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Our expectations of this place were low for whatever reason but it turned out to be pretty awesome. The lake at the Lea Lake CG is awesome for swimming or floating around in. Can walk to it right from the campsite which is a bonus. The bathroom has flush toilets and hot showers that don't cost…
I can't say enough about this park. Full hookups. Great views and the lake is fabulous.
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A great stop over. Cheap full hookups or boondocking. During the week you pretty much have the whole park to yourself.
Bottomless lakes has the best sunset views. It’s only 20 min from Roswell. The sites have enough room between each other. There is a large swimming area as well.
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I wanted to stay longer than 3 days. Had the pleasure of experiencing the Super moon. Site 15 is a great spot.
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It's a City Park campground but well maintained and a well-stocked Lake. You can boondock for a small fee or have a full hookup.
About 300 feet from the Lea Lakes RV camp/hookups is a gravel/dirt road heading west into BLM land. There’s a small parking lot at the end where one can post up for the night with lake and sunset views.
Good AT&T service. Watch out for mosquitos.
Great scenery here, and luckily New Mexico now allows camping again at its state parks, but... there are about a trillion sandburs on the grass here. We have 4 dogs and have spent an inordinate amount of time saving their paws from the burs. Love the looks, wouldn’t bring pets.
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Traveling back from Texas, I had planned an overnight in this State Park. Due to weather, I ended up staying 3 additional days. And, so happy I did! It was a short and easy ride into Roswell to tour the alien paraphernalia. And, I also took in Bitter Lake Wildlife Refuge. The sand cranes were…
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Nice campground, well spaced spots, #19 was especially good, Pasture lake and Inky Wells both stocked with trout and we caught our dinner on 2 nights. Sign says no alcohol which is a negative in my book, glass of wine with dinner? Coming from Northern NM we’d come back during the winter months.
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We were travelling through in late September and the camping appeared to be shut down for the season. No one around and just a few back in sites for RV's. Picnic tables were in a grouping and not site specific. Didn't appear to be campfire rings.
We had Bottomless Lakes on our radar to stop for the night as we left Santa Fe to head to Carlsbad Caverns. Looked like a nice enough place, but no campfires were allowed due to a burn ban (didn't even look to be rings) so we opted to continue heading south to see what we could find. Turns out not…
Nice small lake,but has a Big Racoom troubles.
Camp ground is nice. Not much shade but the lakes are really cool to explore. Very nice facilities.
It was hot but not much humidity. Only flies were a nuisance, not many mosquitoes or anything. Campground hosts were a very friendly elderly couple. Price was $14 a night or $40 a week. Older, reasonably clean bathrooms with showers. Water and electric hookups. We could not use the charcoal grills…