This park would be fine for an overnight stay. Clean restrooms, but many sites have permanent residents and were a bit shabby. Park is just off highway, but road noise wasn't noticeable at night. WiFi was good.
Nice setting with large trees, clean and quiet, but roads and spaces were very uneven, and the showers were some of the worst I've seen. You get 2 minutes of hot water for a quarter, then you had to get out of the water to add another quarter. There was nowhere to set clothes or shoes out of the water. Odd set up for pull throughs meant my RV door was directly across from my neighbors door, about 5 feet away.
Rate reflects Passport America discount. A beautiful campground on the edge of the Santa Fe National Forest. Great hiking trails, well kept grounds and amenities. Sites are well-shaded and well spaced. The Wi-Fi was pretty poor however, and my Verizon MiFi didn't pick up any service. I would stay here again.
Beautiful park with trees, lawns and a fishing pond surrounded by hiking trails. Spaces were large with many with trees and shrubs, but not level. Roads within campground are rutted dirt, but passable. Bathrooms were clean, but need an update. WiFi signal dropped pretty often, but my Verizon MiFi worked well. There was some noise from the Army base in the distance- helicopters, gun range, what have you, but not enough to create a disturbance. I would stay here again.