Stayed in the upper section (for transients) for 3 nights. Sites were roomy, sites and streets paved, small dirt islands between sites with native grasses and trees 18 to 35 feet tall. WiFi worked great at office: I was the only one on it. Laundry room in an old rail boxcar had clean restrooms and showers. Young women in the office were pleasant and helpful. After reading several negative reviews about this park, we were a little apprehensive. However it was in the right place for our touring, and we would certainly stay here again if we happen to be in the area.
Although the park is a no-frills place, it had several pull through sites, and friendly staff. The interstate highway is close, but we had no trouble sleeping, possibly because the humidifier we run at night makes enough white noise to drown out traffic sounds. It was a very convenient place to spend the night with easy in and out access. Would definitely stay there again.
This is a fairly new park, and everything looks new and clean. It appears to be more of a winter snowbird park, but had several sites for transients, and we paid the PA rate. Came in after hours, but the friendly and helpful staff came right out to check us in and lead us to our site, which was a back-in, but very large. The near WiFi was being worked on, so we used the system at the clubhouse. The WiFi worked great, and the clubhouse was large and tastefully decorated. We would definitely stay there again.
We have stayed in this park many times as this is our second go-around with Coast to Coast. We have a 40 foot motorhome with a motorcycle rack that adds another 3 feet of length. We flat-tow a new Subaru Forester. Today we are in one of the upper sites, but have stayed in some of the lower ones in the past. The sites are terraced since the park is on a mountainside, so they appear "narrow" but we have plenty of room for our slide outs and park our motorcycle on the side. Getting to the upper sites is not a problem if you follow the directions given when checking and and clearly marked along the way. The scenery is pretty, with nature trails through the pinons that lead to the office and give our dog plenty to sniff along the way. Just before getting here we stayed in a park with longer and wider sites - sounds great but it was just a flat parking lot - choose your poison wisely. Yes, as in many parks, the WiFi is only accessible near the office, but it works great - probably because everyone in the park is not trying to download movies simultaneously from the comfort of their rig. The staff has always been great to work with. It's typically 6 to 8 degrees cooler here than in Albuquerque, making it quite pleasant. We've stayed in many parks in New Mexico since 1980, and always choose this one when we're in this area.