You never know what a park is really like until you get there. We got lucky, because this park is great! Our spot is up in the pines on the second level. Very spacious and even has a nice patio. Beautiful views. Smells wonderful. A little noise from highway 70 but not bad at all. Staff is super friendly and helpful. Wish we were staying longer than two nights. We'll definitely be back.
Night and day form our visit in January. The people that were there in January were very friendly and helpful. The old lady that was there for our summer trip was rude to everyone in our party. We brought three trailers worth of business to them and they showed zero appreciation. Simple questions about pool hours brought snide remarks from her. We were scattered about the park due to the peak season, and when our friends stopped by on their way out of the park, employees were immediately dispatched to ensure no one parks more than one vehicle on a site. There was plenty of room for another vehicle, especially one that was just quickly stopping by to pass on some information. We were there in a fifth wheel, our friends in a fifth wheel and travel trailer. We've all decided that this will be our last visit to this campground. And just like that they lost the business of four families who travel to Ruidoso frequently.
We had three friends join us here in their own travel trailers/5ers. The sites are spacious and accommodated our 35' 5er easily. The winter sites were all back-in sites but easy to back into. We will definitely return for summer camping to experience the upper sites (which were not accessible during the snow season). The staff was very friendly and the park was very family friendly. They allowed us to borrow disks for the children to slide down the hills. One thing, be careful on the approach or you'll miss the entrance.
Nothing fancy. Stayed two nights recently. Check in was fine and the hostess friendly. They will lead typo to your spot. It's a tiered park so if you are up top it can get a little confusing. Some of the spots are tight and we backed in our 30' TT and needed blocks for the rear support jacks to reach after it was leveled (also used for under tires). Basic cable worked, no ESPN so if you are into sports you get what's on cbs or fox. We noticed the road noise from the traffic on carrizo canyon road but nothing too loud. Also it's easy to miss the turn in if you haven't been there before as it's sandwiched between mobile home parks. One thing that was odd was the comfort station toilet for the upper guests was awfully small and awkward to use if you are a taller person.
Mostly seasonal campers. If you just need a spot for a couple of days to visit the local sights then this works. No fire ring so couldn't have a fire. Friendly folks.
Based on my limited RV experieces I believed that uniqueness in parks is out, a victim of cookie cutter site plans driven by the owners' desire for maximum profit. Twin Spruce is "old school" with each site that I saw tucked into the side of the hill that dominates the park, making each spot very private to their neighbors. The shower and bathroom facilities are adequate. During my stay I mentioned that I had found the bathroom facility less than clean and immediately a staff member went to the site for correction. The park draws numerous self-contained RVs. so these showers and bathroom facilities are seldom used by the park's guests. The park has a very strong free WiFi system. Unfortunately AT&T cell service is weak (or non-existent as we found) but by driving roughly 3 miles down the highway in front of the park, your phone will have 4 or 5 bars!! I will be happy to stay here when we are in Ruidoso.
Very nice quiet park near everything. Walmart, Casinos and downtown nearby. Quiet and safe at night. Owners on site, helpful and friendly Stayed one week. Pull thru. Water. Electric. Sewer. Cable with 25 channels. Lower level during winter, during summer upper level opens.
Road noise. Cattle trucks and large trucks non stop. Not again.