January 22, 2023 - reviewed by EjP
Spectacular setting within the desert vegetation. Irregular sites with lots room between neighbours. Depending on the site, the size of your rig & electrical cord length it may or may not be easy to access plug-in & water. The Museum is a must visit, free to onsite campers! Fascinating historical area. Star gazing! Quiet because very few people in the park due to repair to septic system…bathrooms & dump are closed. However, new clean Porta Potties on site.
February 19, 2022 - reviewed by DeeDee
If you hate dust, open gravel lots with no screening between neighbors, cactus, remoteness, minimal services, then stay home and let the rest of us love it. This is a destination, not a stop-over.
Gravel sites, bring some boards, may be needed under one wheel. Long hose as previously stated. Immaculate bath houses, friendly people.
30 amp, some 50, water, dump, etc.. laundry in town not the best. Good cell signal Verizon and AT&T.
Typical desert place. We extended our stay by a week. Mexico crossing nearby. Don’t have to drive in!
DON’T arrive after dark. There are signs and all is marked. In the desert boulders and rocks are used as borders. Very confusing lay out after dark too.
April 17, 2021 - reviewed by TinCanReview
About 3 miles from Mexico border. Park near Dollar store and walk to Pink Store. So much fun.
Sign at entry says they have FCFS sites. Site 14 was amazing about 60+ feet. Full of beautiful cactus
December 22, 2020 - reviewed by Theodore Sierocinski
On the road again
Great access to Palomas, Mexico and shopping at the Pink Store just a short drive to the border, then a couple hundred yards from the border. Park in the USA and walk into Mexico. Many dentists optical shops, and pharmacies to choose from. I've been visiting here for 30 years
February 9, 2020 - reviewed by Dan Foley
Spacious, Level, Clean, Quiet
The heading says it all. Beautiful campground with level spots. The water, in some sites, is on the opposite side of the rig, near the picnic table; so an extra long hose is needed. Other than that small inconvenience, the park is excellent. The museum is definitely worthwhile.
January 4, 2019 - reviewed by HANK
Spacious well designed park. Local services and activities minimal but plenty in Deming, NM. VERY friendly locals.
May 8, 2018 - reviewed by 2oldies
Nice clean inexpensive cg. Lots of blooms. Interesting museum, a good place to get outta the heat
February 14, 2018 - reviewed by Danmar
Good spot for an overnight stay. Good size historical museum if your a history buff
February 2, 2018 - reviewed by Jules
$14 a night. Self serve, drop the money in the box. Great sorroundings and it’s very quiet. No dump sewage on the lot your staying if you have an rv. Hard to find your way base on the layout on the site your first time specially at night. Mountain lion spotted on site by neighbor. Too dark at night to go to the restroom so grab a flash light or have someone go with you. Nice bathroom with showers. I think it’s a safe place. The lion just hunting for rabbits.
March 29, 2017 - reviewed by LDalton
In addition to the fascinating story of Pancho Villa and his raid, the campground is terrific. Price is great, too.
January 6, 2016 - reviewed by Big Red
Great place...clean and has some interesting history. We stop here a lot. Most of the folks are great, except for one, and we just ignore him.....