Town & Country RV Park
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As part of our ongoing road trip across the US, we decided to visit Roswell, NM for a few days. This looked like the best RV park according to what I had read, so we aimed the RV for the campground.
We arrived very late and were surprised to only find three spots available. We filled out the night registration and pulled in for the night. Our space was VERY tight to the other RVs and we shared an electric pedestal.
I walked around the next morning and found that 85% of the visitors were full timers. Everyone was gone working during the day so the park was empty. There is a long list of rules, including you cannot leave your dog outside of your camper EVEN if you are out there with them.
This is a great place to stay for a night, but nothing longer really is worth it. The nightly cost is high for what was offered and the condition of the RV park could use some improvement.
I am pretty meh about this place; it served a purpose but not a place I would come back to.
Stayed here for a month in a schoolbus conversion. 30 amp site ($375/mo) near the entrance of the campground. Nice park. Good wi-fi. I could have washed my car down the road at the car wash I passed every day, but I didn't. Ate at Cattleman's Restaurant a couple blocks away. Highly rated. Very good food. Convenience store across the street was handy. Clean bathhouse. Several fast food chains a few blocks north on S Main Street. All in all, a good spot to stay. Brasher Rd connects with HWY 285 to the East & the Truck Relief Route to the West. Meant in my travels (Carlsbad to I-25) I did not have to drive thru town.
Daily rate is $375/30
I can see aliens from here!
On our travels west, we stopped in Roswell because of our love for all things cheesy, and Roswell embraces its alien association. To the fullest. Not wanting to pass by something as awesome as aliens, we stopped in at Town & County RV Park.
This is a big rig friendly park, and registration and parking was simple and quick. There are plenty of pull-throughs available for a 40+ footer and toad. The 50A utilities checked out fine, and the water pressure was sufficient. Trash receptacles were conveniently located.
My primary complaint with Town & Country is our difference in opinion of their advertisement of "Internet Access". When we got to our site, which was one row away from the office, I fired up my computer to find that my access point was the only one listed. When I inquired about internet access, they informed me that they had "internet access", and not "wifi". Their definition is that you walk to the office and access the internet from there. My definition is totally different than that.
As aliens would have it, there was a cell tower within sight of the RV park, and Verizon 3G service rocked, as did cell service. There will be no communicating with ET life forms from this park, unless you have an EVDO connection available.
If you recognize that you are stopping in a town that has Sonic at the top of the Yelp reviews for restaurants, it is a fine park to overnight. It is a couple of miles from the alien action of downtown, but not inconvenient. We will stop here again if we are passing through and have not had any alien sightings in a while.