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3 RV Parks near Springer, New Mexico
Nov 2018 - $18.00
From other reviews it appears that GPS directions are suspect. Our Garmin RV660 fell into the same rut simply because the address listed is vague. Try 1022 Highway 468 Springer NM 87747. Without this address our GPS asked us to drive down a narrow dirt road for about 3 miles. Don't. Its easy to find. Just follow the signs to Springer. The park is just west of the Service Station on the main drag. Check in was very simple. We chose a site and I walked up to the office. I was about to slip our $18.00 into a slot provided when the owner opened the door. She took our CASH and supplied a receipt. A quick run down on what services were available in town and when they closed....done. Our site was course sand and grass. It was wide and long enough for our needs. Power (30), Sewer we available but the water had been turned off for the season. We were the only unit in the park. It was quiet and pleasant for an overnight stop. There are two restaurants in town both within walking distance. We paid $18.00 cash and feel we received good value. We would return if in the area. - Rollin Ollens
Oct 2018 - $18.00
Park is older, all pull thru, had some problem getting level in the MH but switched sites and was fine. Clear view of SW for satellite. Very friendly, cash only. Even though I25 is visible, quiet. Easy to find. - Wandering
Apr 2018 - $18.00
We stayed one night so we stayed hooked up. Our GPS devices had a little trouble finding the park before the trip so Bob manually entered the park's latitude/longitude. Once on the road the Rand McNally GPS device worked great. The Garmin GPS has been flaky ever since the last update. Google maps agreed with the Rand McNally so it broke the tie and it turned out to be right. We were in a pull thru and the full hookups looked convenient although all we used was electrical and we were in backwards trying our best to get a satellite signal. We had looked at satellite images prior to visiting. The office was closed when we got there so we started setting up. We were in a 30amp site for $18 which didn't bother us as the temperature was in the 60s so we wouldn't need air conditioning, much less two air conditioners. As Bob was digging around trying to find our 30amp extension cord the office lady came and said we could pull forward enough for our power cord to reach. That seemed to make a difference for our roof mounted dish, although at first glance we didn't think we would be getting much of a signal. Turns out we got great signal strength. We were also surprised how good our ATT signals were, 3 bars for cellular and 1-2 bars for 4g. The park does not offer wifi so we were very thankful for whatever signal we got. As we mentioned before the office lady was great. We planned to leave the next morning but the high winds prevalent this time of year have kicked up again. When we called the office about potentially a late checkout since the winds were supposed to die down by 3p she said stay as long as we need to, just be safe. Pay only if we stayed. The wind cleared up and we were able to leave. We would consider staying here again because how nice the lady was. - Bob & Jo
Jun 2016 - $35.00
$40 gets you full hookups on a dusty, gravel back-in site. There were two RV areas, one near the road and one behind a "cowboy cabin" that is more private. Sites are very close and trees prevent back-in accessing some sites. This is suitable for 1 night if necessary but seems over priced for the facilities.
Owners are very welcoming and friendly. RV park seems neglected in favor of the Inn part of the business. We stayed 1 night. Probably won't return. - SemperParatus
May 2011 - $40.00
Overpriced for what you get. They recently canceled their cable TV so you can use either your rooftop antenna or satellite dish. Wi-Fi is a household router that works if there aren't more than 2 or 3 others connected. Gravel sites with old picnic tables and little else for amenities. They are right off the highway and convenient to Philmont Scout Ranch, but other than that they don' have much going for them other than friendly owners. - TX Camper
Sep 2009 - $25.00
Good for a night or two to learn about the area. Friendly owners. Life in Cimarron moves at a slower pace than the rest of the world so relax and enjoy the culture. - wilmsd
Oct 2018 - $33.00
We were looking for a full service CG in the general area to refresh our tanks after a week of boondocking. We're self contained and don't use the facilities. We stayed on a weeknight in mid-October in our 25 foot MH. This CG met all of our needs. The owner was helpful and friendly. The sites are arrayed across a large open grass field with the utility posts aligned RVs park alternating direction giving the sites that are close together a feeling of more spaciousness and preserving some of the common green space in the CG. There are also a few sites along the perimeter with more shade. The sites are mostly level with grass/gravel surface. There's good ATT and Verizon cell coverage. There's wifi which we did not use. There's a laundry room on site. As noted in other reviews, the CG feels a bit dated, yet everything works and we enjoyed our brief stay. We were the only guests on our visit. - dsvt
Jul 2016 - $30.00
This is an older park. Roads are dirt, some sites are paved, but mainly grass/dirt and level. Maneuvering a big rig can be a challenge, just watch for trees. Roads are wide but not well defined. Sites have shade, utility locations are adequate and up to spec. The owner is nice, lives on site and understands the park is dated. This is a no frills park as most neighbors are Philmont Staff or Boy Scouts coming to the Ranch. - duster340