Nice open campground. Full hookups, $15/night. No traffic noise but approx. 20 trains rumble through fairly close to the campsites. Interesting town dedicated to Rex Allen. Main street is within walking distance. Would stay here again.
We stayed here for a week and enjoyed our stay. There is no water in the reservoir so there was hardly anyone at the campground. Very quiet yet close to town for visiting. The State of Texas charges a daily fee on top of the nightly fee so be aware when figuring nightly costs.
This is the place to stay while visiting Roswell. The lake was clean and refreshing. The sites are large and well maintained. Some pull throughs, but mostly back ins. Full hookups. Close enough to Roswell for side trips. We visited the free zoo in town and would recommend it. We would stay here again.
Wide spacious spaces, indoor pool, playground and store. Very nice campground within 45 minutes of the Caverns. We stayed in the back section and our site was about 50X60. Very friendly hosts. Didn’t care for the indoor pool but that’s just us. Had pony rides, a hay ride and a turtle pen. The campground was very quiet in the evenings. We would stay here again and recommend this campground if visiting the Caverns.
Very disappointed in this park. Made reservations as Passport America members. Upon arrival found out they no longer accept PA. They offered to cancel without penalty but after driving all day we bit the bullet and stayed anyway. Would not stay here again simply because of what appears to be deceptive practices.
This RV Park is a work in progress. Previously it was a Greyhound Race Track and consists of an older section, wide sites, full hookups Big Rig friendly, back in sites. The newer section(s) have pull through sites with full hookups. They are putting in a small man made pond which will have sites overlooking it. Once completed, it will be very nice. Location is good with very nice views. Close to the Whipple Observatory (8 miles) but about 30 mins south of Tucson. It's about an hour from Tombstone. We visited Tumacacori Mission, Asparco Mine and the Titan Missile Site. All recommended. The Park could be a 10 once completed. Some nice trees would be welcomed, especially in the summer. We experienced some wind in the evenings, but that's the desert. Some road noise if you get a front site. Two dog runs. The train runs about 1/2 mile east of the park, 1-2 times a day, overall a nice park. We were here for two weeks and would return.
We have stayed here several times but this will be our LAST. We arrived in a motorhome and temps were above 105. Once settled, we went to the pool to cool off. Two couples were in the pool consuming alcohol and smoking. There were 3 kids in the pool, about 9-13 years old. They were well mannered and considerate. After watching one man consume 3 beers, (they had a cooler at the pool), in about 30 minutes. He yelled at the kids to get out of the pool because they weren't old enough. There was a sign saying NO KIDS UNDER 14 without parent. Fair enough. Next to that sign it said: NO ALCOHOL. Found out the two couples WORKED at the resort. Reported it to the owner, who said she would "look into it" but she knew who it was before we even told her. We will NOT be back and encourage everyone else to avoid this "resort".
Nice resort in the heart of Bakersfield. Across from new car lots which use annoying loud speakers during the day. Very quiet at night. Excellent pool and spa. Pleasant restaurant with excellent reviews, but we did not use it. Spacious spots with easy hookups. We enjoyed our stay here and would return.
Very nice park with friendly staff. Clean uncluttered sites with some trees. Beautiful pool and large grassy area. Close to the freeway but no freeway noise. We could hear the trains but they were not disturbing. Staff seemed to avoid putting coaches together to allow privacy, which we thought was nice. We would stay here again visiting the Palm Springs/Palm Desert area.
Terrible park unless you're a boater and don't care. Park was only 25% full but they crammed us all together in one section. When asked, they told us they lump all the reserved sites together. If arriving w/o reservations you can park wherever you like, first come first served. Shuttle driver was put out that he had to take us to the casino. The pool is on the other side through the casino. UGH! Very dirty and dusty. Firecrackers and fireworks sold adjacent to the park and allowed in a field adjacent to the RV park. Very disappointed. Would not return.
Only game in town if you want to camp right at the Canyon. The sites were narrow but not too close to each other. The picnic tables are cemented in so large rigs struggle a bit to get in. Ours was a pull through but we couldn't turn the corner due to the cement curbs. We are a 40' plus toad. I went up one row and backed the rig in. There is not too much for kids unless hiking or bike riding is their thing. Every morning Elk visit your campsite and there are lots of Ravens. Reservations are a must during the summer due to the large number of visitors. We would stay here again.
Very nice park. Convenient to Petrified Forest, Painted Desert and Four Corners. Lots of things to do in this area and this CG is convenient as a home base. We had two active 10yr old and the playground was excellent although dusty. The pool was cold but refreshing. Breakfast and Dinner available but we did not use them. Weather was perfect. No freeway noise. Friendly staff and they tried to space out the campers so you did not feel crowded. We would stay here again.
It doesn't get much better than this. There are spacious sites, heated pool, 2 spas, free laundry all available 24hrs a day! The Casino is about 3/4 mile away with free shuttle service every 20 minutes. A paved trail surrounds the park. They just installed horseshoe pits near the clubhouse. There are free newspapers and hot chocolate. We will be back.