April 7, 2022 - reviewed by Pam
We stayed here last night. Called the day before and requested an extra long pull through, because we are driving a 39 foot motorhome and pulling a 28 foot trailer. They had the absolute perfect spot open for us! We were able to make a loop through the park and pull right into our spot with no issues. They have a nice little gift shop, indoor laundry and we even shot a couple of games of pool! Per the prior reviews, yes, this place is dated back to the 50’s, but it is supposed to be that way! If you’re looking for a reasonable, nice place to stop for an overnight stay, I would highly recommend this park! No complaints here, if you want the Taj Mahal go pay $95 at the KOA! Stop acting like a spoiled child. The people were very friendly! And by the way, 50 Amps all night! 😊
September 23, 2021 - reviewed by Ann S
Worst RV Park In Albuquerque
We thought we were lucky to be able to book 2 nights here, that is, until we pulled in to what had to be the worst space in this very dated park. I understand trying to maintain the 50’s charm of the park but we had a picnic table that was so old and full of splinters I wouldn’t even put anything on it. Our shade tree, touted in the description was a raggedy stick with a few leaves. The space was so uneven we couldn’t level the trailer despite using our leveling blocks and chock blocks. Staff were rude. We would have been better off boondocking.
July 31, 2021 - reviewed by T Bev
Great Overnight Stop
Friendly staff. Easy pull through. Charming vintage campers & cars decorate the park.
July 5, 2021 - reviewed by Katie R
Great Overnight Stop
Stayed 1 night in Sept 2020 passing through. It was an easy pull-thru site for a good price close to the highway. Staff left us everything we needed on the door after hours. The park was enjoyable for walks, no playground or dog run but plenty of space for walking & interesting antique signs & stuff nicely displayed in the back.
Wide open view across farmlands to watch the weather & sunset. Would stay again for an overnight. Sites too close together to stay longer than that.
April 14, 2021 - reviewed by Jeff
Easy on/off of I-40. Easy checkin, reasonable rates. ($35.) Site was nearly level, gravel, could park without unhooking 5th wheel. Back-to-back utilities to conserve space. Some long term sites. Dog walk area. Would stay again. Who ever got site A-9 tonight please make good use of my water pressure regulator I left behind, you’re welcome!!
July 17, 2020 - reviewed by C. Davis
The pool and hot tub were closed and the kids were disappointed after driving all day. That’s my only complaint. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. The campground was cute and we loved the vintage display of old cars and campers. Would stop again if passing through!
June 9, 2020 - reviewed by Hoppy travelers
Good Overnight Stay
Level pull thru site. Quiet except for the crazy wind. Wifi was weak but overall for what we needed and the price (Good Sam discount) it was quite good.
April 25, 2020 - reviewed by Cjrvn
We stayed for week. Full timers in back. Loud freeway noise. Dusty and ants everywhere luckily none got in trailer. Wifi does not work. Verizon was great, used as hot spot and watched videos. Bathrooms very clean. Staff really nice. Nothing around to really walk to other than camping world next store and one of the big ones with a ton of camping stuff. Very close sites.
March 21, 2020 - reviewed by Jay n Jen
Staying here a couple nights after getting our brand new rig, had to break it in you know. But any way, nice park just outside Albuquerque. Pretty busy but the sites are spacious enough and fairly level. Restrooms/Showers are clean. The staff here is Awesome and helpful. Recommended!!
March 21, 2020 - reviewed by wave1wannabe
Nice place to stay if you're in the area for an event. Level sites and clean facilities. You can here the freeway clearly from this RV park but I knew that was going to be the case going in so it was no problem. Owners were super helpful.
October 9, 2019 - reviewed by Jackson Duo
We enjoyed our stay. Sites were close and opened up to our neighbor with shore powers facing each other in some sites. Only had 30 amps but were fortunate to find this location during balloon fiesta with 4 rv’s traveling together. We were in the back away from highway. Our WiFi was great. Office staff very accommodating. Site was level enough to adjust. Did not use pool but occupants of hot tub seemed to enjoy. Definitely would stay again.
September 13, 2019 - reviewed by Hobo
Friday 13 108
Nice clean well run. And it's on route 66. Would definitely stay again. and the hot tub was a big plus
September 7, 2019 - reviewed by Mark K
We needed a 3 night stay and chose this park due to cost, reviews, and the pool. We needed 50a for our 38' DP. Plenty of room to maneuver.
Main gripe, road noise from I-40. Not windy here in early September so wanting to enjoy a warm morning but that road noise is constant. Solution, stay inside.
The pool is a nice small pool, 3 - 4 1/2' deep, maybe 30' long. Not heated, but a nice dip in the heat. They also have a nice jacuzzi if you want warm water.
Sites are fairly level.
5 bars of VZ 4G.
June 19, 2019 - reviewed by Ejkingv
Nice RV Park
Well kept and pleasant RV park. Moderate pricing. Nice old vintage trailers available to rent. A bit breezy the times we have been there. There is some freeway noise, but not bad. Will definitely use again.
June 11, 2019 - reviewed by Chugchug
Great City Campground
It is sardines in the can type setting, but the are mature trees and overall nice environment. It is a few miles outside of town but there is a Camping Works store right next door. $30 per night with full hookups and 30A. WiFi is terrible, but Verizon works.
June 8, 2019 - reviewed by Kim C
Love This Place!
We stay here every time we pass through. I love staying here. People are so friendly and accommodating. Passport America $17.00. The only minus is only two days allowance with Passport but they will work with you if your good sam and want to stay longer! Great place!
June 3, 2019 - reviewed by TXTraveler
Not a bad little place. Just outside of Albuquerque which is what wanted to get out of the traffic when heading out the next morning. Nice clean pool. The sites are just gravel a little uneven but it was just for one night. Friendly staff
January 9, 2019 - reviewed by Anita
Nice clean campground. Lots of amenities. Very nice pool. We will stay there again !
September 13, 2018 - reviewed by Carolyn
Both the freeway and the full time guest are noisy. Not that great. I will stay somewhere else. Only three washer and three dryers for this big of a park, never available.
April 18, 2018 - reviewed by Kathy
Nice Place For An Overnight Stay
We've stopped here a couple of times. I don't recommend it if you're staying for more than a night. The campground is all dirt. With the winds that whip through Albuquerque it makes more than a night stay miserable. You can't sit out and relax unless you like dirt in your eyes. The staff is very nice but the owners need to put some money into the campground and have it so that it's a more enjoyable experience.
November 1, 2017 - reviewed by JKW
This RV park was great! The staff was very helpful and everything was clean. It has some neat vintage cars and campers a nod to Route 66 golden age. Awesome views, quiet, easy to get in and out of. We stayed two days and would stay again.
May 22, 2017 - reviewed by Bill Malec
Basically A Gravel Parking Lot
Gravel parking lot. Packed tight. Sits on top of a hill with yet a view of nothing. Basically, like Camping World next door,... Meh. Reasonably priced. Relatively close to Albuquerque. Very close to I-40. Good overnight stop and that's being kind.
At the limit of my Anderson levelers and still not level. Not horrible, mind you.
Very friendly staff. I'd rather have a pissy staff and a view.
April 23, 2017 - reviewed by Open Ranging
Mostly A 1 Night Kind Of Place
It's a bit pricey for what you get. Sites are close together and not that level. Most people are stopping for 1 night, we stayed 3 and had new neighbors (or row of neighbors) everyday.
October 10, 2016 - reviewed by Crusader
Stayed here during ballon fest, clean, easy access. Posting this review using my data. Wifi was worthless (it doesn't have to be that way). Very professional staff. Long term tenants were not an issue. Visited old town and the RV show - great fun. Would stay here again.
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Blake
$185 For A Week!
This was a nice place. It's right on Route 66 and directly next door to Camping World. It's all gravel and on the edge of the desert. We watched amazing weather daily and enjoyed some peace and quiet.
April 14, 2016 - reviewed by Thalia Dalton
Nice campground, great sunsets, site we were on wasn't a level site. It was a nice place to have after driving in HIGH WINDS all day.
March 19, 2016 - reviewed by Dave
The only thing that wasn't very good about this campsite was that since we got there after hours they had to put our sheet on the door and apparently they gave us the wrong number so there was someone in our spot already and since it was after hours there was no one in the office to talk to or call so we had to find a spot that wasn't taken. Other than that everything else was fine. No one interrupted us during the night and there is only a slight sound coming from the road. I would recommend this campsite as long as you get there before 7 o'clock.