Site in the Buffalo loop with elec & water. Cement spurs (very level), table, and shelter. $10 with the senior pass. Visitor Center has some great displays, trail maps and information. Showers were push button but nice and warm. Good view of lake and very relaxing.We traveled from here to Bandalier NP and Santa Fe is 30 minutes.
October 10, 2019 - reviewed by Dawn
Stayed at site with no hook ups but shower house and bathroom close and clean. Sites are beautiful and spread apart ...with NP pass save %50. Loved our stay
September 24, 2019 - reviewed by Susan
We stayed 5 nights at $20/night. 50 amp hookup. Good water pressure, quiet campground with low light so the stars and sunsets and rises were beautiful. No full hookups but 3 dump stations. Ernie, one of the camp hosts joined us for tailgating after he got off from work one night for the Georgia/Notre Dame football game. Friendly place with good laundry mat just 1/4 mile away. We were in the older section. New sections are fully paved with covered picnic tables. Very clean. Would stay here again. 4 stars because the shower house in old section was closed and had to use next one not too far away. It was outdated but served its purpose.
May 2, 2019 - reviewed by Rebecca and John
Beautiful Spot By The Lake
This campground is really nice and well kept. The sites are level and roomy with trees strategically placed so that it feels very private. There’s a nice shelter and concrete picnic table at each space. We stayed in the first loop which is the most scenic but doesn’t have electricity. The sites with electric weren’t nearly as scenic. The electric sites run $20 a night and the non electric are $12. If you have a national park pass you get a 50% discount.
November 19, 2017 - reviewed by Nick
Nice And Quite
Not far from the water and it was peaceful.
June 14, 2017 - reviewed by John Lewis
Very nice COE Park
Good space between you and your neighbor, so nice privacy. 50 amp power is good and stable, good water pressure. Many sites have good views of the lake and mountains. We would stay here again.