6 RV Parks near Waterflow, New Mexico
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Not recommended for travelers/ vacationers. This is a park for working, long-term residents who just need a place to sleep at the end of a shift at the local mine, power plant, or hospital. It has no amenities; just sewer, power and water.
Do not bring children here; there is too much "junk" lying about to tempt them. Pets allowed off-leash but keep them in & safe at night: there are coyotes about.
Price reflects weekly rate and I would stay here again in a heartbeat, since what I do (scenic/landscape photography) resembles "working". - Old Mountain Man
May 2012 - $25.00
When we found out the RV park we were planning to stay at was closed we went Googling for another and landed on this one. We were tired. We'd already had a flat and a long day. The owner met us near the highway and lead us in. We would have never found it on our own. The park was gravel and level but dumpy. The owner was very pleasant and even helped us back our trailer into the spot. But this is an overnighter when you are tired and need to stop and nothing else. - Arthur M.
Oct 2013 - $25.00
This is just what is says - a no-frills RV park. Sites are full hookup, gravel and level. Park is clean, comfortable, and the owners take good care of it. Owners are friendly, helpful and professional. Additional full-hookup sites were being added. Even though it is located in a commercial area, there is a privacy fence around it and we felt secure. We took day trips to Shiprock and Durango. We even went to Four Corners. Rate listed is based on a short stay; lower rates are available for weekly or monthly stays. We would definitely stay here again. - talktek
Jun 2016 - $30.00
The staff were very helpful and friendly. Park is pretty much a gravel lot. Spaces are fine and the bathrooms/showers some of the best we've ever seen. Except for a short timer on the water for the showers. They have a fenced dog run but its hard packed dirt and too small for our big dogs. In a somewhat seedy part of town. - SFhappy
May 2016 - $35.00
A fairly new park. All gravel sites. Super wide sites. Great cable and wifi. The laundry and restroom/showers were new and the best I've ever seen. Very little road noise. - Hard Rock Fans
Oct 2015 - $35.00
We spent 5 nights. Drive way and sites are gravel and large number of the sites were taken by local workers. Not all site are level. The RV park is a block from the highway and was quiet for the most part except when the workers left at 5 am each morning. Restrooms and showers are new and very clean. The new laundry was completed during our stay but we didn't use it. The park host was very nice and helpful. If you are just traveling through or wanting a base camp this park fits the bill. We would stay here again. - chamaman
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Short time new owners. Clueless. There was a note on the office door with our name and a site number. I walked the campground to find the site # and found the back-in on the perimeter, with dog droppings all over the asphalt RV pad. After clearing the site I backed in and hooked up. Owner apologized when we pointed out the problem. There are many long-term residents, not much clutter. Basically a large parking lot with many overnight RV'ers coming and going. Parking for tow or towed is limited. I don't think we will be returning. - SilverBear
Oct 2016 - $30.00
New owners. They are very knowledgeable about the area and really want your time in the area to be enjoyable. Then there is the park. It is big enough for my 45 ft MH and toad but the park is looking tired and it has some long time renters but their rigs are OK. If full the nice wide turns might not be so wide and easy as the roads are somewhat narrow. I would stay again and use as a base for touring. - peddy dick
Sep 2016 - $15.00
I stay here on a monthly rate. I had a great spot and the owners were very friendly. Had my dog with me and they have a nice dog run that is all fenced in. - jsteph
Oct 2006 - $22.00
Good Sam rate. Entering the park from the highway is very difficult. Exiting may be troublesome for 5th wheels. The sharp angle may put the pickup bed into the 5th wheel. It appears that 32' rigs might be the upper limit. 50 amp is extra. Sites are very close. We have to step around the sewer hookup of the next site to get out the door. Located next to a horse track. - Mel & Karol
Sep 2003 - $20.00
We found this park to be a pleasant stop for several days as a base camp for local attractions, especially for our long day trip into Chaco Canyon. It is true that the sites are very close and the entrance is steep. We did not experience any exposure to loud noise during our stay, and we found the office personnel to be quite helpful. We were given access to a modem in the office, and we were also given a free copy of Woodall's Directory for the eastern states. There was also a very nice spa available. We would recommend this park as a base camp, although not for a total camping experience. - kayleigh
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This over 500+ sites RV park resides within the San Juan County fairgrounds which also contains a racetrack, stables, convention center, and casino. There are numerous sites to choose from, the majority have power and water although there are plenty of dry camping sites as well. We were there for the Labor Day Weekend and virtually had the whole place to ourselves. Check-in is at the onsite county office and there is 24 hour security making the whole experience all that much better. We were able to choose any site we wanted and were allowed to park across several sites.
All county employees were very friendly and helpful, and the casino had a nice sports bar and restaurant, where we were able to dine and watch our favorite college play football. 50 amp power and water provided at the site was satisfactory, didn't use onsite bathrooms or showers. The entire San Juan County facility was very well kept and for a nominal $20 nightly it was a great overall experience. Of course there are other RV parks in the area, but having literally acres and acres of un-occupied, tree-lined sites to choose from, some right along the river, I can see no other place to stay for future visits to the area. - Gary Sanders
May 2016 - $20.00
If you're in the Farmington NM area and wondering if there will be any place that will have room for you and your RV, McGee Park will probably be able to get you in. They have 576 sites with power and water and an additional 200 sites for dry camping. We spent 6 days here and loved it. We had a site down by the river. In fact we had about 2.5 sites because they told us that the view would be nicer if we just parked sideways to the lines they had drawn to mark the sites. The power boxes are different in that they either have a 30 amp and 20 amp hookup or a 50 amp and 20 amp hookup. I didn't find any 30/50 plugs in the same box. The 50 amp sites are scattered around the complex just look for the box with a 240 volt sticker they are generally near the power pole and meter panels. If there's nothing going on at the fairgrounds they leave 2 handicap bathrooms open for showers. If something is going on they have large shower rooms to handle the dirty masses. If you get there during business hours you can pay with a credit card, cash, or check in the office. If you are there on weekends or after hours you can pay with cash or check. There is a small fee for using credit cards that the county charges to recoup cost. There's not much in the way of shade at the sites no fire rings and few picnic tables. Most of the sites are paved but the ones in Area 5 down near the river are gravel with gravel roads. We had problems with mosquitoes in the early evening and I imaging during the summer it could get bad. If you are here when they are near capacity the sites will be pretty close together. They had a dog show, horse races, and a carnival going on when we were there on a weekend and there was no crowding issues. As mentioned in previous post they have onsite security that patrols at night, a sheriffs substation and a fire station on the same property. We'd stay here again in a heart beat. - pumper9x9
May 2015 - $20.00
With over 450 sites, there is almost always room a this nice RV parking area at the San Juan County Fairgrounds. Level gravel parking, with electric and sewer at each site, and an easily accessible dump station, and for only $20 a night. The office staff was very friendly, sharing information about places to visit and road conditions, and the 24 hour security is a welcome addition. There are some sites down near the river and a large pond, but we avoided that area since we stayed during a rare rainy time for New Mexico. A few miles to town with all the services, and a good base to visit Chaco Heritage National Monument and the four corners area. We will definitely stay here again. - lostinspace