If you're in a small or medium sized rig and don't mind dirt roads, dirt sites and road noise this campground is okay but significantly over priced. It is located in the pinon forest and the dirt road to the camp sites is very tight maneuvering. We're in a 45ft diesel pusher with a dingy and more than one of the turns required more than one attempt to make it. The camp spaces designated for big rigs are too short to keep the dingy attached and no space to park it once off. They are so close together there is barely room for the picnic table and do not have trees. The campground is on Old Las Vegas Hwy and the "big rig" spaces are within 50yds of this busy road. Other sites back in the trees may be quieter. Free WiFi. Small fenced "dog run" area with shade tree in it. Nice little children's playground. The people that work here are very nice.
The only reason this park doesn't rate a 10 is because there is no shade from the hot Texas sun. Most RVs have an awning so it's really not a problem. In every other way it was near perfect. Easy access from I-40 but far enough away there was little road noise. A Love's truck stop is 1/4 mile away at the freeway exit. No railway noise either. Almost all sites are pull-thru, facing northeast, and long enough that we didn't have to detach our dingy. The park is spacious, clean, looks new and has three well kept restroom-shower-laundry facilities. Washers and dryers are quality equipment and free of charge. Also available at each facility is 10lb bags of ice for $1. Grassy areas for walking the dog has multiple young trees that will someday offer much shade. At the Club House they offered a TX-BBQ dinner of ribs, pintos, coleslaw, potato salad, rolls and a soft drink for $9.50. The portions were generous and the food very good. Although the RV park is outside of town good restaurants and shopping is within five miles.
Although near the freeway the noise was minimal, probably reduced by the number of trees and because the park is set a bit lower than the highway. No frills here but clean and convenient. Lots of pull thru spots but the spacing is a little tight in our big rig with three slides.
This little park has poor street appeal but is really a nice little overnight spot. The park is clean, quiet and the individual sites spacious, grassy and many are shaded. The manager was friendly and helpful. It's just one block from a nice little community park called Wailes Park which provided a nice walk for us and our dog. Also within walking distance is a wonderful restaurant called Del's that serves excellent American & Mexican food and has a nice salad bar at a reasonable price. The score 7/10 is due to lack of frills more than any negatives. We would definitely stay here again.
Due to bad weather there weren't many campers at the park. We camped down at the larger of the two lakes. The sites are roughly level and quite spacious, grassy and have a view of the lake. The resident yard geese were entertaining, wild Canadian geese came in too. We would definitely stay here again.
A decent place for a short stay. We have three push outs. The slot we were assigned was too tight between trees to open the slides when pulling in the "correct" direction. So, we pulled in headed the opposite way and it worked out okay. The pet walk area is a meandering trail through some brush and cactus. Nice except for broken glass in the trail and lots of thorns & stickers off trail. The restaurant food was not our style of fare. The beans were out of a can, the corn was over cooked and mushy but the cole slaw was good. The bbq ribs were tender but all the bbq was in the sauce added just before serving, not in the way it was cooked. For this and two iced teas we paid $40. Though we would stay at this park again, we would not dine at the restaurant again.
This RV park was recommended to us by a kind gentleman from Marathon Motel RV Park. We need to thank him. Broke Mill is only six months old and still being developed and refined but is well on its way to being a first class park. The owners and staff are all friendly and helpful. The facilities are clean and well maintained. The park is right on SR-90 but there is only a slight sound of traffic. The adjacent property is a great place to exercise your dog off leash. If we ever get back to Del Rio we'll make this park our stop-over spot.
Don't be fooled by their web site. All the beautiful tree shaded and grassy sites you see on the web site are reserved for full time residents. Travelers like ourselves age relegated to the "back lot". The trees are young and immature and the view is of a construction material storage lot. High tension electrical wires run overhead. Train, heavy truck noise and overhead air traffic is constant. The clean site and after hours quiet rules are not enforced. They did have a fenced pet yard so your dog can exercise off leash, and the laundry facilities were good. All things considered we decided to leave a day early. Sorry, no refunds! We won't ever stay here again and recommend you look elsewhere.
We found the staff to be wonderfully friendly and helpful. The upper level sites have the best views. The lower level sites have the best access to the river. Everything is clean and well maintained. This was our second stay at Wolf Creek Run and we will do so again.
This is a beautiful modern RV park. Check-in was like checking in to a first class hotel. Everything is clean and well maintained. Our pull-through site was extra long, and there are hedged partitions between the sites. The pet walk area is fenced, and has many trees. Our lab enjoyed running off leash, getting exercise and doing what dogs do. Though close to the freeway we didn't hear loud traffic noise. We stayed two nights here. It is a good choice when you're in Las Cruces.
This place is a keeper. We stayed here four nights. Our site was next to one of the three ponds. The resident geese and ducks were fun to watch. There was a big open area nearby where we could walk our dog and within walking distance of the park is a "viewable wildlife area" that runs next to the San Pedro River. A real nice place for a walk and birding. From what we saw in our exploring the area, this is about the nicest RV park in town.
This place is a jewel! We did not have reservations but called ahead and were told they would make room for us. All their normal spots were full but the owner made room for us next to his house. We had water and electric; that was enough. We originally planned to stay only two nights but liked the RV Park and the area so much that we stayed a third night. Although the park is right along SR-90 we were not bothered by traffic noise. The few periodic trains on the nearby tracks were not bothersome either. Non-RVers should try the motel's cabins or the historic Gates Hotel in town. The little town of Marathon is charming. Don't miss local conversation and good eats at Shirley's Burnt Biscuit cafe. We will definitely stay at the Marathon Motel RV Park if we come this way again!
This park was a major disappointment. We are in a 45ft coach and had made reservations two weeks in advance. Upon our arrival there were only two open sites. One under a large tree with electric but no sewer; the other in the driveway immediately next to it. The spacing was so tight that we weren't certain we would even fit. With careful maneuvering we managed. Our spot was the one under the tree and less than 75ft from the highway. The traffic was heavy, and we spent a very noisy night. All of the other spots looked as though they were filled by full-time residents. To access the riverwalk you had to take the stairs next to the highway bridge. There was a man and his dog living under the bridge. We had originally planned to stay two nights but left immediately in the morning. We won't go to the Pecos River Park again.