Really just a field in back of the restaurant. Services are very old, but adequate. Wi-Fi is spotty. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Park is right on the road, but traffic is minimal. We would return. We camped at La Tinaja Restaurant and Trading Post in a Fifth Wheel.
We were so shocked about the appearance of this "campground" when we arrived that we decided not to stay. The place looked like a junk yard. The sites were hardly recognizable because everything was full of weeds. There was no person we could talk to. The next standard sentence is not true, because we did not stay here. We camped at La Tinaja Restaurant and Trading Post in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $18.00
We wanted to stay at a campground closer to El Morro NM, but it turned out to be a really poor one. So we turned around and drove back to La Tinaja. They had a sign outside which stated full hookups. We got very warm welcome by the owners mother. The site was perfect for us. Pull-through with all the hookups we needed, quiet at night, free Wi-Fi, a gorgeous view and a great restaurant on site. So far they have no washrooms as they have owned the place just for a year or so. It is not a campground to stay for weeks but surely for some days to explore the area. The owner is a Navajo who even speaks German fluently. We will come back when in the area. We camped at La Tinaja Restaurant and Trading Post in a Fifth Wheel.