We planned on camping here for riding the Cumbres & Toltec train. Pulled in on a Monday afternoon near sundown in late September. Pulled into the first area, I think It was called Blanco and there were a few campers in RVs and didn't se a spot we liked. Left for Brushy point down the road a piece. Loved it! The entire place was eMMMM/Teeee!!!! So we found a spot of our choice and started to set up camp. Funny, when you have tons of spots to choose from you have a tougher time picking one. We were close to the outhouse and the only disappointment was that the lake water was so far away. I was hoping for a spot like I saw in the NM rservation site with the water right out back but those must have been taken a long time ago before the West went into this 5 year drought. We told scary stories for a while and crashed. Woke up to a odd cat sounding creature noise so I got up and shined the light to no avail. Whatever it was it stopped making noise :) anyhow we spent 2 nights here and never saw another person-or anything that made that noise.... I can see when this place would be busy in season. Looks like a great place for the summer - or anytime. the sites are equipped nicely and there is some separation from the others sites. Some are close but they are not on top of each other.
Would stay again in a heartbeat.