As others stated, this is a small park located just three miles from Taos. The sites are gravel, and somewhat unlevel, but leveling our rig was easy enough. The bathrooms (only two) were large and very clean. Check in was completed the next day, as we arrived on a Sunday, and the office was closed. The park is gated, but not too sure it really helped for security, since there's no fence around the property. This park is just a few miles from the Rio Grand Gorge bridge, a must see, as well as the 'Enchanted Circle', a nice two hour scenic drive through the mountains and Red River. Wi-Fi was very weak, but our Verizon card worked well. The laundry has one washer and one dryer, $1.00 each. We would stay here again if in the area.
Due to a cancellation, we were able to get a large pull-thru site at the front part of the park. Our site was level and gravel based. Other sites at the back of the park were much smaller, and looked to be fairly unlevel, but had many shade trees. The laundry area was dated, but very clean. There were ample machines. We did not use the bathrooms or showers, so we don't have an opinion on them. The park has a huge dog run. The folks that work there are out going and very friendly. Check in was a breeze, and they escorted us to our site. Watch out for bears. We didn't see any, but were told that they were in the area. The board fence at the back of the park was damaged from a spooked bear trying to escape the park. They had Karaoke one night while we were there, but shut it down at 10:00 PM, in observance of quiet time. This is a great location for visiting Durango, Silverton, and the Million Dollar Highway to Ouray was the most scenic we've experienced. The Durango to Silverton passenger train goes by at least twice a day. That's a great photo opt. If in the area, we'll stay here again.
This was a very nice park, with beautiful views of the Sandia mountains. All sites are pull-through, but some leveling is required. It's a great location to see Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Bandelier. The tram to the top of the mountains, and eating at the High Finance restaurant, is a must. The workout room was in a bit of a mess, but I blame the users for most of the problem. There are many fulltimers, but most seem to keep their sites tidy. There's a Wal-Mart within walking distance, about a 1/4 mile away. There is a casino about 1 mile from the park, but no shuttle. If in the area again, we would stay here. Our rate is based on a weekly fee, with staying six nights, and getting the seventh free.
This is a nice park. Very quiet, and centrally located between Carlsbad Caverns and Roswell. The sites are gravel, but mostly level. No shade, although trees have been planted for future shady spots. There are no picnic tables, which we missed. The sites are very wide and long. This is a refinery town, so expect many oil patch residents, although they are very quiet, and keep their sites very clean: no trash anywhere. We would stay here again if in the area.
Good place to be close to the casino. The shuttle comes by your site every 20 minutes, 24-7. For a newer park, the sites weren't very level, but no big problem. We'll use this park again, if in the area.
This is a great place to stay while checking out the sites. We were in site #20, which is a pull-through (sorta). These pull-throughs are actually front to back, and not side by side. The owner/operator keeps this place up really well. He and his sons often fly their RC airplanes, and really put on a show. The runway was just outside our front door. We were planning on staying just one week, but extended another week, because we really like it here. We would certainly come back, if in the area.