This is an older campground under new owners who are working hard to refurbish it. Expect improvement with each visit. There are pine trees throughout the park. A stream runs through the park. Sites are gravel and level. It is about 1/2 full hookup and 1/2 water+electric. Deer and turkey roam around the park. A mountain fishing lake is nearby. Downtown Ruidoso is about 7 miles south. The town of Lincoln where Billy the Kid roamed is nearby. Since the park is in a valley there is no phone service until you are back out on the highway. There is free Wi-Fi. We spent 11 days here and it was a pleasure getting to know the owners and camp workers. This will be a destination campground for us.
Well organized park with little or no ambiance. Pricy for the area and offerings. Wi-Fi is pretty slow and the cable was fuzzy . No grass or shade. OK for a couple of nights. Near Old Mesilla and good restaurants. Tax is thrown in on their advertised rates.
Small, neat campground at a very good price. All gravel and the road/site surface turns to clay when wet. No grass or shade. Our site was mostly level. WI-Fi was slow but adequate (We were put on the back row.) Host was very friendly . Not a bad place to stay if you are traveling through on I-10. Make sure you have directions to the park.
Price based on monthly winter use. Close to being the perfect campground for our needs. Staff and neighbors were all friendly and helpful. Excellent facilities for pets. Rig washing is allowed. Camp store and propane were very competitively priced. Easy access off of I-35 but in a rural area. Beautiful city park within walk or bike distance. Grass and shrubs between most sites. Owner accepts checks or cash only. Suggest having reservations. Only suggestion would be to upgrade the Wi-Fi with another broadcast point.
Sites are adequately spaced pull through with grass. Wi-Fi is excellent. Advertised store is non-existent. The overall appearance is of a facility that is on hold waiting for new financing. Buildings are starting to deteriorate. Workers are not seen in the camp. Wonder if the place will last much longer.