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2 RV Parks near San Antonio, New Mexico
Jan 2018 - $30.00
Location, location, location. If this park were anywhere else I'd give it a 4 or 5 and call it adequate for an overnight stop, nothing more. But, given that it is right on the edge of Bosque de Apache Wildlife Refuge, we are very happy it is there and has good working utilities and tons of space. You could easily park your 80 foot mega-rig in the wide open gravel lot. The owner is uber-friendly and will show up eventually; pay him when you see him or catch him at his house. He lets local field workers clean up in the showers in off hours; good for him. No wifi, no cable. I was desperate to watch NFL playoffs, so I drove to the Capitol Bar in nearby Socorro to get my fix. If you stay here, it should be for the outstanding birding. Enjoy. - darwinmoore
Sep 2017 - $25.00
September 26- Adequate camp for what we needed for the night. Check in is whenever the owner shows up to meet you at the site you've chosen. Single stall men and women restroom. One of the spools laying around worked good as a platform to do some work on the side of my RV. - ForestWalker
Mar 2017 - $25.00
Besides being a mostly open dirt/gravel parking lot, we got a warm welcome from the other campers, a very friendly chatty group. I think the owner fosters this environment, he was a card. It was quiet. Hook ups worked as expected. No picnic tables, but a few cable spools that you could roll over to your site. - MichelleKry
Oct 2019 - $30.00
Tiny and relatively new park owned by the friendliest couple we've ever met as park owners. It has about 10 sites total, only 6-8 of which can handle larger RV's like fifth wheels and Class A's. The other sites can fit Class B's and camper trucks. Price reflects 50A service, is less for 30A. They only take cash or checks, take note. Not well marked on New Mexico Route 1 about 2-3 miles south of the small town of San Antonio, so drive slow and look for signs on right. Long gravel single lane driveway into park, so check to see if anyone is coming out before committing to turning in. Office/store has nice little local artists gallery, and a single-user bathroom and a separate single-user shower; they charge $2-$3 for shower use. They recently added another separate building with a very nice single-user bathroom in it (no shower.) Sites are level and gravel, with decent maneuverability for my 35-foot fifth wheel. No shade. Owner is very knowledgeable about local birding at the refuge. No noise from the roads, but there are occasional trains that will wake you - if the coyotes didn't already. Great sunset views of the mountains. Would definitely stay here again if in area. - We Roamed and Rambled
Oct 2019 - $25.00
Very small park( 8-10 spots) that is owned and operated by the friendliest couple! The gravel spots are level and exceptionally well maintained. Call to reserve- but do it early; more than 50% of their business is “repeat business “; word of this small gem of a place is spreading quickly. All sites are FHU. Each site is compact- not a lot of room between neighbors. - Arf53
Apr 2019 - $25.00
Newer family owned park, but bare bones. No facilities, e.g. no Wi-Fi, no cable, but for the price I gave it an excellent rating. Maybe that was too generous. We have satellite, so didn't check broadcast TV, and Verizon service was very good for our Jetpack and phone. The "park" is very small and there's not a lot of "wiggle room". There ARE 10 sites, but 2 are for tents or very small campers, 5 are pull-throughs, (but quite tight) and 3 are back-in, or if you want a nice view of the mountains, pull in and back out. Our rig is 53 feet including a toad, and there wasn't sufficient room for the car or dolly - we had to unhook and park the car beside the RV. We stayed three days, so for us that was OK. Sites are tight, but there was a 40 ft DP beside us who also unhooked, but managed to get in and out OK. We had room to back the rig out only because the pull-through behind us was open. If the place had been full, it would have taken some careful maneuvering to get out and hook up the dolly. So for a quick overnight, call and reserve a pull through. Owners were very pleasant and helpful. Sites were level, water quality was very good, the pressure was adequate, but never much above 30 psi. Voltage was good: 123vac. Park is 3+ miles off of Hwy 380. Very rural - no interstate noise, very quiet except for the occasional train whistle ½ mile across the road. (they were quiet at night) We'd definitely stay there again. Socorro is 7? miles and has all the usual stores, e.g. Walmart, Autozone, etc. - Menno