Date of Stay: June, 2015
We are snowbirds and visited Caballo Lake RV Park on our way from AZ to WI on June 3, 2015. This park is a well kept very quiet park with 19 full hookup, 30/50 amp, pull throughs, able to handle large rigs. The cost was only $15 per night with electric charged by separate meter when you leave. It is very conveniently located just off of I-25 between Truth or Consequences and Deming, NM. It does not offer a store, laundry, or bathrooms (which people have in their own rigs). It does have a magnificent view of Lake Caballo and the mountains behind. It does have an area set up with outdoor games and a fenced dog walking area. We understand it borders the state park and has a path right into the state park. We were very pleasantly surprised by the owner who hosts a happy hour every day on her scenic shaded patio or in her home from 4:30 until 6. She is a most gracious and interesting host and even puts out her own appetizers. She had about 20 comfortable rockers with drink tables and cocktail tables conveniently placed for everyone to visit in a circle. We were able to visit with some long term residents, a couple from England, and a couple returning from Mexico who had started an orphanage there. What an interesting happy hour! We didn't have time to participate, but hear that she offers free tours of the attractions in the area. We hope to include this RV Park in our future trips to and from AZ and to take in some of the attractions like Shattuck Vineyard, the classic old west ghost town of Chloride, New Mexico's Hot Springs, the Geronimo Springs Museum, some gold panning, and the many other historic and scenic attractions of the area. We hope to make our stops several days long. We highly recommend this unique park. We hope that you, too, will be very pleasantly surprised.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
We first came to this park for a couple of days, then weekly, then monthly, and this year for 4 months. It is a guarded park with 300 sites of which 50% are park models, 25% are mobile but rented annually, and 25% are for drive-in guests. There are a multitude of activities available and all guests are invited. Most activities are free and are led by volunteers. Sites are gravel, but have a cement patio and a blacktop driveway. All of the streets are paved. The sites accommodate big rigs, but are not huge. The park is well maintained with a pool, hot tub, ballroom, pool room, library, card room, craft rooms, shuffleboard courts, horseshoe pits, and many other facilities. The park is lovely and the people are magnificent.
Date of Stay: January, 2014
Beautiful park, immaculately kept, with fruit trees on just about every site. Beautiful pools, exercise room, and clubhouse with a TV and free table games.