After hiking to the summit of beautiful mount yonah we thought "Yonah Burger" would be the perfect post- hike meal. It did not disappoint, very delish burger and a cool view of Yonah
After hiking to the summit of beautiful not
Incredible food and great beer!
Highly suggested! Super chill employees and a great place to pitch a tent by the creek. It is roughly 15 bucks more than the KOA and it is a much better experience.
If you are within 300 miles, it is a must stop
Not fucking worth your time. The government makes you pay for it. A waste of time and money
A quality KOA
I heard that it is very cool to go right before sunset or at sunrise. However, it was pretty damn cool in the middle of the day as well! Super unique and unknown. A must see if you can make it this far down into New Mexico!
My buddy and I stayed one night here and it was very accommodating I must say! The workers were super nice and chill, and the tent site was quality. It even had a very pleasant tree for shade. Also, the showers were clean and nice. 5 out of 5.
My cousin and I are going on a road trip throughout southwest USA and this was our second stop. First off, upon arrival you pay and then get "elevatored" down 750 feet which is pretty damn far down. You then take a trail around the cavern. It is quite manageable for anyone and wheelchair accessible. The caverns did not disappoint. It was a very unique experience and they honestly were cooler than I thought. I was thinking that it might be just a tourist trap, it was far from.