We stayed in this RV park for a week and were very happy with our stay. The sites are close, but we have a 40 ft. fifth wheel with 3 slides and they accommodated us nicely. Our site was next to the main road entering the campground and we had a covered picnic table. Their WI-FI is very slow most of the time, but considering that the park is surrounded by the Black Hills is a big part of the reason. They have a very nicely stocked store/office and the staff was very friendly and helpful. Cable TV is available for $14 a week and we had very good reception. Amenities include a swimming pool, basket ball courts, playground and a game room. Their laundry facility is okay, but July is the hottest month and it is not air conditioned. The door was propped open and there were a ton of flies inside, so we were not able to stay inside while doing our wash. There are a couple of benches outside the building. Inside the store/office is a small pub with a couple of slot machines. We would stay in this park again.
We stayed in this park for 2 nights on our way to South Dakota. It's a very nice, clean and well maintained park. The owners were very nice and helpful. The sites are small/medium rocks with a small grassy area and a tree. The site was very level and had full hookups. This is a great park for an overnight stay. With just 13 sites and essentially no amenities it's still a very nice park. Their sign is hard to see until you're almost right in front of the park. The office is at the back door of the house.
This is a Travel-L park and it has lots of tall trees for shade, gravel sites, picnic table at each site and some sites have a small grill. Staff were very friendly and helpful. They have a swimming pool, some grocery and gift items in the office and a large picnic area with a covered pavilion on one end of the park. We would definitely stay at this park again.
We stayed at this RV park for two nights, and as previous reviewers have said, it's a nice park for an overnight stay. There are no frills or amenities, but the electric, water and sewer worked just fine. They do have cable at some sites, but the lady told us she is not repairing the cable because so many people have satellite. We happened to get a site that had cable and it worked just fine. The trains didn't bother us at all. You do pick your own site and a man came over around 5:30 pm to collect. We would stay overnight in this park again.
We stayed two nights in this park and its a very nice park. We don't have a pet so can't comment on the thorns & burrs. The whole place is very well maintained and our sight was very level for a gravel site. There is a picnic table at each site and some grass. The water, electric, and sewer worked just fine. It's an easy park to get to off either I-70 or Hwy 83, but the road entering the park has some bad pot holes and rough parts which need to be repaired. Very friendly owners and staff. They have not finished the pub restaurant, but hope to get it completed soon. Everything was very well maintained. It is across the street from a station to get diesel/gas. The Colonial Restaurant is in front of the RV park and has decent food and prices. We would stay here again if in the area.
We are staying in this park for the month of Jan. and it's a great park. Its clean, staff are friendly and are ready to answer any questions. Its built in a pecan grove & most of the trees are very tall and there's pecans everywhere. Our rig is 40' long & they put us on 2 sites that are back to back, but only charged us for 1 site. We would definitely return to this park.
The park is easy to get to from the interstate, but we did not hear any road noise. Sites were gravel with grass in between and fairly level. The park was clean and had pretty landscaping. We stayed in site 41, and each site has a picnic table. There's a small airport close by and planes fly over the RV park, but the noise didn't both us and the airport is closed at night. Staff were very friendly and helpful and checked us in quickly. There are several sites that have a dog run, and there is another dog run in the park that we saw. We stayed 1 night and it was a perfect park. We would definitely stay here again.
This motel and RV park was nice and clean. They had an event area with many covered picnic tables and a big pavilion. The RV park is nothing special, but it was the perfect park for us to stay in for 2 nights on our way back to Texas. We would stay here again for one or two nights.
We stayed 2 nights at this park. It was very quiet and we didn't hear any road noise. Staff members were very friendly and answered any questions we had. The Wi-Fi was good too. There's nothing fancy or resort like at this park, but they did have a heated swimming pool and the park was clean. We would definitely stay here again.
This park is very clean and quiet. It has many shaded sites and the scenery is beautiful. The Cumbres & Toltec Narrow Gauge Train track is very close to the park, but it only runs during the day. It is fun to go over by the track and wave at the passengers as the train goes by. The staff were friendly and answered all of our questions. We would definitely stay here again.
We reserved a site on the river and it was beautiful. The park was very clean and all of the staff were extremely nice and helpful. We stayed for five days. We would definitely stay in this park again.
We stayed 1 night in this park and were satisfied. Sites were level and not too close together. The mobile home area is separated by a fence from the RV site area so it is not an issue. The park was very clean and the staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay in this park again.
We stayed two nights at this small RV park. We were in a pull-through site that accommodated our 36' rig with 4 slides. Owners/managers were very nice and helpful and lived in a mobile home on site. Their office hours were 3pm to 7pm, but they have an answering machine you can leave a message. Our call was returned promptly. Our only complaint was the man next to us, who appeared to be a resident, talked on his cell outside and was yelling at the person whom he was talking to. This happened both days early in the evening. Otherwise, it was quiet a night and we weren't disturbed. We would stay in this park again, but only for 1 or 2 nights.
We stayed in this park for one night in route to New Mexico. We were satisfied with the park for a one night stay. The park had some permanent residents, but there were several sites open for traveling RVer's. We would stay in this park again.
We stayed in this KOA for 3 nights and were very satisfied. Owners and staff were very friendly and helpful. It's an hour's drive to Carlsbad Caverns from this park, but we felt like it was worth it to stay here. Their pool and spa was very clean as well as the showers and restrooms. The sites were gravel, but there wasn't much dust. We would definitely stay here again!
We stayed in this beautiful park for 6 nights and have no complaints. It was close to Ruidoso Downs and Ruidoso. Our site was level and was wide enough for our 4 slides with plenty of room to put out the awning. The park was quiet and had paved roads. The owners and staff were very helpful and the store has a good supply of RV parts and accessories. They also offer RV repairs on site. We would definitely stay in this park again when traveling in New Mexico.
We stayed in this park for the first time with our camping club and really enjoyed it. The sites were level with large trees or there were more open sites without trees. We love the shade! The park is well kept, landscaping is beautiful, and all of the amenities were great. There's a bounce pillow for kids to enjoy, a pond for fishing only, and two pools...one is adult only. Employees were extremely friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay in this wonderful park again.