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Date of Stay:
September, 2016 -
We stayed at Jolley Camper for three nights. It's a quaint small, family owned RV campground. The owner let us choose our own spot. He did inform us prior to choosing, that spaces 1 and 10 had low voltage. The spaces are close to each other on the dirt road, but still easy to park and unhook. We chose site 13 which is on the grass and closer to the highway, but not to close. Our door opened to the large grassy lawn. There is a great dog area in the park. There is a train track next to the park, but was not to busy with trains. This is a nice place to stay with friendly owners. There isn't cable and not sure about internet service. We had satellite so no cable wasn't a problem. It is a quiet park with nice views of the stars at night. We would stay here again. We camped at Jolley Camper and Cottage Rental (formerly Jessen's RV Park) in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
April, 2016 -
We stopped at Rancheros de Santa Fe for two nights and ended up staying 8 nights. This park is very quiet with trees between the sites. We were in site 110. The site was level and plenty of room for my 3 slideouts and 35 ft rig. Had no problem getting to the site. The park definitely has the camping atmosphere and not the "parking lot" scene. The owner and staff are very friendly and offer their knowledge of the area. There is a nice hike about a quarter mile long in the back of the park great for walking dogs. The laundry room is clean with plenty of machines. Washer was $3.00 and dryer $1.25. Santa Fe is about 25 minutes away, and the National Parks are about 30 and 45 minutes away. Old Santa Fe and Parks are a must see. The RV park is real easy to access from I-25. They sell propane on site at a reasonable price. If we are ever back in the area we will stay here again. We camped at Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Must see Old Santa Fe, and the National Park Monuments.
Date of Stay:
February, 2016 -
My wife and I planned a stopped at Desert View RV Resort for 2 nights and ended up staying 2 weeks. The park operators are very friendly and helpful. The owner of the park is a good person who really cares about his place and tries to ensure your needs are met. The spaces were plenty big for our 27' rig with one slide out. Every spot have trees separating each RV from one another, which gives good privacy. There are a lot of activities to do with other RVer's in the park. They put on different types of tournaments through out the week. Most were snowbirds escaping the north cold. Everyone we met were so friendly. This park is very pet friendly with ample room to walk your pets. The spaces were level and easily accessible. Bullhead/ Laughlin are about 25 miles away, but an easy drive. There are several places to eat in the area. Satellite is easy to acquire. The only downfall with this park is the internet service (slow), which they admit on the phone. They have great rates when staying a week or longer. We will stay here again when back in the area. We camped at Desert View RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.