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Stopped here out of all the other RV parks in the area because of the good price ($21.90 with veteran discount.) Amazing sunsets at the west side of the park, magnificent view of the mountains to the east, few acres of desert to explore with your dog (hard packed clay trail, but watch out for snakes because this is New Mexico.) Large level gravel sites, many pull through sites, some back in. We came with a 32' travel trailer and had NO issues getting in/out of our site, navigating the park, or on the road to the park (it's a bit narrow but wider than the mountain roads we're used to.) Large community courtyard with horseshoes, a pergola, and flowering trees/bushes. CHEAP on site laundry, very clean showers and bathrooms, some exercise equipment. Huge library with books, movies, and games. Camp host was friendly, helpful, and a great resource. Will definitely take advantage of the half off discount for a second stay if we come back through the area.
Well kept, has inexpensive laundry and hot showers that feel like visiting someone's home...jn a good way! Small park and cpl miles off highway, but soo pleasant and so much better than being crammed together next to traffic like other places. We hiked nearby, and enjoyed the quiet... Planned just to stop for the night, but stayed an extra just because we liked it!
We made a reservation the night before arriving for a full hook up 50amp service pull thru for our 40'MH and tow vehicle. When we got there this afternoon was told that they only had 30 amp sites left, seems that someone already there just moved their camper into our reserved site. I asked why these claim jumpers could not be asked to move, all I got was a shrug and a smile. At 94 degrees in full sun, there was no way a 30 amp service would do....this after driving 2.5 miles on a small back road to get there.....so don't count on what you're told... Go to the Boot Hill RV park, bigger, better and easy to get to..