Very nice and friendly staff. Entirely adequate for a short term visit. We really enjoyed the sculptures throughout the campground-a very nice added touch. The park is situated within easy access to I-40, and is just a quick drive away from Old Town Albuquerque and the New Mexico State Fairgrounds. I would recommend this for anyone wanting a long term stay or just an overnight or anything in between. Are you ready to have an unforgettable vacation? The location was quiet and secure. The park is tricky to get into and getting back out is a right turn only onto the main drag.
This refers to when our stay occurred in our journey and the number on the Map Of Our Travels on our daily Journal. A nice campground in amongst Aspen and Fir. I felt safe and the grounds are clean. Laundry was clean and priced reasonable. The layout is odd but not in a bad way, as sites are plenty large. As much as I really liked the location, I would not return.
The night we stayed Saturday night, half of those spaces were empty but reserved. Level, clean and big site. The Enchanted Trails Camping Resort is a 135-site full hookup park that offers a gift shop, restrooms and showers and a pool. Shaded spots, long and short term, tent camping, cabins, very clean bathrooms and showers, laundry and dog park on site. Additionally, we were parked close to the clubhouse and the farolitos that usually light up the tops of the stucco walls surrounding the patio area were melted and completely ruined, yet had not been cleaned off the building. It took a lot of work to get us level, and we are not inexperienced at doing this. Our site was tight for our 36 ft.
Unfortunately, we will not be staying here again. Will definitely make my way back. There are enough channels to get some decent television with your antenna. My rating would be higher but for the fact that we were assigned to a spot outside of the main park, on the street with no shade. People who enjoy fishing can catch their dinner nearby.
The owner has put up a booster in front of the office that works fairly well, but it is not convenient. You get what you pay for. We also had someone hammering on a car bumper for an hour on Sunday evening right across the street. This campground is one of the highest-elevation campgrounds in the state, making it a nice refuge from the heat in the summer. He said that he is working hard to remodel and asked what we felt he should work on next. The grounds are well kept.
This Las Cruces, New Mexico campground features a grassy area, and there is a kitchen on site. Friendly faces will be ready to greet you when you walk in, and the quiet park will make a great home base to relax and get away for a while. The minimum stay is a month, no daily or weekly stays. The bird feeders are kept full and the birds are a delight. This campground is notable for the large trees which separate the various campsites and the spectacular vistas of Sierra Blanca and the Tularosa basin.
Jack's Creek campground is high in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, up in amongst the aspen and fir. We will definitely stay here again. A small campground along the banks of Percha Creek. Any of the parks on this list should provide ample amenities and a comfortable place to rest. We would ride our bicycles along the well-constructed bicycle and running paths along the Rio Grande River. Some of the concrete is cracked and broken.
Small park and my first impression was disappointment. The end sites are fantastic with desert views and a few native plants, fire ring and picnic table. The newer section is on concrete pads and wider roads. Kids can play in the playground. Deep in a forest with lots of hiking and areas to explore. When we were there, one person told us he hit his limit in just an hour or so.