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This is a picnic ground area, signs everywhere stating that you may NOT camp here!
We go here on a regular basis to hike as it has trailhead for several great hiking trails as well as restrooms….. but NO camping allowed. Ever.
The manager was very nice and helpful. Campground is functional; campsites are kinda close to each other.
We stayed at La Vista for one night on our way through New Mexico heading to Utah. The owners are extremely friendly and were very helpful. They are a couple who own the park independently and you can tell the long term renters are happy there.
We woke up to a gorgeous view of the nearby scenery and were just a half mile from a Loves to gas up and head out for another day of driving.
A well organized park by a helpful staff. The pull-through sites are easily assessable and long enough for an F250 w/30’ travel trailer and not be detached. The park is clean and quaint. *Pet friendly but doesn’t allow “outside pet cages, kennels, or pet fencing” probably because they don’t want the dogs outside alone. Overall, and it being the first time visit I would recommend American RV Resort.@
We only stayed here for one night on our way from Texas to Utah but it was a nice cozy stay. The park has full hook ups and a little dog area. The wifi worked great we streamed Netflix that night. 7100’ elevation. There were a ton of stars at night which was great. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We arrived around 6pm and our info was thumb tacked to the entry board. Call her and she comes right down to show you your spot. It’s located next to a little brewery and pizza place. The pizza and beer were both really good I would check that place out while you stay. Ale Republic it’s called. Check it out.
Standard RV park. Nothing to write home about in either praise or complaints. Lots of elderly year round dwellers here, so it did feel like we were side eyed with our young family visiting. People who own the place were friendly and hospitable. Would stay again if we needed a one night place to park, but not if you’re looking for a longer stint.
Accepts Passport America discount even though they do not appear on the Passport America website. We paid $19 for 30 amp site with water and sewer hookup with the discount. Nice place for chore day in between boondock days. Free showers, clean stalls and hot water. Laundry on site. Attached to laundry room is a game room with free pool table, TV, 2 arcade games (arcades were non-functioning when we were there). Staff very friendly. There is a gift shop on site. You can refill propane on site, but the propane company is a different operator than the RV park and were closed when we were there. Sites are very close together and not very level. There is an area to walk your dogs. Dumpsters on site, but no recycling. There is a "take a book, leave a book" shelf near the office. Camping World is right next door. Near freeway and you can hear the freeway noise all night.