Loop A is the electric loop. Power and water pressure were great. Ultimately, he said he would charge me for the spot, which he did on my debit card without my authorization. Pool was closed for maintenance. I'm sure he's been cheated a million times but man.
Santa Rosa is halfway between Albuquerque and Amarillo and a stop-off on the historic Route 66. The park struggles to keep some grass, but is switching over to native New Mexico grasses that grow taller and hold the soil. We took a 30 amp electric and water only. Limited selection of items and the food was plain. Upon checking for reservations we had for 6 months for full hook up, was told they didn't have any full hook up. It is very quiet at the park because it is away from the beaten path and the night sky was beautiful. The manager came to our site in the morning and said we had 10 mins to leave.
If you hike, take one of the trails into the wild areas surrounding the water. . We are in our mid-seventies. Informed him we wanted to register a site. They upgraded us go a pull through site when we arrived which was great.
It is handy if you are walking. One of the most rude experiences I've ever had. Otherwise we could have stayed hooked up. Just a sloppy, no effort cook. At this Point I told him that we would go to another Park.
We're walkers and enjoy its convenient location to restaurants and stores. My wife went to talk to the owner-very rude, wouldn't work with us to move us or to put us over in back by the tents so we could use the generator. I'm an affable person and get on with most folks but the owner seems to prefer being disagreeable and gruff. We definitely recommend this place and would look forward to staying here again if we're out this way! He went behind my trailer to check for damage. We reserved a spot earlier in the day while on the road and the owner was nothing but professional and friendly.
Then another person walked in after us with a reservation and was given 50 amp with full hook up. Sites are close together, but it did the job for one night. I was told no discount for the inconvenience, he could refund me and I could leave looking for a new place. Rent canoes or pedal boats to float down the El Rito Creek. Santa Rosa could be a great place to camp except for the lack of care by the park employees. Scuba Diving The Blue Hole is the most famous of Santa Rosa's sinkholes and is a popular spot for diving. I thought it looked environmentally sensible and attractive.
We overnighted on the way back home so we left asap and will probably stay elsewhere if we have to stay in the area again. Unfortunately, there are not many choices in the area -- Tucumcari is about an hour east. Enjoy our various amenities including our , which is open for dinner every night with home-style favorites to delight your taste buds. It would be nice if they would escort you to your site. There is also the Blue Hole, a deep artisan well that locals swim in. We went inside the Office and he put a Paper in Front of me saying that the dog wasn't a Service dog. On the second try found a 50 amp site.
Obviously it's been non functional for a long time. The laundry room has 4 washers and 4 dryers. Dirt surface somewhat level which would make a mud hole if there was any water. The man who I talked to on the phone was pretty curt and to the point. Red River is the place that awakens us each day by the soothing sound of a rushing river and then again each evening as the sun sets over main street. Good location and nice staff.
Therefore, when disconnecting your hose, the residual water runs onto your neighbors electrical cord. Didn't take time to explore all the amenities. After all this he said he didn't a 50 amp hook up and That he only had 30 Amps available. Summer kayak, paddle board, pedal boat, and canoe rentals are available via the Violetti Road entrance from 11 a. We will definitely stay here again when in the area! Request a few more Visitor Guides, or to receive your guides by mail.
Pulled up and ask the older gentleman where to register. But our reservation was for a back-in site on the east side of the loop, directly across the road from my sister's pull-out site. It was pretty good too. Blue Hole was a fun place to visit and is free of charge, so bring towel and change of clothes. To learn about Amarillo's exciting attractions, history and culture.