Everyone said this was closed but when I came by the gate was open so I went in. The area has plenty of signs warning about not getting near the water. The drive in was easy and there was plenty of room to camp.
Read Carrie’s post about how to get here. The road in must have been recently graded. We didn’t encounter any large rocks or ruts. It is narrow and you will rub some brush.
Just wanted to give an updated review. Camped for two days. First day I rode all of the ATV trails. Nothing spectacular to see but nice to get out and ride. Day two was spent in Roswell at the UFO museum. It was well worth the $5. Everything in...
There was 5” of snow on the ground and more coming. The campground had been plowed and half a dozen of the sites also. Water was off but still had electricity.
This city park has a lot to offer. Fishing,walking trails, dog park, camping with full hook ups, play ground, and new bathrooms.
Good access road. Vault toilet. Not regularly maintained. No water.
Surrounded by tall, mature oak and pine. The place is well shaded. Paved road all the way to campground and paved pads. Most pads are only about 14 to 20ft long. Some are double. No pull through.
This is off road sand paradise. Open sand dunes and in the trees trails. This is why people come here. $10 a day riding fee which is not included with camp price.
Couldn’t find the self-pay kiosk. Sites are gravel with a picnic table and fairly level. All are back in sites. Put toilets are available.
"Great place to ride OHVs. But not much else. "
"Easy place to pull off highway and get some rest"
"Nicely maintained, horse corrals at some sites. "
"7 March 18. Quiet. Close to lake Powell and antelope canyon. "
"Nice place to off road. "
"Sites have tables and central vault toilets "
"Great free spot right off of I-40. "
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