This is a MH park, thus you are surrounded by Mobile Homes. The sites are large and level, the owner/manager is very nice. This is just off of Hwy 47, 2 miles south of all the shopping you could ask for. Only 25 miles south of Albuquerque. I didn't put in the nightly rate because I'm paying $275.00 + electric per month. 50 amp sites have to be developed by owner, so far we are the first to find this park. Neighbors are very nice.
Convenient to I-25, good Wi-Fi, and excellent customer service. Sites are clean and offer plenty of room. Road noise present, but we knew that ahead of time. We took advantage of the "Summer Special", thus the low nightly rate for full hookup/50 amp service. If you like animals, this is the place to come. This was the second time we've been here and love it.
We plan to spend the winter, and the monthly rent is $140. plus electric. Campground is clean, pleasant and very private. All the utilities work wonderfully. Campground hosts are very friendly and helpful. This pretty place is out of the way from I-10, about 11 miles east of Deming on a private road with no street lights for folks coming in after dark. We can faintly hear the highway in the distance. Sunsets are unbelievably gorgeous.
Park is very convenient to Exit 75 of Rt. 25. Managers were very pleasant and helpful with everything. We stayed a month at $155.00 plus metered electric which we know is fair. No problem with security, and the owner lives on the property.
We were told by the manager that he purchased this campground a month ago and has been working to upgrade it. Our visit here has been wonderful. Has shade trees, no road noise at all, friendly and helpful workers. Camp store is gorgeous, even smells new. Unfortunately, all pull-through sites have 30 amp only. If you need a/c, you are out of luck. I didn't read the other reviews until later, and was horrified. The new management is 100% better. We would definitely return to this campground anytime in the area.
Gorgeous campground, lots of trees and amenities for everyone. The price reflects the KOA discount and still the most expensive place we've ever stayed. Our site not level. The work-teams here are wonderful, very friendly and helpful. We love the place but will not come back due to the price.
Located off I-40 exit 407, 20 miles E of Knoxville. A very convenient, very pretty place. Is quiet, with countryside views, grassy sites. Has many blue grass festivals throughout the summer, which we didn't know until now. We would come back in a heartbeat when in the area again.
We were packed like a sardine, lucky to get a spot, but the very helpful and cheerful camp hosts made all the difference. Nightly price was too high even with a Good Sam discount. Most spots were occupied by monthlies: lots of dogs and little children, but basically the park is neat, tidy, quiet, and has very pleasant, friendly people.
Nightly rate reflects Campground America. Had to use a pig-tail to reduce our electric to 30 amp because our neighbor had the 50 amp. No problem. Campground is old, ugly, and rundown. Scads of poison ivy line the back fence. CA rate and the campground's closeness to Graceland, make it OK for an overnight.
We loved this place! The managers were very friendly as well as helpful. The deer are fun to watch. It's quiet, restful, and sites are wide. The springs are so peaceful. Cell phone coverage is weak, but on Rt. 59 and 259, you can call anywhere. Our Verizon air card for the computer was slow and very weak, but we did get on line with patience. No cable, but we have Direct TV. Nacogdoches is right down the road with whatever services you need.
Older park, but everything works. Does need some major freshing up, like painting tables, etc., and updating the electrical hook-ups. Some highway noise, but that's OK as we only wanted an overnight. Easy to find from the roads. Manager is funny, and entertaining, we like him.
We pulled in during a rain storm so everything is soggy. However, the managers are wonderful, very helpful. It's right next to a super Walmart, which is nice. Not so nice is the rail road, but we were so tired we slept through the noise. One big negative is the directions on the web site are not decent, we had to phone and get directions while on Rt. 287. We would definitely stop over for a night or two if we were traveling through again.
Nice location, quiet, and convenient to I-40. Many mobile homes are junkers, few rules, mostly unenforced. Many junker RV's. Rate is a guess, we stayed a month for $300.00. Owners pleasant. Would not go back unless we had no other choice.
This place is lovely! Plenty of shade, beauty, quiet, deer right outside the rig. We loved it. We rated this a 9 and not a 10 due to the sites being unlevel and some sites a challange to back into. Lots to do in the area, hiking, fishing, exploring. We would return here in a heartbeat.
We'd give this clean, pretty campground a 10 except that the sites are really close together. The sign is hard to see, we found it by spotting the other RVs from the road. However, it's a great overnight stop. Sites are level, grass is green, flowers just coming out and lovely. Owners/managers very nice, very helpful.
This is a no frills park but we loved it. Very quiet, very clean, well maintained. Excellent management. We have Direct TV and a Verizon card for the computer, so we lacked for nothing. Laundry is free, no dryers because you can hang it out on their lines. Good old sunshine dry. The daily rate is an estimate as we are staying the whole season and pay the monthly rate.
Well located off the main street in town. Nice management. Only thing we hated were the goat heads everywhere making walking the dogs horrible. These stickers are strong enough to go right through our shoes. Otherwise, a nice place for an overnight.
Very convenient to just about everything you need. Spaces very tight; lots of shade; nicely kept up. 30 amps only. Best part is park's location next to open, beautiful green space. There are lakes, creeks, children's play area, fantastic place to jog or dog walking, and riding bikes. We took lots of photos.
Quiet, pretty place in ranch country conveniently close to Gunnison. Wonderful hiking trails, biking, SUV trails, fishing, lots of history abound. You could spend a month or longer just exploring some gorgeous country. New managers pleasant, helpful, cheerful. Workampers great, down to earth folks. We loved the place.
This park is small, too near the interstate, but wonderful for any animal lover. Lots of dogs, cats, goats, horses, chickens, guinea pigs around. Like a petting zoo. We loved the place. Very friendly management.
Just off highway 225 which made it very convenient to all of Denver, etc, but traffic noise high. Owner very nice, but does not keep up property. No monthly rates available for June, July and August. Weekly rates are: $230.00
We enjoyed our stay. No restrictions on size of dogs or breed as long as the rules were followed. Easy access to I-40, pretty area, large sites, clean, very well managed, friendly and helpful people all around. Many full timers, all ages represented. RV storage area available. Access to hiking and ATV trails everywhere.
Very rural, quiet, close enough to on/off I-10. Friendly staff and RV'ers in general. A few park models, but mostly RVs. Dog friendly as long as you follow the rules. A place for horses, also. We loved it there, would go back in a heart beat. We stayed 2 months.
Large park with many park model homes. Half the park animal friendly, the other half hate animals and are very vocal about that, too. You name it, this park offers it. It's almost a self-contained city with a post office, store, restaurant, motel, and lots of craft work areas. Much more than I can list. Very expensive. Many residents hate kids and families not allowed except Holiday times. Easy on and off I-10.
I'm working a traveler RN contract at an Albuquerque hospital thus had reservations for a 6 month stay. Most of the "monthlys" are in the back row or along the fence. The only maintenance of grounds was in the overnight areas, until Balloon Fiesta time. Some sites do not have phone accessibility. Dead bushes and trees along the fence. Best sites are in the front.Staff, for the most part, nice; but if you need help of any kind, don't ask. Some of staff outright rude. Guides to your site available, but won't stay to assist in parking your rig if you need it. Dog lovers have to constantly pick sand burrs and goat heads out of dog feet. Otherwise, this is a scenic spot, close to everything you need, easy off and on I-40. I would not return to this park for an extended stay again.