Very nice park to stay while visiting the North Alabama area. The friendly owners treat you like 'family'. Great water pressure with freeze-proof faucets. The park is surrounded by farmland with horses, mules, sheep and goats. Dottie, the official greeter dog, comes by to visit on her daily rounds and is a real sweetheart.
Although we never saw it in the daylight, I am sure this park is very nice. However the staff is wonderful and went out of their way to help us. Being dead-tired and hours behind schedule due to interstate closures, we stopped about 9:30pm and found a Full sign at the entrance. After pulling over to the side of the highway near the entrance, we called all the other parks in the area and found them also full due to Spring Break. While we were deciding what to do, two ladies tapped on my window. It was the Manager and the Assistant Manager of this KOA park. They had walked about 75 yards from the office out to the highway to try and help us. They said they did have one small site with full hookups still available, but it was very hard to get into. They said we could have it if we could get our 30ft Class C into it. It took about 10 minutes of careful maneuvering, but I managed to get the coach in. WiFi worked fine. We left before sunup and didn't use any other facilities. This was great service.
Nice park in downtown Alamogordo right off the main street. WalMart is nearby. Nice concrete patio area with a grill. Also had a nice laundry room. Some sites do not have cable TV connections. Staff was friendly. Propane and dump site were available.
A very nice park with friendly staff. They went out of their way to tell us about local attractions. We were guided to our site by a staff member on a golf cart. Camp store/gift shop was very nice. Great BBQ dinners are available delivered right to your coach! Rabbits, quail and road runners abound throughout the sites.
This was a beautiful park in a desolate kind of way. Great scenery! Coming from the east on US90 the sign for the park is missing. If you come to the big bridge crossing the Pecos River, you went too far. Turn around and you will see the sign coming from the west. The staff was friendly and helpful. There are two sewer dump sites near the restroom/showers. No cell phone service of any kind.