This is a lovely park located away from the traffic and the crowds. We just happened to find it tucked away in the mountains of southern New Mexico while touring the area last year with our daughter. The park has nice long, level spaces with shade trees. Half the park has fenced "yards" that separate you from your neighbor. This half has 30 and 50 amp sites. The other half of the park is 30 amp only and the sites are slightly smaller. There is Wi-Fi but you have to pay extra for it - something we are finding more and more in parks everywhere. The park is clean and well maintained with friendly, helpful staff and owners. Many Texans "summer" here as it is peaceful, cool and quiet with lots of deer and other animals in or near the park late in the day. The folks staying in the park - including the summer folks - were very friendly. Downside is there are no major retail centers close by. There are two small food stores and a cafe in Mayhill. There is shopping in Cloudcroft but you will need to travel to Alamogordo or Artesia to find the bigger grocery stores or a Walmart. This was not an issue for us but a pleasant drive through the mountains for a weekly run to town to shop. Cell phones don't work without a truckers antenna in the park but our OnStar phone did work at the office and in Mayhill. We had a little signal on our Verizon phones in Mayhill but not much. Loved it! Stayed a month. Will go back again!
Beautiful park with lots of room between sites. Roads are paved but sites are gravel. Our site was nice a level. Beautiful views no matter which site you are in. Clubhouse has wonderful porch with picnic tables and rocking chairs so you can enjoy the scenery while you have your morning coffee or enjoy a meal with your family. Nice laundry room reasonably priced. Park is owned by a lady and she has added many feminine touches to the park that made it really special! Fresh baked cookies and coffee are available in the clubhouse everyday. Pet friendly park. We will definitely stay here again.
This is a shady park with lots of room between most of the sites. The sites and roads are all gravel and level for the most part. The laundry room has two washers and dryers that were reasonably priced. There is a very nice pool which we did not use but it is available. Don't know if campers are charged extra to use it or not. The owners live onsite and try very hard to make your stay pleasant. Owner is also a beautician, has a shop behind the office and gave me a great haircut. Pet friendly park. Many scenic drives and hiking trails nearby.
This is a relatively new park. Close enough to San Antonio to see the sights but far enough out to avoid the traffic. Super nice staff. They really try to make you feel at home. Nice big level pull-through sites. Best Wi-Fi of any park we have ever stayed in. Propane available on-site. Most of the park is paved. Free coffee, hot chocolate and tea available in the "barn". We will definitely come back.
This is an OK overnight or couple of days place to stay. The staff was very nice and helpful. The laundry center had plenty of washers and dryers. Many of the sites had covered patios. I think this may have been an older park because the spaces seemed small to me. At least, it was tight for us in a motorhome with 4 slides. The park is all gravel which contributes to the excessive heat they have there. Some grass would have been nice. The staff told me they were planning to upgrade the park.
This is a nice state park right on Elephant Butte Reservoir. The fees were very reasonable. There were pull throughs with 50 amp service. Many of the sites are not level and that was a problem for us since we were in a motorhome. Each site has a covered picnic table which was nice but made it difficult to turn and pull in. Once there, we enjoyed our visit. The ground is all sand so it's like being at the beach.
Loved this park! It was beautiful here with wonderful cool weather and spruce and pine filling the park with their aromas. We were in a premium site where we had plenty of room. However, I noticed that some of the sites were pretty close. If I were coming in a motorhome or big 5th wheel with slides, I would make sure I was going to be put in one of the larger spaces. Gorgeous area. I would stay here again.
This is a nice park with lots of big cottonwood trees. We didn't know anything about the park when we made our reservation, but if I were going there again, I would ask for a riverside site. They were large, lots of trees for the most part and of course, on the river. We were up near the office in a smaller space but it was OK. They have a water truck that keeps the dirt roads watered to keep the dust down. This is a busy park with lots of folks coming and going so the water truck was a plus. Friendly and helpful staff.
This is a new park that wasn't quite finished when we stayed there. The sites were really spacious, and all had full hookups with the 50 amp service we needed. Sites were level but the whole park is gravel - no grass. The bath house and laundry was under construction and were not open yet. The lady who runs the park was very nice and just as helpful as she could be. It is very near Glendo Lake.
We chose this park because it was not far from the West entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The added bonus to our choice was that it was a lovely park right on Lake Hebgen. We had a beautiful view of the lake and the mountains from our motorhome. There is a boat ramp, picnic areas and places to fish in the park. The staff was courteous and helpful. There is a restaurant on the property that we understand is very good. No wi-fi but they did have internet service in the office.
We only stayed here overnight but the park was well maintained with lots of level sites. It even had trees! It was a little tight because we have 4 slides but it was definitely the best park in that area of Texas. We didn't have a reservation and thought we would just stop somewhere. Well, there isn't many "somewhere's" in West Texas and we were very happy to find a place this nice to stay in. It was right off I-10 but we didn't really hear any highway noise. There was a restaurant on the property where we have a good breakfast for a reasonable price. We will definitely stop here again.
This is without doubt the nicest park in this part of Idaho. We found it on the internet and you never know what you might "really" find when you get there but this place was beautiful. Nice level sites with full hookups in the pull throughs. The bathrooms are immaculate as is the the laundry center. Delightful gift shop with lots of out of the ordinary items to select from. WiFi was a problem when we first got here but Hughes sent someone out to repair it. Works great now! Park is next to the Salmon River. Deer walk through the park in the evenings as eagles and falcons fly overhead. Riverside spaces do not have sewer due to government regulations but they are pull-ins so you are facing the river when you park. We could not open our awning because of the trees but that was the only down side to our stay. No cell phone service here but they have a phone in the office where you can make free calls. Friendly owners and staff made our stay very pleasant. We stayed here for a month.
This little jewel of a park located at the base of the Texas hill country has been a delight to visit. There are big oak trees, paved pull-throughs with FHU including 50 amps for big rigs like ours, free Wi-Fi and free cable for daily or weekly visitors - charge for monthly cable. Nearby huge HEB grocery and Home Depot. Park is neat as a pin, has a nice laundry room and very friendly staff. It is an older park with a number of friendly permanent tenants. We came in for 2 weeks but stayed for a month. Great rates for monthly visits too!
Wow! This is a great place to stay. Beautiful campground with all paved roads and sites, very nice facilities - two pools, activity center, woodworking center, fish cleaning area, etc. and great staff. If you love birds, you'll love this park. Birding areas are included inside the park with many sites right next to them. Activities are slowing down now that it is April but if you are here in the winter, you will never have a dull moment. You could wear yourself out going to everything. Folks here in the park are real nice and friendly too. The beach is just a short walk (or drive)away.
This park is very nice especially for families but the staff left me cold. We stayed there for a week with a number of other family members. At least one member of the staff was constantly patrolling "looking" for any infraction of their rules. We received a knock on our door at 9 p.m. one night and was told our parking sign was not hanging from the rear view mirror and we had to have it there. (It was lying on the dash.) The whole week went like that. The owner was just as bad. We saw him stop a couple in the street and chewed them out about their dog. I'm sure they will argue that they were enforcing the "rules" to protect the safety of everyone but we have never seen this before and we have been camping for years. The facilities are nice and the park is near the river but my family will not be going back.
This is a small but beautiful RV park. The owners have tried to make the park blend in with nature and they did a great job. It is outside of Dripping Springs where it is quiet and peaceful. A great place to rest and reflect! Wonderful hiking trail that goes by a flint mine used by Indians. Owners are the so friendly and eager to help you have a pleasant camping experience. Pet friendly! I highly recommend it!
This was the only park we found in Brenham. It wasn't bad for a few days but wouldn't be my choice for a longer stay. Rates were reasonable. Washers and dryers were working. Sites were fairly level but road and sites are dirt. Could improved on appearance of park by storing equipment out of site.