The rate is for water+electric pull-thru. Although this is an older park, once a KOA, it is well kept and clean. It is convenient to Taos and easy to access. Road noise was not an issue. WiFi service was marginal. Workers were friendly and helpful. We liked that the landscaping kept much of the native sagebrush intact.
Beautiful campground in the Ponderosa of the San Juan National Forest about 6 miles from Durango (1.5 miles of gravel road). 31 sites can be reserved; 14 with electricity. Friendly camp hosts keep the modern vault toilets very clean. Basic rate is $19/night (half off with Senior, Access pass) plus $5 for electricity (no discount on that). Great hiking from the campground, including the southern terminus of the Colorado Trail.
We have stayed here several times and have rated it higher in the past. This time it was nearly full with a trailer convention. Although we had a reservation for months, we were given a site in the far north area of the park. Wi-Fi, which is important to me, was unusable at the site, though it was acceptable in the public area of the office. Still, we like the place and will return.
We have stayed here several times because it is convenient to the wildlife refuge and is often on our traveling route. It's a funky place, behind a family home; an open, gravel area with hookups but no frills. The refuge has great hiking, and the burgers in San Antonio are hard to beat. We will stay there again when in the area.
We were surprised by the quality of this facility and the scenery. We were able to call and contact a camp host to find out that there were sites available. The sites were paved, some more level than others, with lots of space between them. Large, clean restrooms with showers. Rate reflects Senior Pass 50% discount. We will stay here again when we pass this way.
We had an early morning ranger-led tour at Carlsbad Caverns, so we needed a site nearby. This one worked for us. No problem with registration; the man at the gift shop was helpful with a suggestion for a good hiking area. The site was narrow with a shared table and shade structure. The combination toilet/shower room, which we did not use, was austere and not inviting. If our unit was not self-contained, I would have to lower the overall rating.
This is the place to escape the hustle and bustle of the big cities (even the small towns). Just a few yards from the Rio Grande, this no-generator campground is ideal for bird watchers and folks just wanting to relax. Thankfully, we stayed in a site shaded by large cottonwood trees. Daytime highs were in the upper 90s with lows around 70. Our fellow campers were quiet. The campground gets lots of day use from birders. Some may intrude on your site but most respect the invisible boundaries. The price reflects the National Park Service's Senior Pass rate (50% off). We'll definitely return, ideally when the temps are a little more moderate.
This is our favorite RV park in west Texas. Staff always friendly and helpful. Sites are large and mostly pull-thru. Communal areas always very clean. Location on the north side of town is convenient to shopping, local attractions as well as Fort Davis National Historic Site and the Davis Mountains to the north. We stay here prior to visiting Big Bend National Park to the south. Basic cable channels (no PBS) and wifi included. Wifi was slow (but being worked on) during our stay. Paid for 6 nights; the 7th night was free.
We intended to stay several nights at Pine Springs to get in several day hikes but the weather forecast was nasty with lows predicted in the single digits. The campground is fairly high elevation and its location in a canyon opening creates windy conditions most times. Still, it is a national park and a beautiful area. As has been stated, RV parking is on an asphalt parking lot with most sites adjacent to one another on the slab. The price reflects the 50% Senior Pass discount. The park rangers were very friendly and informative. We will return when the weather improves.
Rate reflects 50% Senior Pass discount. We have stayed at Squaw Flat many times and love the campground and the Needles section of the park. Some of the 26 sites are small and best suited for tents. Others, including 2 handicap sites, are long enough for practically any rig. As has been mentioned, a few sites have significant dips that require caution when backing in to avoid scraping. Sites are well separated from one another. The campground fills quickly during the spring and fall. No reservations. Overflow camping is allowed outside the park on BLM land. Water is available at the toilet facilities. Don't count on cell service, Wi-Fi, or over-the-air TV. This is a remote and beautiful area.
We used Brantley Lake SP as a staging area for our visit to Carlsbad and Carlsbad Caverns National Park. While is it 12 miles north of the town and another 30 to the caverns visitor center and cave entrance, it is a quiet and pleasant place to stay (at least in the off season). The sites are inexpensive and well maintained with resident hosts.
We have stayed at Enchanted Trails several times when visiting or passing through the Albuquerque area. It has always met our expectations and needs. Located on the far west side of the city just off I-40, it is convenient to new developments and services as well as the Petroglyph National Monument. Its retro appearance as well as its location on old Route 66 add to the fun character of the place.
The park is in a beautiful desert setting. Sites are far apart, with low vegetation providing a real sense of privacy. The pads are large and paved, and the adjacent ground is regularly cleared and raked. The bathrooms, although unheated, are very clean. The campground connects to several hiking trails that go farther into the desert. The park fills frequently in winter. Reservations advised.
At first glance the park's layout seems odd, but it works fine and there are multiple hookups at each site, very helpful for sewer connection. On most sites, when freezing temps are expected at night, water is turned off in the evening and back on in the morning. It's an older facility with dirt pads and concrete patios. The restrooms were clean but could use newer fixtures and some paint. Wi-fi worked well, and the staff/hosts were very friendly and helpful. This was our second visit, and we will stop there again.
Very convenient location in Santa Rosa with easy access to Sonoma County wine country. Located on open, gravel site with a few trees that might provide some shade in summer. Gravel not much fun for our dog, but several grassy parks nearby. Bathroom was clean but in need of upgrade and fresh paint, especially the showers. Staff/hosts were friendly and helpful. A good value for the price.
It is an adequate overnight stop and convenient to I-5. We arrived after the office closed and self-registered, calculating the Good Sam discount as best we could. The friendly manager charged us a bit less in the morning. Older facilities but the common areas were clean. Long-term residents around the perimeter of the facility, but it seemed quiet and secure. Wi-Fi was not accessible from our site which was well away from the office.
Friendly, helpful staff. Nice location on the Tualatin River with some long-term residents. All sites are very well kept with extremely clean baths and laundry rooms. Relatively easy access in spite of a steep downhill when entering the park. We'd definitely stay here again.
Lovely setting just north of Tucson with numerous hiking and horse trails in a desert setting. Great area for birdwatchers. Excellent facilities, although the bathrooms are unheated and can be chilly during the winter. Be aware that nighttime temperatures can be in the 20s in January, 10 or more degrees colder than Tucson as the mountain area cold settles into the park. Plenty of over-the-air TV for those who enjoy that. Shopping, restaurants are just outside the park.
We love this park. Very popular. It's important to make reservations well ahead of time, although there is overflow (dry) camping near the entrance station. Beautiful desert surroundings with easy access to the Phoenix metro area. Only complaint is that the unheated bathrooms can be chilly during the winter.
We stayed here three nights. Nice place on the east side of the metro Phoenix area with easy access to and from freeways. Staff was friendly and we were escorted to our site. The perimeter is filled with long-term (seasonal) residents. Wi-Fi was fine at our site, and over-the-air TV reception was good with many channels. Pool and hot-tub available though we did not use them. We did use the laundry, which was fine.
We spent a week at this lovely park right on the Colorado River. Although full, it was quiet (pre spring break). Our site had water and electric hookups. 17 sites have sewer too (call park for site numbers). Grassy areas for walking the dog. Great desert hiking. Friendly rangers, volunteers and fellow campers. We look forward to going back next year.
We spent 9 nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our visit. I imagine that in the summer it's a totally different experience with day-use boaters, but it was quiet and relaxing in February. Beautiful views. Shopping in Peoria is about 20 minutes away.
Sites were adequate for an overnight. As previously mentioned, sewer connection is uphill from pad. I was able to work around by manipulating the hose, but the drain at my site was clogged and overflowed. Check before using.