New Mexico Campgrounds

Many travelers flock to New Mexico each year to experience everything this state has to offer. From the beautiful red rock cliffs to the many preserved historical sites, New Mexico is a land lost in its past, with surprises at every turn. There are many popular historical attractions in this state, and it is near these unique sites that you can find some of the most scenic New Mexico Campgrounds.

Grants West Campground

This popular campground nestled in the Zuni Mountains is next door to El Malpais National Monument. The El Malpais National Monument contains lava flows, lava tubes, caves, and unique rock formations caused by the volcanic activity of the area.

The campground offers basic amenities at a reasonable cost, and provides activities for its campers such as hiking, spelunking, and wildlife viewing. There are accommodations for tents as well as RVs, and pets are welcome too.

Ruins Road RV Park

Located near a lazy winding river this beautiful 43-site campground is close to the Aztec Ruins National Monument. Explore the local Indian ruins and then relax under the luscious trees of this well maintained campground.

The campground provides areas for hiking, and access to a host of other local attractions. Directions to the surrounding Aztec rock arches are available upon request, and the park is a WiFi hot spot. The rates are incredibly reasonable at $10 per night for a tent, and $20 per night for a full RV hookup.

Lower Scorpion Campground

Although the Lower Scorpion Campground is a tent-only campground with only 17 sites, there is access for the RVs to be driven in and left before entering the campsites. This beautiful campground sits in a canyon sprinkled with juniper trees next to the flowing Gila River.

The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument makes this one of the must see New Mexico Campgrounds. The beautiful cave dwellings formed by the Mogollon people over 700 years ago are still accessible today through guided tours. The campground offers easy access to these unique dwellings, as well as hiking trails around the area.

Las Vegas, New Mexico KOA Campground

There are a variety of historical places surrounding this beautiful KOA campground, including the old city of Las Vegas, New Mexico. This campground has all of the modern amenities such as showers, electricity, sewer, pool access, and wireless Internet.

The prices range between $30-$40 for RV sites depending on when you stay. Fort Union National Monument is nearby, where ruins from the 1851 fort and deep ruts from the Santa Fe Trail can still be seen. There are plenty of activities and historic sites to keep you busy while you stay at this beautiful campground.

Enchanted Trails Camping Resort

This modern campground has all of the latest amenities including free Internet, billiards tables, laundry facilities, a dog park, heated pool and more. The resort is close to many attractions including the Petroglyph National Monument, where you can explore the volcanoes, archeological dig sites, and thousands of carved images preserved from hundreds of years ago.

Rates are reasonable varying from $26-$30 per night based on what type of site you would like to reserve. A host of activities are available from hiking to swimming, and great views can be had from nearly every campsite.

Although there are a wide variety of choices available when it comes to choosing New Mexico campgrounds, picking a campground near the popular attraction that you wish to visit is a good idea. Not only do you get to take advantage of the close proximity to the attraction, but you also get to soak up the local flavor while relaxing in beautiful surroundings.

Rodeo

Rustys RV Ranch

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Rodeo, NM /Portal, AZ - Equestrain Center, Birding, Astronomy, Vinyard, Very Pet friendly, Between two Mountain ranges, Chiricahua Mtn & Peloncillo Mtn. Chiricahua Mtn Trail Riders, Bob Beebe Trail Boss Head Wrangler, Trails into Chiricahua Mtn's & Coronado Nat Forest. Ride out or trailer in. Accommodations for your horse or rent one of our's. By the Day, Week or Month. Riding lessons for biginners & advanced riders. - (575) 557-2526


Rociada

Pendaries RV Park
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Set in the beautiful pines and mountains of Northern New Mexico. Across from well known golf course. Quiet and serene park. - (800) 820-8304



  • Albuquerque
    • El Rancho RV & Mobile Home Park (505) 266-1455
    • Enchanted Trails - (800) 326-6317
    • KOA Albuquerque Central - (800) KOA-7781
  • Angel Fire
    • Monte Verde R V Park and Campground - (575) 377-3404
  • Arrey
    • Arrey RV Park - (866) 267-1049
  • Artesia
    • Artesia RV Park - (505) 746-6184
  • Aztec
    • Sunrise RV Park - (505) 334-1103
  • Blanco
    • El Rio RV Inc - (505) 632-7783
  • Buckhorn
    • Buckhorn RV Park - (505) 535-2488
  • Caballo
    • Caballo Lake RV Park - (505) 743-0502
  • Capulin
    • Capulin Rv Park - (505) 278-2921
  • Carlsbad
    • Carlsbad KOA - (505) 457-2000
    • Carlsbad RV Park & Campground - (505) 885-6333
  • Cloudcroft
    • Scenic Canyon RV Park - (505) 687-2306
    • Sugar Pines Rv Park - (505) 682-3375
  • Clovis
    • K C Campground - (866) 406-2267
  • Deming
    • A Deming Roadrunner RV Park - (800) 226-9937
    • Bar S Ranch RV Park - (505) 546-0445
    • Low-HI RV Ranch - (505) 546-6542
    • Mountainview RV Park - (505) 546-7394
    • Starlight Village Resort & RV Park - (505) 546-9550
  • Elephant Butte
    • Cedar Cove RV Park - (505) 744-4472
    • Enchanted View RV Park - (505) 744-5876
    • Lakeside RV Park - (505) 744-5996
  • Espanola
    • Cottonwood RV Park - (505) 747-4777
  • Farmington
    • The Downs RV Park - (505) 325-7094
  • Gallup
    • USA RV Park - (505) 863-5021
  • Grants
    • Lavaland RV Park - (505) 287-8665
  • Jemez Springs
    • Trail's End RV Park - (505) 829-4072
  • Las Cruces
    • Sunny Acres RV Park - (505) 524-1716
    • The Coachlight Inn and RV Park - (505) 526-3301
  • Magdalena
    • Western Motel & RV Park - (505) 854-2417
  • Red River
    • Red River RV Park - (505) 754-6187
  • Roswell
    • Country Club RV/Mobile Home Park - (505) 623-6660
    • Town & Country RV Park - (505) 624-1833
    • Trailer Village RV Campground - (505) 623-6040
  • Ruidoso
    • Alto Hombre Gordito Hideout - (877) 466-2734
  • San Patricio
    • Deer Crossing RV Park - (505) 653-4838
  • Santa Fe
    • Los Campos De Santa Fe RV Resort - (800) 852-8160
    • Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground - (800) 426-9259
    • Santa Fe KOA - (800) KOA-1514
    • Santa Fe Skies RV Park - (505) 473-5946
  • Santa Rosa
    • La Loma RV Park - (505) 472-4379
    • Santa Rosa Campground - (505) 472-3126
  • Silver City
    • Faywood Hot Springs Resort - (505) 536-9663
    • Gila Hot Springs Ranch - 505) 536-9551
    • Silver City RV Park - (505) 538-2239
  • Taos/El Prado
    • Monte Bellow RV Park - (505) 751-0774
  • Tierra Amarilla
    • El Vado Lake Resort - (505) 588-7225
  • Tucumcari
    • Cactus RV Park - (505) 461-2501
    • Empty Saddle RV Park - (505) 461-8623
  • Vadito
    • Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort - (505) 587-2240
  • Vaughn
    • El Rancho Camp - (505) 584-2675
  • White's City
    • AAA White's City RV Park - (505) 785-2291
  • Williamsburg
    • Shady Corner RV Park - (505) 894-3685