May 28, 2020 - reviewed by Brooke
Spent one night there a couple of weeks ago. This campground is very remote and we had zero cell service for Verizon and sprint. The sights are very un level and tight. There was only one shower in the women’s and it had a razor, panties, and a toothbrush in it from a full time camper. We left at daybreak. Not worth $30/night
September 18, 2018 - reviewed by Stan
A Funky Place To Stay
This park is rustic and somewhat tight to maneuver. The road and sites are dirtish gravel, somewhat levelish .... bring your blocks. A large fraction are permanent residents and somewhat of a commune. Security is provided by free range guard chickens .... a hoot to watch, especially if you are kind enough to give bird seed. The restroom/showers are very dated, but useable. The cafe has a friendly atmosphere with good food. WARNING#1, the sewer connection elevations are such that you might create an inverted siphon in your sewer hose when you dump. Which means the hose will not drain completely ..... and then you disconnect ..... not good. Think about it BEFORE your dump! WARNING#2, it's a long drive from here to a grocery store or fuel. FYI: The El Morro National Monument campground is only suitable for tents and very small trailers, so this RV park in the only shop in town. I really enjoyed the Monument and I would stay here again, but $30/night is a bit expensive.
July 28, 2018 - reviewed by James
Like previous camper mentioned, spaces are a little tight but manageable. The campground is rustic but has restrooms/showers. The utilities are arranged strange but does have full hook ups (bring a long sewer hose). We really enjoyed our stay and our iced mochas from the coffee shop next door.
July 26, 2017 - reviewed by G. Hansen
We were there two nights. It's pretty tight getting our motorhome in but it worked out. Everyone was so nice.