I have stayed here before and enjoyed this park. Although pricey for its facilities, it is reasonably close to Boulder, my destination, with easy access to I-25. It offers level and nicely spaced gravel parking spots, a clean pool and even a miniature golf putting course. The water pressure and quality is good and electric is fine; hookups are easy. No cable TV; the wireless WiFi was accessible but intermittent for our night's stay. The grounds seem to be well kept. There is a mall nearby that makes for convenient shopping. It's a very nice park, but for this visit at least, poorly managed. The desk staff was indifferent to customer needs. We arrived after hours and used the night registration. The next day we were told that because we planned to stay longer than just one night, we would have to move to a spot that would not accommodate our motorcycle trailer. We were told we had to park it some distance away in the trailer storage area which cost extra. This would also create an obstacle to a planned early departure on Sunday morning (moving the motorhome to the storage area, hooking up in the dark, and disturbing neighbors in doing so). At this point we decided to go to another park, but when I went to pay for our one night stay, I was told they did not accept checks despite the registration form's indication that was a suitable form of payment. An overall rating is difficult; it's a nice park but the inflexibility of its staff really put me off. I won't go back for my next stay. There are many better alternatives, at least from a customer satisfaction perspective. Sad, because I really liked this park last time.
Not a Destination Park, but it is good for a few nights. Clean park and friendly staff. Overpriced for the minimal facilities available. 50 amp sites are back-in only. Pull-thrus are 30 amp. Back-in sites are asphalt and very narrow. Dump station is available, but a little tight for a big rig. It's doable, though. Nice kiddy playground on site.
You enter the park through the parking lot of the adjacent grocery store's parking lot. Kind of weird, but no real issue and it's noted in the camping guides. The proximity to the store was a real plus with a convenient gate that makes for a very short walk to get any needed items. No need to unhook your vehicle for a quick overnight stay. Friendly staff even provided doggy bone treats for our dogs. This was just an overnight stay so we can't comment on activities and facilities. I'd certainly stay there again
Staff was very friendly. Good, basic overnight park. Didn't seem like there was much to do nearby, although the restaurant (Green River Restaurant) was a short walk next was very good. Plus, diners from the KOA get a 10% discount! A downside for pets is that there is virtually no grass, but quite a few sticker weeds for Fido to deal with. We picked up a few ants during our overnight stay. I would stay there again.
Very friendly office staff. We never had any interaction with other staff. Convenient to Old Mesilla and Las Cruces (although beyond walking distance from Old Mesilla in my opinion). We liked the daily collection and disposal of trash from our site. Water pressure is very high - we measured 100 psi. The notes from the staff mentioned that a pressure reducer/regulator is a must. We stayed for a full week. About half of the days the water had a strong sulfur odor. About half of the days it didn't. The cable TV was poor at our site, but over the air reception from El Paso and Ciudad Juarez was quite good. We will stay there again.
Attractive park. It's owned by the City and is part of the overall Lake Arcadia facilities. We were there off season, but the park was open. The staff at the office knew little to nothing about the campsite. It's run on the honor system off season. We didn't know that and found ourselves stuck on a no-turn around road at the main office and had to back up our RV and trailer about 1/8 of a mile. If we'd been given the information about the honor system when we called (we were told to come to the office instead) we would have avoided the issue altogether. Site was level and there are very nice views of a beautiful lake. No reservations accepted (not sure if this is always the case or only during the off season).
Price was Passport America - cash only. Very tidy park. It's new and in great shape. Someday the trees will provide significant shade. Staff was very friendly and efficient. This is a great park and I will use it again should I ever be in the area.
It's a site that's convenient to Birmingham. Overall a pretty good site, but the detractors included poor asphalt and non-level sites. Drainage is poor; there had been significant rain and quite a few sites were flooded (we were assigned a site high up enough to not be affected). Cable was very poor quality; antenna reception was marginal due to nearby hills. Noisy due to a nearby train and many workers departing in trucks to work early in the morning. Not a bad campsite, but the amenities do not support the price.
We had a one-night stay. The lots are level and the hostess was friendly at check-in time. The entire grounds (except for the dog runs) are pea gravel, not unusual for this area. The grounds were clean and tidy. However a nearby gravel/dirt road carried a lot of traffic and my rig and motorcycle (in an enclosed trailer) got quite dusty. Laundromat was so-so. While I was there, another guest complained to the manager about a dryer not putting out heat. The manager's response was "nobody else has complained." Can't say if the guest was correct or not, just didn't seem to be a very customer friendly response. Cable TV and wireless internet were adequate. Quite a bit of noise from I-10 and a nearby train. Good enough for an overnight but I wouldn't want to stay there for a long period. Felt it was priced above its value.