This KOA is adjacent to the I40 (hence there is some traffic noise) and is quite easy to get to. It is a few miles outside town and like most of the town, it has a very run down feel to it. Pitches are gravely sand surrounded by some rather reluctant grass and weeds. There are a few trees but they provide little shade. Most pitches have long views over the surrounding countryside (it is nice to be able to see out). Toilets are clean but tired, the games room was open but most equipment was switched off (not that we would have wanted to use it). We were checked in efficiently to a camp site which was barely ¼ full. The owners provide a food service (we did not need to use it). There is cable on the more expensive pitches but our RV TV system managed to receive a number of channels. Wifi is quite good and worked most of the time. There is an on-site dump but when we used it, it overflowed. When one compares this KOA to others at the same price, it offers a poor deal but there are none any better in town (in fact the others look far worse). So unless you have to stay here, my advice would be to press on to Santa Rosa if traveling west.
Location: United States > New Mexico > Tucumcari
Ranked #1 of 3 Specialty lodging in Tucumcari