While overall the nicest RV park in the Albuquerque area, there are a few items that keep this park from being a "10". First and foremost, most of the sites have the water connection in a "water meter" type underground setup. You must kneel on your hands and knees in gravel (no grass) and reach almost elbow-deep below ground every time you need to turn the water on & off (think tank flushing). Next, WiFi hasn't been able to connect for my notebook for 3 days now; high winds a few days ago are blamed. Verizon & ATT are both good. Finally, the "continental breakfast" is OK but all carbohydrates (cereal, donuts, bagels, etc.) No eggs or meats. Rate for 50-amp pull-through site was $228/wk minus 10% Good Sam discount. You MUST ask to receive any discounts. Convenient to Camping World across I-40.
Conscientious managers who live on-site and go above & beyond to make your stay enjoyable. The new camping sites are scheduled to be paved shortly, weather permitting. The new restrooms with showers and the new laundry are open with brand-new appliances. A new, second Wi-Fi repeater has greatly improved Wi-Fi reception for the campground as a whole. Kids playground is a work-in-progress with additional equipment coming. Weekly & Monthly rates available.
Local cable TV company for Forks, WA went bankrupt in June (according to campground website), so nobody in town has cable. WiFi is free, but seems to be usable only at sites near the office where the outside antenna is. Friendly, helpful staff. No discounts that I could find. Showers are no longer available.
Friday morning arrival without reservations; they squeezed me into an "overflow" space with no cable TV or WiFi but because of that discounted the price. Park was full all weekend. Tight roads and spaces but park was well maintained. I would stay again.
WiFi weak and unusable at my site (far end of campground). Cable TV not working for entire campground as per staff. Steep asphalt then gravel road; narrow but maintained. Constant Interstate 5 noise. Passport America rate.