Pass this one by if you can. It works for an over night stop, but barely. We saw many RV's come in and drive out, which is what we should have done. Sites are beat up concrete pads, very close together. Most of the sites were full of mud and water. It is spring, so that accounts for some of it, but most of the sites seem a little below ground level, so become mud ponds. The topping on the cake was when dumping the sewer, which quickly began spewing all over the ground from blockage somewhere down in the drain. Owner (I think) came out, looked at it, said he thought they "had fixed it" and offered us to unhook and move to another site. The place is for sale, and it appears the current owners quit any repairs or upkeep a long time ago. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is all about location. The view is amazing! It's not far off the highway but far enough that you don't get all the noise. The RV sites are behind the Budget Host Derrick Motel, it was very easy to get to but parking was a little confusing. We arrived after dark and that made it more difficult. We saw a sign with an arrow pointing left down a driveway to the other side of the motel that said "RV Sites 6, 8,10,12,14,16" and an arrow pointing right towards the RV parking area that said "RV Sites 5, 7, 9,11,13,15." The sign is very confusing because there is no more parking down the driveway to the other side of the motel. Looking at the way the parking was laid out in daylight I imagine that the sign had probably been moved a little so that it was pointing down the driveway to the motel rather than pointing towards the circle driveway around the RV parking. I believe that the sign was meant to tell you to pull into the odd numbered sites from the left and to pull into the even numbered sites from the right. We didn't realize this when we were parking but we figured it out pretty quickly and it was easy enough to move over a spot. All The sites are nothing more than a slab of concrete with hook-ups to the side. The slabs are literally right next to each other but are staggered kind of like a checkerboard. That's why it would make sense to pull in from opposite directions. If everyone were to park going the same direction there would not be enough room, especially with slides. Even with everyone parked correctly I will admit that it is a little closer than other RV Parks that we have stayed at but it never ended up being a problem for us. We had full hookups, 50 amp service, cable, a strong Wi-Fi signal, and good water pressure. There is nothing fancy about the park but it was clean, a convenient location, and a great value for the area. Trinidad is a beautiful little town and if we are ever in the area again we will stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.