2 Parks near Bloomfield, New Mexico
Apr 2014 - $30.00
Stayed here for a month and it was well worth the money. Low weekly and monthly rates. This is a smaller park that is quiet. Lot is all gravel and level, there is no dust. Owners were friendly and easy going. Bathrooms and laundry rooms were kept very clean. We would definitely go back. - CMDENTON
May 2007 - $18.00
This very small & noisy park has mostly permanent residents and sits right on the main thoroughfare. Of the 12 tightly-spaced, thickly graveled sites only 1 or 2 are available for transient RV’ers. The park is apparently full to capacity all year long, mostly with early-rise workers. We called for reservations several months prior to our visit and we were told to “Come on in”. We checked again about a week ahead of our arrival and received the same response. When we arrived, the office was closed and there were instructions to self-park and return after 5 p.m. to check-in. Had another traveler pulled in before us, they would have taken the only remaining site and our “Come-on-in reservation” would be worthless. Not a good system. The hard-working and sincere on-site owners work full-time elsewhere and there is no other employees to staff the office, thus leaving no help available during normal working hours. The owners are admittedly having trouble finding time for all they have to do and they aren’t too worried about filling the 2 vacant sites with travelers. To their credit, they have several improvement projects in process, most everything is in good repair and the park is as charming as possible given it’s poor location. The park offers free WiFi (Lynksys) with an excellent signal & speed. There is no cable TV, showers, or laundry – but it’s “coming soon” according to the nicely-designed, if not overblown, website. The sites are simply too narrow for picnic tables or grills, our 50-amp service was not working and the sites are definitely too short to accommodate big rigs (we backed our 37’ 5th wheel and still-attached F-350 into the end site – which left quite a bit of our rig hanging out into the “street”). We only stayed here for one night and even then it was a definite disappointment. - paulandholly
Oct 2015 - $30.00
First off, the Resort claims to be at 4 corners, which is about 80 miles, one way to get to. Then you have use of the word "Resort". This park is in Bloomfield NM, which is a large player in NW New Mexico's "energy zone"., having multiple refining plants. Energy workers travel to jobs and this "Resort" is about 40% long term residents and the companion "landscaping" they provide. Don't get me wrong, they are good folks and the camp feels safe. The marketing department just needs to change the name to Desert Rose Campground. We stayed three nights to see surrounding ancient culture attractions. Happy to have dry weather as it is obvious the camp turns into mud when rains come. Clothes washers are clean enough for comfort but are old. One is avocado green, hmm, reminds of early marriage appliances. All said, this area is sparse in RV parks and this one is about as good a choice as any near. - Elmo and Gracie
Aug 2015 - $39.00
We had a pleasant surprise when pulling into the park. It is neat looking, the spaces are wide and shady. So shady in space #61 we couldn't pull in as the trees needed trimming. We did find a nice spot and enjoyed our stay. I would give this park a 9 if they would trim the trees and cut a few weeds around the permanent resident's trailers. We enjoyed the pool and the hot tub. Would stay here again. Stayed in a 5th wheel. - Marilynintexas
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is an old KOA. Rate for a 50amp is $520 per month which included electric. Wifi is available and the majority of the time worked ok. We were here for 8 months for a temp. job assignment. Saw 4 different sets of managers and staff. Sites are in desperate need of rock. Not level. There was a picnic table and standalone grill in our site but it was extremely close to our motorhome and it couldn't be moved. Large tree stump right in the middle of the site which was in the way. Run down trailers and modular homes that are being rented out. Cabins have long term rentals that need to clean up the outside. Tent area is overrun with grass and goatheads. Washers and dryers didn't work most of the time. Thankfully there is a very nice clean laundry right down the road. Bathrooms may or may not be clean. Works with minimal staff. Office opens at 8 and closes at 5 the majority of the time. The pool and hot tub are not operational. There is a small area for kids with a swing set. The main office building is in dire need of repair. There is a nice fenced dog park which could use a little repair, i.e. holes in the fence. Old dead trees that have branches break off with a good wind. The water pressure was good but the electricity did go off just about every day. During a storm it did go off at night and guests didn't know what to do as there was no emergency contact number or a member of staff on site.
4 years ago this was a nice park with different owners. The present owner is out of state and has no ideal what goes on and doesn't seem to want to supply funds to bring this back up to a nice park to stay at as we saw now improvements in the time we were there.
We would not recommend this park nor do we plan on staying here again unless there have been significant improvements. Would not be able to overnight without unhooking your toad. - OverThatWayAgain