February 7, 2021 - reviewed by Skip Watson
Small, not very well organized, campground. It looks like someone took a map of the area and threw darts at it and said "that's where we'll put a campsite." Difficult for a midsized to large rig to maneuver into spaces. Hard to discern a day use site from a camp site. Sites are not very level. 2 sites have w/e, the rest are dry. Petroglyphs are interesting, but it'd be nice if there was a brochure of some kind to explain the meanings of some of them. Several numbers along the trail, like you're supposed to be able to match the number to an explanation...but, no explanation. Flush toilets that are still open during COVID. 2 bars of AT&T. $7 dry camp, $18 for w/e. Half price with senior pass. 3 stars for lack of good traffic flow and undeveloped sites.
January 1, 2018 - reviewed by @chasingtabor
An Amazing BLM spot
We didn't stay here but walked through the area and would definitely come back and stay. Amazing views, hikes and petroglyphs to see. Archeological dig and lava field not far away as well. Only $3/night with national park pass for no hookups and 18/night for rv hookups. I didn't see a dump station though. Restrooms available too.
February 23, 2017 - reviewed by Cropdoc
Half mile hike to see hundreds of petroglyphs. Little more distance accesses 21,000. Count em. Beatiful scenic view of Tularosa Basin and Sierra Blanca. Don't miss it. Allow at least an hour or two.