This is the lot for RVs at the Old Settlers Park. Sites are very close together but functional. The nearby historic buildings provide the ambiance lacking in the parking lot. Was very crowded and difficult to negotiate when we were there - not enough room to pull out with our car in tow, so we had to pull forward to load up. In spite of that, this place was value-priced and quiet.
This park is very close to I-69, but surprisingly quiet and peaceful. It looks like a new park that may need more gravel on the sites. They were quite muddy on our March stay. To adequately use the pull through spot, and get our vehicle out of road, we could not reach the sewer connection. The restrooms and showers were new, clean, and well-heated on our cold and snowy stay.
Easy access campground from the highway. A lot of mud, but maybe this was the time of year. Restrooms were reasonably clean, but no soap provided. Interior roads had several pot holes but sites were level with mostly gravel.
Reasonable over night stop. Value priced and easy on/off the highway. Large pull through sites. No additional amenities or facilities. You pay at the nearby cafe. This may have been unusual, but with the rain we got as we were trying to leave, our site was ankle deep in water. Some improvements to drainage might be needed.
Very large sites with generous pull through length so you can actually unload your car and still park it easily on your lot. Also nice width to comfortably sit outside. Some highway noise, but generally feels like quiet, out in the country. Nice large lake and level roads and sites. We really enjoyed our stay at this place with room to breathe!
We stayed here in overflow parking, so only had electric hookup. Staff was helpful. Restrooms old, dated, tired, but reasonably clean. Sites by the river looked shaded and pleasant. Close to the highway but quiet.
This is a mixed park model and RV park. The clubhouse offers numerous amenities, with an active wood shop, sewing room and jewelry making shop. The heated pool and spa were wonderful, well-maintained, and open most of the time. Many activities were available if you cared to participate, and both residents and guests were friendly and welcoming. The staff was also great. They were always willing to help and resolve any issues or questions. RV sites are available in the entrance rows and further inside the park. Seemed like the further in sites had more room for a tow vehicle and dolly. There are few pull through spots, but the staff helps to get you backed in to your assigned place. This resort is right in town, but was amazingly quiet. It's convenient to shopping and site seeing, but very secure with gated access for both foot and driving traffic. Everything is well maintained and clean, including restrooms, showers, public areas and streets. Great park!
The entire RV park is gravel - roads, sites, beds, parking, etc. This was my first trip to New Mexico and I've never seen this, but it actually works well for the environment. It makes negotiating a large RV with tow vehicle very easy, and kept everything very clean. We had planned on just an overnight here, but stayed for 3 nights. We liked this park and got used to the frequent train noises - not too bad. The rest rooms were immaculate and well maintained. Each shower stall has a bench, multiple hooks and towel bar - what every shower should have! Laundry facilities were in great shape. Really enjoyed all the articles on the walls about local history, sites to see, and events in the area. There is an indoor, heated pool which was again, in great shape and well maintained. Areas to walk in the back are large and still fenced. I really appreciated the great job done by cleaning and maintenance people!
We stayed here passing through, and this was a nice overnight campground. Easy access on/off the highway and within the campground. Sites were level and good size for a pull through. There was a very nice view of the valley at the back of the park. Owner was friendly and helpful.
We have stayed at this convenient park several times and never had any problems. Owners are friendly and helpful. Sites are wide open and navigable. The park is fenced and seems relatively secure considering it's city location. Restrooms were clean and well-maintained. Laundry room has large machines that are clean and efficient. Interior roads have several large potholes, but I guess that slows everyone down. There is a considerable amount of noise from traffic and a nearby business. We stay here because of its location close to family, but there is no real landscaping or nature in this park. It's a decent place to stay if you need to be nearby.
This was on overnight stop on a trip through the area. We arrived around 6:30 in the evening and left around 10:00 in the morning. We never saw anyone in the office, so left payment in the night deposit. This seemed much over-priced for a winter stop over. The water in the restrooms and showers was freezing cold, so in my mind, the showers were not usable at this time of year.
We have frequently stayed at this campground while in transit through Indiana on I-69. It is further away from the highway than we usually stay for just an overnight, but it is worth it. Roads in, out, and around are comfortable for our 35' RV with a tow vehicle. The pull through spots are extra long and comfortable. Power hookups are fine. We really appreciate the owners' commitment to stay open year round, but can't comment on water and sewer connections or rest rooms. We are coming through in the winter when these are closed. This is a clean, quiet, well maintained place with friendly, knowledgeable, involved owner/operators. We always enjoy our stays here.