We checked in on Saturday July 24, 2010 about 4pm. When we checked in we were told that every one had to read the rules and follow them. We were never told about the facilities, nor were we told to have a great stay or welcome to River Ranch. A man showed us where the cabin was, walked in, explained the rules again, and left. We were pulling trailers with four wheelers and we had to park them over by the lake in a field that was filled with Black foul mud and large pot holes that made it difficult to park in much less move a trailer around. The cabin was left a mess, with trash on the floor, clothes in the closets and drawers. The bathroom was the worst!! The toilet was not flushed or cleaned, there was hair in the sink and toilet and shower. There was such a bad water leak that you could here the water under the floor as you walked. There was black mold on the walls of the bathroom and one of the rooms. The stove in the kitchen leaked gas, so we had to keep the gas turned off at the gas line, to keep the fumes down. One of my family members became sick after about three days in the cabin. We were not allowed to park our vehicle at the site of our other family that was staying at the other end of the camp. We were constantly being watched by the park owners, every time we went to hook up to our trailers and any time we were walking in the park. The owners yelled at us from across the lake telling us to move our vehicle, but did not do the same to another camper who was parked in the same area. The people were hateful and unprofessional and I would never waste my money at this place again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the southern part of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and completely surrounded by the Carson National Forest. River Ranch is at the West end, and a nice stroll from Red River a mountain town with quaint shops and relaxed dinning. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- River Ranch Hotel Red River