September 18, 2019 - reviewed by Mrs. O
Large, well laid out pull through sites (some beautifully appointed for handicapped). Really nice bathrooms. Small stocked lake is clear water, with benches and groomed trails around. Lit trails, playground, and amazing sunsets. Desert flora and sand difficult for dogs used to grass potty. Surprisingly well laid out and beautifully constructed park. Would love to go again in cooler weather.
June 24, 2019 - reviewed by Robert
Great. Little known treasure.
March 22, 2019 - reviewed by Gypsy wanderer
One Of The Best!!
We came here on a recommendation from our son and daughter in law, fantastic place, loved site 20, and the amazing skies and sunsets!! Stayed in a 27 ft airstream, great ATT with our Weboost!!
September 21, 2018 - reviewed by WB9PRG
Stay Here !
Good walking trails.
If you have time - stay here, and see how great it is .
April 28, 2018 - reviewed by TexasTumbleweed
Nice 1 Night Stop
Pull thrus, some with all concrete pads, and very clean/nice bathroom n showers make this a nice overnight stop. Close to Portales. 50 amp available, but no septic. Dump station still down. Good 1 night stop.
March 10, 2018 - reviewed by Holly
Quiet, Large Sites
This is a small park with a trail through some dunes and a trail around a 3 acre pond stocked with fish. The sites are mostly pull throughs with electric and water. There are two sewer hook ups- one for camp host and one other one. While we were here the dump site was out of order. The gravel sites are nice sized and pretty level. Covered picnic tables have shelters over them. The showers are clean with push button style controls. The camp hosts were friendly and helpful. Two bars of AT&T let me do all my emails etc. We saw tons of scaled quail and heard coyotes one night. Blackwater Draw archeological site is just north of here. The museum is located in Portales.