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2 RV Parks near Churchrock, New Mexico
Sep 2019 - $22.00
Nobody around? No key to the bathrooms. We finally found someone with a key late in the day. No envelopes or forms or receipts to make a payment. Wrote a check and put it in OUR envelope with key on the way out. Very unprofessional. - DAN44MILW
Jul 2019 - $22.00
The site was level. The electric and water were centrally located. The water pressure was quite high so make sure you have a regulator. There are several places for horse stalls so flys and ants can be an issue. It could get very dusty. If there is an event, a great fireworks display starts at dusk. The wifi at the site was quite slow. AT&T worked fine at the site. - Al and Anne-Marie
Jul 2019 - $22.00
Stayed here for a week while visiting forest National Park which was less than an hour away. First the bad- horse poop everywhere, trash everywhere, sand too deep for using a wheelchair, sites very difficult to get big rigs in and not level, no fenced in area for dogs but plenty of trails, and the flies were ridiculous. Now for the good-magnificent view of the red rocks and spires, fairly easy to find from interstate, and close to shopping and restaurants. Management was friendly and accommodating but the office to check in is not in the campgrounds and was hard to find. Other campers were very friendly. We're glad to leave and get away from flies. As long as you don't spend a lot of time outside it would be a good campground. Might stay again but would stock up on bug spray! - S Dowdy
Nov 2019 - $32.00
This park is a great stop over place and is easy to get to off the I-40. All of the staff members are helpful and very friendly. The sites are gravel, spacious and level. There is a nice laundry room that has several clean machines. The showers and bathroom are spotless and well lit. We filled up our propane tanks there as well and their price was $1.00/gallon less expensive than Camping World in Albuquerque. - Depart The Norm
Nov 2019 - $35.00
Worst checkin ever. Sent us to site already occupied. Cashier explained that the previous tenant should have already vacated. Would it make sense for park management to check to see that sites are empty before sending a big rig with tow to drive around the park to an occupied site, back to the office then back out to another site after driving on the road all day? Had to wait 10-15 minutes for cashier to decide the previous customer's bill was correct; keep manually adding and subtracting in his head and out loud thinking the cash register total did not add up. Customer was not complaining; the customer know how much they spent; the cashier just could not accept the bill added up correctly (but it did). Then, the cashier decided to change the receipt tape in the cash register. The propane gas guy was rude and put out that he had to fill both our on-board and separate propane tanks; we had to do a tight U-turn (in a big rig with tow) to be on correct side of propane pump. No signs explaining they can only fill propane to side of rig closest to tank. My husband had to ask three times if the hose would reach our rig before getting a grunt answer. Propane guy insisted my husband personally go into the office to communicate # propane gallons yet propane guy had already communicated gallons via walkie-talkie to cashier and I was already in the process of paying. Total checkin time about 30 minutes. Site was not level; had to use levelers. Bright pole lite shining in. Paid extra for 50 amp and cable TV (cable TV was worthless; fuzzy networks plus commercials). Neither of the two employees we met should be in jobs dealing with people or math. The park was so noisy; low flying planes and rumbling trains late into the night and early am and late checkins and traffic through park. - Dirt Biker
Oct 2019 - $37.00
The overall rating of 8 is too high. There are 100 trains a day, 20 min apart according to the locals. There is no whistle but you can here it rumble by. And for some reason it appears to be loudest around 8 in the morning. The park is also in the direct flight path of an airport. So you hear planes at full throttle, low to the ground as they are taking off. The park itself is okay. Most of the sites are buddy sites and close together. Sites are all gravel with a small brick patio for the picnic table. There are a few trees but most sites are in the open. The pool was closed and the BBQ closes on labor day. Due to all of the train and airplane noise, we would not stay again. - newbies2016