Date of Stay: July, 2014
We enjoyed our brief stay here. The new owners are very helpful and informative and seem to take pride in their park. The restrooms and showers were nice and clean. We especially liked the shuttle service they offer to pick you up after rafting down the Big Horn River. Cost was $15 and well worth it. Thanks for a nice stay! We would stay again if coming through.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
We loved this park! The volunteers are very friendly and informative. They must take a lot of pride in what they do. We saw them at the gate and on the trails. The restrooms and showers where the cleanest we have found yet. There are nice hiking and biking trails. Though you feel away from it all, you are close to a large shopping area for necessities or dining. We would recommend this park.
Date of Stay: March, 2014
Being new at RV'ing, we should have checked out the site prior to paying 5 nights. We were given the last spot. We were in the back row with the campers that live there full time. It was an absolute junk yard of old campers and stuff piled up all around. I asked for a refund, which they were unwilling to give, but did move us to a much better spot. Should you come to this RV park make sure you are not in the back row! Regardless of rows, they do pack you in like sardines. Two separate spots had to move their vehicles just so we could back in. Way too close for comfort. As for the "best views" they advertise? Not so much. It is a central location and close to the lake but don't expect a view of the lake like advertised. A plus, the laundry facilities looked new and were very clean. They charge an extra $3/night for 50 amp plus $2.50/day or $12.50/week for internet. Internet takes awhile to get on and sometimes you cannot get on at all. They only allow one device to gain access at a time. Cable is not good either, though we did not pay extra for that. Rate reflects Passport America discount at $21/day but after taxes, internet and 50 amp it was about $28 per night.
Date of Stay: February, 2014
Registration is in the gift shop and when I entered the gentleman behind the counter did not acknowledge me so I finally asked if this was where I was to register. He said "Register for what". I responded "Camping". He asked what I was camping in and I said a 5th wheel. He then said "That is NOT camping! That is RV'ing and next time DO NOT say camping when you are not camping." I was astonished by his rudeness and should have walked right out! He was downright mean. Beyond that, the park was dirty. The ladies restroom/shower area was filthy and looked like it had not been cleaned in weeks. No paper towels, hair & dirt everywhere. Overflowing trashcans. I would never stay here again even if it is the closest RV park to Carlsbad Caverns. Rate reflects a AAA discount.