1 Park near Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico
Nov 2015 - $34.00
The RV is easy to get to from I-25. There are a lot of pull through sites. We were able to get a site that was long enough to keep the toad attached to our 39 foot coach. Level, traveled sites. There is lots of room between sites. Each site has a picnic table on a concrete pad with a cover. There are 2 small lakes next to the campground that you can walk around. They have a shuttle to the casino and the casino has restaurants. Good WiFi. Great southern view for the satellite dish. They do not take reservations but there were a lot of sites available. - Ludmilla
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Very nice park near a nice casino (about 1/2 mile or two minute drive away). Two fishing lakes, stocked with trout and catfish, are in the park (only catch and keep, no release). Bathrooms are spacious, warm and clean. The park is by a rail line which has a light rail service to Albuquerque and Santa Fe. A day pass is $8-11 which is cheaper than driving the 120 miles round trip to Santa Fe. We don't mind the trains going by. It's only the light rail and Amtrak, so not that frequent.
The spaces are large and level pull-throughs. Yes, the grills are strangely placed. Given that you're out in the desert with its clay sand, it would be nice to have concrete pads or thicker gravel, but otherwise a really pleasant park and extremely convenient. - Joanna Koss
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Quiet park next to two fishing lakes. A few full-timers that needed their sites cleaned up. Nice lady at check-in. Non-campers are allowed in to fish the lakes for a fee. The days we were there, there were quite a few people fishing. Roads can get very dusty. Casino is half a mile away but there is a shuttle. - Bat Rider