4 Parks near Farmington, New Mexico
Oct 2006 - $22.00
Good Sam rate. Entering the park from the highway is very difficult. Exiting may be troublesome for 5th wheels. The sharp angle may put the pickup bed into the 5th wheel. It appears that 32' rigs might be the upper limit. 50 amp is extra. Sites are very close. We have to step around the sewer hookup of the next site to get out the door. Located next to a horse track. - Mel & Karol
Sep 2015 - $25.00
It's a quiet, full hook-up park with no frills. Dirt roads, some gravel, fairly level, semi-shaded sites. Park is alongside the river. Mostly pull-throughs. There are a number of permanent or semi-permanent rigs. Park is located behind the fairgrounds & the race track/casino areas. No wifi. No restrooms or showers. Cash or personal check--no credit cards. Works fine for us for 3 nights. Not a destination campground, but few (if any) are in this area! - User2356
Jun 2010 - $25.00
Well, well, where to start? For openers I should have known I was in trouble when I checked in and ask if there was a discount for Good Sam. The gentleman's response was to give me a blank stare and ask Sam who? This place, nor any other in Farmington that I saw, could classify as an "RV Resort". It is basically a few acres of sand and dirt. The interior roads were made because of use over time, not by design. There is nothing that marks individual spaces; no outside tables, not a blade of grass anywhere. One reviewer mentioned gravel sites and well maintained. WRONG!! No gravel, no maintenance, no anything except space; but they did have water, 50 amp, and dumps. What more can a guy expect for $25.00/night. After paying in cash I was instructed to "pick a site, any site that is open". The two different gentlemen that I saw operating the park were very nice guys and offered to help in anyway they could in directing me around the great city of Farmington, the golf courses, and fishing areas. - Jack Tennant
Sep 2008 - $25.00
We stopped here after having changed our plans for a another campground. Pretty bare bones park: all gravel and dust with a few small trees. Check-in staff was friendly and helpful. No restroom, shower, or laundry facilities; there was a porta-john down the lane. No cable TV, WiFi; cash only. Not a place we'd stay again. - Meanderman
Mar 2016 - $25.00
New owners are very helpful and courteous. Just right for taking off on day-long visits like Chaco Canyon or Mesa Verde, not really a campground to stay in all day. Gravel sites with picnic table. Street noise dies down around 9pm. - Philomath Oregon
Apr 2015 - $25.00
This place was just fine for a night, but you wouldn't really want to 'camp' here. The whole place is dated, and it's in an industrial area, but we found it a perfectly acceptable place to stop for the night. Our pull-thru site was long enough that we could leave toad attached to our 30' rig; much appreciated. Bathrooms were dated but very clean. The ol' owner has been a railroad enthusiast for 30+ years, and has a full train set outside the office that's the highlight of the place. He also casts & paints his own metal figurines - very cool. Takes cash only. - Jolly Out There
Nov 2014 - $22.00
Good value. Sites are mostly level. This is a gravel rv park with no grass. No cable but adequate over air tv. Restrooms are very clean, safe location but a little hwy noise. Accommodating host-owner with many suggestions for things to do. Close to town-Sams, etc. Perfect for a day or so in the area. Only a few full timers but hardly noticed them. Clean and neat park! - grizd
May 2015 - $20.00
With over 450 sites, there is almost always room a this nice RV parking area at the San Juan County Fairgrounds. Level gravel parking, with electric and sewer at each site, and an easily accessible dump station, and for only $20 a night. The office staff was very friendly, sharing information about places to visit and road conditions, and the 24 hour security is a welcome addition. There are some sites down near the river and a large pond, but we avoided that area since we stayed during a rare rainy time for New Mexico. A few miles to town with all the services, and a good base to visit Chaco Heritage National Monument and the four corners area. We will definitely stay here again. - lostinspace
Apr 2015 - $20.00
Easy access to the site.
No sewer, but good dump station.
Level sites, very quiet when we were there, with several pleasant river or lakeside hookups, which took you away from the activity on the fairground
Staff very pleasant, 24 hr security.
Nicest place we found to stay in Farmington, not likely to get booked out, with over 500 hookups.
We would definitely stay here again.
We did not use the shower/toilet, but overall the center and offices were kept clean. - The Tpyeist
Jun 2011 - $20.00
Ok park with not many shade trees. Stayed here because it was within walking distance of a Casino. - rocknrollnrver