This was a perfect campground for an overnight stay. The host was friendly and helpful. Signs led us off I-20 directly to the grounds. This campground had clean restrooms, strong WIFI, and cable TV. So, for the price, it was a good value. The site was easy to pull through and well-lighted. This was valuable since we arrived late in the evening. The road noise was not as bad as was described in another review, but it was evident. We plan to use this campground in the future.
This is a fair overnight stop with clean restrooms and grounds. Cable TV is an extra charge, but the Wi-Fi was good. The typical nightly rate on our last trip was around 23. This place is over 40% higher so the value lowers our rating. We rode our bikes down to dinner; therefore, it is convenient to Route 66 diners.
This was a perfect for overnight stop for us. The manager was here to greet us at the front office. But, be sure to have cash or check on hand. The site was easy to get to, level, and simple to pull through. WiFi was strong. Picnic table was at our site. Lighted walkway to the bathhouse. Clean bathroom and shower although there was an slight odor. No cable, but local TV was available. Quiet campground.
Good campground if you are self-contained (portable toilets and showers at the paid spa). Friendly staff. The desert trails were worth the stay. Ask for the map and bring water and your GPS. We used the spa after 6PM for $15 a night weekdays. So, for $35 a day, we had cool pool, hot tubs, mud pools, steam and sauna: with relaxing views of the desert, and comfy camping. Bike rides around the river was nice, too. If the campground had sewer hookups at each site, this place would be a 9.5. Using the central dumping station was OK, though. No cable and that's OK. Wi-Fi was OK by the office and pool: not in the campsite. An ethernet run and wireless router by the campgrounds would be a good idea for management to consider. Reasonable drives to Espanola and Taos. Nice place!