This was a good, basic RV park. All amenities were available, but were very basic. It looks like an old drive-in movie theater parking lot. But, we did get our laundry done. The staff was very friendly and accommodating.
This was a basic RV park. Some of our group rented a cabin which was nice and basic, but the hot water only held out for a very short period of time. The hookups were available, but were not lined up well for our RV. The park was nice and quiet, but then it was March. A washer and dryer were available – in the woman’s bathroom. We would probably stay here again, but it was not on the top of our list.
This was a good RV park. The “water front” sites would not have been water front as the lake is WAY down. The sites were clean and basic, and the bathroom and shower were extremely clean. A good way to start our vacation and our RV’ing experience.
This was not our favorite campground as it is very basic and very full of permanent residents. That being said, the owners were very helpful, the permanent residents appeared to be kind, and it was a great starting point for the Aztec Ruins park just down the road about 1 mile.
This was a basic RV campground that met our needs. The best part was its CLOSE proximity to the Grand Canyons south rim. As was stated in a prior review – it is the only in park RV park, so compromises must be made. There is nothing like seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time, after a ½ to 1 mile walk, from your RV. And during sunrise too!! However it was just a blacktop lot with hook-ups. If there were showers, we never found them. The staff was very friendly and accommodating, and assisted with all questions that we asked.
This was a really neat, but very basic campground. It is in the heart of the Canyon de Chelly area, and has wonderful short trails that can be taken without a guide. There are hogans available, and if you want a more “authentic” stay, these are the cats meow. 4 of our party did so and felt this was the best campground that we stayed in all week. But, those of us in the RV used our own shower and bathroom as the “facilities” were extremely basic. There was water and dump available, but we waited until our next night out. The campground host is wonderful and very accommodating. If you realize going to this site, that it is basic, and very red dirt, you will LOVE it!!
Although this park had an amazing view, that was the only redeeming grace that we could find. Please be aware - the campground and the reset of the Gouldings facilities are completely separate. We did make a reservation ahead of time, yet received basically no services. We did not realize that you had to ask ahead of time to get the password for the wireless internet. We called the main number, which is the check in for the hotel, and were told they could not give us any answers as they are completely separate. If you arrive late, you do not get to use the bathroom because there is a password to get in. To get to the shower and the laundry, you must go through the store, which during off season - closes early. Yes, there were hookups, so we were not completely out in the cold; however, we were quite dissatisfied by the services provided here. When I went to the front desk in the morning with our concerns, we were told that things were the way they were and there was no flexibility at all.
This was an excellent place to stay prior to our visit to Mesa Verde. The owners are kind and caring and assure that all services needed were provided to their guests. We had a RV and used one of the cabins for the "extra" people in our party. The cabin was small but clean, and was exactly what we needed. The views were tremendous, and this was our favorite campground during our 2 week stay in the southwest.