This is one of my favorite campgrounds. What makes it ideal for me? First, it has a view. I like long views with mountains and lakes in the distance, and this place has both. Also, I picked a site on a hill so I get a good view of everything.
Next, the sites are well spread apart, so I do not have close neighbors.
I don't tow an extra vehicle, but if I did, I would have a separate spot to park it.
My site is on a curve, but it is still very large. I am parked at the back of the site and also have enough room to step out my door while staying on the pavement.
Very importantly, I have 5 bars on both my Verizon cell phone and jetpack or mobile hotspot! Yea! Strangely, a lot of COE parks and also Indian reservations (which this is next to) have excellent Verizon service.
Also, I have electric and water service, and the hookups are not rusted and ancient, meaning they actually work!
And each site has a covered picnic table on a cement slab and all are in good condition. A real plus is the solar powered lamppost! Have never seen one of those in a campground before, but here, every site has one.
OK, new subject. when I bought my motorhome, one of the selling points was this large corner kitchen storage area. I keep my nesting pots with their lids, teakettle, and a ton of plastic containers. I use a lot of these containers because I often make a large batch of something and then freeze portions for days when I just want to heat something up.
Lately, things keep moving around and rattling as I drive down the road. When I stop and open the door, everything falls out. So a couple of weeks ago, I cleaned it out and tossed unneeded stuff. Yesterday, I picked up some non-slide liner and also got another small shelf unit. Today I put it all together. So this is the BEFORE picture. I am driving to Santa Fe tomorrow, so will see how everything stays in place when I come back.
YES! I just got back from driving 60 into Santa Fe, and when I came back everything in this cabinet is in exactly the same place. Yea!