Date of Stay: March, 2010
The back portions looked very nicely kept. But we were in front row next to the street, fairly loud traffic all night & a large dog barked all night too. Wi-Fi was very poor. Only 3 channels available on the bat wing. There was no one answering phones or in the office to complain to. We left after one night, had planned to stay 3 nights.
Date of Stay: February, 2010
Small mom 'n pop operation. Park is far closer to Brenda than Salome. Few frills or glitz, just pretty functional. Improvement are happening 7 days a week. They are very friendly and accommodating. Power, water and Wi-Fi are well setup. Cable TV works well, but has fairly limited channel section, due to the cable co, the other nearby parks have no better selection. Many 4 wheeler trails surround the park, maps are available at the office, they lead groups 4 wheeling to the abandoned mines, rock piles and other desert thing to do. LaPaz county is 78% BLM land. They have a space to work on your rig if need be and sometimes lend tools. Our traveling companions and us traded rigs while here. The tires were low on both, manager brought a portable compressor right to our site. After trading my MH for a 5ver, I could not tow my pickup and 4wheeler, so they stored it right next to their house 'til I got back to pick it up.