Park is basic, close enough to Roswell for seeing the sights. My site wasn't level, but was OK otherwise. Wi-Fi worked part of the time. Washer/dryer is free to use and there's a room available with recliners for TV use. My rate was Passport America and included tax. I would stay there again if I was in the area.
Very pretty area, hiking available. Lake with paddleboats and paddleboards available. Bathhouse available close by. My site was level! They have Wi-Fi here that works! The regular rate is $14 for water/electric hookups, sewer would be $4 more. I paid only $4 per night, since I paid for a non-resident camping permit for a year--$225. Worth getting if you will stay in New Mexico for a while. This is the second state park I've been in--other one was Brantley Lake and that was very nice also.
First time I stayed at a COE camp - very nice. I was backed up to a lake. Saw deer every day. Campsites are spacious. Neighbors are not too far away. There are shaded spots, but since I was near the lake, there weren't any trees. Although, the picnic benches all have roofs on them. One shower stall measured 6' x 10'! The other was smaller. Water/electric hookup only, but dump station available. 14 day stay only. I stayed a week because it was so nice. Boat ramp on site.
I stayed here for the first 3 days with Passport America, and the rate was less. After the 3 days, I went in to explain that I didn't feel well and wanted to extend, could they give me the same rate - no, but they would give me the Good Sam rate. Apparently, since I was PA, I was assigned a site in the full sun (charged extra since it was a pull-thru) for the full day, even though there were nicer, shaded sites available. The facilities were OK, except for the laundry - the dryers seemed to be a good deal until you found out that it took way too long to dry clothes since it was all low heat. Wouldn't stay here again, I'm sure there are more nice places in the area.
This park accepts Passport America, which is the rate I paid. This isn't a "destination" park, with pool, dog run, kid's playground, etc. I used this park as a home base for exploring the Lafayette area. It is on Route 90, and you'll get traffic noise, but it certainly didn't bother me. While I was there, the owner was having the laundry and bathroom building painted inside and out. He has been working on a solution to bring Wi-Fi to the park, but has had trouble coordinating with the cable provider. He was very accommodating, as I kept extending my stay. I would stay there again if I was in the area.