We have been to Red River numerous times but this is the first time we have pulled a trailer there. We have stayed at the Golden Eagle in the past, tent camped and now with a travel trailer. It worked perfect for us. The state parks do not have full hook-ups so we ended up here. It was a good fit for us. People were extremely friendly. Spots were easy to manuever into. We have family going to Red River next month so I inquired about the cabins. I was told the cabins were built in the 50's and nothing has been upgraded. They suggested bringing egg crate mattress pad for the beds which are full size and your own linens. Everything else is supplied ie... pans toilet paper etc. Not sure on towels probably not though. I did not hear any complaints from any guest. They have sold two of the small cabins and are building more sites for cabins I believe. I do think that the friendly staff would make me want to stay there again. There is a stocked pond that you can fish for trout in with out a license. Limit is 2 per camper per day. There is also a motel type place there also. I don't have a clue about it though. Bring your own firewood, or buy for 6.00 bundles.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the southern part of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and completely surrounded by the Carson National Forest. River Ranch is at the West end, and a nice stroll from Red River a mountain town with quaint shops and relaxed dinning. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- River Ranch Hotel Red River