This was not a planned stop. They did give a 10% discount because we were good Sam members. They happened to have sites available during the Texas Spring Break which caused all of the state facilities to be filled. The Wi-Fi is about the only good thing about the park. I can't prove it, but I believe the 30A power supply I plugged into was faulty and my water heater no longer works (there was water in the tank and I was connected to their water). My water heater breaker tripped immediately after I plugged into their power supply. They gave me a converter plug for the 50A outlet and that worked, but the electric element for my water heater has not worked since. The place seems poorly managed. The bathrooms were dirty and ran out of toilet paper, the showers were not hot on the second morning. Their was a rain storm on our second night and our space became a lake. I will not stay here again.
Good inexpensive overnight stay. It's located just off I-40 near train tracks so expect noise all night. Met manager and owner both were friendly and accommodating. Manager and owner were knowledgeable on local attractions and routes. Manager warned me that water would not work at our site ahead of time (temps were in the 20's at night). No sewer hookup at site but there is a dump station and water is available. Electric, Cable TV and Wi-Fi included in fee. Very reasonable for an overnight or couple of night stay. The bathrooms & showers were clean and the showers had hot water. My wife complained to me that the ladies room was not warm in the morning for her shower, but the Men's room was. We visited Sky City Pueblo the next day and we were allowed to leave or Pop Up parked in our space until we returned (past checkout) at no additional fee. We would use this park again.