This RV park is under new ownership and it appears that it is in the process of much needed cleanup. There are numerous rigs that seem to be permanent; probably workers in the nearby town. The Wi-Fi is very very slow. There is cable TV, but not all the channels that the office list are available. I would stay here again, but Wifi is important to me. I hope they get it fixed.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at in our yearly vacations to Durango since 1972. It is clean, quiet and professionally run. Even though it is surrounded by mountains satellite TV is easily obtained even with a small portable 18 inch dish. Wi-Fi is available but during the evenings when all campers are in camp it is slower than the old dial up internet. Better Wi-Fi and/or cable TV would make this RV park perfect.
My wife and I have stayed here about five times in the past eight years and have found it to be clean and has everything that we could possibly need for a nights stay. It has easy access to the highway and a reasonably priced gas station within a block of the entrance. I highly recommend it when travelling.
My wife and I have been RVing since 1971 and this is by far the best RV park that we have ever stayed in. Everything is clean. I noticed that when an RV pulls out in the morning one of the worker power washes the cement RV pad. We stayed two nights and did not smell any gas fumes from the near by processing plant. There is a great trail access from the campground for walking, running or bike riding. I guess it goes for miles. I saw some of the biggest rigs ever and they had plenty of room. The smaller RV sites for trailers also have a cement pad for parking your pull vehicle, even though you will have to park it pretty close to your trailer. I highly recommend that you stay here when visiting SLC.
My wife and I have stayed at this campground five different times in the past three years and find it to have everything we need. The parking spaces are level and clean with plenty of room between RV's. Even though it had rained the day before, the park was dry with no mud. It appeared that new gravel had recently been dumped on the roads and RV sites. The internet has a strong signal and the speed is quite fast. We received instruction and help in parking our rig in the space provided. There is a nice park about a block away that provides a great place to have a picnic or walk our little dog. I recommend that you consider this a place to stay when visiting Truth or Consequence NM or just in need of a night's stay while traveling the highways.
My wife and I stayed here for one month and found it to be the perfect place to stay for our visits to Jackson Hole, Grand Teton, Yellowstone National Parks and other places of interest. The views of the Teton Mountain Range were fabulous and provided daily photo taking at it's best. Since it's a "Mom & Pop" operation, we found all the people who worked here friendly and helpful for any special needs. The bathrooms and showers were so nice and roomy that I occasionally used them instead of inside my RV. The town of Driggs is only a few miles down the road and has one of the nicest grocery stores we have encountered while traveling. If you like ice cream you will have to have one of the Huckleberry waffle cones at the corner drug store for only a buck/fifty or one of the best shakes made for three bucks. This is a new RV park and the trees are young. When the trees are larger and provide a bit more shade and the Wi-Fi offers a stronger signal and is more reliable, then I will probably rate the park 9 or 10.
My wife and I have stayed at this rv park many times since 1971 and in recent years it has been deteriorating to the point that we doubt if we will be staying here anymore. Most years we stay 10 nights but are limiting our stay this year to three nights. The back in sites that were used for smaller rigs are now used for big rigs, even though they are still configured (water, elect & sewer) for back in spots. As I am writing this my 5 th wheel trailer is positioned right on top of one of the sewer connections and not usable. The nearest sewer connection requires two 20 foot hoses and I had to contact a maintenance man to repair the sewer pipe that is located below ground level. Even after the repair my sewer connectors did not fit properly; seems the pipe in the ground is the wrong size. There are a number of sites (including mine) that needs new gravel laid since they are dirty and muddy. When I pointed this out to the office clerk I was told that they didn't have the time to properly maintain the sites since they are sold out every night. So the two big piles of gravel will remain where they are and campers will have to deal with the dirt and mud. Years ago each site had it's own patch of grass but they have become patches of dirt. I am in full view of the WiFi antenna and yet the signal strength (using vistumbler) is very low and the speed is slow like dial up. If you do decide to stay here I recommend requesting your RV site be on the row nearest the train track, otherwise I don't recommend staying here. There is a free city run shuttle that you can take out front of the campground that will take you to town. If you plan to take the narrow gauge train ride be careful as the shuttle might leave you stranded at the train station with no return; they run on a schedule and if the train is late arriving then you might have to take a taxi back to the campground. I've checked out some of the other campgrounds in the area. Their prices are lower and they have greatly improved their rv parks. United Campground has not done any improvements, has closed down the children's pool by filling it with dirt and has neglected much needed maintenance in the whole park. After 40 years of staying here we will look elsewhere for our next visit.