We stayed in part to their claim to have WiFi, but the office was closed when we arrived shortly after 5 o'clock. We could not use the WiFi without a password. We called the night number but it went unanswered. As a result we missed some important messages. They need to either remove the password or make it available to late arrivals. The park is out in the middle of no where, so removal would not be a problem.
This is definitely a hidden gem in the desert. Quiet, level pull-through gravel spaces. Sits about a mile north of Deming. Price is very reasonable. Owners very friendly and cooperative. We were told it wasn't necessary to make a reservation when we called, but that may change as people learn about the park! By the way, don't rely on your GPS - it won't get you there! Just go about 1-1/4 miles east on Hatch Highway.
Nice level, gravel spaces. There was no dirt which was great. Pull through spaces were very long and wide. We're almost 50' long pulling a 32' trailer and didn't need to unhook. We pulled in about 9:30pm and used night registration. They accepted cash, check, and credit. Would definitely stay here again. $25.59 for the night with full hookups.
For $25.50 (incl. Tax) - a bargain! Clean, quiet, level, easy access. What a deal for overnight stay. 40'diesel pùsher, pulling car. Will definitely stay here again.
Whatever the dreams of its owners, their website, or early reviews, this is an RV park to avoid. Pulled in about 5:30 pm - no lights, no management, no apparent restrooms, and very few sites. Didn't feel safe and did not stay. (And my husband says I'm being too kind.)
People need to understand there is a difference between an RV Resort at 50 $60 a night and an overnight stop that is clean easy to get into has 50 amp full hookups and easy to get out of this is not an RV Resort it is a great little overnight spot plenty safe been here a couple of times
Right off highway, lot's of room, full hookups, reasonable price, town nearby, gas and propane nearby.