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6 RV Parks near Mora, New Mexico
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Mora. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Mora in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $48.00
Having stayed here before, we knew what to expect, but this experience was even worse than ever. 50 amp service was available, but at a premium that we weren't advised of. No ota tv and no satellite signal could be received from our site. Roads were very dusty and we were routinely showered with dust which settled on everything. Anyone desiring to "get away" would probably be satisfied here if they were accepting of the rates. This will be our last visit here. - Dwd40
Jul 2018 - $30.00
A quiet shady resort off the beaten path and a nice respite from today's world. Just what we were looking for. Trees blocked the Safelite, short distance to the golf course, and plenty of places for a nice leasurly stroll. We will be back! Thanks for the friendly accommodations. - k-n-r
Sep 2017 - $32.00
Pendaries is the most peaceful RV park we've experienced. The sites and trees are huge. There are plenty of places for serious hikes; some from the RV park property into the forest. The views from the steep hike to the old turquoise mine are gorgeous (access the trail between sites 28 and 29). Pendaries is more private residences than RV park. T-Mobile does not work in the park. There is no OTA TV but some sites do have a clear shot for satellite TV. The Pendaries golf resort across the street offers some seasonal restaurant opportunities and social functions like a car show, chili cook-off, etc. There is an abundance of nature and quiet; we've seen bears, turkeys, birds, etc. The park office offers a few camp store supplies, books and videos. There is a clubhouse and the private residence owners invite the RV park visitors to their social functions like pot luck dinner, ice cream social, etc. Everyone is very friendly. I esp. like that there are no campfires in Pendaries so my RV and lungs don't get filled up with smoke. - Dirt Biker
Jun 2017 - $18.00
If you want hookups (water & electric only) you're assigned tight spaces (back in) near the entrance. The electric & water hooks pedestals are shared meaning the even numbered spaces must park very close to the odd number unless one has a very long extension cord. It's a very beautiful place with a lot of fishermen. The non-electic spaces are more private and there is a dump station at the end of the park. - SantaFeKurt
Sep 2016 - $14.00
34 camp sites - 15 sites with electric and water, plus dump station - 10 of these are reservation sites from 5/15-9/15, rest are first-come and very popular. No sites with sewer. 14 day maximum stay. Comfort station with toilets and showers are very clean. They close the comfort station at the end of October - earlier if heavy frost. Angel Fire is 17 miles north - great mountain biking there and Farmers Market on Sundays. Staff very friendly and helpful. - Ravengirl
Jun 2016 - $18.00
Overall a good experience. E&W sites (8 total) very tight. Either slide outs or awning but cannot accommodate both. Beautiful location in a valley with a small river stocked with fish. Bathhouses very clean and up to date. Previous campers have left more trash and debris than I am used to. Dump station at far end of park on an incline, not level. Quiet and family oriented. Church group was here during our stay and we barely heard them (lots of kids). Park hosts were on top of business. A fire about 1 mile away was a concern but they passed the OK as soon as all was under control. Winding roads getting here and out, kept the speed down and no shoulders either. Backing into our site was difficult due to a poorly placed sign. Tow vehicle must disconnect due to limited length of lot. Plenty of room to park tow vehicle away from site. We would consider returning.
$18 nightly fee includes $14 camping fee and $4 Reserve America fee. We are learning that many NM SPs have First Come, First Serve sites which do not require a reservation. RA fees can add up quickly if you reserve every visit. Food for thought.
Regarding the site we were given regarding
lot length, tow vehicle must disconnect due to limited depth. I don't know what big Class As do. - SemperParatus
Aug 2012 - $35.00
This place has an excellent setting, and would get a rating of '10' based on that alone, but the logistics of the RV park are not well thought out. Hook-ups at three of the sites are on the wrong side and hook-ups at the other two sites are located so that rigs need to be parked out in a car parking area. When we arrived, an RV in space 20 hooked up to space 19's utilities causing us in space 18 to have no hook-ups. We notified the staff, some of which were friendly and some not. The maintenance person told us that we were to share. We were even still charged for a full hook-up even though we were sharing. If the hook-ups were relocated this place would get a 9. We gave it a 5 for the redeeming quality of the mountain setting. - je23dr13
Sep 2009 - $20.00
The folks at Sipapu Lodge who handle the RV site reservations are very friendly and accommodating. But they seem to be clueless as to the problems with the sites. The web site emphasizes snow activities, disc golf and fishing, but shows no pictures of the RV sites. For this reason one has no heads-up of what to expect when considering the campground. Yes, the woods and stream are very nice, but it's difficult to enjoy them for several reasons. There are five sites, crammed into a space that is suitable for only three. Space 20 puts your door right at the back of a rental building, and has no water hookup. All the sites have the hookups on the wrong side; if you're not in a motorhome that can pull in forward, you have to run your electric cable and hoses under the RV and past the front door. We endured a weekend elbow-to-elbow with partying neighbors and five loose dogs who roamed around threatening our dog and digging in the trash. Two of the sites share a fire pit and picnic table; the fire pits are deep steel rings with no ventilation holes, so the fire burns low and smoky. I asked about the advertised Wi-Fi connection, but was told it wasn't working. We made the best of the situation, but won't go back unless the RV sites are completely rebuilt. - nmroadrunner
Oct 2016 - $5.00
This campground is actually located 21 miles north of Pecos NM on Highway 63 and Forest Road 555. The last 5 miles are on a one lane highway, but the road is wide and there are pull outs to make passing other vehicles easy. The campground host is wonderful. He will help you find a site if needed and will also let you hook up to the electricity on the second host site if it isn't being used. The forest setting is beautiful and campsites are large and well-spaced. Altitude is about 8800 feet, so the weather is cooler in the summer than it is at lower altitudes. We plan on coming here again when we pass through the area next year. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2018 - $10.00
This is our 6th NM State Park. I know it is the off season but if you are going to keep the park open you should have people there to keep an eye on things and keep it clean. I saw 2 park employys in the week we stayed and no one was there over the weekend when it is busy. Dogs running loose trash every where. There are 2 areas with electric sites are up close to the road but the noise let's up at night. The area to the north has only vault toilets and they were NOT clean. There is open camping along the shore but only 2 port-a- potties and they were filthy. The road to the shore is rough dirt. The park closes a sun down so if you go out to dinner time it to be back before dark or you will have to walk in and leave your car in the outside parking lot. If it rains expect lots of mud. - rhianna
Apr 2018 - $14.00
Nice campground with views of the lake. There are water/electric sites and water only sites. Hot showers and flush toilets are near the south campground. Sites in south campground are pull-throughs and each site has a shelter over a picnic table and a fire pit. Garbage cans are located near each site. There are no full hookups and the dump is closed so be sure to arrive with empty tanks. As mentioned previously the entrance gate is closed at 5PM. - MkvCjv
Oct 2017 - $14.00
This isn't one of the better state parks that we have stayed in. It needs a little TLC. Grass not mowed, a lot of pot holes on the roads, just routine maintenance and up keep that needs to be done. The only really bad thing is that they close the gates to get into the park at 5:00 so if you are in the park after that time and need to leave for any reason you can't get back into the park unless you want to walk back in. Doesn't make much sense since they have self pay station for after hours visitors. I arrived thirty minutes before closing time and never saw any employees and the office was locked so I couldn't ask why they do that. We just stayed overnight on our way east and it is OK for that but I don't think I would want to stay much longer than that. Considering the price and the fact that there isn't much else in the area I would stay here overnight again. - Linda Allan
Jan 2019 - $25.00
Pull thru long enough for 34ft travel trailer and tow vehicle. Free Cable & Wifi Pet and children friendly. - Tj Hunter
Aug 2018 - $25.00
I had to laugh when I read on this park's web site, "Our beautiful RV campground facility is located in Las Vegas, NM and has gorgeous scenery so you can enjoy your hikes! Our campground is safe and we offer the convenience of RV and camper full service hook-ups for overnight or even longer stays. You'll be more than satisfied with our courteous customer service, our amenities and the safety of our campground." This is not a beautiful RV park. Customer service was almost non-existent, no hiking paths, no amenities, and no gorgeous scenery. There are a number of run down RVs with occupants that made one feel unsafe. - JRCII
Aug 2017 - $1.00
I didn't actually stay overnite at this RV park, but utilized them for a mechanical emergency which happened on the road, about an hour north of Las Vegas, NM. Limping into the RV park hauling my 5th wheel, they were completely booked, but were kind enough to let me unhook and take just the truck to a nearby mechanic for what turned out to be a quick fix. Not knowing what that 'emergency' might entail, the owner was friendly enough to say "let's see what you need", meaning as I took it, that he would arrange for something for me, in the worst case scenario. This RV park is pretty bare bones, but with mostly pull-thru spots and long term storage along the edges. They have their own restrooms and showers, and while I did not enter the women's, the men's was clean if not like something newly built. I really can't say enough good about the friendly, helpful attitude of the owner. He directed me to the best mechanic available, steering me away from one he thought would overcharge me, and after two hours parked on his property, wished me well and sent me on my way with no further charge. I'd stay here (again?), when I find myself again in the area, 550 miles from home. - whetstonedoug