This serves as a park for some seasonal campers, but they were all very clean and the grounds were well cared for. We just pulled in for an overnight stay, had a very long pull through site that was level and we didn't have to unhook. It's a little tricky to locate, but is very close to the town center so the town of Fayetteville is accessible. There is a good sidewalk for walking and the park is off the road enough so that it's quiet. We would definitely stay here again.
This was "excellent" for us though it is not a resort type park. No amenities like some parks have, but everything we like. The owners are very nice and helpful with anything you need. We like to watch traffic so we could see cars, trucks, campers and motorcycles coming and going on Highway 7, so we were happy campers. The owner let us park our motorcycle trailer right beside us even though it took a site and did not charge us for it. The campground is quiet except for traffic and is in a country setting. There are four small drives that enable walking in the evening for exercise. Birds are plentiful for watching as well. We had excellent AT&T cell phone service. We most definitely will make this the park we'll come back to in this area.
Owners are exceptionally nice and interact with guests. Park located in town so walking to stores and eating establishments is easy. Owner is currently sprucing up park to make it even better. It's one of our favorite places in the area--the weather has been great in summer.
There is no "river" in this park and the owner says "everybody knows the Rio Bonita is dry", but that is not the message when calling for a reservation or on their website. The owner is the rudest person, seems to be asking for local law enforcement to have to step in. I would never go back and will tell everyone I know not to go to this park. The owner says if you don't like it (dry "river", etc) to go somewhere else. He obviously doesn't need the business, so I will make sure I never go back. He just about ruined Ruidoso for several of us--maybe the whole town doesn't want tourists!
Small park, but price is good for the area. Not much in the way of amenities, but has easy access to "Enchanted Circle" area. Sites are a little hard to level up in, but location is right in town and walking distance to everything in Eagle Nest. Will definitely stay again when in that area.
Great park for a state park. Easy beach access and driving to all Cape Cod attractions is easy, plus a nice drive to Boston as well. Staff is not friendly nor helpful, but the other campers were extremely friendly. Would definitely go there again if in the area.
Lake that is located on the property is beautiful with clean, clear water. Staff is helpful and friendly and the sites are level. Electricity is very low so it's not a good choice during hot weather. Location is good--close to Peace Bridge and is an easy drive to Falls area.
The park is located very far from town, but the drive is beautiful. The sites they give to pull-ins are very hard to level and muddy if it rains. The staff is pleasant and helpful. There are some fishing lakes with a lot of permanent trailers set up for weekenders. There were quiet a few teenagers there when we were there. The location is good for visiting the Adirondack area.
Lots of permanent residents and trailers that stay there all the time fill the park. There are a few nice sites for pull-ins and the park is well maintained. We stayed two nights in June 2006 in a fifth wheel and would stay again. Very quiet park.
55+ park. Managers and people in park were all extremely friendly. Access to McAllen and other city shopping is easy. It is more a seasonal park for the same people who come every year, but they make even short term travelers feel very welcome. Sites are a little close, but they all are in the area. The grounds are kept up and the appearance is very eye appealing.