Date of Stay: September, 2014
We spent five days here waiting on repairs to our truck and found this park nice. If you have pets, this is a great park as it has a fenced pet area and is also right next to a local hike and bike trail where you can walk for miles with your pet. The laundry room has a number of machines and the pool is covered each night to keep it warm. The cable channels are limited and ABC goes dark during prime time. If you have satellite on your rig, some trees may block your signal. We recommend that you do not take site 30, as your front door will be only 6" from the road in and out of the park. This site should be overflow use only. Other sites are fine. Very close to grocery stores and you can purchase gas/diesel/propane in the park.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
We found this RV park by chance and will never forget our stay here. The owners are fabulous and gave us great advice on things to see and do around Torrey. The park's backdrop is towering red rocks with Boulder Mountain on the other side. Large sites with fire rings, picnic tables, and good Wi-Fi. They have a nice gift shop and carry some groceries, ice, firewood, etc. No specific area for a dog walk because there is a nice perimeter suitable for any pooch. Also very close to numerous trail heads. We were originally planning to stay five nights but ended up staying nine because we liked the area, the park, and the people so much. Will stay here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2013
Park has many nice trees and areas that separate tents from RVs. Did not use bathrooms or laundry. Some road noise. Had to rig platform to drain waste water because their sewer was too high for proper drainage. Wi-Fi was mostly not working and dog run was small, fenced in litter box. We had several folks around us who let their dogs run loose and use our grass patch as their potty station. We mentioned it to the front desk but we found dog-doo in front of our trailer just about everyday. The park is in a great location and is well cared for. Be mindful of their pricing schedule and they have "holiday" pricing that occurs during local events. We ended up paying $53 for a Sunday night because a marathon race had been run earlier that day. Would probably not stay here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
This is actually a decent park set up like a running track right off the highway. The problem here, like much of Clovis, is that it is right on the railroad track and when the wind blows from the south the smell from the stockyards is nauseating. Nice enough park but just skip Clovis because I don't think you can escape trains and livestock issues anywhere in this area. Decent Wi-Fi and a nice fenced dog run. Also have a small, covered picnic area. Unfortunately, that is the only shade.