206561 User submitted reviews online!!
04/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Many scenic sites. None with direct lake access but instead situated on bluff above lake. We camped off season and it was still busy but not too noisy. People are careless with trash especially near marina and boat launch. No receptacles at least while we were there. I would be ashamed to have a state park with that much trash flying around. Of course we picked up what we could.
02/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice setting. Many hiking trails and can hike to Hot Springs and bathe in spa. No showers at campground. Nice camp hosts. Everything clean and well tended. Automated registration, no ranger when we camped. No reservations accepted. Stayed 2 nights.
03/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Small, first come first serve Bureau of Land Management (BLM) CG. Convenient to explore this fascinating region of NM. Recently renovated with shade structures and grills. Some nice views. Vault toilets only. No water or dump, if I recall. Quiet. Clean. Would not bring a 40 ft A in here, can be tight.
03/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Convenient, parking lot style. Immaculate facilities. Game room and laundry. Pleasant hosts. Easy on and off to ABQ/I-40. Very reasonable fees when compared to other campgrounds, just across the road and of the same type. Near 2 RV "superstores".
02/2013
rating [ 8/10 ]
Well organized, clean commercial park. Nice view of city and Sangre de Cristo MTNs. Well-informed hostess and generous information. However, not that pleased with our site, uneven and open. Like many commercial campgrounds out west, a big parking lot. The bathroom was the cleanest and nicest I'd seen in many travels and they had an interesting gift shop and meeting facility. We didn't think that the display of farm equipment and old tools fit with the southwestern motif that well and made the parking lot even less picturesque. A great plus were the solar panels: so very few businesses and residences in this NM take advantage of the consistently clear skies and sunny days. Bravo.
02/2013
rating [ 10/10 ]
Our introduction to the West. Drive down into a canyon to camp! Beautiful canyon walls that change color with the day. Lots of hiking and other activities (horseback, ranger led talks) available later in the season. We had turkeys and mule dear greeting us the next morning. Nice Museum and gift shop. Just wonderful!
RSS Feed
RVParkReviews.com