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Very clean, well kept resort. Almost full. We were here in early June and the day temperatures were in the low 100’s with very low humidity. Sites are pretty tight with close neighbors. WiFi is good. Didn’t try the cable. Location is convenient to the lake and shopping. Boat rentals are available…
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WWe mad reservations online. Came out here in March 2021. Very beautiful the lake is so big you cant fish it all in one day. Kayaks are allowed. But around the lake is very sandy you will get stuck or bring towing cables. They have rv sites for over might sleepers. They had showers there but theure…
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Perfect little campground. The space was level and we had no problems hooking up to water or electricity. Covered outbuilding with a table and a little shade made for a great night.
This campground is well kept by the camp hosts. They are also really kind people. The only downside was the set of bathrooms right by our campsite were out of service. Being physically limited and having to walk clear across the campground was very difficult. Otherwise everything was great.
The camping spots have a (mostly) level concrete pad to park your rig on, be it trailer, van or tent. We had water, electricity, fire pit and an Adobe structure covering the picnic table. Some spots were a little close which would be great if you were visiting with friends. The restrooms were just…
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Stars come out at night.
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Been here for two days and moving sites for our third. Overall, this is a great camping spot for cars, vans and RV. Location feels a bit random driving in, but that ends up being an advantage as it partially secluded the park from outside traffic.
- Several pull through sites with partial…
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Campsites are well sized and maintained. Bathrooms not open. Beautiful lake. Close to beautiful Gila National Forest. Ride on hwy 152 was awesome. Close to Elephant Butte’s perfect beaches. W/E. There are a few FHU.
We’d been traveling a lot with lots of short stays and we’re looking for 5 nights near Las Cruces to hunker down for a bit. This park is about 17 miles north for easy availability to Las Cruces, but far enough away for some quiet and relative privacy. The only issue was we had two full days of…
I went here beginning of March 2020 and it was gorgeous. no one else there, super quiet, amazing sunsets, and great rock climbing. Also, the stars are impeccable. Hopefully you have a hearty vehicle because the roads are tough up to it.
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Big pullouts down gravel road off I-25. Great place for a quick overnight. You can go all the way to the old camp grounds for the upper end of Elephant Butte reservoir, but you might struggle getting back up the hill with anything bigger than a teardrop.
Older campground but owner is a great guy, water sewer and electric are great a clubhouse quiet neighborhood too. A trailer for the trash wi fi at the clubhouse, cheap rates
We stayed for a night on a road trip and was just what we were looking for. Lots are spaced out, even, and easy to access. Others commented that the road had potholes but that wasn’t our experience (maybe further in that’s the case-we didn’t explore much). Excellent sunrise and sunset views, no…
Very clean park. Concrete roads and gravel sites. Very nice shower/laundry facility. Sites are a little close upfront and the road noise can be a bit of an issue. Good cell service with Verizon and AT&T. Nice area to visit with the lake and dam close by.
The road in may require 4x4 depending on any precip or how one drives. Once there, you're rewarded with Adirondack shelters and shaded sites. We even had split firewood at our site courtesy of a fire crew, I think. A trail starts from the last campsite that climbs in altitude to some awesome views.…