There are 4 different loops, from the oldest (30 amps) water nearby, the the newest section. Dry camping with a view. We are in the Buffalo section. 50 / 30 amps along with water. Very nice shade structure with table.
Sites range from very good to ok. Washrooms are clean.
Nights are quite along with stars. Can be winding but this makes it cool in the daytime.
Lots of places to walk, from 1 to 5 miles.
I would rate this 5 stars, but the CampGround host should be out cleaning up the weeds on the sites. But I have never seen them.
If you like privacy, this is not the campground for you. Nor if you like to have a beer in the open. Don't get me wrong, it's an acceptable campground, but a little exposed and tightly controlled (we called them the beer police). We had booked three nights, but stayed only two. It was fine if you were going to go boating, but for hiking or chilling at your campsite, it left a little to be desired.
We had to disguise our adult beverages, so as not to arouse suspicion from the beer police. I'm too old for that. The lack of any privacy was sort of off putting too.
We did enjoy a beautiful sunset and some flat walks around the campground, but not quite the hiking that we were looking for.
It's a long drive off the interstate for just a night, so I'd skip it if that's what you are looking for.
A simple campground without much privacy. Easy access to Cochiti Lake and the Tent Rock Monument (which is definitely worth a visit!).
25 miles from Santa Fe and 50 miles from Albuquerque. concrete pads and concrete picnic table with charcoal grills with rock pebbles filled in and desert landscapes. very well spaced out and different levels so you have a view of the lake and surrounding area.
This campground is very nice! The campsites all feature a picnic table with a shelter and the bath house is super clean and modern.
We camped in site 50 which was across the road from the bath house and it also had an amazing view!
I would highly recommend this site, especially if you want to visit Tent Rocks early the next morning. It’s about a 10 min drive from the campground.
We checked out this campground as an option when traveling to the Tent Rocks and it was a great place. The campground was clean and sites were not to close together. We noticed a good mix of both tent and rv campers on the property.
For tent camping with no hook ups it was only $12 which fit the perfect price point. These sites included a pad for the tent as well as fire rings and awnings with tables.
The view of the sunset here was impressive to say the least and I was so in awe of the colors in the sky I forgot to take a picture, that doesn’t happen often!
Bathrooms were just the right size for the amount of people who were coming and going and best of all, hot showers!! That in itself is nice to find when you are traveling in the southwest sometimes.
We were only about 15 miles from the Tent Rocks on very nice roads so it was perfect!!
Very depressing. No trees, no shade, unmaintained sites. The bathrooms were "out of order".
Because the sites on the outside of the loop have no water we had to back into a unoccupied reserved site to fill our tank.
We do have 50 amp power!
We could not bring ourselves to get into the lake… scummy.
Hopefully it is just the time of year or a current issue.
very easy to get to and beautiful desert landscape