March 20, 2021 - reviewed by Michael
We stayed here on 3/19/2021 in our 18 foot TT. Pulled in around 3 pm on a Friday. There was only 3 sites left and got lucky to get the last pull through site, facing the east. It is first come first serve, and is free. There are 2 pit toilets. All the camping sites have a covered picnic table, a BBQ grill and fire pit. There is also a small over flow lot at the entrance to the campground that we saw 2 people use. Will definitely stay here again, both for an over night heading someplace else or for staying a few nights to check out the area. There is no water or dump station.
January 13, 2021 - reviewed by TripleL
Beauty for Boondocking
Really beautiful site. Stayed in early January. Like everyone says, 10 spots, first come, first serve. Very remote with great access to the Sandcliffs close by. I'd stay here before anywhere else in Albuquerque if I had one night to boondock. Check out our travel blog: http://triplelacres.com/Lillback1/
March 9, 2020 - reviewed by Van Camper
Nice quiet campground, clean pit toilet, dark night sky and a vista view. Sites filled up by evening on a cold Sunday night in March.
July 20, 2019 - reviewed by Abinadom
Awesome site, clean and each site comes with picnic and shelter. All of the trash bins were locked up. Other than that, dry camping is great there and it’s free!
September 15, 2018 - reviewed by Sweetpea
Free And Big
We had a really nice and quiet stay for one night here. It was a free campsite. The 1 we chose was a pull through because we were towing our vehicle. We will definitely stay here again if we are in the area. The views are gorgeous. Come early or you may not get a spot. There are only 10 spots with covered tables and cement slabs, but there are dispersed campsites a little farther down the road.
March 3, 2018 - reviewed by Moe
This camp ground is a real gem. We arrived and only one other camper... we stayed 2 nights because it was so beautiful and quiet. More campers came the second day which was fine. Well maintained campground... very clean toilets. Several great little hikes close by.... fantastic area!
November 8, 2017 - reviewed by Cathy
1st time RVer
Nice clean sites and facilities. Great place for our first night dry camping and would come back again. Road to sites could be difficult in bad weather.
May 24, 2017 - reviewed by Stan
A Good Overnighter
This is a no fee campground of about 10 somewhat level gravel sites ... bring your blocks. Pit toilets are relatively clean. Picnic tables, some with shelters, and fire rings. No water, no power. LONG RIGS BEWARE! There is a dip in the access road just off the highway that could cause a problem. The road is quite rough. This place is quiet and the stars are bright!