This is the only big rig park in Santa Fe. The 3/4 mile walking path and large dog run are great! Downtown Santa Fe is about 7-8 miles away. We have stayed in three parks (on Cerillos) in Santa Fe and this is by far the nicest.
This is a great overnight park. They keep it extraordinarily clean. Our AC broke and they were able to call Clawhammer RV & Appliance repair. They were able to come out and fixed it within hours. Were very professional!
This is the closest park to King Ranch. The office people were very nice. The electrical hook-up at our site was in need of repair to the point of being dangerous. There are lot of permanent people here.
This is a great overnight park for I-10. The owners are very hard workers and the park is in excellent condition. We stayed here last year about this same time and the park was in the same condition as it is now.
Pros: It was quiet during the week. We were not there on the weekend. Large spaces, some designed so that two RV’s could have their awnings together. It is close to the National Forest. This place would be great for family reunions. Cons: The entrance is a little tricky. This was and still is a place for a lot of tent campers and lots of children. No local TV stations, No cable, but satellite reception was fine. Internet service is to the front half of the park only, No cell phone service (you are truly in a hollow).
The good things were all the hook ups worked and the site was fairly level. The bad was the road inside the park, the highway noise and the general up keep of the park. If you need a park on Texas 6 and you are very tired use this park. If you want to spend time in the area I suggest you find someplace else. There are single rooms for rent at the front.
This park and the owner are great! To get here you have to go down Main Street. If you are arriving at a busy time this can be hazardous because of all the pickup trucks angle-parked. Go slow and take your half out of the middle. If you have dogs, watch out for the stickers.
This is a 5/10 park until you see all the other parks in the area. It is all gravel even the dog walk. It is easy to find, it is across the street from a 30 ft. pistachio and a winery. The hours that somebody is in the office is 10-4.
The campground has narrow and very steep roads. In the back section we scraped the tow bar on the way out. As long as they are not busy it seems like they try to leave a space open between motor homes. The sites are built up rocks. You are still over a mile to the shows. You are close to the Roy Rodgers Museum. The Managers are friendly and helpful.
The park has a lot of friendly people who are escaping the cold of the north. The pull through in the second section are large enough for a large RV with a tow. It is a little run down but there are new owners and they promise improvements. The only down side is that you can hear road noise from I-35.
This is a well kept campground. There is road noise. There is a concrete plant next to it. You have the "chirp" of the back-up horns going off in the plant in the morning. It is not designed to entertain the kids. All in all it's a pretty decent park for the area.