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After a 600 -Mile drive most anyplace may seem nice but these folks we friendly and very helpful. They gave a military discount, led you to your site, and if you needed, would help you setup.
The water pressure is high so you will need a pressure limiter on your system but not to worry, they will let you use one for free or buy one if you want.
The restrooms were clean and they had washer dryer units as well.
You won’t be disappointed!
This is a full service RV park located right off historic Route 66 just outside of Tucumcari's main commercial area. Lots of well-maintained full-service slots. Smooth gravel drive and slots for easy in and out, even with a bigger rig. Plenty of amenities, including a really nice FREE high speed internet connection. We learned our lesson staying at a KOA in Kansas that not all WiFi is created equal. The network here is ample for streaming videos or video conferencing. Could bog down with a lot of users but the park was only 1/3 full when we stayed. Nice sunset views from our slot. Super friendly staff took us straight to our slot and even offered to get us hooked up to all of the utilities.
We found this place on the Dyrt app and stopped on our way back from Utah. It’s a great free place to stop. 30 and 50 amp hook ups water and dump station. The only thing I would say is that it does appear to be a spot that locals commonly meet up at for whatever reason. Not sure if it was drugs or what but we did see several cars come in hang out for about 20 mins and leave. Some would come in and park next to each other. So that was kinda weird but still giving it 4 stars because it was completely free and had everything we needed.
We pulled in after dark. Staff had all of our reservation paperwork and provided a site map with the route to our spot. There was a forecasted freeze tonight so everyone had to run off tanks, but they allowed us to fill our fresh tank, so all was well.
First off - nothing against Hereford, but it’s a cattle town. It smells like cattle. If that’s a problem, maybe look elsewhere. That said, this place is amazing! Several spaces all with water, sewer and electric - ALL FREE! There’s a nice pond which was completely filled with geese when I visited (Late November) but that just added to the ambiance. The space is in the town so you do get quite a bit of train, and car noise.
Not too much to keep you in town but the people are friendly and helpful. The camping is a level gravel parking lot so short stay it will work. Charge the battery, dump the tanks, and get some water. They do have corral for horses and dog area but I don't have a dog or a horse.
Staff is friendly but not helpful. Clean and warm restrooms despite the cold. We paid the extra to be on concrete. Pull thru pad was not level. Hookups were in several inches of mud and made the biggest mess. The view was beautiful and Tucumcari was a neat place to see but I would not recommend this KOA. I paid too much for such a disappointment.