Small Park with very wide sites and located about 6 miles from Taos...great location to visit the town and the area attractions. We stayed a month and very much enjoyed our visit. Owners are very helpful with information about the area and even provided some mechanical assistance with an awning issue we developed during our stay. Our rate reflects the monthly rate of $450. AT&T phone and Verizon air card were great. Park Wi-Fi was OK the times I checked it out.
Modern, newer campground with huge sites. Great views. Leveling could be an issue with some sites but ours was fine. No pool or kids facilities but great for a stay while checking out the Big Horn Battlefield and local museums. Owners and staff very helpful. We had mechanical issues and owner found a mobile tech to fix us up, so we stayed longer than planned but had the help we needed.
Nice place to stay if interested in exploring the area. Several Lewis and Clark points of interest, Missouri Breaks, and the town itself, including several museums. Nice facilities. The newer area has long pull-throughs with plenty of space between sites. Owners are personable and oriented to customer service.
Side by side utilities but because the sites are so long they are able to stagger rigs so there is adequate separation. Loved the area and enjoyed the park. Lots of park models and owner occupied rigs. Some rentals available from individual site owners, both short and long term. WiFi is adequate and no problem with cell phone and data card signals.
Great place to camp if self-contained. Water is available as well as a dump station. They charge $5 to dump if your not camped here. Adjacent to the Green River with several areas for fishing access nearby. Really enjoyed our 10 day here.
Comfortable and quiet. Excellent spot to visit all the area sites such as Valley of the Gods, Monument Valley, etc. Wi-Fi a bit spotty. Bluff is a very small town with limited services but includes a restaurant, gas station, market, etc. Good customer service from owner/manager.
Nice park with good sites but don't pay enough attention to grounds maintenance. Way too many weeds at the sites. Other than that we had a great site. Stayed for a month to see Santa Fe and surrounding area. Rate reflects $600 month fee during high season and includes electricity. While there we checked out a couple of recommended parks in town and felt this was much better.
Good place for either overnight or to see the area. We extended our stay to see the Inter-Tribal ceremonies and to take trips out to various sights in the area. They have good size pull-thru's and can choose 30 or 50 amp sites. New owners are making improvements and quite accommodating. Price reflects SKP and 50 amp.
We're the ones the previous poster referred to that got stuck. Actually, we have a '39 5th wheel and a F350 Ford dually. The dually could get through the mud but no traction to pull anything. Not a place for big rigs and would not come here again with the '39 footer. But: very nice for smaller rigs as long is weather good. Rain makes a goo stew. Manager is a nice guy and the area is gorgeous. Have fun.
Very nice park. Recently got the 5 star Woodall's rating. Easy access to sites. Only problem is barking dogs. They have strong written policy but not aggressive enough on enforcement. Good place to tour this area of the Sonoran Desert.
Nice, well-kept park. Owner/manager assist back-in required. Good spot to access and visit area. Lots to see in area including Tubac, Nogales, Titan II silo, Madera Canyon, Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, etc.
Very nice park. Clean and orderly. Very quiet. Dogs allowed but not a problem with a lot of space between sites and campers here seem to control them well. Great views and hiking. Park was full by early afternoon on a Monday in Feb. Lots of birds. Loved the Arizona Northern Cardinals all around. Would certainly return.
Great Park. Very wide sites. Quiet even tho the focus for recreation seems to be on ATV's. Looks like fun. We stayed here twice for a week with the time separated by a week dry camping north of Quartzsite. I really liked this place and the staff. Also, residents seemed very nice and friendly.
Seems to be a nice place. We booked for a week. Would have given it a higher rating but the pull-through site they assigned to us was across from the pet parking area and we heard too much barking. Also, we could not level on site #46. Seems to be in a hole compared to those around us.
I don't agree with the negative posts. This is a nice place well-suited to be a base for touring the National Parks. Gravel sites that are wide with space for vehicle adjacent to rig and concrete slab at rig door exit. Nice staff. Good facilities. No problem accessing sites. We have a '40 5th wheel and total length including TV is 56'. While I would not classify the park as a "Resort", it is just fine for a visit.
Facilities are quite nice. Fairly wide sites. Good access to downtown Las Vegas. The construction noise is intermittent now with only occasional excessive noise. the reason for the relatively low rating is dog noise. I am appalled at the owners who let their dog out on a leash to bark, particularly early in the morning. Near our site, a long termer had a pen that put her dog in early each morning. The dog would then bark as each of the responsible dog owners led their dogs down to the dog run to do their duty. So, she controlled when we woke up each a.m. Ranged between 6:30 to 7:45 a.m.
Great for a short gambling trip or overnight wait point between Highway 101 and I-5 (using Highway 20.) All paved 20' wide. Tight for big rigs with multiple slides. Quiet winter stop because not many campers. Price is with 25% Escapees discount.