Good overnight RV park when traveling through this area. Easy in and out and right on old route 66 in Tucumcari. Street noise in minimal. For the price $20.50, cleanliness, and the convince you can not beat this park including the one park on the east of Tucumcari that charges $35.00. In the past we passed up this RV park twice because there were few RVs in the park - we thought the park must be a pit - we were wrong. The owners are excellent and go out of their way to assist you. Wi-Fi is strong and has ample cable TV channels. We will definitely stay here again in are snowbird travels to and from Arizona.
The previous reviews nailed it. But, when you are facing crosswinds of 30 mph with gusts to 50 mph - any port in the storm works. The park needs major renovations - the one thing going for it is a friendly worker. The interstate noise is terrible and compounded by train whistles and someone working on his vehicle without a muffler.
I can not recommend this campground. The owner asked if we needed 30 or 50 amp. When told we only need 30 amp since we would not need to run the air conditioners, he refused and said only 50 amp for a motorhome. Also, when I asked if the wi-fi was working he said yes. When I told him I just checked before coming into the office and found that there was no wi-fi available - he claimed it was working - he didn't care about what I said. Also, it was raining and the park was a mud hole - I was afraid if we stayed there, in the spot he would put us in, we would need our motorhome towed out the next morning. The park needs a major rework and it is sad that this is a Good Sam park - also he would not give us a Good Sam rate. Most RV parks in this area are in sad shape. We ended up staying in the rest area just inside Oklahoma on I-40. It was okay and others were overnighting there also.
Nice Corp of Engineers campground located on the Mississippi River by lock and dam 14. The non-reservable sites are located right on the river with river views. There is a train track that runs by the park, but htere were no trains at night and only one during the day.
This is a nice Corp of Engineers campground. It is located on the Mississippi River with some site having great views of the river. Other sites are located by inlets with great fishing. I would rate this campground higher if it hired more more temporary workers and had more than one volunteer. It was a pain to pay the campground fee.
This is a nice state park, but the campground sites are very rough. It is difficult, but not impossible, for a motorhome (40 ft or shorter) to get into some sites. The campground is heavily treed so don't count on satellite TV. There is a lot of hiking in the park and great views of the Mississippi River.
The campground is small, with only a few sites able to accommodate motorhomes or larger fifth wheel trailers. The dump station does not appear to have been used in sometime - it is difficult to position a motorhome or trailer for use. There are many hiking trails and fishing is nearby in the Des Moines River. The only time we saw the park ranger was when he was checking to make sure the campsite fee had been paid.
This can be a very nice campground if it had some rules. We stayed here five nights. The first two nights were wonderful - people were respectful of one another, kept things picked up, were quite, and friendly. Then on Friday night in rolls a number of campers that were loud, disrespectful, allowed their dogs to run free, some hauled in fire wood by the truck load to their campsite, kids were all over the place unsupervised, women running around in bikinis (there is no pool), drinking and partying until 3 or 4 in the morning. The only thing the hosts did was make sure the money was paid. This could be a great campground.
Very nice park for an overnight stop. It is not a destination. Although they have wifi it was not working correctly, and they had no concept as to what they should do. Park is noisy from trucks on I-40.
Although this is a Good Sam park it is in a poor, rundown condition. Minimal maintenance appears to be performed. Numerous potholes throughout the gravel interior roads and sites. Entrance is paved but has major potholes that could cause significant damage to vehicles and RVs. Park appears to have a number of permanent trailers. Very close to Interstate highway 44 and very noisy. Numerous barking dogs. Electric is 30 amp, but breakers are old and trip easily.
At check-in the registration person was not very friendly- almost rude - and it seemed we were an inconvience. We had been told when making the registration that wifi was free - but upon arriving found out it is $5 a day. The first spot we were given was not adequate nor what we had reserved - full hook ups - they gave us only electric/water. Many spots are not level and they are narrow when you have slide outs. There seems to be a number of permanent units. We will not stay at this park again.