Our 40' Motorhome broke down in Las Cruses, NM and this RV Park/Motel was the closest to repair place. The RV park was just so-so to look at. But, we had to use their "Inn". I will tell you to LOOK AT a room before you pay for it. Lesson learned. This motel was a dump. The office girls were friendly enough, but when you needed them, the "Be back in 15 minutes" sign was up for one half hour. We paid for two nights ahead of time. Upon entering the room, first impressions was "Uh, it's okay, I guess." Two queen beds squished in the very small room that also contained a dresser topped with TV, tiny refrigerator, & tiny microwave. Sink & dressing room had one dim light bulb in the spaces for three and no light switch. What? Oh, it's over at the front door! Bathroom was old, old, old. Toilet flushed if you held the handle down the entire time.
Did i say no closet???!!! Hang-ups went on the shower rod. AC was noisy, old & left room damp. It got a one star rating because of the office girls friendliness and you can park in front of your room. We walked away from our paid second night and went elsewhere. - Miz Jeanne
This park has become our preferred stop for an overnight in Las Cruces. Very easy access from I-10, easy to get into, with sites large enough that we could keep the tow connected to our 40' motor home. Level, gravel sites with good hookups, good free WiFi, and quiet at night - all for the Passport America rate of $18. Not the best of neighborhoods, but we've never had a problem. - Meanderman
Easy access from Interstate, simple registration, level gravel sites, good utilities and free WiFi, table, quiet and good sized pull thru spaces. Some permanent looking trailers but not trashy. Overall, pleasant experience! - RJourney
First class rating all the way!
Right off I-10 exit 140, this park is what you'd expect an RV Resort in New Mexico to be. Excellent staff in the gorgeous office/store/lobby area. The friendly young man & woman were knowledgeable of the events going on and the area in general.
Level gravel RV spaces were a bit together, but didn't bother us. We had #117 end space for our 40' motorhome, so more room. Some shade from tree gave for nice morning coffee outside. Highway noise minimum. Diesel pusher next to us cranked up @ 7 AM -- ok -- but leaving it running for 20 minutes before they pulled out, was annoying, because I would have liked to have slept a bit longer. Not parks' fault.
We definitely will stay here on next drive through. - Miz Jeanne
Great location with plenty of activities in the area. Easy access and great for big rigs. Traffic noise at night but it depends on where you are located. Not too friendly at the desk. We came in late and they where trying to close up. Need to be signed in before 6 PM. Good place to stay for 5 or 6 days. Make sure you don't face the sun in PM. It gets hot. - Luthersr
Very nice park convenient to everything you'd like to see in Las Cruces. Park layout was interesting. Your neighbor's coach utilities were in proximity to your utilities so neither your neighbor's patio or your patio looked at utilities. Privacy screens were erected between sites. I don't understand why more new parks don't do the same thing. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great dog run. Roads were paved and site was level. We would stay here again. - Cc rambler
Very well landscaped campground. Neat gravel lots. Definitely pay extra to get a view site, it is worth it. Note, when it says it is a "Pull in/Back out" site, that is not and OR. It and an "AND". You Pull in to the site, then have to unhook your toad and back out to leave. Regardless, the view makes it worth it. Excellent cable tv channels. Good Verizon service. - cmgoeke
Pretty and quiet, groomed gravel sites. Easy in-n-out. Good overnight stop. - Redbird1417
Nice quiet campground with an actual groomsman who goes around every day raking the gravel. This is in no way a fancy resort type campground, but a very good place to stay in Las Cruses. No railroad noise. It seems most RV parks love to locate near freeways and rail road tracks. This is next to neither. I did wonder about the gravel raking groomsman using a fire torch to keep the weeds in check instead of Round Up, but hey, maybe his method is better. - RFCN2
This is an older park with lots of full-time residents, but is fine for a night or two. Sites and roads are fairly tight - we had a pull-thru, but the car hung out into the street. The manager said "no problem", any other big rigs he'd put in the other end of the park. Pretty pricey for one night on gravel, probably would not stay there again. Also, not enough signage once you get off I-10, but luckily we turned the right way. - creekside
Old unkempt park. No pet area--just go outside of park, in the weeds. Shower area had bugs. - 1yearusa
This was our 2nd visit to Siesta and not much has changed. Still cute, maintained to an acceptable level, more inexpensive than other nearby parks and some of the long timers appear to have relocated; but if you're not going shopping in Mesila or want to be near some really good Mexican food restaurants, you might want to be like us and possibly opt for Franklin SP just down the road to save even more pesos. - pyrthkr
We stayed here Mar 27 - Apr 1 (Fri-Wed), 5 nights. $36/night w/ Good Sam. Site #56. The campground is quite clean and well maintained. Some trees throughout the park, but little shade. The roads and sites are neatly graveled, so it can be a bit dusty. Huge roads through the park and very large sites. You do not feel crowded at all. There are few long term RV's (Snow Birds) in the park that are generally in good condition, although some have accumulated some excess stuff in their sites but it's not unsightly. It is generally quiet, just some minimal road noise and 1 or 2 trains a day, but the train horns are not very disturbing. Our site was on the north fence line. Behind the fence is a towing service which makes associated noise throughout the night. They also have a guard dog that barks during the night. In the early morning the white wing doves make quite a racket; they roost and nest in the trees along the north line. So avoid the north line if you're seeking quiet. The first night we were in the park our BBQ propane tank was stolen. They didn't take the BBQ, or the milk crate the tank was in, or the folding chairs that were leaning against the picnic table. Similar items (BBQ, chairs, tanks, bicycles) are left out overnight throughout the park, but our tank was pinched. Actually this was our first theft in a park, but it still leaves us with a negative impression. The site has 30/50 electric, picnic table, grass area. The water is good quality and about 40 psi. Basic cable is included. Internet is free and good enough for web surfing but not streaming. The laundry has four sets of machines. $1.25/wash. The showers are 4 small bathrooms, just like at home. Toilet, sink and stall shower; very nice. No Pool. The staff is friendly and helpful. Friday is movie night. There were also other activities but we did not partake. The park is located in the city so everything is convenient. - Wiyndog
Large RV park in town. We stayed in the pull-through lane, with no trees. The back in sites are attractive and nicely treed. Water, sewer, and power worked well. The WiFi did not - it was spotty and slow. Good Verizon coverage for our MiFi and phone. Very friendly and helpful staff. Dirt roads and sites with a thin cover of gravel. The recent rains created a lot of mud. - Ray Waugh
The area around this park isn't the best, and we were a little hesitant pulling in. But the park is very clean, extremely well-maintained, and the office staff friendly and efficient. We didn't see a lot of long-term residents like you see in other parks and the RVs here were newer and in good condition. They also have a good-sized fenced dog play area that our dog enjoyed. There's a large supermarket down the street. We would definitely stay here again. - Pull Toy