Rodeo, New Mexico
February 9, 2006
Cooking lessons, anyone? The park, established in 1983, has many standard amenities and some unusual ones, such as a fish cleaning station, and depending on availability, fresh produce and fish sold right in the park. 2006 update: New and helpful services at Totonaka are free Spanish language lessons by staff, and workshops in Mexican history, culture, and cooking. Free high speed DSL internet is available in the office, as well as WI-FI around the park. There’s also a pool, hot tub, clubhouse, first aid room, laundromat, a couple of restroom/shower buildings (remodeled as of early 2006), and barbecue areas on both sides of the park. There are plans to install a Jacuzzi in the near future. 24 hour security provides heightened safety.
Besides RV spaces and tents, there are 24 apartments for rent around the perimeter of the park. Occupancies up to 8 persons, price ranges from $25-100, depending on size of unit and presence of kitchen. Apartment guests may use all RV park facilities. The park is pet-friendly, but very strict that pets not disturb other campers and that owners pick up after their pets at all times.
If we decide to bring our motor home to San Carlos, it’s highly likely that we’d choose Totonaka RV Park.
2005-2006 full hookup RV rates are $20 a day, $120 a week, $390 a month, and continue to go down the longer the stay. Dry camping costs $12 daily, tent camping $10 daily. The 17% tax is included within the rates.
First reviewed May 2004, Updated 2006. Check out Totonaka’s new and improved website! E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From journal Eating and Sleeping in San Carlos