We stayed at Boot Hill RV Park in early October 2019. The weather at the time ranged from cool to warm, with cold and sometimes freezing overnight temperatures.
Our space (#505) was just long enough for our 40-foot class A with our truck parked sideways. The sites aren’t amazingly wide, but we didn’t feel on top of our neighbors either. The neighbors were friendly, though we all sort of kept to ourselves. We had great Verizon and AT&T service (though not always excellent in the evenings) and 50-amp with full hookups. We noted that they do charge extra if you have your own washer/dryer because of the costs associated with emptying their septic system. Water pressure was about a 2.5 out of 5.
The staff was friendly, the park is clean and a decent quality with your typical basic amenities such as 50-amp full hookups, showers, and laundry. They have a workout room as well as a picnic area. It’s okay to walk around, but is really just a gravel lot; so can be a bit dusty when the wind’s blowing. We walked down the side road a bit one night. It’s nothing special, but a place to walk outside of the RV park. You’re better off driving to a park in town or farther out to the State Park, Lincoln National Forest, or White Sands National Monument for your exercise. It’s also about ten minutes to town, across the street from McGinn’s Pistachioland, and just north of the highway leading toward White Sands National Monument (about 25 minutes away.)
We paid the weekly rate since we were there for two weeks and felt the park and location were worth the price.
We didn’t take any photos of the park itself, but the location was the main point for us. Look at everything we got to explore while staying at Boot Hill RV Resort – and there’s so much more we didn’t have time to visit! (For more information on these sites, read our ‘Dazzling Dunes of White Sands‘ and ‘Sorta Space and Heavenly High Rolls‘ articles.)