Date of Stay: January, 2011
A converted old drive in theater. Free coffee every morning during the winter. Friendly staff but mostly permanent residents and snowbirds. Maintenance and upkeep are in need of attention but I would stay here again. You get what you pay for and I feel you get your moneys worth.
Date of Stay: September, 2010
I stayed here in a motorhome for 3 months while volunteering with NPS. This place is just great, and everyone who lives here is the friendliest people you will ever meet. Person at Doc Campbell's Store is very helpful. (jmho) The jacuzzi may or may not be hot enough for some, but for my money I'll walk down the hill to the hot springs on the river and have 3 pools to choose from with the river right there for cooling off!! Camp beside the pools for 5 bucks (no hookups) and that includes the hot springs. Great place to stay, and I will return. As noted earlier - anyone with a big rig will want to use Hwy 35. Hwy 15 from Silver City is narrow, no center line and with many switchbacks.
Date of Stay: September, 2009
This is a new RV park that is barely a year old. Each site has full hookups and the Wi-Fi works very well. All sites are large with amble room for very large rigs. The staff is very friendly and helpful. This is a family friendly park that welcomes snowbirds but does not have permanent residence like many other parks I have been to. There are lots of trees for shade and lots of trails for hiking.
Date of Stay: August, 2009
One of the nicer State Parks around. Didn't like the bulkhead around the lake. You can't get down to the water! Water level is about 6 feet below the ground. Otherwise this is a nice park with lots of trails.