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New Mexico


New Mexico was declared a state in the United States of America in the year 1912 on February 14th.[15] The capital of the state is Santa Fe, and the nickname that has been given to the state is "land of enchantment." The area has many things to do and to visit for anyone traveling through. There are 3 national parks, 7 national forests, and 32 other state parks in this state alone.[1] Albuquerque and Santa Fe are two of the most popular places that tourists choose to visit. These cities both have extensive histories and cultures that perhaps help them be both entertaining and educational. These cities are both ranked as the best ones to visit in the state and are both in the top 15 places to visit during the fall.[2] It is said that the most popular times to visit the state of New Mexico are from September to November. During this time, the weather is generally temperate rather than very hot or very cold, and there are some popular events that take place many visitors have enjoyed participating in.[3]

What New Mexico is known for


New Mexico has been a part of the United States of America for almost 110 years, having been declared a state in the year 1912 on February 14th, becoming the 47th state out of the 50.[1] There are over 2 million people living in the area. A large percentage of these residents live in the city of Albuquerque, which has about 500,000 people living within its limits.[5] Of all of the people living in New Mexico, the majority are Hispanic. Spanish and English are the most commonly spoken languages in the region, with Navajo being the next most represented language.[4]

The two most popular cities in New Mexico that people tend to visit are Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Both of these cities are very popular in the fall and have a lot of history and culture. Albuquerque started as a small place called Old Town and is now filled with cobblestone streets and brightly colored huts. These huts are typically galleries, restaurants, and souvenir shops. Old Town was founded in 1706 and has expanded since, creating what we now know as Albuquerque. Many of the original Hispanic and Native American roots can still be found in the large city. Hispanic flavors are in many of the city's restaurants, while Native American arts and crafts are seen in windows and shops. One of the most popular events in Albuquerque is the International Balloon Fiesta, where hundreds of hot air balloons are launched into the sky for thousands of people to witness.[2]

Santa Fe is ranked as the number one place to visit when in New Mexico. The city is very colorful and is filled with various art forms. There is an abundance of history that is celebrated in several festivals throughout the year. Museums and markets can be found all throughout the city to teach people about both the history and encourage visitors to be a part of the culture. One of the most popular places tourists visit while in the city is Santa Fe Plaza, a cultural hub. The plaza has many ancient and historical buildings along with restaurants, cultural art galleries, and, of course, souvenir shops.[2]

There is an extensive list of other activities that visitors to the region can do while they spend time there. Some of these include skiing during the colder months at Taos Ski Valley, driving over the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, adventuring through Carlsbad's caves, enjoying some desserts in Pie Town, New Mexico, hiking through the Chaco Canyon Overlook, and more.[6] There are also many national parks and monuments in New Mexico. These include the Aztec Ruins, Capulin Volcano, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, and Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Almost all of these locations have scenic views and places to explore, including hikes, cliffs, and caves. Many of the visitors to this state choose to spend a couple of days in these places.[7] Because of this expansive list of activities, New Mexico is known as a place that people can visit at virtually any time of the year. Typically, though, people enjoy going after the major heat of the summer, traveling there during September - November.[3]

Geography


New Mexico sits on the border of American and Mexico. Chihuahua is located directly south of the state, while Texas is on the east and Arizona is on the west. To the north of New Mexico is the state of Colorado. The climate of the state varies depending on where a person goes. There are many mountains in the area that have a climate similar to that of the Rocky Mountains. Generally, however, the state has a mild climate consisting of light precipitation throughout various areas, a large amount of sunshine, and low humidity.[9] The state's most populated city, Albuquerque, has its coldest month at the beginning of the year, being January. The average temperature overnight at this time is about 23°F. The warmest month for the city is in July. The average daytime temperature can rise up to about 92°F.[8]

New Mexico's motto is "crescit eundo," meaning "it grows as it goes." This applies to the people in the state and the various wildlife in the area.[1] Because of the various climates and topography, many different kinds of animals and plants live in the area.[11] Common plants that grow in the region are the scarlet hedgehog cactus, the ocotillo, the Texas rainbow cactus, and more. Animals that can be found in the area are the mule dear, red-tailed hikes, western diamond-backed rattlesnake, and a variety of other birds, mammals, and reptiles.[10] The state bird is the roadrunner, the state tree is the piñon, and the state animal is the black bear.[1] 

The main crops that New Mexico is best known for are its piñon nuts, pinto beans, and chiles. Some of the larger crops grown and sold include hay, pecan, chile peppers, and nursery stock. New Mexico also produces cattle, a variety of dairy products, onions, and potatoes.[13]

Much of the state's land is owned by the government and used as national forests, parks, and monuments. This allows people to visit many natural areas of the state and protects the land and its wildlife. About 1/3 of New Mexico is under this direction—the tenth highest percentage of government-owned land within a state.[11] 

One of these national forests protected by the government is Carson National Forest. This national forest spans nearly one and a half million acres, rising in elevation from about 6 thousand feet to about 13 thousand. One can do many recreational activities while visiting the park, including fishing, camping, hiking, exploring, and hunting. Another national forest protected by the government is the Gila National Forest. Gila National Forest is known as the "first wilderness" in the United States. The forest has more than double the acreage than Carson, sitting at about 3.3 million acres of forested hills. Recreational activities available there are similar to those at Carson, bringing many tourists to the area.[17]

History


It is believed that New Mexico was first settled 10 thousand years ago by Pueblo Indians. These people were very sophisticated and built many buildings that still exist today. Ruins can be found in various places throughout the state—preserved and watched over as monuments. Other peoples have also been identified, and their architectural ruins have been preserved in the Pecos National Historical Park and the Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Spanish explorers were the first European explorers to arrive in New Mexico. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado led an expedition in 1540, and later the Spanish people built their own settlements in the 1590s.[14] 

In the early 1600s, Pedro de Peralta was established as the governor over the area of New Mexico. He founded the capital of Santa Fe, which is the current capital of the state today. There were many uprisings and wars between New Mexico and Spain, which eventually led to the area's independence in the year 1821, and it became a province of Mexico. Trade was soon established between the region and the United States. Many traders drove their wagons on the Sante Fe Trail.[15]

Many people in the United States desired to have the land of New Mexico, which eventually led to the Mexican War. After some time, a treaty gave New Mexico to America, though the tensions were still very high. Feuds, disagreements, and fights occurred regularly throughout the early years of the occupied territory, usually due to wars being fought in the United States and local conflicts between the people. Despite all of these issues and strife, the territory survived and was made the 47th state of the United States in the year 1912.[15]

Today, the state continues to grow and become a popular destination for many people looking for a place to live or travel. A large number of the region's population lives in Albuquerque, which continues to expand and change. Santa Fe is still the state capital and is full of culture and history. Many national forests, parks, and monuments have been sanctioned in order to preserve the history and culture of the many peoples who have lived in and made New Mexico what it is today.[16] 

Top Campgrounds in New Mexico, United States

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#1

Antigua Inn

Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.9 (107 Reviews)

#2

Ruidoso Lodge Cabins

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.85 (194 Reviews)

#3

Seeping Springs Trout Lakes

Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico
4.7 (201 Reviews)

Located in Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico, Seeping Springs Trout Lakes and RV Park is open year-round for visitors to stay with their RVs or go fishing. All sites contain full hookups and offer rate options for nightly, weekly, monthly, and yearly stays. The grounds also have a variety of fishing options; there is river access for those serious fishermen with a state fishing license. There is also a pond that, when stocked, is available to campers staying on a monthly or yearly basis. Finally, the property owners mention a pay-pond, where everything needed for fishing is provided, and "a catch is guaranteed." The trout lake is open to everyone, whether they are staying in the park or not. A variety of trees around the park offer shade to trailers and fishermen. It is also possible for campers to see the occasional deer or elk wandering through the park.

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#4

Rusty's RV Ranch

Rodeo, New Mexico
4.7 (97 Reviews)

Rusty’s RV Ranch is located in the town of Rodeo, New Mexico, specifically in a valley between two mountains. The property is notably located near the Chiricahua National Monument. Other draws to the area include hiking, astronomy, and “birding,” which the property describes to be bird watching. The current owner says that she set up the property to be primarily geared towards astronomers and those going bird-watching. There are 40 RV sites available for reservation, as well as 15 dry camping sites and two rentals. On the 50-acre property, there are various features, such as a duck pond, koi pond, aviary garden, an orchard, and a goat pen. All the animals on the land are provided for guests to interact with, especially if they are unable to go bird-watching in the mountains. Rusty’s RV Ranch is open year-round, with the best season of operation falling between the months of September to May.

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#5

Questa Lodge

Questa, New Mexico
4.7 (77 Reviews)

The Questa Lodge is located in Questa, New Mexico. The surrounding area is mainly covered with dense forests and rocky mountains, with several noteworthy mountains to the northwest of the property. The Questa Lodge is a family-owned business with over 50 camping slots across their 6 acres of land for visitors to set up camp. The lodge is found just over ten miles to the west of Red River, New Mexico, which is known for being a famous resort town. There are a wide variety of outdoor activities and sights to see in the area that many guests in the past have found enjoyment in.

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#6

Bonito Hollow RV Park & Campground

4.6 (185 Reviews)

#7

Travelers World Campground

Clovis, New Mexico
4.6 (149 Reviews)

#9

Monte Verde RV Park and Campground

Angel Fire, New Mexico
4.6 (95 Reviews)

#10

Monte Bello RV Park

El Prado, New Mexico
4.6 (61 Reviews)

#11

Rio Costilla Park & Campground

Amalia, New Mexico
4.6 (44 Reviews)

#12

Blackstone Hotsprings Lodging & Baths

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
4.5 (584 Reviews)

#13

Clovis RV Park

Clovis, New Mexico
4.5 (91 Reviews)

Clovis RV Park is located in Clovis, New Mexico, which is located near the border between New Mexico and Texas. The property is open year-round and has 64 RV sites available for reservation. People who would like to stay at the RV park can reserve for a short or long-term stay, paying daily, weekly, or monthly. One unique amenity that is found in the business is a hair salon, which is operated by one of the owners. The city has various attractions and restaurants and one larger-scale celebration, Draggin' Main and Music Festival, which occurs in June. Before Clovis RV Park had been established, it had been a trailer park. Many of the sites retained their size when the RV park was opened, allowing guests to bring larger rigs than some parks would typically allow.

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#14

Akers RV Park

Clovis, New Mexico
4.5 (52 Reviews)

Akers RV Park is located in Clovis, New Mexico on the eastern edge of the state, next to the border of New Mexico and Texas. The business offers a total of 37 RV sites, all of which come with full hookups, such as electricity, sewage, and water. Guests can reserve spaces at the RV park year-round and can choose to stay on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The owner, Scott, comments that he would like patrons to feel "comfortable" during their stay. He also mentions that the establishment allows people to smoke on the grounds, and pets can be accommodated, though there is a fee for those staying on a monthly basis. Akers RV Park is a family-owned company that has been in Scott's family for about 70 years.

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Bear Mountain Lodge

Silver City, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#16

Alpine Lodge

Red River, New Mexico
4.47 (402 Reviews)

The Alpine Lodge is located in Red River, New Mexico, on about 4 acres of land. The property offers 46 different rooms for guests to choose from during their stay. The rooms are mainly either hotel-style rooms or condo-style rooms, but there is also a stand-alone cabin that can be rented out. The area that Alpine Lodge is on consists of many trees and large amounts of grass. There is a river on the property that visitors to the property are free to sit by and/or fish in if they have their fishing license with them. The owners of the property strive to talk to their guests as often as they can and hope that they will be able to enjoy their time there.

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#17

Boot Hill RV Resort

Alamogordo, New Mexico
4.4 (194 Reviews)

#18

Enchanted Trails RV Park & Trading Post

Albuquerque, New Mexico
4.3 (768 Reviews)

#19

Sunny Acres RV Park

Las Cruces, New Mexico
4.3 (229 Reviews)

#20

Ponil Campgrounds

Cimarron, New Mexico
4.3 (63 Reviews)

Ponil Campgrounds is an RV park in Cimarron, New Mexico, with 37 full-hookup RV units and space for several tents. The property is seven acres of grass and mature trees with a creek at the back. It also features a shower house for men and women, a laundry facility, a game room, an outdoor closed-in pavilion, a community fire pit, and a basketball court. One of the owners remarks that the park's most unique attributes are its connection to nature, as visitors can see several different kinds of wildlife, such as wild turkeys, deer, bison, horses, and an owl that visits often. The owner also says the campground is set apart by its rural location, a place "where the Rockies meet the plains." Some local attractions include places to hike and fish for trout. 

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#21

Coronado Campground

Bernalillo, New Mexico
4.2 (309 Reviews)

Located in Bernalillo, New Mexico, Coronado Campground is an RV park that offers camping spots with sheltered structures between each site, which were built to provide privacy for guests. The RV section is open year-round, but the tent camping area closes from November 1st to March 1st. The park is known by many for its central location between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, facilitating access to both cities. Phil, the park director, says that "people come from all over the world to enjoy the surrounding attractions," such as the International Balloon Fiesta, hiking, kayaking, and visiting museums. The park strives to offer a clean and safe environment for visitors, and the staff makes an effort to be friendly and helpful. Policies, such as a speed limit of 10 miles per hour and quiet time from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m., are in place to ensure patron's safety and comfort.

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#22

Cool Pines RV Park

Mayhill, New Mexico
4.2 (69 Reviews)

#23

American RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
4.1 (629 Reviews)

#24

Rancheros De Santa Fe RV Park and Campground

Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.1 (370 Reviews)

#25

Taos Valley RV Park

4.1 (273 Reviews)

#26

Pelican Spa

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
4 (233 Reviews)

#27

Twin Spruce RV Park & Camp

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4 (160 Reviews)

#28

Siesta RV Park

Las Cruces, New Mexico
4 (93 Reviews)

#29

Sugar Pines RV Park

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
4 (43 Reviews)

#30

Los Sueños De Santa Fe RV Resort & Campground

Santa Fe, New Mexico
3.8 (1 Reviews)

#31

Paramount RV & MH Park

Kirtland, New Mexico
3.7 (15 Reviews)

#32

The Lodge Resort & Spa

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
3.5 (373 Reviews)

#33

Palisades RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
3.4 (123 Reviews)

#34

Clines Corner Travel Center

Clines Corners, New Mexico
2.85 (69 Reviews)

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.

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#35

Corazon RV Park

Belen, New Mexico
5 (1 Reviews)

Corazon RV Park is located in Belen, New Mexico. Belen is right next to Interstate 25, making it a central spot in New Mexico, where travelers will often stop for outdoor adventures, day trips, or local events. The city is twenty-five minutes south of Albuquerque. Belen is nicknamed "The Hub City'' for its central location. The city is known for its culture and history; visitors often pass through the city and stop to explore its preserved buildings and historical artifact museums. Belen has a population of seven thousand residents and sustains warm weather six months out of the year. New Mexico is primarily a desert landscape; there are hundreds of miles of rocky desert, sand dunes, and eroded cliffs throughout the state. Although the area is mostly desert, there are some large lakes and rivers near the Corazon RV Park. Along with these waterways, there are hundreds of hiking trails and scenic driveways for visitors to utilize. Corazon RV Park is in a relatively private section of Belen. The property is completely graveled with stone wall fencing. Some trees border the property, and mountain ranges can be seen in all directions around the Corazon RV Park.

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#36

Arrowhead Motel & RV Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.9 (1 Reviews)

#37

Midtown Mountain Campground

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.8 (1 Reviews)

The Midtown Mountain Campground is located in the small town of Ruidoso, New Mexico, near the Lincoln Forest. The Rio Ruidoso (Spanish for "Loud River") runs throughout the city. The two-acre property is covered in over one hundred pine trees. There are twenty-two RV sites and eight tent sites on the property. Midtown Mountain Campground is open year-round. There is a large bathhouse, pavilion, laundry area, dry sauna, and fitness room on the site, and are all available to every guest who visits the campground. The Midtown Mountain Campground caters to a younger audience. There is twenty-four-hour surveillance on the property. Peak season for visiting the Midtown Mountain Campground is during the summer. There is a three month max rental time at the campground.

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#38

Temperate Zone RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
4.8 (1 Reviews)

#39

Pendaries RV Resort

Rociada, New Mexico
4.7 (1 Reviews)

#40

Angel Nest RV Retreat

Eagle Nest, New Mexico
4.7 (1 Reviews)

#41

Red Barn RV Park

Roswell, New Mexico
4.7 (1 Reviews)

#42

The Working Man's RV Park

Kirtland, New Mexico
4.7 (1 Reviews)

#43

Copper King Lodge

Red River, New Mexico
4.7 (1 Reviews)

#44

Weathers RV Park

4.7 (1 Reviews)

#45

Arrowhead Lodge

Red River, New Mexico
4.6 (9 Reviews)

#46

Trailer Village RV Park

Roswell, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

Trailer Village RV Park is located in Roswell, New Mexico, and has 66 RV sites available. Of those 66, 21 sites are pull-through sites meant for people staying overnight or up to a week. The remaining units are all back-in sites and are reserved for those that are staying at the park monthly. Many amenities are included at the park, including laundry facilities, bathrooms, a clubhouse, a playground, and a dog park. The owners, Jon and Morgan Fennig, hope that those who stay with them are able to feel at home. The staff strives to create a "family vibe" by getting to know each of their visitors on a personal level. Each guest is invited to participate in the many events held at the property, and the owners hope to fulfill the needs of those who stay with them now and in the future.

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#47

Enchanted View RV Park

Elephant Butte, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#48

Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort

Elephant Butte, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#49

Manzano's RV Park

Silver City, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#50

Rose Valley RV Ranch

Silver City, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#51

Burro Mountain Homestead

Silver City, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#52

Mountain High RV Park

4.6 (1 Reviews)

#53

Hidden Valley Ranch RV Resort

Deming, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#54

Jemez Hot Springs

Jemez Springs, New Mexico
4.6 (1 Reviews)

#55

Pine Ridge RV Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

Pine Ridge RV Park is located on the southern edge of Ruidoso, New Mexico, a town in the state's southeast corner. The area that is now the campground was initially organized in the late 1960s and has changed in both management and function multiple times throughout its history. The current owners, Bryan and Charlotte Sims, purchased the property in 2019 and have been operating it since. Bryan and Charlotte strive to create an atmosphere that encourages customers to want to come back to the property again after their first visit. Pine Ridge RV Park has received various reviews throughout its operation, with the aesthetic of the property and the quality of the service from the owners being the most commonly mentioned topics in guest reviews. 

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#56

Rio Chama RV Park

Chama, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#57

Santa Fe Skies RV Park

Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#58

Little Vineyard RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#59

Little Creel Resort

Chama, New Mexico
4.5 (1 Reviews)

#60

Camp Eagle Nest

Eagle Nest, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

Camp Eagle Nest is an RV park that is located in Eagle Nest, New Mexico, which is a city found between various mountains and is centrally located to Red River, Angel Fire, and Cimarron Canyon State Park. The business is open from May 1st to October 15th, closing during the winter months. There are a total of 45 RV sites that can be reserved during that time, all of which are equipped with full hookups. Amenities found on the property include a laundry room, showers, a clubhouse, and Eagle Nest Lake. The manager of Camp Eagle Nest would like visitors to be “relaxed” while they are staying at the property. On occasion, the business may host musicians at the outdoor patio on the weekends. The RV park is pet-friendly and allows visitors to bring their dogs with them, as long as they are properly cleaned up after and supervised. The owners have a number of plans for the future and anticipate having a variety of updates and renovations to the grounds, including the addition of a store.

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#61

Golden Eagle RV Resort & Grill

4.4 (1 Reviews)

#62

Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel

Bosque, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

The Kiva RV Park and Horse Motel is located near Bosque, New Mexico, and includes a total of fifteen acres of land. There are 35 RV sites available for guests to stay in, as well as fifteen horse stalls should they wish to lodge their horses there. The property also has a main building with a store, bathrooms, and shower and laundry facilities. Robert, the owner of the RV park, says that their busiest seasons generally occur between April and May, because of the region’s generally moderate temperatures around that time, as well as between October and November due to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta. The fiesta involves over 700 hot air balloons taking off at one end of the city and sailing across to the other, which has made it a popular event for photographers and videographers. The park also hosts an event for the Fourth of July each year, with plans to host more in the future as the park continues to grow.

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#63

High Desert RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

#64

Eagle Creek RV Resort

4.4 (1 Reviews)

#65

RV Resort of Ruidoso

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

#66

Silver City RV Park

Silver City, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

#67

R & R RV Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.4 (1 Reviews)

#68

Trailer Ranch RV Resort

Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.3 (1 Reviews)

#69

Cedar Cove RV Park

Elephant Butte, New Mexico
4.3 (1 Reviews)

#70

Ruins Road RV Park and campground

Aztec, New Mexico
4.3 (1 Reviews)

#71

River Ranch RV Park

Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico
4.3 (1 Reviews)

#72

Riverside RV Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.3 (1 Reviews)

#73

Homestead RV Park

Kirtland, New Mexico
4.2 (1 Reviews)

#74

Along the River RV Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.2 (1 Reviews)

#75

Laughing Lizard Inn

Jemez Springs, New Mexico
4.2 (1 Reviews)

#76

Vegas RV Park

Las Vegas, New Mexico
4.1 (1 Reviews)

#77

Santa Rosa Campground & RV Park

Santa Rosa, New Mexico
4.1 (1 Reviews)

#78

A Deming Roadrunner Rv Park

Deming, New Mexico
4 (1 Reviews)

#79

Carlsbad RV Park & Campground

Carlsbad, New Mexico
4 (1 Reviews)

#80

Stagecoach RV Ranch

Deming, New Mexico
3.9 (1 Reviews)

#81

4K River Ranch

Red River, New Mexico
3.8 (1 Reviews)

4K River Ranch is located in Red River, New Mexico, a resort town in Taos County. The property is surrounded by mountains, including access to the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway. The Red River runs through the ranch, acting as a unique feature to the property. There is an abundance of RV sites on the property, many of which are in very close range of the trout pond. The trout pond on the property is available for use by guests who would like to go fishing. Many amenities are provided by the ranch, but if visitors need some other accessories, they may be able to find them at the ranch's small store on the property.

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#82

Lavaland R.V. Park

Grants, New Mexico
3.5 (1 Reviews)

#83

505 RV Park

Flora Vista, New Mexico
3.2 (1 Reviews)

#84

Clayton RV Campground

Clayton, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

Clayton RV Park in Clayton, New Mexico, offers a total of 89 sites, including tent areas, RV sites, and cabins. Amenities include electrical hookups, laundry facilities, propane services, a playground, horseshoe pits, and a horse motel. The park features “bare bones” cabins with heating and air conditioning. The bonus room has a pool table, and a book and DVD exchange is also available. Nearby attractions include Clayton State Park with dinosaur tracks and Capulin Volcano. The park aims to ensure guests feel welcome and comfortable by having the goal of providing attentive customer service and a peaceful atmosphere. Those who stay at the park are most often older couples, families, and hunters. Clayton RV Park has a relatively long history, and the owners envision future improvements and sustainability initiatives such as solar power.

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#85

Zia Rvillas RV Resort

Hobbs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

The town of Hobbs, New Mexico, is home to the Zia Rvillas RV Resort. Khalid Farooq is the current owner of the property, which is open year-round to guests. The months of September to October tend to be the busiest for the business due to horse races held at the local Black Gold Casino & Zia Park Race Track. Other attractions near the resort include Rockwind Park Golf Course, softball and baseball tournaments, and activities hosted at the local event center. Those who stay at the resort are able to choose from the 106 RV sites available for reservations. Each of the accommodations is equipped with water, sewer, and electric hookups that offer either 30- or 50-amp capabilities. Common areas at the resort include a pool, grass areas, and a clubhouse, which features a kitchen, a game area, a laundromat, and bathrooms. The manager, Jaime, reports that the property is known among visitors for its safety and “nice environment.”

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#86

Agua Vista RV Park

Elephant Butte, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

Agua Vista RV Park is located in Sierra County, New Mexico, in the southern part of the state. A total of 30 RV sites are available for reservation. As the property is situated near Elephant Butte Lake, several outdoor attractions are available for those visiting Agua Vista RV Park. These attractions include boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, and kayaking, among others. Amy, the new owner, mentions that she has many new attractions that she plans to add to the park, including animal rides, tiny houses, and glamping tents. One aspect of the establishment that has been described by previous visitors as unique is its location, due to it being the only RV park with a view of Elephant Butte Lake. 

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#87

Apache RV Park

Reserve, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

The Apache RV Park, located near the Gila National Forest, features 32 units for reservation year-round. Each of the RV sites feature full hookups with water, electricity, and sewage. Also on the grounds of the park is a shower building, coin-operated laundry room, and a community firepit. At the office, guests can purchase propane, sodas, snacks, t-shirts, and hats. The owners of the property note that the "big draw" of the area is hunting, specifically elk, mountain lion, turkey, and deer. Susan, one of the owners, remarks that the busiest time of year for the establishment is generally from September through December, due to hunting season. Besides hunting, there are petroglyph hiking trails located relatively near the property that guests can enjoy. Susan reports that there are a variety of trails within walking distance of the park that can be utilized by tourists. 

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#88

Isleta Resort and Casino

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#89

Bluffview RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#90

Cooper's El Vado Ranch

Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#91

Taos Monte Bello RV Park

El Prado, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#92

Cedar Rail RV Park

Raton, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#93

Cimarron Inn & RV Park

Cimarron, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#94

Sierra Village RV Park

0 (0 Reviews)

#95

Roadrunner R.V. Park

Santa Fe, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#96

Empty Saddle RV Park

Tucumcari, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#97

West Grand RV Park

Clovis, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#98

K C's Campground

Clovis, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#99

RJ RV Park

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#100

Desert Trails RV Park and Resort

Hobbs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#101

Hobbs RV Park

Hobbs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#102

Isleta Lakes & RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#103

Desert Oasis RV Park

Eunice, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#104

Pecos River RV Park & Store

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#105

Escapees Dream Catcher RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#106

LoW-HI RV park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#107

Eddie's Chevron

Chama, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#108

USA RV Park

Gallup, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#109

Tom's RV Park

Socorro, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#110

Jim's RV Park

Hobbs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#111

Hacienda RV Resort

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#112

B & L RV Park and Storage

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#113

The Western Bed and Breakfast

Magdalena, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#114

Fire Water Lodge

Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#115

Las Brisas Mobile Home Park

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#116

Recreation Village RV and Mobile Home Park

Ruidoso, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#117

Apache Creek Deaf and Youth Ranch

Reserve, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#118

Ideal Mobile Home Park

Clovis, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#119

Canyon Hideaway & Escape

Ruidoso, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#120

Vista Del Rio Senior Mobile Home Park

Belen, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#121

Albuquerque Meadows Mobile Home Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#122

Aztec Village

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#123

Four Hills Mobile Home Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#124

Malcolm Services Inc

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#125

North Hills Mobile Home Park & Sales

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#126

Sandia Mobile Homes

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#127

Sierra Vista

Santa Fe, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#128

Western Skies

Gallup, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#129

NRA Whittington Center

Raton, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#130

Double T Homestead

Glenwood, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#131

Route 66 RV Park

Edgewood, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#132

Kirtland AFB RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#133

Spring RV Park

Roswell, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#134

EnergyPlex RV Park

Lovington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#135

Cottonwood RV Park

Los Lunas, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#136

Mama Bear RV Park

Capitan, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#137

Oso Rio Cabins Inc

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#138

Route 66 RV Resort

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#139

ArrowHead Rv Park

Logan, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#140

16 Springs RV Park

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#141

A Deming Roadrunner Rv Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#142

81 Palms RV Park Deming NM

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#143

Aguirre Spring Campground

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#144

Arbor RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#145

Artesia RV Park & Storage

Eddy County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#146

Animas River RV Park - RV Rental Places, RV Space, RV Rental, RV Rental Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#147

Balloon View Homes & RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#148

Blue Spruce RV Park

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#149

Bud's Place RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#150

Cabresto Lake Campground

Carson, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#151

Camp Thunderbird Campground

0 (0 Reviews)

#152

Camp Long Campground

Holman, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#153

Cedar Creek Campground

0 (0 Reviews)

#154

Cimarron Campground

Red River, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#155

Cielo Vista RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#156

Chiflo Campground

La Madera, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#157

Continental Acres RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#158

Comales Campground

Carson, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#159

Coal Mine Campground

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#160

Crockett Canyon RV Park

Nogal, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#161

Cruces Basin Campground

Chama, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#162

Cow Creek Campground

Cundiyo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#163

Crescent Quail RV Park

Silver City, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#164

Desert Paradise Mobile Home & RV Park

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#165

Edgington RV Park

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#166

desert palms rv park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#167

El Nogal Campground

Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#168

Elephant Rock Campground

Red River, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#169

Eagle Rock Campground

Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#170

El Dorado Estates Mobile Home and RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#171

El Porvenir Campground

Cleveland, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#172

E.V. Long Campground

Cleveland, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#173

Wolf RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#174

Evergreen Mobile Home Park

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#175

Family Camp Kirtland AFB RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#176

Green acres RV park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#177

Greasewood RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#178

Happy Trails Rv Campground

Edgewood, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#179

Gila Hot Springs Ranch

0 (0 Reviews)

#180

Gallinas Campground - Upper

0 (0 Reviews)

#181

Gila Hot Springs RV Park

0 (0 Reviews)

#182

Head of the Ditch Campground

Los Lunas, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#183

Hatch RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#184

Costa Palmas: Los Cabos & Cabo Luxury Residences

Ribera, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#185

Hitchin' Post RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#186

Italianos Campground

Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#187

Iron Creek Campground

0 (0 Reviews)

#188

June Bug Campground

Arroyo Seco, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#189

John F Kennedy Campground

Belen, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#190

Joe Skeen Campground

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#191

Knotty Pine Motel and Wild West RV Park

Tularosa, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#192

La Vista RV park

Belen, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#193

La Luz Campground

Jemez Springs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#194

rentals

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#195

Riana Campground - Abiquiu Dam

Abiquiu, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#196

Sunnyville Trailer Court

Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#197

Turquoise Trail Campgrounds

Cedar Crest, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#198

Little Creek RV Park*

0 (0 Reviews)

#199

Twin Spruce RV Park & Camp

0 (0 Reviews)

#200

Lazy Dayz RV Park

Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#201

Las Petacas Campground

Angel Fire, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#202

Windmill RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#203

Pecos River RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#204

North Star RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#205

Parks Ranch Campground-Primitive

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#206

Taos Motel and RV Park

Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#207

Red River RV Park

Red River, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#208

Scenic Canyon RV Park

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#209

Trails End RV Park

Jemez Springs, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#210

Willow Creek Campground

Cundiyo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#211

Sunrise RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#212

Wagon Wheel RV Park

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#213

The Original Ranch

Eddy County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#214

R&P RV Park and Laundry

Eddy County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#215

West Main RV park

Eddy County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#216

Piñon RV Park Santa Fe

Eldorado at Santa Fe, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#217

Lee Acres RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#218

Moore's RV Park and Campground

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#219

Mountain Spirits RV Park & Storage

0 (0 Reviews)

#220

Siesta RV Park

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#221

Rio Lago RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#222

Shady Corner RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#223

Siesta RV Park

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#224

TumbleWeed RV Park

Los Lunas, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#225

Sierra Hermosa RV Park

Questa, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#226

Wild Willy's RV Park

Roswell, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#227

Midway RV Park

Roswell, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#228

Mountain Meadows RV Park

Tularosa, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#229

Washington Ranch

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#230

Sivells Baptist Retreat and Conference Center

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#231

Road Runner RV Resort

Red River, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#232

White Sands Rv Park

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#233

Western Skys RV Park

Anthony, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#234

Buckhorn RV Park

0 (0 Reviews)

#235

Appletree RV park

Lincoln, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#236

Cloud Climbing Railroad Cabin and RV Park

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#237

Garcia Cabin at the Quinlan Ranch

Chama, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#238

Blue Water Lake Lodge RV & Horse Motel

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#239

Ray's RV Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#240

Taos Canyon Stop RV Park

Angel Fire, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#241

Topspot 191 RV Park

Belen, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#242

Casey's Socorro RV Park

Bosque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#243

Bosque Birdwatchers RV Park

Bosque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#244

Sands RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#245

Horseshoe Creek RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#246

Al's Permian RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#247

Southwest RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#248

Taylor RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#249

Fiesta Trailer RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#250

Hidalgo RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#251

Ellipse Global Quahada Rv Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#252

Galaxy RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#253

Lakewood RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#254

Cowboys Country RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#255

Chaparalles RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#256

Sooner Trail RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#257

Painted Desert RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#258

Dark Canyon RV Park

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#259

1MA RV Park Farm Park & Leasing

Carlsbad, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#260

Chama River RV Park & Storage

Chama, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#261

Painted Desert RV Park and Storage / storage yards are us

Eddy County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#262

Sulphur Spring Campground

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#263

Hank's RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#264

Animas Valley Village RV Park & Tiny Home Village

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#265

Florez Riverview Campground

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#266

Valley Meadows RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#267

Broken Horn Arena / RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#268

Sunrise RV Park

Farmington, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#269

Lakeview RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#270

Southwest Tiny Homes & RV Park

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#271

Bar S RV Park

Laguna, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#272

Ramblin’ Rose RV Park

Ribera, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#273

Columbus RV Park

Sunland Park, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#274

Twin Forks RV park

Tularosa, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#275

Primitive Backcountry Campsites

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#276

ASPEN GROUP AREA

Alamogordo, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#277

Rio Grande Trailer Park

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#278

Sandia Foothills Open Space

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#279

Cienega Picnic Area

Tijeras, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#280

PINE FLAT PICNIC AREA

Tijeras, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#281

REI

Albuquerque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#282

Ruidoso Motorcoach Ranch

0 (0 Reviews)

#283

Alto Mesa Ranch Resort

0 (0 Reviews)

#284

The Retreat at Angel Fire

Angel Fire, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#285

Olympic Park, ANGEL FIRE RV RESORT

Angel Fire, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#286

La Junta Canyon

Vadito, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#287

The Camp @ Cloudcroft

Cloudcroft, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#288

High C Acres

Corrales, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#289

Franciscan RV Inc

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#290

Dalmonts RV & Trailer Corral

Las Cruces, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#291

Hillsboro RV Village

Hatch, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#292

Rainbow Lake Cabin & RV Resort

Ruidoso, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#293

Santa Fe RV

Santa Fe, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#294

RV Sales in Moriarty, NM

Santa Fe County, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#295

Desert Vista RV Village

Deming, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#296

Western Life Camp

Las Vegas, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#297

Clovis point RV Park

Clovis, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#298

Cuesta Verde Camp/RV

0 (0 Reviews)

#299

Mountain Springs Ranch RV Park

Tularosa, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

#300

Winery Road RV Park

Bosque, New Mexico
0 (0 Reviews)

Top 10 Campgrounds in New Mexico, United States
#1

Antigua Inn

Santa Fe, New Mexico
4.9 (107 Reviews)

#2

Ruidoso Lodge Cabins

Ruidoso, New Mexico
4.85 (194 Reviews)

#3

Seeping Springs Trout Lakes

Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico
4.7 (201 Reviews)

Located in Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico, Seeping Springs Trout Lakes and RV Park is open year-round for visitors to stay with their RVs or go fishing. All sites contain full hookups and offer rate options for nightly, weekly, monthly, and yearly stays. The grounds also have a variety of fishing options; there is river access for those serious fishermen with a state fishing license. There is also a pond that, when stocked, is available to campers staying on a monthly or yearly basis. Finally, the property owners mention a pay-pond, where everything needed for fishing is provided, and "a catch is guaranteed." The trout lake is open to everyone, whether they are staying in the park or not. A variety of trees around the park offer shade to trailers and fishermen. It is also possible for campers to see the occasional deer or elk wandering through the park.

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#4

Rusty's RV Ranch

Rodeo, New Mexico
4.7 (97 Reviews)

Rusty’s RV Ranch is located in the town of Rodeo, New Mexico, specifically in a valley between two mountains. The property is notably located near the Chiricahua National Monument. Other draws to the area include hiking, astronomy, and “birding,” which the property describes to be bird watching. The current owner says that she set up the property to be primarily geared towards astronomers and those going bird-watching. There are 40 RV sites available for reservation, as well as 15 dry camping sites and two rentals. On the 50-acre property, there are various features, such as a duck pond, koi pond, aviary garden, an orchard, and a goat pen. All the animals on the land are provided for guests to interact with, especially if they are unable to go bird-watching in the mountains. Rusty’s RV Ranch is open year-round, with the best season of operation falling between the months of September to May.

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#5

Questa Lodge

Questa, New Mexico
4.7 (77 Reviews)

The Questa Lodge is located in Questa, New Mexico. The surrounding area is mainly covered with dense forests and rocky mountains, with several noteworthy mountains to the northwest of the property. The Questa Lodge is a family-owned business with over 50 camping slots across their 6 acres of land for visitors to set up camp. The lodge is found just over ten miles to the west of Red River, New Mexico, which is known for being a famous resort town. There are a wide variety of outdoor activities and sights to see in the area that many guests in the past have found enjoyment in.

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#6

Bonito Hollow RV Park & Campground

4.6 (185 Reviews)

#7

Travelers World Campground

Clovis, New Mexico
4.6 (149 Reviews)

#8

Travelers World Campground

Clovis, New Mexico
4.6 (149 Reviews)

#9

Monte Verde RV Park and Campground

Angel Fire, New Mexico
4.6 (95 Reviews)

#10

Monte Bello RV Park

El Prado, New Mexico
4.6 (61 Reviews)