This park is really tired and in dire need of updates. When things break, they don't get fixed; instead, an "out of order" sign gets hung, and that's where it stays. One section of the campground is being updated with new electrical boxes, but no visible work has been done for 6 months, and the section is still closed. The sites get muddy when it rains; they don't have sewers. What they do have is way too many long-term residents, which adds to the not-very-appealing look of the place. We are Thousand Trails members and generally stay for just one night at the beginning and end of our trips. This park works okay for that purpose, but we wonder why some of our annual dues aren't being used to improve this park. It's way overdue. We certainly wouldn't pay to stay here.
Rate includes $10 reservation fee ($33 a night). Long spaces, about half pull-throughs, well spaced. Campground looks quite new, is very clean. We felt really safe here. Wi-fi worked well. Close to lots of shopping. A little pricey for a county park, but we would stay here again because it's so nice. It probably gets pretty crowded in the summer with picnics and recreation on the river.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount for 4 nights. We got the only pull-through site in the park, and it didn't have sewer. It was next to Neil Creek, which was lovely, but the park is small, with very narrow, windy roads and small sites packed close together. If we had been assigned any other site in the park, we would have left. The manager was friendly and our check-in easy. The Wi-Fi worked well in our space. There appear to be a lot of long-term residents, and the park is in need of maintenance. We will not stay there again.
Sites are back-ins, gravel, and level. A bit close to the neighbors behind, but otherwise the sites are separated enough to be comfortable. This park used to be a KOA. Well-maintained, friendly office staff. Pool and spa were great. Internet $2 extra per day, worked well. Good location, convenient to shopping, restaurants, movies. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate is for RPI members. Very nice park. Huge wide gravel sites, completely level. Friendly helpful office staff. One hour per day of free Wi-Fi. Verizon 3G worked fine. About a half hour to Quartzsite. This seemed like one of the nicer parks in the area, and way less crowded than Quartzsite this time of year. We would stay here again.
We loved this park. The managers and other campers were all very friendly. The park is sloped because of occasional flash floods so the sites are slightly sloped as well but not enough to bother us. There's a slight lack of water pressure that causes the washing machines to run longer than the cycle time if several are going at once. The laundry room is one of the nicest we've seen, with a sink, ironing boards and irons, and even a sewing machine for mending. The Wi-Fi worked well in the clubhouse; we couldn't get it to work at our site and chose not to pay for the Tengo internet service. We definitely will stay here again.
Price reflects Passport America rate. Not a lot of choices of campgrounds in Las Cruces. This place was okay for the price but I'm not sure we would stay here again. Sites are gravel, level. Everything worked well, including the Wi-Fi. But the park isn't in the nicest part of town and the motel that's part of the property (hardly an "inn") looks run down; it has a car with a flat tire in the parking lot that looks like it's been there awhile and some marginal characters hanging out. We double-locked the door. Glad it was just for one night. The park is convenient to Old Mesilla Plaza and museums in Las Cruces. The exit (139) for Motel Blvd. from I-10 is closed due to construction.
Park managers were extremely friendly and helpful. We paid for a premium spot so we could back up to the lake. The park is clean, well run, and secure. They use Tengo internet and gave us a coupon good for a week of the service. It worked all but one day while we were there. We would definitely stay there again.
This is the third time we've stayed here. The park is consistently clean, office staff friendly and helpful. They let us pick the oranges which were fantastic. They offered a discount ($3 I think) for paying cash. Price reflects Good Sam discount, paid for by credit card.
Rate is based on weekly rate of $185. This park, and others in the area, get a lot of "winter Texans" who stay for the season. We didn't participate in any of the activities that are offered mainly for those folks. Our site had a view of the river, and my husband fished a few times. The wi-fi worked well. The park is clean and people are friendly. We would stay here again.
We arrived on a Sunday; the office was closed. There was a list of spaces open to overnighters on the office door so we parked in one of those and left a check in an envelope provided. The Wi-Fi network for the park required a password and there was no one to ask for help so we couldn't use it. The park is fine for a night or two: very basic, clean, well-spaced sites. The price seemed a bit high for a park with no amenities but there isn't much else in town.