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Albuquerque Central KOA
12400 Skyline Road NE  Albuquerque, New Mexico
16 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to Albuquerque Central KOA, the Albuquerque New Mexico RV Park. We have a beautiful campground nestled close to the Sandia Mountains. Whether you are looking for a big rig friendly 80 foot RV sites, cabins, or just tent camping, we are your Albuquerque campground. We have a swimming pool, indoor hot tub, banana bikes, mini golf, playground, horseshoes and a huge grassy park for your pets. We are definitely pet friendly. We are here to help you relax and take care of all your camping needs.

There's plenty to do during your camping stay with us. Our pet friendly RV Park is conveniently located near attractions such as the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, the world's longest aerial Tramway, and we are the closest campground to Expo New Mexico Fairgrounds. The campground is also conveniently located to a variety of restaurants, the aquarium, zoo, multiple museums and the fascinating Old Town shopping district.

The Albuquerque Central KOA has daily, weekly and monthly rates available. Our general store is open every day and is well stocked with gifts, souvenirs, RV supplies, and groceries. Whatever your reason for visiting, our KOA's friendly staff will make sure you have a great stay. Come and see us- you'll be glad you did!

Albuquerque North / Bernalillo KOA
555 South Hill Road  Bernalillo, New Mexico
29 CampedThere Reviews

The campground features a shaded pool (a rarity in the desert) just steps from your Kamping Kabin, tent site or RV pull thru. It's a terrific gathering spot for groups and families with an outdoor covered pavilion, playground, volleyball, horseshoes, 2 dog parks, a book exchange, and video rental along with a great gift shop boasting Native American crafts, snacks, drinks, RV supplies and everyday essentials.

 Catch the new Rail Runner Express in Bernalillo only half a mile away (within walking distance) for train excursions to explore downtown Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Belen. The campground also offers easy access to the attractions of New Mexico's two largest cities, as well as to ancient Indian ruins (in Bernalillo), ghost towns, pueblos and all the beauty of the Southwest. Just head West on 550 to highway 4 to the Jemez village where you can swim in the soda damn, soak in the natural hot spring pots and enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery New Mexico has to offer.

We are the closest KOA to the World Famous International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta just 9 miles away. Every October the skies are filled with every color, size and shape of balloons. An amazing spectacle you’ll want to see. 

 No car, that’s okay we have a free shuttle that will take you to the Santa Ana Casino where you can enjoy a fun filled evening of dining, bowling (kid friendly with arcade) and entertainment just minutes away. They will always pick you up for an exhilarating round of world famous golf. Feel like staying in, Pizza Hut and Dominos will always deliver to your campsite.

On the weekends for your enjoyment free G/PG rated movies are shown in the grassy outdoor covered pavilion where you can purchase snacks and popcorn to add to your viewing pleasure.   Our employee’s number one goal is to make your camping experience carefree and memorable so that you will choose our campground as the place to stay in New Mexico.

American RV Park
13500 Central Ave SW  Albuquerque, New Mexico
29 CampedThere Reviews

American RV park is the highest rated RV Park in New Mexico. With our convenient location to downtown Albuquerque, we make the perfect Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta camping location and you'll enjoy the numerous area attractions.Our RV park and camping facilities include everything to make your stay a relaxed and pleasant experience with daily, weekly and monthly rates available for your Albuquerque stay. Our store is open for your shopping pleasure and convenience.

Carlsbad KOA
2 Manthei Road, Highway 285  Carlsbad, New Mexico
30 CampedThere Reviews

Make us your home base for visiting the famous Carlsbad Caverns. We are centrally located for a whole array of beautiful area attractions. Big rig friendly, all sites are huge 30/50-amp pull thrus with free Wi-Fi and free cable TV. KOA will spoil you with its 2,000-square-foot community room, meals delivered to your site, a beautiful commercial laundry, outstanding restrooms, a fenced dog park, a heated pool and an adult hot tub. From this KOA in the heart of southeast New Mexico, you can visit Carlsbad Caverns, Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park, Sitting Bull Falls Recreation Area, Roswell's International UFO Museum and White Sands National Monument. Check out the Robert H. Goddard rocket collection at the Roswell Museum and Art Center. You'll be intrigued with all of the "Billy the Kid" history at the campground. Free fire truck rides in season.

GPS N32 degrees 35.198'/W104 degrees 24.987'.

Clayton KOA
903 South 5th Street  Clayton, New Mexico
5 CampedThere Reviews

Sleep under a starry Western sky, where 90-degree days turn into cool nights, creating an ideal camping experience. Spend the days volcano hopping at Capulin Volcano National Monument, bird-watching in Kiowa National Grasslands or walking in the footsteps of dinosaurs at Clayton Lake State Park. The lake offers hiking, horse trails and fishing. Travel through local history at the Herzstein Memorial Museum or over dinner at the Eklund Dining Room and Saloon, once the only hotel between Dallas and Denver. Stretch out in the long pull thrus or enjoy group events in the all-purpose room. Your four-legged fellow travelers will appreciate the grassy pet walk or the on-site horse motel.

Grants / Cibola Sands KOA
PO Box 179, 26 Cibola Sands Loop, South Hwy 53  Grants, New Mexico
13 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to the KOA at the center of northwestern New Mexico. Setup is easy with tent village sites, cabins and up to 83-foot-long pull thru sites, with up to 50-amp service and plenty of room for slide-outs. Then kick back and enjoy free cable TV at your RV site or take a walk amid ancient lava beds. Dinner is easy with delicious Campground Cuisine dinners delivered to you. Kids will enjoy the Wii game room and playground. End the evening with free wireless Internet. Start your morning with a free continental breakfast. Traveling with a group? You can request the meeting room for events. Extend your stay and explore the beauty and history of the high desert. Experience Southwestern Indian cultures at their heritage sites. Your KOA hosts can help with tour plans. Join us for the rest of your day.

Las Cruces KOA
814 Weinrich Road  Las Cruces, New Mexico
12 CampedThere Reviews

Gaze east and you'll understand why this campground is famous for its view. You'll be treated to a panoramic view of Las Cruces, Mesilla Valley and neighboring mountains. Choose Kamping Kabins, romantic-view sites or pull thru RV sites up to 80 feet long to accommodate large rigs and tow vehicles. Stay a night or several months to enjoy the view, a heated pool (in season) and all the area has to offer. Head to the farmers' market-where you can shop for local specialties like chiles and pecans-or to La Mesilla, Las Cruces' old town with great Mexican cuisine. Enjoy local festivals and wineries. Other destinations include the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, White Sands National Monument and south-of-the-border shopping in Juarez or Palomas, an hour away.

Your hosts: Tony and Chris Fassi look forward to serving you for a night or an entire season.

Las Vegas, New Mexico KOA
HCR 31, Box 16  Las Vegas, New Mexico
6 CampedThere Reviews

Travelers along the Santa Fe Trail used to arrive on horseback or by wagon to this lawless frontier town, where Billy the Kid once evaded a lynch mob. Today, travelers enjoy a more civilized reception at this KOA, tucked into the pinon and juniper scented foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Wagon-wheel ruts, 900 historic buildings and the Fort Union National Monument highlight the area's past. Lakes and a national wildlife refuge showcase its natural wonders. At KOA's Cafe del Guapo, sample the green-chile Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and delicious steaks. Have your reunion or get-together in the new rec hall facility. Find Southwest and authentic Indian items in the campground store. Summertime fire truck rides at KOA make for a memorable visit. We offer limited services December 1 to March 1. Bed-and-breakfast facilities are available March 1 to November 30.

Lordsburg KOA
1501 Lead Street  Lordsburg, New Mexico
8 CampedThere Reviews

You'll feel an away-from-it-all serenity at the Lordsburg KOA, despite its easy-access location off I-10 halfway between Tucson and El Paso. Desert beauty surrounds you with scenic views of the Pyramid Mountains and big-sky sunsets. Tour ghost towns, search for opals and agates at Rockhound State Park, hike in the Gila National Forest or climb the dunes at White Sands National Monument. At the campground, you'll find a refreshing pool, a game room, free cable TV, wireless Internet, special holiday treats and a Kamping Kitchen ready for group events. For relaxation in the Western desert, you've come to the right place.

Raton KOA
1330 South 2nd Street  Raton, New Mexico
11 CampedThere Reviews

For more than a century, Raton has been a convenient stopping place along the path between Colorado and New Mexico. Now the "path" has turned into I-25, and this campground is today's convenient stopping place for travelers seeking rest and recreation. From here, you can easily visit Capulin Volcano National Monument, the Boy Scout Museum, Santa Fe Trail and Raton's Old Town Historic District or take in the Independence Day ballooning events, fireworks and small town parade. You'll find restaurants, a grocery store and shopping right across the street from the Raton KOA and a game room and horseshoes right on-site.

Santa Fe KOA
934 Old Las Vegas Highway  Santa Fe, New Mexico
12 CampedThere Reviews

The beauty of the mountains surrounds the Santa Fe KOA. Settle in for a while because there's plenty to see and do, from the many museums and outstanding five-star (and five-pepper!) restaurants to national monuments and Indian casinos. Spend a day on the Santa Fe Plaza strolling the galleries and shops for unique art and gifts. Allow yourself several days to explore the local Indian cultures and visit old mining towns and famous Taos. At the campground, you'll appreciate the mountain views, native trees, shaded sites and friendly staff. Visit our gift shop and take home a Southwestern souvenir or a Navajo craft that holds within it the magic of New Mexico.

Silver City KOA
11824 Highway 180 East  Silver City, New Mexico
7 CampedThere Reviews

Thanksgiving get-away at the Silver City KOA. Come to our Thanksgiving Potluck. We roast a turkey, smoke a turkey and make the gravy, and you bring your favorite Thanksgiving dish. Join us for good company and good food on Thursday, Nov 22, 6 pm.

You won't want to miss the Silver City Annual Lighted Christmas Parade on Saturday, Nov 24, 7 pm. It's a fun, hometown event.

What a great time to visit our Silver City KOA and enjoy our great outdoors. You can take a hike in the pines, or visit our galleries and museums. We'll see you here.

Tucumcari KOA
6299 Quay Road AL  Tucumcari, New Mexico
18 CampedThere Reviews

Welcoming pets and people, the Tucumcari KOA calls itself "the friendliest stop on I-40." There's plenty of room for the largest and smallest RVs on the road in our extra long and level pull thru sites, plus our tent areas have grass! Our "Desert Oasis" offers fabulous views of Tucumcari Mountain, plateaus, mesas and pastures. In this quiet country atmosphere, the traveler will find the relaxation needed after a long day's travel in our new pool or relief for those tired muscles in our new hot tub! Enjoy dinner or breakfast delivered to your site or join us in our cozy dining area. Come spend a couple of days or longer and enjoy fishing at nearby Ute Lake or Conchas Lake State Parks, and travel along the numerous Scenic Byways to see the unique landscape and a variety of wildlife. From Route 66 Neon and history to dinosaurs and larger-than-life size murals, to a game of golf at the municipal golf course, Tucumcari offers something for everyone!

81 Palms Rv Resort
2800 W Pine St  Deming, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

A-Z Storage & Rv Park
107 Ulibarri Ln  Bloomfield, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

Abiquiu Dam-Corps
Highway 96  Abiquiu, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

Akers RV & Trailer Park
1800 E Grand Ave  Clovis, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

Angel Peak Rv Park
6181 Highway 64  Bloomfield, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

Animas River Rv Park
17380 Highway 550  Aztec, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

Apache Rv Park
Highway 12 Mm 16  Reserve, New Mexico
0 CampedThere Reviews

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