The place is beautiful and very well kept. Sites are paved. They are a bit short but long enough for a big rig if you back all the way to the curbs. We had to park the truck diagonal across the front but there was room. A dump is available but no sewer connection at the sites. Rate shown is the basic rate. There is a 25% discount for people over 62 if out of state. For in state residents, that is a 50% discount. We will certainly return if in the area.
The rate of 12.50/day reflects the Passport America discount. Sites are spacious but parking is on grass. Driveways are just sand and grass. Some driveways are difficult to get through because of loose sand. The water supply is really gross, as in nothing I could bear to taste. The park is too far from cell towers for reliable service, at least on my Sprint cell. Verizon air card service was weak. The good: the park is in a scenic location on the Colorado River and is a peaceful setting for a relaxing stay.
This is a clean and well kept park in a scenic area. Sites are gravel, not spacious but big enough for most rigs. Management seems friendly and helpful. TV cable works fine here with sharp pictures and a good selection of networks. I did not try the Wi-Fi because we had a good Verizon air card signal. We will come back if we are in the area.
Beautiful location convenient to Interstate 5. The owners are friendly and very responsive to tenants' needs. It is a small park but a very nice place to spend a day or longer. The place is kept clean and well maintained with fairly level sites. Price includes tax. TV cable was weak at our site. To me, that was the only negative. Verizon air card signal was strong so I did not use the Wi-Fi there. We will stay here again if in the area.
The owners are friendly and very helpful. Sites are level, gravel, and plenty big for most rigs. The rate shown is for Passport America. Site fee includes first 20 kwh of electric usage. Usage above that is an extra. There is an even swap book exchange and clean laundry facilities. Passport rate is not limited to short stays. This is definitely a place we'll come back to when in the area.
I really cannot add anything to what has already been written, but thought that a more recent review was needed. We stayed in the Plainview Campground. The park is still in excellent condition; a beautiful, well maintained park with friendly hosts. Water faucets are readily available, not more than a hundred feet from most sites. Sites are level and easy to get into, even with a big rig. The rate we paid is for out of state campers.
This place is convenient to the highway but nicely secluded. As others mentioned, the owners are very nice and are working hard to make this a top notch place to stop. Sites are large enough for any rig and the electric power seems to be stable. Our air card worked here but was slower than in a metro area. There was no TV cable but plenty of off the air TV channels. The rate reflects Passport America discount. We'll definitely stay here again when we're in the area.
This place is a gem for mature RV'ers. It's not far from a lake, assorted restaurants and tourist shopping. The entire park is kept clean and neatly landscaped. Management is friendly, helpful and readily available. Many sites are occupied by park models. All are neat and well kept and most are attractively landscaped. All sites are 50 amp and full hookup. TV cable and Wi-Fi are included but Wi-Fi might not be strong enough to reach all sites. We will be back whenever we’re in the area.
Rate shown is Passport America and includes taxes. The place is clean and very well kept. The management is friendly and accommodating. TV cable and WiFi are strong. Someone with children might want a playground, but for us this place was just about perfect.
The best attribute of this park is that it is a quiet place to just chill out for a while. There are plenty of restaurants, beaches and other tourist activities just a short drive away but this is a nice place to come to for a rest. Sites are large enough for any rig. The sites are grass, level, and were neatly mowed when we were there. Water is rusty but tastes okay. The cable TV is minimal but does include network stations. The driveway is about a block of potholes, not really a problem unless you like to drive too fast anyway. Sewer connections need to be fixed but there was no noticeable odor. Other facilities seem to be clean and in good repair. The rate shown is based on weekly rate and included tax. We would come again.
Management is friendly and frequently makes the rounds in the park. The number of sites includes 34 RV sites and 17 tent sites. There is a large playground with typical swings for small fry, a volleyball net for bigger kids or adults, and plenty of grassy lawn. There is no cable TV but plenty of TV channels are available off your antenna from nearby translator stations. Wi-Fi is free and works well. Price shown does not include 8% tax. Weekly rate is 135 and monthly is 390, plus tax. We would stay here again.
Rate is with Escapees discount and includes taxes. Park is in a beautiful wooded area and has good facilities. WiFi is erratic but with several hubs showing, I was able to get connected. Cellular service is unusable. My only complaint is that the electric service where we were parked was poor. The voltage was 113 to 117 until we tried the air conditioner. Then it dropped to about 101 to 105, dangerously low. I suspect the wiring here is just not heavy enough as even a a few lights dropped the voltage noticeably. In mild weather, this is a nice place to be and we will probably return someday.
This park is definitely a keeper. The sites and facilities are well maintained. Most sites are surrounded with trees but appear to be plenty clear for even large rigs to fit. We parked in the red area: a flat, clear area with easy pull-throughs and a good view of satellites for those desiring that access. This one is a Passport affiliated park so we parked here for half the daily rate. The exception is for holiday weekends, which are at regular rate.
The park is secluded and located a few miles from town. It is an older campground but is being re-worked to stay up to date. The owners are very friendly and live on site. Wi-Fi only covers a small area but is free. The facilities are clean and well maintained with some recent upgrades to sites. There are no sewer connections at sites but there is a central dump next to the office and a pump out service is also available. Propane is available in the park. My only negative is the lack of sewer connections at sites and the Wi-Fi range could be extended. We only stopped here for two days but this would be a nice place to spend a summer.
The park is convenient to the highway and close to the railroad. Surprisingly, there was little noise from the frequent trains because the track is seamless. The manager was friendly and very accommodating. The place has few amenities but was comfortable and is a good place to rest for a few days. Sites are all back-in but large enough for any RV.
The park is actually at Milan, just a mile or two West of Grants on I-40. It is well kept, with clean and level sites, cable TV and Wi-Fi. There are restaurants and a grocery nearby as well as a truck stop.
This is a good place to stop in an otherwise desolate part of New Mexico. The sites are level and large enough for any rig. The TV cable is strong and has an excellent selection. The WiFi also works well. Electric power seems strong and stable. We will stop here again.