A Deming Roadrunner RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
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Big rig friendly; 20-30-50 amp; pull-thrus; back-ins; free cable; free wi-fi; propane; all gravel; PA discount $13.93 including tax. Would stay again when in area.
Just another gravel parking lot
The good thing about the park .. Not very crowed .. Now we know why .. Another good thing about it .. Great location to use your satalitie .. Since they don't have any trees ... Don't know what else I could say about thins place ...
Stay anywhere else!!!!
This was the absolute worst camping experience of my wife's and my lives. The sewer system backed up on the first of our three day stay so the bathroom and showers could not be used. Although unpleasant, this was not the worst part of our stay. Rather than contract a reputable plumbing company to quickly fix the problem, as a paying customer would reasonably expect, the owner employed a live-in semi-retired handy man who quickly demonstrated he was mostly clueless about plumbing. During our stay, we had to drive to a truckstop to take showers and I won't address how we had to relieve ourselves. Not only was no apology ever offered by the campground owner or staff, I was berrated by an incredibly rude office attendant (daugter-in-law of the owner?) on the last day of our stay when I politely asked to be renumerated for the $30 cost ($5 each for six showers) of showering at the truck stop. We had to back out of the office to get away from her seemingly out of control tongue lashing. I would not recommend this campground to any decent person.
As good as Deming gets
After leaving El Rancho Lobo with our pesky kids, we found several RV parks in and around Deming. We settled on the Road Runner RV Park because it said it had a heated pool and hot tub. We found out the pool was no more. We had to wait for a UPS package to catch us, so we ended up here three nights. Very glad to move on to warmer Arizona at the end of the stay.
Not much in nearby Deming. Las Cruces is about 60 minutes away. City of Rocks State Park and a couple of other State Parks nearby. Some ghost towns also close-by.
Two staff were great, one was whateva and one was a bit rude. I asked him a question and he said look in the bleeping brochure I gave you when you checked in. Great view mountains and stars at night.
We paid $29 a night for three nights. We liked the bathrooms, although a couple of them didn't seem to get warm enough.
Laundry facility was small but moderately priced. Wifi was slow most of the time except the middle of the day. Very small lending library. They sell propane, small camp store. About as good as it gets in Deming, New Mexico.