This campground is just now in the process of reopening after the Corps of Engineers flooded it under 8' of water in 2011. The owners are very nice trying real hard to get it back up and running. Not all the sites have all the services. I am not sure they have 50 amp service. The camp is lacking in several ways because of the flood, but I would highly recommend if you are in travel mode to stop in and support them. It is close to the freeway, but far enough away to not hear it. We got all of the major TV networks over the antenna.
The previous review is still accurate, except the cost went up $1.00. The bathrooms were not open, and they did offer us the use of a hotel room to take a shower in. We used it as an overnight stop while on the road. The sites are in various degrees of disrepair, not all full hookup sites where fully functional. It appeared that all RVs that showed up were able to get full hookups.
This is no longer a Passport America campground. It is still shown by Passport America on its primary site, but if you go to the deleted campgrounds, it shows it is no longer a member. We were in travel mode getting in late, so I did not look further. The cable has major over the air networks only, and the Wi-Fi was not working. Probably an OK price for Williams, but for me it was overpriced.
Simple park no frills. Great manager. The park is older but they work to keep it up. They mowed the lawn twice in the week we were there. The Wi-Fi worked great. Would not hesitate to stay there again.
This is a nice campground in the part of the park we enjoy the most. The campground hosts were outstanding. To save water we go to canyon to take our showers and do the laundry, and very nice facility. There are showers available in Mammoth, we have not used them. We stayed here for two weeks and loved it. We will definitely return to this campground.
I can understand where the previous raters come from. But: I will say that the dog run is the best we have seen on our travels. The staff is nice, cable TV was just a little lacking in clarity, internet was good. Overall this is more typical of what we find in the crossroads of middle America. We would stay here again.
We stayed here last year for an overnight and chose to do it again this year. This is a Forest Service campground ran by a contractor. Great campground. Fishing in the area with a pond that people fish in within walking distance. Hiking trails take off from the campground. Family friendly area.
I like everything about this park except, we were next to some very rude full timer residents. They pretended not to be there when we needed their car to be moved to make it easier to back in, and again when we could not leave. They suddenly were there when the tow truck pulled up. Management was responsive. Yes we would stay there again because of convenience, but management needs to deal with the rude occupants.
This campground is operated by the Springfield Park District. Great location close to the President Lincoln sites. The camp host was friendly. Lots of trees and spaces between the sites. Really enjoyed the our one night there and wound not hesitate to go back there again. Nice and quiet.
We stayed here with Passport America. We really, really enjoyed our one night visit. They keep this park up, and everyone was pleasant. Lots of seasonals and they were very friendly. Highly recommended.
Clean park, and friendly people. The electrical is a little weak, the circuit popped a couple of times getting the temperature in the trailer down. It is 100 degrees outside, might have something to do with it. Wi-Fi works signal is weak.
USFS campground under private contractor. 9200 feet elevation give or take. Beautiful country. Camp help very nice, and keep a clean campground. Lots of sites deep enough for my 49 foot long setup to fit in comfortably.
Everyone at the front was very pleasant and helpful. WiFi had excellent speed, and place was clean. They seem to be trying real hard. Yes my dogs did pick up a couple of thorns, but what is new in southern New Mexico. We plan on using the place again in our travels.