The park itself is nice. Front desk and technical staff are also warm and friendly. The restrooms are average and could use an update but that isn't why I would not come back. The smell in the evening is AWFUL. At first I thought it was sewer gas but learned that it's petro/chemical related. Evidently, something is burned off in the evening. I had problems sleeping and the smell made me ill (no kidding). I cannot recommend the park for this reason, although it evidently is an issue in the entire south west area. What are we doing to our environment?!
The ad says 100 pull through sites. The site for our 25 foot camper was a back in site between two cabins. It was so narrow that we couldn’t extend one slide out all the way without hitting the utility post. One cabin’s fire pit was about four feet from our camper. They also advertised WiFi. Our site was out of range. I was told to go up to the community room if I wanted WiFi, which is not a place I choose to do my banking. The pool was supposed to be open in March. It was not. I really feel that we should have been given a discounted rate if we weren’t going to get all of the promised features.
OMG THE BBQ. So delicious. The facilities were very well maintained and the staff is thorough and welcoming. They have a great rec room with a ton of games and activities. The decor is cool and different and
We stayed here 3 nights while visiting Carlsbad Caverns which are about 50 minutes away from the Park. We opted to stay here after finding the RV parks closer to the Caverns were nothing more than parking lots with hookups. The KOA has all pull-through spaces and is well maintained with large, clean restrooms and dog run.
Nice level sites with ample room between. A bit pricey, but normal for a KOA. Pool was open,even in mid September. A pleasant surprise, meals could be ordered and delivered to your site. Facilities were clean.