Small, local park in town. Very friendly and helpful owner lives onsite. Her home is also the office. I called ahead for info & she was very helpful. Dog friendly park (of course you have to clean up after your pets) but no dog run. Large trees on every site. Park is near the main roads and railroad track but very quiet. There's only one site w/50 amp (the rest are 30 amp) and we got it for our overnight stay. It's right next to the showers and bathrooms (which were all a little old but very clean). The price reflects additional $10 for 50 amp; the usual price is $18 for an overnight. No WiFi, no cable TV. The spaces are very very tight. We got in but it required a bit of finesse so it's not really big rig friendly. It would've been impossible to fit if we had been towing a car. We got our slides out but if there had been somebody next to us, we'd be touching. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice, small-town RV park. Privately owned and manager on site. Lake close by. Quiet setting, well-maintained sites, and easy access into makes this park a great stop on Interstate 25 in northeastern New Mexico. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.