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Clines Corner Travel Center
Clines Corner Travel Center

Clines Corner Travel Center

Clines Corners Travel Center is located in Clines Corner, New Mexico. The travel center is the only major business in the city, so the name of the establishment and the city can be used interchangeably in most instances. Clines Corners is a relatively convenient stop for travelers on Interstate 40. Guests can find a variety of food, supplies, and fuel for their vehicles. Additionally, there are 36 RV sites on the premises.

Clines Corners became a convenience stop back in 1934. Roy E. Cline had the idea to create a place for travelers to stop. Since then, Clines Corners has continued with its dedicated customer service in helping travelers along their road trips. Clines Corners is a desert climate and has warm summers and mild winters. The temperature rarely gets above 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer or under 51 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter.


Clines Corners Travel Center is relatively large, with thirty six full service RV sites. The property is located at Exit 218, just off of Interstate 40. Its close proximity to the interstate makes it easy to locate and just a few minutes' drive to pull in. Each RV site can accommodate to the smallest travel trailers and the largest Class A motor homes, according to the owner. Each of the thirty six RV sites offer pull-through access and contain full hookups of thirty and fifty amp, electricity, sewage, and water services. There is free internet and Wi-Fi available throughout the entire property. Pets are welcome at the Clines Corners RV Park; however, they must be on a leash with supervision. There is over thirty thousand square feet of retail space available for guest access. There is a propane tank exchange and a public garbage pickup.

Every guest is welcome at the convenience station, gift shop, and restaurants. Clines Corner RV Park is an hour's drive away from Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Santa Rosa. The property is open year-round. The summer and fall are the busiest time of the year at Clines Corners RV Park. The Café on Route 66 is Clines Corners' own classic American restaurant. Travelers and visitors at the RV park can eat meals such as burgers and burritos. The meals are inspired by homecooked recipes from New Mexico and Southern American locals. The restaurant is open every day besides Tuesday, and Wednesday from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.

A Subway franchise location is situated within the Clines Corner Travel Center and RV Park. Guests can order a to-go meal at this popular United States sandwich stop. The souvenir shop located on the property sells a variety of gifts and collectibles. These include handmade Native American jewelry and Clines Corner t-shirts. The convenience store on the property has ice, propane, snacks, essential grocery goods, and other necessities. The fuel area at the Clines Corner Travel Center has spots for small vehicles as well as the largest Class A motor homes. The land surrounding the RV park and travel center is mostly desert with red sand, some dunes, and little greenery. Most of the plants in the area are sagebrush and a variety of snake plants. There are multiple mountain ranges far in the background of Clines Corners Travel Center. The property is known for being an all in one location. Visitors will often stay at Clines Corners Travel Center for one or two nights while on a road trip through the area. In the rural area, Clines has everything anyone would need. The nearby major cities in New Mexico are often visited by visitors staying at Clines Corners Travel Centers. There are many ATV trails and preserved Indian ruins in the areas that guests will hike to.


The owners of Clines Corner Travel Center are aware that their property is located "in the middle of nowhere," and thus their goal is to provide guests with everything that they could possibly need during their stay. The Clines Corner Travel Center staff are dedicated to creating a welcoming and friendly environment for all who visit the property. Those who stay for long or short periods of time are given equal treatment. Every guest has access to all the amenities Clines Corners Travel Center has to offer.

The owner of the travel center, George Cook, says, "I hope that every guest has an enjoyable time and feel like they have access to everything they could possibly need and more." The property is known for its unique location in a very small town, hours from any nearby cities. Guests have left positive reviews regarding the property's friendly staff, food options, and unique souvenir shop.


George Cook is the owner of Clines Corners Travel Center. He has been running the property since the early 1980s. The property has been a travel center since it was first established in 1934 by Roy E. Cline. In 1939 Cline sold his property to S. Lynn Smith, who managed the place with his wife for thirty years. The property had five more owners until George Cook purchased the property. The property has grown from just a small convenience store and café to a thirty thousand square foot retail place with a large filling station, RV park, and two restaurants in the past twenty years.

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One Yacht Club Drive
Clines Corners, New Mexico 87070
United States




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