Boasting gorgeous scenery and some of the most amazing sunsets out there, it’s easy to see why New Mexico is called “The Land of Enchantment” and why many outdoor enthusiasts flock to the state. Of course, all of these people need a place to stay while visiting the state, and that’s where RV parks in New Mexico come into play.
Yes, you could stay in a hotel or even rent a house or an apartment; both are fine options. That said, New Mexico is such a gorgeous place that there is just something special about visiting in an RV and allowing yourself the chance to connect with the desert nature. Besides, you’ll save money on lodging and might even be able to stay longer if you choose to stay in your RV.
Not sure how to begin looking for RV parks in New Mexico? You’ve come to the right place! Below, we’ve outlined the RV camping spots in the state. Choose from the list below, and you’re sure to be a happy camper.
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Route 66 RV Resort
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An incredibly well-rated campground, you’re sure to enjoy a stay at the wonderful Route 66 RV Resort. As the name suggests, the park is located on historic Route 66 and very near all the fun Albuquerque offers. It has all the western charm and lovely views you might expect from such a place, and the onsite casino provides food and entertainment to weary travelers.
This campground offers large full-hookup pull-through sites. A heated pool and hot tub are available, and the park has Wi-Fi for guests to use. Other amenities include a game room, sports courts, a dog park, and more.
14500 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87121
Learn more about Route 66 RV Resort here.
Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort
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If you’re a fan of fishing, water sports, golf, or hiking, Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort is your place. This place is located right by the beautiful Elephant Lake State Park, as well as Truth or Consequences Historic Hot Springs, meaning you can get in and out on the water as much as you please. On top of that, the Sierra del Rio Championship Golf Course is nearby, and there are great hiking trails in the area.
The park is home to a heated swimming pool, hot tub, outdoor games, and even bike rentals. Planned activities happen on a regular basis, and an enclosed dog run helps keep Fido happy. The RV sites are well-groomed and feature full hookups and a Wi-Fi connection.
Elephant Butte, NM 87935
Learn more about Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort here.
USA RV Park
The perfect stopping point when heading through New Mexico on I-40, USA RV Park has everything you need to be comfortable for a single night or weeks at a time. The beautifully landscaped all-American RV park is located near shopping and dining in the town of Gallup. Additionally, BBQ is served onsite, and the campground boasts a git shop for all your souvenir needs.
This park offers pull-through and back-in sites, many with full hookups. Picnic tables are provided at each site, as is cable TV. Planned activities are scheduled often, and the swimming pool, putting green, and dog run are all sure to keep you busy.
2925 W Historic Hwy 66
Gallup, NM 87301
Learn more about USA RV Park here.
Santa Fe Skies RV Park
Looking to get away from it all and really immerse yourself in the beauty of New Mexico? Santa Fe Skies RV Park might be the perfect place. This high desert RV park sits at nearly 7,000 feet elevation, making for some amazing views and a serene environment. It’s also close to the town of Santa Fe, which is absolutely adorable and fun to explore.
This New Mexico RV park campground offers full hookups at every spacious site. Wi-Fi is available, and the restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are clean and well taken care of. You’re also sure to enjoy the game room and nature trails that the park has to offer.
14 Browncastle Ranch
Santa Fe, NM 87508
Learn more about Santa Fe Skies RV Park here.
Boot Hill RV Resort
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A super cute family-run RV park with a distinctly western feel, Boot Hill RV Resort is the place to go for an authentic taste of New Mexico. It is located near the gorgeous White Sands National Park, where you can sled on the bright white sand dunes. The city of Alamogordo is also nearby, offering attractions, dining, and shopping, and the close-by Lincoln National Forest offers a great escape into nature.
Boot Hill RV Resort is dog-friendly and offers dog walk areas as well as enclosed dog runs. Big rigs are welcome, and the showers, laundry room, and exercise room are all well kept. Guests especially appreciate the book exchange, onsite art gallery, an onsite gift shop.
1 Dog Ranch Rd
Alamogordo, NM 88310
Homestead RV Park
The perfect stop for those looking for a friendly stay, Homestead RV Park is a wonderful place. A fantastic location near Four Corners adds to the appeal of this spot, and the miles of BLM land just north of the park makes for the perfect place to go exploring.
50 sites can be found at Homestead RV Park. All are full-hookup sites, and some are as long as 65 feet. There are tables at the campsites, and Wi-Fi is available. Other amenities include showers, a laundry room, a dog park, and more.
11 Rd 6432
Kirtland, NM 87417
Learn more about Homestead RV Park here.
Little Vineyard RV Resort
Another wonderful place to stay in New Mexico is the Little Vineyard RV Resort. Located near the City of Rocks, Rockhound State Park, and the Gila Cliff Dwellings, this park is the place to see natural and historical attractions. Other things to do nearby include hiking, mountain biking, birdwatching, and more.
Amenities within the park include a number of full-hookup sites, internet access, and plenty of planned activities. There is a game room and a rec hall for indoor fun, and the pool, hot tub, and playground will keep your family busy outdoors.
2901 E Pine St
Deming, NM 88030
Learn more about Little Vineyard RV Resort here.
Rio Chama RV Park
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A gorgeous escape into nature, Rio Chama RV Park is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle and relax. The park is located right on the river, and RVs can be parked with a water view. Fishing and bird watching are things people like to do in the campground, and those who venture into Rio Chama will be greeted with mountain town charm.
This park offers 88 sites, 74 of which have full hookups. Internet is available, as are restrooms with showers and an enclosed dog run. Forgot to bring firewood or ice? No worries, both are available onsite.
182 N St Hwy 17
Chama, NM 87520
Learn more about Rio Chama RV Park here.
Midtown Mountain Campground and RV Park
Incredible wineries and eateries can be found around Midtown Mountain Campground and RV Park. Not only that, but the park is also within walking distance of many of these spots. This makes this RV park the ideal place for folks who prefer to park their rig and forget about driving for the entirety of their getaway.
RV sites at this small park include full hookups, picnic tables, and Wi-Fi. Restrooms, showers, a laundry room, and a dog park are all available, and recreation options include outdoor games, a sauna, and nature trails.
302 Mechem Dr
Ruidoso, NM 88345
Learn more about Midtown Mountain Campground and RV Park here.
Hacienda RV Resort
Hacienda RV Resort is the top-rated campground in Las Cruces for a reason. The park is clean and well kept and features incredible views of the Organ Mountains. Of course, its location near Las Cruces—along with the attractions, shopping, and dining found there—is pretty excellent.
Amenities at this park include cable RV and internet, a community clubhouse, workout facilities, one of the largest hot tubs we’ve come across, and more. The sites are great for big rigs and provide guests with full hookups.
740 Stern Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88005
Learn more about Hacienda RV Resort here.
Cedar Cove RV Park
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Another RV park in Elephant Butte, Cedar Cove, is a fantastic place to stay. Nearby attractions include Elephant Butte Lake, ghost towns, the Sierra del Rio Golf Course, hot springs, hiking trails, and more. You’ll never be bored when staying at this park.
As far as the campground itself goes, you’ll be happy to know many amenities are available. These include a game room, a fitness center, a dog corral, and even an onsite nail salon. The sites are large, and the campground goes so far as to claim there is “no rig too big” to fit into them.
Hwy 195, 48 Cedar Cove Rd
Elephant Butte, NM 87935
Learn more about Cedar Cove RV Park here.
Sunny Acres RV Park
The perfect spot for those who enjoy biking and hiking, Sunny Acres RV Park is a peaceful place. Other nearby recreation options include climbing and off-roading, and museums and monuments also offer things to see and do, ensuring you never feel bored.
The campground has a total of 100 RV sites. These include big-rig sites, full-hookup sites, partial-hookup sites, pull-throughs, and back-in spaces. Wi-Fi is available throughout the park, and planned activities, outdoor games, and a rec hall will keep you entertained while in the park.
595 N Valley Dr
Las Cruces, NM 88005
Learn more about Sunny Acres RV Park here.
Sky Mountain Resort RV Park
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Another beautiful campground, Sky Mountain Resort RV Park, is located in the cute village of Chama, which is tons of fun to explore. Here, you can camp alongside the Rio Chama, meaning beautiful views and a peaceful natural lullaby to sing you to sleep.
Each of the park’s sites offers full hookups, free internet, and a table, and the spots can accommodate large rigs. A laundry facility and spotless, heated restroom make it easy to stay clean throughout your stay, and your pup is sure to appreciate the grassy pet area where they can play.
2743 S US Hwy 84/64
Chama, NM 87520
Learn more about Sky Mountain Resort RV Park here.
Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post
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Location is the name of the game at Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post. This park is just off I-40 and historic Route 66 and only a few minutes from Old Town Albuquerque. While staying here, you will want to drive into the city to see the many attractions and try the incredible restaurants. We also highly recommend visiting Petroglyphs National Monument.
Almost all of the sites at this park feature full hookups. There is Wi-Fi available at each site, and the laundry and restrooms with showers are clean and well kept. We highly recommend taking advantage of the heated pool and hot tub during your visit, and the rec hall and game room are equally worth checking out.
14305 Central Ave NW
Albuquerque, NM 87121
Learn more about Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post here.
Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park & Horse Hotel
Finally, there is Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park and Horse Hotel. This Tucumcari park is the perfect stop for those passing through on I-40 or Route 66. Things to do nearby include checking out well-preserved Historic Route 66 motels, visiting the Mesalands Dinosaur, and seeing the New Mexico Route 66 Museum.
Pull-through sites are available at this park, as are full-hookup sites. There is also park-wide internet and a restroom with showers. People love the self-service RV wash found here, and the enclosed dog run is incredibly convenient.
2500 E Rt 66 Blvd
Tucumcari, NM 88401
Learn more about Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park & Horse Hotel here.
As you can see, there are plenty of awesome RV parks in New Mexico, meaning planning an RV adventure to the Land of Enchantment should be no problem at all. Here are a couple other parks that you may want to check out: Elephant Butte Lake State Park and Bonito Hollow RV Park Campground.
What are you waiting for? Why not book your New Mexico getaway today?
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