This is a private ranch on many acres. You cannot see any other campers from your site. No electricity but water is available near the owners home. This is boondocking in a very safe environment! You do not have to worry about anything. If you want to go in to Angel Fire and explore you will find plenty to do in this area or you can just stay on the ranch and hike, bike, ride ATV’s or just sit and watch the prairie dogs, horses, deer or whatever else decides to come by. The sites have fire pits, benches and even hammocks. I believe there is only 5 sites on this huge piece of property. The hosts made us feel comfortable and they came by every evening to gather trash.
This is a nice area. Bathroom with no running water or electric. We have a big unit and dry camped just below this campground on Red Mountain Creek at the bridge, 1/4 mile away. There are other spots along the road also. Fishing is good above Ivy Creek campground and on Red Mountain. The road getting there is excellent but does narrow down and gets curvy the last couple of miles. I have a 40’ 5th wheel and made it fine but would not want to meet other traffic in this short stretch. Plenty of hiking, biking, 4-wheeling, fishing or just sitting and enjoying the peaceful mountains. We were here in July and the temps at night were about 40 and the day was 70.
This is a small park but has some really nice views. This is a great place to stop for a day or two as you are traveling. There is a place to see dinosaur tracks and also 3 corners (Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma). Highest point in Oklahoma, but you wouldn’t know it. When you get on top of the flats you can see for a ways! Watch for snakes on the trails but worth the early morning or late evening hike.
Clean nice campground. Not much to do as the swim area is across the lake. Hiking and biking around the lake is good. Biting flies were terrible but after I broke out the fly swatter they learned I meant business!
Stopped by and my 11 year old son said “this is the best place ever”! Would be a great spot to stop and take a nice long travel break.
This is a beautiful area with plenty to offer. The golf course is challenging and my 11 year old was free. The signage getting to the park was great but within the park not so much. Know where your going before hand if you can. Be careful of low hanging branches if you have a taller RV.
Super nice facility and clean. Very busy park as a lot of sites are on the main road. If you can choose to stay off the main road areas you will enjoy more. Lots of hiking and biking. We saw some deer that came through our site. Just a real nice relaxing place!
The reviews for this campground are accurate. This is a very nice place to stay for dry camping. The water and scenery is beautiful. The bighorn sheep are fun to watch along with hiking and biking. It’s fun just watching the rafters having fun. Many of the spots are on the water with great views. I do want to warn you though. I have a 40’ fifth wheel and it did fit in site 11. Problem is, the area on this end of the campground loop is very tight. I would not take a trailer of any sort over 30’ into these sites. I was lucky that site 12 was not occupied when I needed to leave and I utilized that site as the road.