This is a very scenic site and obviously very successful. However, Wi-Fi was totally inaccessible in some areas of the park. We moved to be closer to the office but it only worked about 25% of the time. Management got so tired of the many complaints that they were rude when you mentioned that Wi-Fi was down. There was no cell signal for AT&T or T-Mobile although Verizon people were able to make calls. Showers very clean. Good all you can eat breakfast served for $6.95.
A small park with very interesting layout. Instead of everyone in rows, each site has landscaping, gardens, stone walls and attractive setting. Some real thought into layout. Many long term people here but we were made to feel very welcome. Clubhouse stocked with magazines, DVDs etc. Silver City is a great area to visit. Don't miss Gila Cliff Dwellings Nat'l Monument. We'd definitely stay here again.
If you want remote, this is it. A fabulous place surrounded by national forest. Yes, the dirt road is an issue, but we had no problems in an old GMC towing a Jeep Wrangler. (We did drive them out separately). Real big rigs might find it a little tight, but certainly manageable. No cellphone, no Wi-Fi, just surrounded by nature. Owner very friendly and helpful and added a personal touch that you don't often see. No playgrounds, but great attractions in the area that make this a great family stopover. We visited ghost town of Mogollon and took the famous 'Catwalk" scenic trail. Both great things to do in the area. Several nice developed and very private hot springs pools available for an extra price.
A small park right off the highway, but very little traffic and noise. Managers on site and very friendly and helpful. Very clean. Easy access. Elk hunter's paradise. Many 5th-wheels seem to be parked semi-permanently with owners coming to stay during season. Only problem: Wi-Fi wants to charge 7 day minimum for $12. Doesn't make much sense if you rent space by the day.
I was very disappointed after reading other reviews. Yes, the owners were hard working and very helpful, but I feel the Park fell short. The pull through sites are in the center and are paved and gravel, but all of the other sites are on dirt and grass. It does rain occasionally in New Mexico and the place became muddy. The side sites only had 30 amp. The wireless signal was non-existent. We were told that if we went to the laundry (at the far end) we could get a signal. Verizon gave a good cell phone signal. The bathrooms and showers were clean but minimal. Next time in the area, I'll look for another place.
It is adequate for an overnight spot. It is on a stretch of road with many RV parks, so take your choice. The showers are OK, but despite claims of Wi-Fi, we couldn't get on line and we were parked close to office. The manager was of no help. He told us "he was an Apple guy". I think next time I'd try a different place.
Very pleasant owner/operator. She has obviously done considerable improvement over the last year or so. You are very close to the railroad and there must be 100 trains that come through each night. It's not too bad if you play a little old Hank Williams on your CD. It certainly didn't keep us awake, but we were very aware of them. An excellent place for an overnight stay. The wireless very good, but we couldn't get T-mobile signal.
Yes, the sites are a bit crowded, and there is some noise from Van Nuys airport, but what do you expect in such an urban location? The management was very friendly and efficient. The showers and facilities are more than adequate and very clean. Plenty of trees help a lot and location is very convenient for much of what Los Angeles has to offer. We stayed five nights and were offered a much cheaper weekly rate. Very pet friendly. Only real complaint was limited wireless coverage.