2 Parks near Fort Sumner, New Mexico
Sep 2016 - $16.00
A nice little RV Park, nearly empty at the last week of it's season. Utility hookups were at the opposite end of where they should have been. We initially chose a site that was next to ours, but some campers, apparently part of the later mentioned crew noted below, had stowed their gear in the patio enclosure.
Very nice patio enclosure over the picnic table. It was our bad luck to be across from a multi generational family with a pricey motor home with small continually yapping small dogs, millennials with profanity laden vocabularies, and a gal who shrieked at me for walking to the restroom at 6AM - past their site, "who are you?!" NM plates, for those that wondered. On their fancy rig and blue SUV.
I only had a flashlight, so I was displeased to find no light switch in the vault toilet. Vault toilets being what they are, night darkened toilets are ever so much worse. Too bad that NM can't summon up the necessary funds to capitalize on their state's tourism attractions. - Dondi-496
Jun 2015 - $14.00
Great little park in the middle of seemingly nowhere. Good stop off as we were heading to Santa Fe. Only 30 amp but sufficient this time of year. The host was very nice and came by to ask if we had everything we needed. I gave the site a 3 due to hookups of some sites were on the opposite side of the coach otherwise would have been higher. Would definitely stop again should we pass through the area. - mlbarry
Jun 2015 - $18.00
We reserved ahead with Reserve America, paying the extra fee of $8, however there were campsites available with hookups with no reservations needed. We had a large level graveled site that was big enough for 2 vehicles, a tent, a boat and our trailer. Down a few steps was a covered picnic area. I didn't check out the bathrooms as they were a pretty good walk up the hill. We stayed in the Pecos loop but next time would probably try for the East loop which was completely empty during our visit. The only down-side is that if you have a boat, the ramp on that side of the lake is closed. But the Campsites there are more scenic than many in the Pecos loop, however no reserved sites on that side. Beautiful lake, close to historic Fort Sumner. Would go back again! - Bernalillo_Girl
Mar 2017 - $20.00
This campground had no frills but a great place to stay overnight. This place is in the middle of town but very quiet at night. Large pull thru sites, level and wide roads make this campground easy in and out. Self pay box at the entrance. There are a few permanent sites here, but they are kept very neat. Great wifi. Verizon Mifi had only 3G signal. AT&T cell and data worked. - jhav
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Easy in and out of long sites. Other than that it's a basic RV park with no amenities. No cable as the cable company in this sad little town went out of business. WiFi is excellent.
We would not hesitate to stop here again if we were to ever visit this desolate place again - which is unlikely. - The Penguin
Oct 2016 - $20.00
No frills, but doesn't pretend to be a resort. It's a really convenient stop, though, with large pull-throughs with full hookups and 50 amp service. The only problem I had (and I checked several sites) is that all hookups are at the very rear of the site, so even with my long cord and sewer hose, I could not leave my car hooked up and still make them reach. The owners are super nice and I asked Don about this. He said the original intent was for mobile homes only when they first began construction years ago, so that was not taken into consideration at the time. Still think it was a great deal and wouldn't hesitate to stay again. - Journeyer