This is a great spot to stop over. The park staff are wonderful, the facilities top notch, the showers had awesome pressure and were spotless. We stayed two nights and would of stayed a third if not for a storm coming in. There is a lovely breakfast offered to guests and we recommend getting over there in the mornings as you meet other travelers and have a nice coffee at the same time. Transport in to the city if you don't have a car can be tricky, but we unhooked our 32'' and had no problems seeing the sites. The park is close to Camping World and, while they have propane, it is very easy to go to a propane dealer and refill across the highway for a lot less. I highly recommend this park if you are heading to Albuquerque.
This was a nice place to stopover. The site was level and the surroundings were very nice. They had cable tv but it was not a simple plug in, in fact it was a unit you needed to connect differently, so we tried and couldn't understand it, so left it. The park is clean, the the staff were very nice and helpful. We would stay here again.
This park was a real treat, whilst we didn't use any facilities, and the sites were average, the location makes up for lack of services. We had a full hook up site that had ample space. The staff were nothing but friendly. Take the five minute stroll to the beach at sunset, it is amazing.
This is a very well organized and serviced RV park; facilities are very nice. The price reflect Sugar Bowl and NYE in New Orleans. The down side is it is away from the city and it would cost $20 in a cab to get anywhere. Would stay again as it was clean, staff friendly, great amenities and quite
This is a great little park; the staff are extra friendly and helpful. The facilities are very good; laundry is expensive compared to others but very efficient. The setting is very beautiful, with a little lake. Firewood is supplied. A must if travelling through.