Exceptionally clean, well maintained park with lots of shaded sites. Owners are obsessive about leaf blowing and gravel raking done daily. Work campers manage the park and are generally very friendly and helpful. Caters to 55+ group. Weekly coffee and donuts. Proud to let everyone know that the same people come back year after year...however, they group together tightly and newbies are not made to feel welcome at all by this snobbish clique. Stayed a few weeks but due to the cold shoulders not sure we'll be back.
We thought this was a really weird place. Mexican Hat is a community of approximately 85 people. The fellow running the park seemed a bit off and strange. He told us right off jump that he made no money off the park, only off the beer he sold tons of to the locals. Later, we noticed several quite young teen-aged girls getting off the school bus and trekking upstairs to the living quarters above the store/office and leaving after about an hour (??) We only stayed one night here--we were too creeper out. Just a place to stop and catch some sleep if you really have to.
Exceptionally clean, well planned out park with plenty of room for big rigs. Looked like every site was paved; no gravel, pretty level. We would stay here again; felt very safe. However, this is in the TX panhandle; if you're looking for scenery it's not here.
This was the site of the old Cactus Motor Lodge built in the 1930's; it's been converted into an RV park since the construction of Interstate 40 killed Route 66 and put so many of the old motels out of business. It's not a luxury park by any means but we found it quite charming in its way. Gravel sites were fairly level and adequately long enough for our 29' motorhome + the vintage 'canned ham' we were towing. I was amused by the park's website; there must be some RV park wars going on in Tucumcari! However, I would stay here again if we ever come back this way. Del's Restaurant is nearby and has some of the best food I've ever tasted.
We stayed here despite the negative reviews. I'm glad we did; the older gentleman checking us in was very friendly to us. In fact he came over and visited us briefly twice. Yes, you have to come with cash but we'd read that in the reviews and so were prepared. What people need to understand is that this is a park under construction and they are doing a lot of work to upgrade this formerly abandoned park and I'm sure it will be very nice some day. Currently the sites are pretty rough and not level. But there is a heck of a view to the north. I look forward to going back some day and seeing the progress that's being made here. I wish them all the best!
This was a really nice, rather charming RV park; you could tell the owners care about the maintenance here. The office has a very nice gift shop if you're into the touristy souvenirs or Indian jewelry. They also had a BBQ 'cookout' dinner (Friday evening) that could be ordered in the office. It was a bit overpriced for what it was, but the food was pretty good. Gravel sites were pretty level and well kept. Long enough for our 29' motor-home towing a vintage 'canned ham'. We would stay here again.
Very clean, very well maintained. Gravel sites moderately level with small trees and picnic tables. Close to Meteor Crater Park. Adequate pull-through site for our 29' motor-home towing a 12' trailer. Nice park with gas station and convenience store on the property. Gas was about .40 a gallon higher than the last gas station we saw in Winslow, AZ. Staff very pleasant and friendly. We would stay here again if we should ever pass this way.
This is a wonderful park and the staff is super friendly! Very picturesque with small lakes (big ponds really) If the climate were more conducive to our health, we would have loved to stay for a couple months or more (we're full-timers). We quite fell in love with the whole Owensboro area and the food in the area is heavenly. Quite a pleasant experience for us. Highly recommend.
Located approximately 18 miles north of I-40 on 23. Road is up and over a couple small mountains & was pretty narrow in most places with several very sharp switchbacks. Was a pretty strenuous climb for our older RV. Campground itself was OK even though no sewer. All the sites are shaded but need some upgrading in the form of leveling and gravel /paving. Great for small campers or small rigs and for tents. If you want to really get away from it all this might be a good choice. Could not get a wireless signal up here.
Nice enough park. It is a bit off the interstate, but easy to get to. It was interesting to watch the barges going up & down the river. The sites were fairly level. We had a gravel one. It was quiet - no unsavory characters-- and the laundry is free which is awesome. Had to wait a bit for my turn but that was OK. We'd stay here again.
Fairly well maintained family oriented park. Plenty to do and see in area as well as park. Two nice pools. However, will never stay here again; too many campfires, too much partying, too many golf carts running up and down and different rules for different people. If you're a regular here it's OK for your dog to run loose every day and for you to park in the grass or in empty sites where others are not allowed to. If the owners know and like you then you're not held to the rules.
Newer, clean park with no trees and rather narrow sites. There are pull throughs but maneuvering is not the easiest. We stayed here a week but would only recommend for just a stopover before moving on.
Very spacious and clean, well-maintained (by the city of Gering) park with a partial view of the bluffs. The only thing that would make this park perfect for me would be the addition of a swimming pool. I felt safe and comfortable here and the park managers were very nice and friendly.
Interesting old park on a creek (Verde River) and there is an ancient Indian mound on the property that can be hiked to. Centrally located with access to Sedona, Jerome, monuments and parks within the area. There are many permanent residents (scary looking and/or noisy) with NO restrictions to age/condition of unit/amount of junk allowed to be piled up around the RVs, though they do claim to have a unit age restriction. NOT big rig friendly and turning around is difficult. Very uneven sites that are not well maintained. If you're game, it's OK for a night or two but I found the place rather depressing due to the lack of standards.