We called for a reservation but the manager said it was not necessary. It was a good thing because we did not stay there. It really looks run down from the front and was not well maintained. There was a hand painted sign out front that was in need of updating. We drove past and turned around for a second look. Most of the trailers staying there looked run down and were clearly full timers. I found the previous reviews did not match what I saw. We would never stay here.
This is a clean, safe, campground in Tucumcari. There are not a lot of choices. And this was not our first choice. However, after pulling up to our #1 choice we came back to look at Cactus RV. The owners are super nice and friendly. It was about to storm so they told us, and the people in front of us, to go ahead and hookup before the rain. The sites are clean and level. We had good internet and cable. You can walk to Del's Restaurant which came highly recommended by trip advisor. There is an old hotel that surrounds this place but it is on the National Register for Historical Sites. It adds a little flavor. You need to keep in mind that the town of Tucumcari is not thriving so don't have the same expectations. At $16, it was better and safer than a shopping center parking lot. They honor PA and Escapees.
We almost did not stop here because of the reviews but we were tired and the other parks in the area had worse reviews. We stopped about 6pm and were pleasantly surprised. The staff was friendly even though my husband had pulled in the wrong way and blocked the entrance. They were very patient with us. Their cable had been out a couple of months ago but they now have satellite through the cable hook up. The do have wifi. There are two areas with full time trailers but most are in a different area. There are plenty of sites for nightly stays...at least 15 were empty at the late hour. We felt safe in this area of town. If you are looking for a place to spend the night this will do the job.
This was quite a treat. Very much a resort. Most of the sites had grass and a tree. However there were some sites without grass so I would ask if that is important to you. The pool was very nice. We enjoyed our visit.
The rate of $30 was for dry camping in tent sites. They were full but did offer the dry camping. The park shuttle does stop there. Some of the sites had a tree or grass but towards the back it was an all gravel parking lot with hookups. I would not stay there again. Not because of dry camping but because the staff is not friendly and it is too expensive. There are several others that are just as nice. We got up early the next morning and found a site in the park for $7.50.
The rate is for Coast to Coast exchange. The park has new managers and they are doing a great job. They are friendly and knowledgeable. We were given great directions to our next stop that saved us lots of time. The park is beautiful, plenty of shade, large spaces, well maintained. We would have stayed longer if we had the time. There is a small lake that you can walk down to from the campground. Our GPS could not find it but we used the directions from the website.
This is an excellent campground. The owners are friendly and extremely helpful. They lost many trees during the flood a year ago and have worked very hard to get the camp going again. The sites are grass but level and there is plenty of room between sites. The Wi-Fi worked great. There were no permanent residents except the owners. Conveniently located off the interstate.
This is nothing more than a parking lot. Units are parked so close that there is barely room for a picnic table. We were parked between two run down permanent trailers. One had plastic covering the roof and a bungee cord to keep the door closed. We stayed inside as there was nothing outside to see except dust and gravel. There was a small grass area that was a combination playground and pet area. We also saw a port-a-john but did not know why it was there. The cable tv did not work and neither did the wi-fi. I would not stay there again.
This is a privately owned park. The owners are a lovely couple, very friendly. There is a small convenience store. Two washers and two dryers. The parking is on grass but we had no problems with our jacks. The is a small lake/large pond for fishing. Very clean and neat campground. This is what I had been hoping for. We are new to RV and the first two sites were trailer parks with a few sites for RVs. This is a campground, lots of trees, and peaceful. The location is easy access to I-95. We will definitely come back.
This park is not being maintained and rules are not enforced. The maintenance man has two ratty trucks parked in the grass along side of his boat. His dog is tied up to the boat with no one outside. Many campsites look trashy. People have freezers, refrigerators, couches, multiple tents, shelving, and other home items outside of their units. They have pet areas but they are full with boats and trailers. Filthy old units look as if they have been abandoned. It is a shame that better care is not given to this park. The location is great and many nice people come for the summer. The pool area is nice. This could be a 7-8 if the rules they state in their brochure were enforced. Great potential but for now I cannot recommend it.
This is a nice wooded park. The parking pads are adequate but in need of updating. Sewer hookups are for their permanent residents but the pump out is free and easily accessible. They will come to your site to pump out for $6. It is safe and all permanent campsites are well maintained. It is true that part of it looks like a trailer park, and the very back part has some very long term residents, but it is located near the dismal swamp trail and the staff is friendly. Pool closes at 8-- a little early for hot summer nights. Good Sam discount available.