We have spent 2 weeks every summer in Red River for 30 years. Each of those have been spent in a rented condo. Until this year. Last week we took our travel trailer to camp at Roadrunner RV Resort. It was an amazing decision. We have already booked a spot for next year! The park is gorgeous, clean, spacious and professionally managed. We stayed in the 18+ area of the resort. It was quiet, peaceful and private. The resort also rents gorgeous cabins! We were so impressed with them that we called our adult children aNd grandchildren and invited them up for a surprise weekend getaway. The cabin is situated along the river where they were able to fish with their kids. The resort boasts full RV hookups, clean, large private shower rooms and a convenient little store. We can’t wait to return!…
My family and I reserved a site for Labor Day weekend. We tow a 32ft fifth wheel with a Ford diesel. Upon arrival, the folks were very helpful. We were placed in a spot near a camp host right on the creek that runs through. They had us pull through since no other campers had arrived yet. When you reserve a site on their website, you put what length, extra vehicles etc you will be arriving with. They put us in a spot that no fifth wheel should ever be parked. Once our fifth wheel was parked there was absolutely no room for our diesel truck. We had to push the fifth wheel over next to a tree as far as it would go and then park our truck right next to our fifth wheel with barely enough room to open our camper door. No room to place chairs outside of our door, no campfire because the truck was parked over it. Once other campers arrived, we were completely boxed in. We were the only fifth wheel placed in this small area. Upon checkout, we were then told we would have to pull out of our spot then back up our rig to get out. The exit was in the shape of a horseshoe. So we would have to reverse into a U turn with other trucks and campers around the edges of the drive. Dumb. There was a large pipe that ran across an old exit and they wouldn’t budge to move that pipe for us. The camp host told us that whatever we did to get out of that spot, we were NOT to touch a tree. So they put us in a spot too small for our rig, wouldn’t help us to get out and they were only worried about their tree. With the help of another camper we were able to get our fifth wheel out but not without the tree scratching the entire length of our fifth wheel. $300 in damages. Never again will I stay at a place so greedy for money, that they will pack their customers in like sardines with no regard to their comfort or safety.…
Poor customer service. Very rude over the phone. Very inflexible with late check in and make no exceptions. Choose somewhere else to stay when traveling as you may not be there before they require and then they will be very rude to you.
We were in site 212 booked and paid for July - August. We had a health emergency and left 19 days early. Disappointed there was not any consideration for a refund. Our site was rented, so they made double at our expense.
There is no denying the beauty of Red River, NM and the beauty that surrounds this Park. The Park is huge and accommodates a lot of spaces so it was upsetting to get the smallest space in the entire Park- I’ll get to that in a minute! There are a lot of pros to this Park including: Walking distance to town (an easy mile walk) Park is clean quiet and secure Full Hookup sites Amenities like tennis and Bball court and a River runs through it. Lots of natural pine trees that provide great shade and a shuttle service into town if you don’t feel like walking the short distance. There are few cons but the main ones are the Park is very crowded and most spaces are tight. Just about every space was booked and no way to move to another. We had space #117, a “premium space” because it is situated along the river. #117 is not a premium space. It is the smallest space in the Park and really shouldn’t even be a space because it is so small (see photos) our 23’ RV barely fit. There are spaces on either side and with the rig next to us with several slides it made for a very claustrophobic stay. Add insult to injury, we paid an additional $20 to secure the space, haha, there is no way we would have been bumped out of the spot because no one else would fit except a pop up camper, maybe! Louie, one of the park staff, was super nice and tried to help us see the bright side by helping us wedge into the space so that we could try to enjoy our stay. Seriously look at the photos and see what I mean. Unfortunately the registration staff was no help and unable to move us to another reasonable space. We would have taken anything else as long as there was more space. But no, we were stuck between two larger rigs with slide outs, three kids and three dogs (we love dogs) that were off leash (not allowed in the park). One of the nights a large pick up truck parked in the entrance to our space and was there for most of the night. We were told by another park staff that it was the camp host so it explains how a large rig with several slide outs was allowed to take a space that was not much bigger than the one we had. We paid $60 a night plus $20 to secure the spot (embarrassed to admit) and while we made the best of it, it was probably not the most enjoyable camping we’ve had. All that said, there are some better spaces at this Park that are worth looking into. I just wish the Park registration and owners would have been more accommodating in our situation or at least offer a discount. Unfortunately camping is in such high demand these days that the Park owners don’t have to be accommodating or nice. …
We stayed for 3 nights and had a great time. The spots are pretty tight, which seems usual for private campgrounds. It was nice to have full hookups, a nice playground area for the kids, a laundry mat, and access to a store. Nice access to the river and the property is large enough for kids to play, ride bikes, etc. I think this looked like the best place in town! We will stay again!
Loved it. Redriver is always a great place to stay and this park was easy access, they had wifi, and cable too when it was a bit cold. Direct access to the river, but no fishing. Would've liked to have a fire ring at our site, but didn't ruin the trip. Will stay again.
Our friends took us camping in there camper and we stayed here. The staff was so friendly and welcoming. The showers were clean and well maintained. We had access to a fire pit which we used twice and the staff provided us with wood. The only negative is how close they put you in the parking and the other guests not keeping there dogs on leashes as they were supposed to do. Overall it was a very fun experience.
Loved staying at this RV park. Everything was really nice and clean. The shower houses were super nice. The staff was really nice and helpful. Really close to restaurants and trails. We loved coming back to the campsite and relaxing by the River. We’ll be back for sure and would highly recommend.
Park was full, RV spaces are tight in some areas. I was in 93. Now that I have viewed park I know which spots have more spacing between. Quiet times were observed, camp fires were allowed which could get smoky. Especially since you were only 10ft from neighbors fire ring.