Little Vineyard RV Park and Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Little Vineyard offers a family-friendly environment where anyone can come and experience the best of the RV industry. With new management in place, Little Vineyard is in position to become one of the southwest's premier RV resorts. Currently, Little Vineyard is a beautiful, safe RV resort that is on the rise! Super clean bathrooms and a heated indoor pool with hot tub. Large laundry room with newer washers and dryers. Big pull through sites and a well-lit dog park. There is a clubhouse with TV's, pool tables, and weekly events including bingo, cornhole tournaments, poker, and a hamburger night.
Little Vineyard also boasts; the fastest WIFI in town, propane, and a high-end customer service environment. This is a must stop when traveling in the southwest!
do not go there
pore management. over priced. bad water. cramped .when it rains water ever were. no quit time date12-21-15 to 1-21-16
A place to stop...
We were on our way through and needed a place to stay for the night. As a side note: For some reason our GPS did not locate the park easily. Thank goodness we saw their sign. The park looks like its been there a while. There are some RVs and mobile homes along the back that look like people have set up residence there. Over all the park is well kept, and clean. Trees are a premium and most of the spaces are in the direct sun. The roads and spaces are all gravel. The roads are wide, and both roads and spaces seem level. Trash dump is along the fence, along with the dog walk area. Park was not too crowded when we were there in late June. Even though it is pretty close to I-10, the noise did not seem to be too loud. It was pretty windy, and without trees, we got hit fairly hard. Clubhouse, pool and laundry are in the front up by the office. It is a pretty good walk from there to the back where we were parked. There is free Wi-Fi, but we found it hard to hook up and maintain a good signal. Lack of trees, grass, and a reliable Wi-Fi, leaves me to give it a 3 star rating. I found it a good place to stay overnight, but if passing through again, I'd try another spot as overall I just wasn't impressed. There doesn't seem like a lot to do here, (either at the park or in Deming). But as I said this was not our destination, we were just passing through. They are pretty close to shopping and gas, about 5 miles either direction. They are a Good Sam member.
Little Vineyard RV park and resort
Stayed here for a week which rate reflects.Power was extra for week stay. Sites are large and level, some have trees most don't. Laundry and facilities nice and clean,very friendly staff. WiFi was not that good, we were in back and seemed to lose internet a lot, had to go to clubhouse where internet worked good. Lots of permanent people here. Would stay here again.
A very nice place to stay...
A bit more expensive than the other parks but it is spotless and in a good location. The people who live here and the people who operate the park are very very nice. Bring your own WiFi if you can- that would be my main issue here is the limited wifi connection they have. :-( I have never lived in an RV Park before and I have had a very nice stay.
Visit Deming ?
There were a lot of signs along Highway 8 suggesting that we visit Deming, on our way back through New Mexico we took them up on their offer. There may have bee a lot to do, but we couldn't find anything. After driving through the downtown and visiting the Chamber of Commerce for recommendations on a good restaurant, we gave up and went back to the campground for dinner. The sites were level and close together with few trees. The dog walk was a patch of grass along one of the boundary fences. The sites were gravel and a lot of the RV's appear to have been there for a while.