Our stay at Town and Country RV in Roswell was brief, just two nights, but it left a good impression on me. Both our parking spot and the facilities were new and in good order and the price was reasonable.
RV Park Cost: $72 ($36/night)
Discounts Used: Good Sam
Address: 331 W. Brasher Rd. Roswell, NM 88203
GPS: 33.351744, -104.524747
- New pads and facilities
- Full hookups, including cable
- Numerous amenities
- Well maintained
- Little Greenery (in the lot we occupied)
- Narrow sites
Town and Country is more town than country, right on the outskirts of Roswell, New Mexico. Since Trail is something of a UFO buff and X-Files fan, we had to spend at least a day exploring the town before we rolled on to Carlsbad Caverns. RV places in towns tend to come at a bit f a premium and this was no exception.
Town and Country seems to have a couple of different sections. We stayed in what appeared to be a brand new area of the park. The spots were all fresh, level gravel with concrete dividers and the building with the bathrooms and showers was gleaming. The downside for brand new parks is the greenery was minimal. Each parking spot had a newly planted tree but it will be a few years before they provide much shade or break up the overall concrete paradise look of the place. An older part of the park has more robust shade trees, and while it shows its age in places it appeared to be clean and well maintained.
Town and Country offers a full slate of amenities. They sport both a clubhouse and pool in addition to the restrooms and multiple showers. There is a laundry and a small exercise room with equipment in good order. We didn’t take advantage of much of it due to our short stay. They have full hookups and some very large parking spots for big rigs. Cable is extra but the channel selection was good. The Wifi signal was strong but the bandwidth not up to the number of RVs in the park during peak usage times.
The price is little higher than we shoot for, but considering the park is in good shape, and they have a full array of amenities, it isn’t unreasonable. If you aren’t dead set on a bargain I recommend it.