1 Park near Capulin, New Mexico
Sep 2016 - $16.00
Price reflects two nights using Passport America. Side by side pull thrus and a few back ins. Can be set up where one RV can be on 50 amp and another on 30 amp using the same pedestal. Will then have to share the same water spigot, which happened to us on our 2nd night. Although didn't have any problems. The owners were very friendly, able to get our 60 foot combo in without unhooking. All gravel interior roads and sites. Close to the highway so is some road noise. Internet was great and best of all no campfires allowed. - Tallboy
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Stayed here for an overnight stop while passing through the area. This is an excellent park for an overnight. Website is helpful - owners very friendly - good service. Sites are all gravel - mostly pull-through with a few backins. Lots of room to stay hooked up for overnight. Water, Electric, Sewer all worked well. That is, until a late arrival parked next to us and for some unknown reason, plugged into the 30 amp in the same pedestal that we were plugged into with 50 amp. Once they got up in the morning, our Progressive tripped every 5 minutes. I'm guessing they were cooking or turned a space heater on or something, drawing down our power enough to kick off the Progressive. Funny, I always put a Y on the water before my pressure reducer - they even connected to our water instead of the one designated for their site. We were able to get satellite just fine. There is a laundromat on site.
Anyway.....great park....highly recommend for an overnight. - FireFlyer
Jul 2016 - $29.00
This is an oasis on an otherwise long road with few services or towns between Raton and Clayton. Most of the sites are pull-throughs and are very level. Other than water, electric, and a dump station, there are no other amenities. Some sites have better satellite access than others. This is a good overnight stop. The onsite owners are very friendly and accommodating. Calling ahead for a reservation is probably a good idea especially on holiday travel periods. - Trailbuddy