Date of Stay: November, 2010
Great older city campground with new amenities: bathrooms, showers, pool, and spa. The owners are terrific, always available during normal hours and offer a very, very reasonably priced shuttle service to downtown or the French Quarter. The city bus stops right outside the gates and the rate for that is unbelievably cheap but use after dark is not advised. Yes, there is some noise. The noise from traffic from the street is not noticeable but there is a railroad yard in the back where trains are made up in the evenings. I have ear plugs for "bad" situations and didn't find them necessary for sleep at all. It feels very safe and we were quite comfortable and pleased with our experience here. We positively would stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
An unbelievably beautiful park, the camp sites are nestled into a canyon above Monument Valley with red walls rising almost from the edge of the campground. The amenities are crisp and immaculate and everything that one might need can be found on site or close at hand: laundry, propane, fuel, groceries, car or camper wash, etc, but no alcohol as it's on the Navaho Reservation. One has to watch the cats though, they are very friendly and fast! They like to get into campers and vehicles, we gave one a 17 mile free ride before we spotted her and had to take her back. We highly recommend this place to all travelers of all ilks.