October 12, 2021 - reviewed by Vicky And John
Quiet, Clean, Natural
Enjoyed our stay. We were the only ones here beside the friendly camp host. Wonderful tasting well water. Open spiget, so no threads to hook up to rv, but Joe, the host lent us his is funnel and we did it the old fashion way. Nice hiking in the area. Nothing strenuous. We heard elk bugling in the morning and saw deer and cow! We came in from the east so road was fine and paved coming from Cuba. Bathrooms are super clean. Sites are private and ample and many are flat.
August 7, 2017 - reviewed by Stan
A Great Little Campground, But ....
This is a great campground, but if you want to drive NM126 from Los Alamos or Jemez Springs west, beware. There is 9 miles of unpaved dirt/gravel/red clay road that is NOT GOOD if it has rained. So don't even think about it. Add that to a narrow, twisting road that is an "adventure" in dry times with a trailer or motor home. The approach from Cuba NM is not a problem. The campground is very pleasant nestled in the spruce, aspens and ponderosa at 8600 feet elevation. Asphalt throughout and the sites are not crowded. The sites are somewhat level, so bring your blocks. No power, no cell, no dump. Central water from a hand pumped well. Clean pit toilets. $10 and $5 if you are a seasoned geezer like me.
May 28, 2017 - reviewed by Steve G
10 dollars of heaven