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3 RV Parks near Casa Blanca, New Mexico
May 2018 - $11.00
For a reasonable safe stop for the night or a few days there is nothing wrong with this place. All gravel parking lot/rv sites, pull through sites are long enough for the longest rigs. Fairly easy to get into and out of this park. Office hours are odd, but if you call when they are open will answer the phone. WIFI was iffy, only kind of worked for a short time. - weighit
Feb 2017 - $11.00
A good campground for one or more nights. Campground has full hook-up sites that are either pull-thru or back-in. Sites fairly level & are gravel. Water pressure is good. Sites are satellite friendly. WiFi spotty, as I think it comes from the Casino. Speaking of the Casino, it is within walking distance. Campground offers a concrete walking path with gate to get to the casino. The area is beautiful & worth the drive down to the Acoma Pueblo. Would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Tinisu
Nov 2016 - $11.00
This is basically a gravel parking lot with FHU. Has about 5 pull thru and maybe 12 back-in sites. No cable but we picked up several channels with our antenna. Sites are close together but room for your slides, not quite level and fairly long. Small dog park that is also all rocks. This is a great place for overnight, especially for $11.36 ! We'll stay here again if in the area. - travelswithpuppies
Dec 2018 - $1.00
During a blizzard that hit New Mexico, I decided to pull into the Sky City RV Park to spend the night. It was 11:00. The office was dark and closed. There was no directions on where to register. I figured I'd pull into a site and pay the next morning. The next morning, I left the RV park and went to their travel center and bought gasoline. It was still blizzard conditions out. The gasoline was only $1.99/gallon. I asked an attendant on where to pay for the RV park site. They told me the front desk at the hotel across the street. I went there and the front desk clerk said she closed out yesterday's registrations and couldn't add my stay. I suggested that she log me in as an after midnight arrival so she could put it down as a next day's registration so I could pay. For some reason she couldn't do that. She said that she won't charge me for the stay. The park itself, from what I could see of it, as it was dark and covered in snow, was nice and organized with relatively spacious sites. - ArmandV
Nov 2018 - $19.00
Nice spot to stop and fuel up and rest for the night. Sites are concrete, level (at least ours was), hook ups worked fine, and a casino to get a bite to eat. The shuttle will pick you up but we just walked over and enjoyed the beautiful sunset. Not necessarily a great place to walk pets as there are stickers and not any grass. Boy dogs shouldn't have a problem but it could be a challenge for the girls if they only "go" on grass. :-) Still a great place to stop and a great price for all you get. I love the desert look and the mountains all around. The sunset was spectacular. Some road noise but if you stay along an interstate it can't be avoided. Not as bad as some though. We will definitely stay here again. - tb919
Oct 2018 - $15.00
This location is a good spot to pull in, recharge your batteries, top off your white tank, and drain your grey, black, and galley tanks. Ground is slanted heavy, after I finish my to-do list I plan on turning around to help in leveling efforts. - Canonman16
May 2016 - $0.00
A really nice FREE campground. Rated it excellent because it's free and the nice amenities for a government campground. Facilities seem very new - picnic shelters, fire pits, grills. There are restrooms and trash receptacles. Expansive views. Very quiet. Verizon LTE (mostly - goes in and out). Would have no problem getting TV sat reception (we didn't use our tailgater but clear view of sky). Great for solar panels too.
Sites vary in size - some pull-throughs. Most sites not very level.
Road in is a little rough. There is one dip near start of road that you could get hung up on if pulling travel trailer. we pull a utility trailer behind truck camper - we raised truck up on airbags and had 1' clearance thru the dip. There was one fifth wheel in campground who obviously made it in fine. Highly recommended for a night or two to visit El Malpais. - chinookgeo
Mar 2013 - $10.00
Small, first come first serve Bureau of Land Management (BLM) CG. Convenient to explore this fascinating region of NM. Recently renovated with shade structures and grills. Some nice views. Vault toilets only. No water or dump, if I recall. Quiet. Clean. Would not bring a 40 ft A in here, can be tight. - rvrover63
Aug 2011 - $1.00
A free BLM campground about 10.8 miles S from I-40 exit# 89. Once you pass the well marked "Sandstone Bluffs Overlook" look for the yellow cattle guard on the left and turn in there. There is a small sign marking the CG. Nice new concrete vault toilets and newly upgraded picnic tables with very nice shade covers. Some sites have good view to the west over the lava beds. There is a steep dip about 50 yards from the entrance which long rigs (40') or rigs with long overhangs (12' or more) behind the rear wheels may scrape entering & leaving. No water, elect or sewer. Good quiet place to stop overnight or camp while exploring "El Malpais Nat. Conservation Area". - A-S_Travels