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21 Reviews of 5 Weber City, New Mexico Campgrounds
We rolled in late at night, exhausted from a day on the road. We had a pull thru site. The gravel pads had potholes and our slide was so close to touching our neighbors slide. Pool is closed. Wouldn’t stay here for more than 1 night.
On the 40, easy access from Interstate, fuel up, refill water tanks, dump tanks, empty trash, plug in long enough to shower and then easy to keep going. $30 glad it was available. It was very hot outside though, wouldn’t want to sleep here in June.
Clean sites and restrooms. Laundry facilities. Propane. AND they have a grill and will deliver dinner and breakfast! All pull through sites. A few trees. Nice view of Caprock mountain! This KOA has everything!
Spent one night here in mid may. Pretty nice, good clean bathouse. Sites are close but seems everyone was just staying one night. Everything worked including cable. Has semi covered picnic tables that looked good. They were actually pouring concrete pads in a new addition but existing pads are…
Has been closed for more than a decade. Anyone who left a positive review must have went to a different campground
No frills gravel and dirt campground with all pull-through, full hook-up sites. You don’t have to unhook unless you want to. It’s just off I-40 and next to a Flying J. It’s perfect for an overnight stop but wouldn’t stay more than two. If you want to unhook you can drive into Tucumcari and see some…
We pulled in last night and the check in was fast and easy. This is a journey KOA, so it’s not much in the way of amenities. That being said, this is one of the better “Journey KOA’s” we’ve stayed at. It’s got a descent little park for the kids, bathrooms, showers, a laundry mat and a dog park for…
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Small dog run. Playground could use an update. Good water pressure. Level sites. Spread out decently. Gravel/dirt roads through site. Plenty of picnic tables. Constant strong hog/cattle farm smell untold winds turned.
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Short overnight at this clean KOA. We are still winterized, so we only used electric. Friendly staff. Spotty Wifi
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.
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…
Can't give a ton of info here. We rolled in after hours, and like the guy on the phone said, my information was hung on the front door ready for me when I got there. Was able to get to my spot easily. Left before sun up, so can't say too much more.
Nice size lake good camping great for fishing and swimming and good place to get away for couple of days
Great facility . What a gem! We stayed at the new pull through sites on the back of the property. Full hook up. Great Mountain View. Well kept and super friendly hosts. Clean bathrooms and showers. A wonderful find .
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Nice location, not too far but just far enough off the interstate. Good campsite options, pond you can fish in, picnic tables, atv trails you can walk. Not busy. Only problem is the bugs are HORRIBLE after sundown. Sleeping under the stars, NOT an option. It’s an ideal stop if you‘ll be sleeping in…