi and lack of cable options should be improved for the price paid. It has the potential to one of the nicest RV parks in the west.
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've stayed here several times. Of the four or more campgrounds in and around Carlsbad, this is the most acceptable. The park and facilities are clean. The sites are gravel but very level with good power and water. The park is well outside Carlsbad (about 15 miles or so) and twice that far or more to the Carlsbad Caverns. The price is high for what we got. The wi-fi was marginal, and we lost connection frequently. For 45 dollars per night we expect more variety and selections on the cable. But, in past years, we have stayed at two of the other campgrounds, and they are not competition for this KOA. Keep in mind this area and many others in New Mexico are subjected to very high winds and epic dust storms which can ruin your campsite and awnings.