We arrived on July 28 and stayed three nights, We had chosen this place on the recommendation of others on their website, but they must have been written by the residents or friends. The truck noise was so loud that we could only sleep by running a fan all night. There was no grass close by for our puppy , just rocks. There are sights with grass, but for some reason, we were not offered one of those, WIFI slow and Cable didn't work. Thankfully, we had other things to do,
We drove in and my daughter wasn't feeling well, so had to turn right around. Despite the no refund policy, the owner's were kind enough to give us a refund. Many other parks would simply quote policy and keep our money, but these folks were kind and understanding and it speaks well for every other aspect of their business. Even though we didn't stay, the park was clean, had a big security gate and fence so felt quite safe. Next time we pass through we'll be staying here.
This was during Covid so there was only 25% occupancy. We were grateful to have full hookup. It was nice that we were self contained. We did use the dog park. It is a nice RV park with paved spots. The office was not open so we checked in outside.
We stayed here one night in April, 2020, during the height of the Coronavirus shutdown. We live in Albuquerque, and just wanted to take our little Class A out to stretch her legs and let us have something resembling a getaway! The park is very in tune to the Coronavirus. Essentially, it's become a non-touch park...the gift shop/front desk is closed and all the transaction was done by phone, with our papers waiting for us on arrival. We asked for a spot with a little distance from others and they easily accommodated with a lovely pull through spot with a picnic table, some grass and some nice trees to either side. Some of the long term campers were still pretty close to each other, but based on signage we saw around, they are working to clear folks out and to be open primarily for overnight guests, which will keep the crowds WAY down. Needless to say, we didn't need to use the laundry or restrooms/showers. There are restrooms & showers in the main building and there is also a freestanding facility in the middle of the resort. There is a pool and hot tub...neither looks terribly impressive, but not bad either. The overall park was clean, and the leaves were just starting to burst out on the trees, so it made for a nice spot. Electric was in good shape. The pad was pretty level, so we had little trouble setting up. The water hookup is below ground so that was a little bit awkward. We enjoyed sitting at the metal picnic table on the bit of grass we had, and I used our new portable grill for the first time! So why not five stars? Well, I'd do 4.5 if I could. The water hookup is a slight deterrent . And as others have said, the noise from the interstate is there when you're in bed, for sure. We were in the middle of the resort, but we could hear the traffic all the time. It is NOT terrible...a bit of "white noise" perhaps...but if you think this might be difficult for you, please be prepared. Although most of Albuquerque's nicer RV parks ARE right along the interstate, so it'll be tough to avoid! We had a nice stay, and look forward to a return visit during this time of Coronavirus.…
Very nice park. Clean, well kept, efficient staff, and quiet even though the park is near a highway. Good price for the amenities provided. Close enough to downtown, grocery store and hiking trails. Would definitely stay here again.