Date of Stay: September, 2010
We normally avoid KOAs because they are expensive and don't seem worth it. Some are nicer than others, but they all seem to want to charge a lot. We stayed in a W/E site only to save some money or they would have wanted about $40 to stay in this tree-less, not-that-attractive park. This camp advertizes "free Wi-Fi" but when you try to use it, it's not available. If these parks can't afford a system that will support their campers, they should not be able to advertise that they have it!
Date of Stay: August, 2010
This campground advertises free Wi-Fi, but when we were there, we constantly had trouble accessing it on our computers. The camp host said it was our problem, but we didn't have problems in most other campgrounds. For $30, I expect to have Wi-Fi and have a campground that's free of weeds! It was convenient to Albuquerque (15-20 min) and relatively quiet even tho I-40 is nearby.