November 28, 2020 - reviewed by jack
Great place campground is laid out well, not on top of eace other. Lots of hiking trails. Will be back during the summer
Cost $15.00 for camping, with out electric, $25.00 with electric
October 8, 2020 - reviewed by Mike
An excellent place to stay for a couple of days to explore the area. Clean, quiet and well maintained.
June 1, 2020 - reviewed by Dale
We have stayed here several times over the years and it has always been a peaceful and quiet environment. This stay was immediately after the Covid shutdown and half of the sites were closed by order of the Governor, not sure why, as none of the sites are very close together. The staff continues to improve the entire park and now has 50 amp power in nearly all of the sites, as well as clean gravel, fire pits and ramada. The fee is $15 + $10 if you use power for a camp spot, no out of state charges that we saw. A good value for a beautiful campground. Make sure you go see the parks main attractions, worth the visit on there own merit.
May 22, 2017 - reviewed by K 1200 LT
$27 A night If You're From Out Of State.
Water is a half mile away if you want to fill your tank. Plenty of ants. Not too bad a spot but for$27 go to Young's RV park in caliente for$25. Then you'll get full hook ups, grass, shade trees, all the stuff you need to camp in luxury.
August 9, 2015 - reviewed by Stan
This RV park has about 21 spaces. They all have power, 20, 30, and 50 amp. There is no water hookup but you can fill up your water tank at a spigot. There is a sewer dumping station which is free if you stay, but $7 if you are just stopping by to dump. There are several pull-through RV sites and the rest are back-in. It's in a beautiful setting with several hikes from the campground. The campsites also have covered picnic tables and fire pits. They also have free firewood and ask for a $4 donation for an armload.