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2 RV Parks near Logan, New Mexico
Dec 2016 - $18.00
Old park. Mostly permanents. WAY TOO MANY BURRS. 100's on carpeting. Trains trucks all night long. 1 night barely tolerable. - 11 Bounder
Oct 2016 - $20.00
Nice level sites with full hookups. Watch for plenty of thorns around whole campground, not a step you don't catch them on your shoes needing to clean them off and out of your rv and vehicle. They need to burn the whole rv park to get rid of them. Not very welcoming. Cautious. Otherwise great rv park and location if you're off hwy 54 or 39. Host is great, Rates are $20/night . - PMontano
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Good place for an overnight stop, that's it. Long concrete pads, sewer, 50 amps and wifi. No bathhouse. Friendly staff. Easy access right off Hwy 54, dusty and lots of burrs stick to your shoes and get tracked inside. No need to unhook your toad. Price reflects Passport America discount. - eventanman
Oct 2018 - $4.00
All the previous reviews sum things up well, nice park, big trees by the lake, very picturesque, occasional train noise. Oh, and double up on the sand burrs, I thought they were bad at Caballo Dam SP and Percha Dam SP but here they're a constant problem. I would not recommend taking dogs out without booties on, and be careful with any kneeler pads you might use when hooking up, the bottom may end up like mine with 20 or 30 of the things embedded in it. One big exception to previous reviews is Verizon access is listed as "good" You cannot make a Verizon voice call from anywhere in the area unless you use wifi to make the call, and the bandwidth of the local tower (AT&T) or the park wifi is not sufficient, the wifi calls are completely garbled/unintelligible. I spent 45 minutes chatting with Verizon tech support to learn that. A park ranger confirmed this saying "Verizon phones don't work anywhere in the Logan area" The nearest place you can get a working Verizon phone connection is Tucumcari, about 25 miles southwest. There's a dirt parking lot next to Blake's Lottaburger by I-40 and I got a Verizon Wireless signal there. The park wifi is acceptable for reading mail and web surfing. Don't get fooled by GPS! Mine lead me to "Ute Lake SP South Area" which is nowhere near the campground and there's barely room to turn a big rig + towed at the end of the road. - The Old Fart
Sep 2018 - $4.00
Really nice rangers here. Lonngggg site. Stayed in Yucca loop. We are a 40' fifth wheel. Could have been 60' and still fit. Electric and water utilities well placed. We had 50 amp service in this loop. Pretty view out over the lake. Easy pull-throughs. Nice gazebo with two sided wall on our site for shelter. - fun2travel
Jun 2018 - $10.00
We got to the park on a Friday afternoon and spent the first few minutes cleaning up our site. The cleanliness of the campground and facilities were a bit less than we've expected. For our dog, it was a bit iffy due to the sand burrs were all over the place. During the weekend it was JAMMED with cars driving all over the grass (the signs saying stay on paved roads were ignored and not enforced).
If you want a view of the lake or some shade - pick YUCCA loop. If you want 50amp, I think you'll need ZIA loop. - Wandering With Us