Reviews for Pendaries RV Resort

| Relaxing, Lovely

By user-5829878... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-08-05 to 2015-08-08

Spent 3 nights here, full hookups, sites are far apart and large. Very nice staff. Beautiful wild flowers, tall pines, hilly, good area to hike around in, activities for both kids and adults. The kids had a scavenger hunt that, when finished, netted them a small toy. There was a game night for both kids and adults, also a pot luck. Kids brought their bikes and rode all around, took advantage of the playground and swings, and exploring the woods. About a half hour away is Morphy Lake State Park, a small but scenic lake for fishing, camping, with short hiking trails. Very nice for an afternoon diversion. Wifi worked off and on but enough to get email. Verizon cell signal worked just fine. Relaxing, peaceful.

| Nice Park

By user-4607314... on 2017-10-23.

Secluded, quiet park. Lots of trees, some wildlife. No lake or streams, plenty of hiking. Cool mountain climate, good place just to relax. Clean restrooms. Would have given 4 stars if there was water for fishing or canoeing.

| Quiet, quiet, quiet

By user-6388206... on 2017-10-23.

Great friendly folks run this park. The spaces are spread out so we weren't having to look at our neighbor's RV, just the pines and mountains! No, the WiFi isn't real hot, but then we didn't come here to work so it worked out well. Bring your golf clubs because the 18 hole mountain course is a must play, at least once.

| Nice shaded ponderosa pines

By user-5241548... on 2017-10-23.

Very nice park ,a little tight getting around .once in your spot all hookups worked . Very nice shaded w the tall pine trees. No where near anything . Las Vegas nm is 20 Miles,with all you need .stock up first ! Used our portable did & got reception after a bit ( lots of trees ). Stayed here in a 36 ft MH towing. Would stay again for a quite natural stay . People in office where very nice. Did not use bathrooms .

| Almost perfect

By user-5835245... on 2017-10-23.

The trail head for a great hike to a turquoise mine is within the park, ask for directions in the main office. Grab a topo map for the area and venture past the mine for even better views. Some sites are on top of each other, I would suggest anything off of Tall Pines Trail or Hummingbird Drive. The park is home to more seasonally full time residents than nightly guests. Most sites have full hookups, and there is a daily trash pickup crew that picks up trash bags from every site in the morning. There is a clubhouse that hosts nightly activities. The bath house has individual shower rooms with benches and ventilation. About 2 miles away is a golf course with a restaurant and bar. For big RV's and trailers, the two lanes of NM-94 and State Road 105 are very narrow and "lumpy" despite the 50mph limit. The pavement was in good condition, but the blind corners and complete lack of shoulders make it a little stressful.

| So Relaxing

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

We stayed here last year for the first time. The guys LOVED the golf course and the women enjoyed going into Santa Fe Shopping, wine tasting & site seeing! We are coming back in August for a longer stay. Cool mountain camping, no bugs, lots of hummingbirds and VERY friendly campers!