September 12, 4:54pm - reviewed by Jon
Excellent spot; clean, inexpensive ($14, water and electric), nice hiking around the lake. They do have a fly problem (not unique). Would return.
August 31, 8:39am - reviewed by 3Cs Campers
Has everything you need for a good time: trails, scenery, and water all with the convenience of full hookups.
July 27, 6:32pm - reviewed by Scott
Park campground looked great, however, every site had a occupied sign on it and at least 7 were unoccupied. There was NO camp host to be found at either campground. Their rigs were there, just they weren't. This was a Friday evening and I would expect someone around to do their job.
June 21, 7:15pm - reviewed by Paul
We were traveling west on I 40. Great first stop in NM. We were in 23 foot trailer. Loop A Of Campground has water/ 50 amp. Cement shelter and picnic table. Bathroom was clean and shower was hot. Facilities are pretty warn, area was so dry, no fires allowed. Easy hike down to lake.
June 14, 11:36am - reviewed by Aubri
Cannot say enough good things about this campground. Views are spectacular, sites are spaced nicely and mostly level, and everything is well taken care of. Campground staff was nice and accommodating when our 37’ trailer felt too tight in the site we originally reserved. Facilities were clean and the playground was nice for my son to burn off some energy. You won’t find a better value!
March 23, 3:08pm - reviewed by Holly
No Hot Water For Shower
After finding our site number ( printed on lower part of picnic table ) we were good. We had a nice pull through with water and electric. Didn’t feel cramped at all. 2 bars AT&T but no antenna TV. Nice bathrooms and hiking trails. It’s a Corps of Engineer park run by the state as far as I recall. They are trying to get the new water heater put in.
February 3, 8:48am - reviewed by Judy
Very Nice Park
We always like New Mexico state parks. They provide nicely kept parks at reasonable rates. This park has loop A which has sites with electric with some having water and some that don't. Loop B has no water or electric, but has nice sites and is closer to the lake. You can reserve some sites online, but we choose to do the first come, first serve sites. Ours had both electric and water and was a pull through. A21 was our site. Very nice and quiet park.
Word of caution. If you're looking for the dump station, you won't find it close by. It's way out on the road coming into the park by the Los Tanos Equestrian Trail Park.
November 5, 9:12am - reviewed by PK Adventures
Clean With A View
Nice park, very quiet, and friendly staff. We just stayed for one night and it was perfect. Note: the sites are electric only.
August 28, 8:30pm - reviewed by Martinez
Santa Rosa Lake
Family had a good time fishing, camping and kayaking. The jet skies came real close to where we ere fishing, so we moved. Glad camp site had electric, showers had plenty of hot water and finally price was right for $10 per night.
Only bad thing was the mosquitos and flys
December 28, 8:59pm - reviewed by First Timers
Def worth the 8 mile drive from town. Clean showers, pull through spaces with grills, playground, and space. Very quiet, beautiful view of lake, very reasonably priced. Stayed here on way to and from Grand Canyon trip with family.
October 12, 4:19pm - reviewed by Dv8n
Stay Here. Don't Waste Time In Santa Ros
The stay was great we run into a little problem in Santa Rosa made our way out here and enjoyed it would recommend staying out here.