6 Parks near Clovis, New Mexico
Mar 2016 - $14.00
The sites are mostly pull-through. All are gravel/dirt as are the roads. The RV sites are water and electric only; no sewer hook-up. As others have mentioned, the dump station is not operational. There are several sites that have shade trees and are quite pleasant. I believe these are all 30 amp. There are a few 50 amp sites. These do not have shade trees. They do have a covered concrete pad with a picnic table. The sites are wide and long. The 30 amp sites are shorter, but appear to offer more length than is listed on the park's website. There is a stocked fishing pond. There are (2) handicap 50 amp sites with concrete pads. There park is about 12 miles from Clovis and may be 3 miles from Portales. It is truly an oasis in the desert. - Phaeton_Owner
Nov 2015 - $14.00
A park in the middle of pasture country. It does have trees and a three acre lake stocked for fishing. Not a place I would go out of the way to see but they do their best with what they have. My main complaint is the dump station has been out of service for over a year. Area around it is dug up but looks like nothing has been done for quite a while. - fander
Oct 2015 - $14.00
I put $20 in the envelope because it was worth it. The next morning the park manager came and gave me $6 back. I told him it was worth the $20 I put in the envelope and told him to keep the money and put it in the park fund. He refused. I told him I will be back around the 2nd of Dec. If you are in this area, check it out. - larybrandt
May 2016 - $32.00
Probably best park in area - we visited 3 others.
A bit of train noise, but ok for sleep. Located on west side of town and we were visiting at Texas border 10 miles east of city. Great folks. We would stay here again.
The sites are gravel and nearby to one another but are sunny and open. - KAZIMIRA
May 2015 - $24.00
The roads and driveways are gravel and dirt. The rest of each site is grass. It had rained before we arrived and the gravel and dirt driveway had turned to gravel and mud. There was no picnic table.
Sites are very narrow and short. We supposedly had an extra-long site, but it barely accommodated our 35-foot RV, our tow dolly and our car.
The staff (owners?) were pleasant. There are a lot of semi-permanent occupants whose sites are, for the most part, well-maintained. The park is built between a large rail yard and the highway. We had no issue with noise from either the highway or the trains. - BSR
May 2015 - $28.00
Office staff helpful and friendly. Restroom had suffered hail damage and were in the process of repair but were very clean although could use an upgrade. We were in a pull-through that was long but narrow. Our site was 100 feet off of a 4 lane highway and backed up against the railway right of way. Traffic and train noise went down after about ten. Trains only used their whistles three times for short blasts but we still heard the rumble. Campground is adequate for an overnight stay. - Mr. Rick
Nov 2015 - $28.00
Stayed for one night, going to Ca. got a pull through. The place was gravel and sand, very dusty. Lots of migrant oil field workers, staying there long term. across the road a rail road yard where they make up trains, very busy. Good place for a nights stay. I would not stay there again due to train noise and dust. - retiredblade
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Owner is very nice and helpful - family run business. On the east side of town. Town has a great coffee shop near Walmart; otherwise, town does not have much to offer. Campground is mostly contract workers, long term stays; very quiet, safe, easy access in and out. Wi-Fi is fairly reliable; no other amenities to speak of. Office has some very eclectic cats! - alansills
May 2011 - $26.00
Just an OK dusty gravel covered RV park with adequate size spaces. Some train noise but maybe less then the other parks in town. Signage is faint and we called ahead for directions which helped. Wi-Fi slow at times. Owners live on site. - run2
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This park hosts mostly full time residents; they have a very few pads available for overnight or short term. I noticed mostly back in sites with 30amp and 50amp. Our water quality was good; electric was good. This is a no frills park. I did not see any available showers or bathrooms, no playground, no pool, no rec hall or anything else. Our site was small and right next to the road. It was level and we did have some grass. - Kerch Family
Jul 2009 - $25.00
This a small park in a half residential and half industrial neighborhood. The park is 90% permanent residents but it is very clean. All back-ins no credit cards. - bwandwhitey
Jun 2015 - $25.00
A perfectly o.k stop BUT it is right on top of the railroad tracks. The horns were awful and they lessened at night but did not stop!! Would not stay again. - patepies
Jan 2014 - $25.00
Will certainly stay again. This new park has oversized sites. Maintenance on park is excellent. Dog friendly. Stayed during snowy weather. Paved so no mud to deal with!! Manager very friendly and helpful. The place to stay in Clovis NM. - The man
Sep 2013 - $25.00
This is actually a decent park set up like a running track right off the highway. The problem here, like much of Clovis, is that it is right on the railroad track and when the wind blows from the south the smell from the stockyards is nauseating. Nice enough park but just skip Clovis because I don't think you can escape trains and livestock issues anywhere in this area. Decent Wi-Fi and a nice fenced dog run. Also have a small, covered picnic area. Unfortunately, that is the only shade. - austxnaturegal
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Pros: friendly staff, quiet,impeccably clean & new looking bathrooms &showers, conveniently located, some spots have shade.
Cons: our particular spot (#57) didn't seem like much of a spot. It was more like we were parked on the edge of a driveway. Our door opened up to the driveway. No tables. No shade. That particular spot seemed more of an afterthought. But many other spots which seem to be used by long stays, have shade trees, space and are nice. - Ontheroamagain
May 2016 - $30.00
We spent two nights while attending an air show at the local Air Force Base. the park is simple, but all spaces seemed very wide. The bathroom was better than most we have seen - new, clean, and many spaces available. my only concern was that i called for a reservation, but they had not written it down, so we took the last spot that night. Staff was really friendly and helpful with local details. - brewerted
Mar 2016 - $30.00
This park has several seasonal residents but park is maintained well and clean. Located on the north side of town off of the main north/south street, it can be missed if not watching for the small sign. The park was quite and located far away from the many dairy operations on the south side. There are individual combination shower/bathroom rooms that are spotless. They have a few pull thru sites that are easy access. This is a great place to spend the night. The staff is super friendly and helpful, but the office is only open in the afternoon. However, they do answer the phone throughout the day. - AstroDave