2 RV Parks near Fort Sumner, New Mexico
May 2017 - $14.00
This is a very nice state park campground in a beautiful high desert grassland area with great views. Sites are very well spaced. Few trees, but all sites have a shelter over the picnic table. Mesquite Campground on the east side has views of the lake. At $14 for a site with water and electric, this is a real bargain. The rate includes a day park permit. Note that only a few sites have 50 amp. Dump station available. - jwppagosa
Apr 2017 - $4.00
Nice park. Most sites have a nice view of Sumner Lake. Main road is paved but campground roads are gravel. Nice dump station. There are 5 or 6 different campgrounds. Some primitive and some with water and electric. Appears to be only 30 amp sites. Great sunrises and sunsets. Lake would probably be good fishing if one has a boat. All sites have a covered patio... some are three sided adobe structures. - jprisbe
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
May 2017 - $20.00
Great place for a quick overnight; not a destination type campground. Level enough that we didn't even put down the jacks for the night. Good power and water pressure. Would stay here again if in the area. - D&K
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
Jan 2017 - $20.00
For my requirements, park is perfect. easy in, easy out. convenient. Very informative museum 1 block away. Gas and diesel available close by. Small grocery available downtown, I block off hwy. Pay in drop box at entrance. - Bill Calvert