Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $25.00
The pull thru RV sites are long and easy to get in and out of. The main attraction of this place is the hot springs, which are nice and well maintained. There is no TV or wifi, and cell service can only be obtained on one side of the park, due to a big hill between there and the rest of the park. We camped at Faywood Hot Springs in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
It is a long drive to the nearest towns (Deming or Silver City), so plan accordingly. City of Rocks is very close and worth a visit.
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $41.00
Very interesting and funky park. They are known for their natural hot springs! I believe they have 13 separate pools that range in temperature from 101 - 114 degrees. The people were very friendly. They have a number of camping areas, and some of the hot tubs are clothing optional. As long as you don't mind soaking next to a wrinkly, naked, old person (wait I just described myself); it is a very interesting park. The sites were very basic with dirt and some uneven roads and sites. This is definitely not a KOA but a nice alternative, and I really liked the hot tubs that were all fed from natural hot springs, and the temperature was regulated by the tank system in the park. We rode our bike about 2 miles down the road to check out City of Rocks State park. We camped at Faywood Hot Springs in a Motorhome.