9 Parks near Alamogordo, New Mexico
Mar 2016 - $31.00
Nice facility, but tight sites. We had trees on both sites, and had to jockey the 5th wheel back and forth, and still had branches hit both slides. WiFi and cable were both good, each site had a concrete patio and picnic table. Good camp store. A small dog park. - ta96silver
Feb 2016 - $36.00
Very scruffy dusty park in need of some updating. Pull thru site (1) was very narrow and not long enough to fit tow without unhooking. Slide was inches from cement picnic table. Seems there are some permanents with unkept trailers/campers. Very overpriced for this type of park.
Office staff very friendly & did lend coasters for "sledding" at White Sands. - Beachside Baby
Dec 2015 - $35.00
We stayed 5 nights at the KOA in Alamogordo. First I have to say that the owners are fantastic. The wife is there every day either doing the earlier shift or later shift. She was super nice and super helpful. She had recommendations for a chiropractor, places to go, etc. Just a super friendly person. She lent us discs for riding at White Sands (twice).
The rec room had a Foosball table, ping pong table and darts. We borrowed a couple books from the book exchange. And they had videos you could check out as well. Kids played on the playground. Pool was closed for the winter. Women's bathroom was being remodeled but was still usable and actually really nice. Very clean!!! My husband said the men's bathroom was more dated, but fresh paint and very clean.
Used the laundry ($1.25 to wash) and grabbed a cup of free coffee on our way out of town from the lobby.
Campground had a groovy dated feel with the cement block privacy walls, but everything was clean and in good shape. We had a level gravel pull through spot that she led us to in a golf cart. There was some train noise at night, but I usually slept right through it. The place an overall 4.5/5... My 5 star spots are the super deal state parks out in nature with great views!
Thanks Sandy!! - Hapahaole
Apr 2016 - $28.00
White rock gravel park with few trees. Not visually appealing but provided refreshing amenities & service. - zzzya
Mar 2016 - $25.00
We have stayed before and liked the park so stayed again to revisit the area. The park is all gravel the sites are separated by a small fence. There is a lot of space to get any size rig into the park. The sites are a little close but angled giving you room to look out without looking at the rig beside you. The park fills up at night with overnighters. The owners are very nice and helpful and appreciative of our staying with them. We found this to be a great spot to see the area. We will be back again. - JDR
Mar 2016 - $26.00
As is typical for SW parks, this is gravel. The sites are very spacious and level. We were able to park our pickup beside our 5th. The staff were all great. This park is several miles north of Alamogordo so a bit inconvenient to grocery shop, drive to White Sands etc., but worth it.
TV was strong with antenna. WiFi was fair. - Tom-MNAK
Nov 2007 - $15.00
This is a newer park that is good for overnight, or visiting the area. It is not a destination park. It is designed for full hookups (w,s,e) We only needed 30A. I'm not sure if there is 50A. I don't know if the office has showers and restroom or not. After hours, the 2nd gate is left open. This is an operating feed and tack business, so during the day there is some tractor/loader noise. It is located about 1 mile West of Hwy 54 on the North side of town. - Elliott
Sep 2015 - $26.00
4 washers and 4 dryers, new A/c in washing room, nice people, easy to get to get to Halloman. , - TravelingMimi579
Feb 2015 - $8.00
We stayed here the winter of 2014-2015. Sites are large and easily accessible. Very little shade and no grass. This is a good park for an overnight stay with easy access from Hwy 70. We enjoyed our winter in Alamogordo as there was a lot of history, beautiful scenery and outdoor sporting options in the area. It is also a very friendly town. The park is friendly but not a source of entertainment so fun must be found elsewhere. There is a clubhouse with nice laundry facilities as well as showers. Our rate reflects monthly stay. We will stay here again when we are going thru Alamogordo. - ksgypsy
Oct 2014 - $25.00
No atmosphere at all so if you're looking for a resort, keep looking. If all you need is a safe place, good hookups, clean restrooms and lots of room, this is the place. Typical New Mexico gravel lot with few trees, but spaces are large pull-throughs and easy for big rigs. I will definitely stay here again. - ldukeb
Apr 2016 - $18.00
Arrived on a Saturday, no answer and response to voicemails. Ended up just picking a site and filing out the registration, paying with a check and leaving it at the office. Very low water pressure (<25 psi). Long, gravel sites in the back. Appears to be a work in progress, since most of the newer sites have new plantings and only one sewer connection for two adjacent sites. Despite the new grading and gravel,the site isn't all that level. My rear was up and the stairs were almost on the ground.
The bathroom/shower and laundry are all in one small building. Allows access for only one person. If you are self contained it's no issue. - Good Vibes
Feb 2016 - $18.00
no frills park but we were well satisfied.Very nice people at park. - dave58
Feb 2016 - $17.00
As noted, the PA discount makes this a very attractive park to utilize while in Alamogordo. The new owners/staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The sites are gravel and level and use the push/pull parking style. Excellent park for overnight or has a base camp for exploring. - DennisK
Mar 2014 - $15.00
Nice, reasonably level, gravel pull through sites. All with full hookups, some with concrete pads for the RV entry door (no pads to park on). All sites have 30 amp, four sites have 50 amp. Very quiet and dark at night. Water pressure at 80 psi. Voltage was good. Strong AT&T 4G cellular data. Register in lodge office, or at bar if office is closed. Super friendly lodge members. Overall this is an excellent place for Elks members. We'll definitely stay here again when passing through the area. - Gyropilot
Apr 2016 - $14.00
One of our favorite parks. We camp here twice a year. The park has gotten very popular with overnighters so reservations are needed for weekends. We got there on a weekday before 4PM and got the last first come site with W&E. No wind this trip but winds can be a problem in NM in the spring. If you are using GPS don't let it send you down Taylor Ranch RD unless you enjoy rough roads. Stay on Hwy 70 until you see the brown state park sign pointing to the park. It is not a scenic drive but the park is wonderful when you get to it. There are 2 loops . The lower loop does not have hookups but usually has vacant sites and the same wonderful views. There is a train but it is pretty far away. Normally we don't even hear it. - NT2013
Feb 2016 - $24.00
Spacious and open, gravel site with a fire ring, picnic table and patio. Windy, windy, windy. Camper rocked every night from the gusts, but the location, views, and peacefulness were beyond compare. We were on the highest point, but heard others felt winds too. Hiked Dog Canyon trail to Lime Cabin. Strenuous but great up the side and of the Sacramento Mountains. 4500 to 5800 elevation. - Bucket List
Nov 2015 - $14.00
Incredible views up against a mountain and overlooking the valley! Sites are indeed square and a little difficult to get into, but they are well-spread out and private, and all have terrific views. Water and electric are located at the back of sites, not at the side, so you might need longer cords and hoses, depending on how you choose to park. I was lucky to get one of the perfectly level sites, which was nice. I backed in parallel to the road and so the rear of my rig was near the hookups, which worked out fine. Very pretty desert setting overall. There is a small visitor center and several hiking paths, plus a small cactus garden. - judy_online
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Good for an overnight stay. Price is $21.oo with tax, cash only. Pull through sites with a table and a few trees. Lots of full timers, but still lots of space for overnighters. Site was level so we did not have to unhook. Could hear road noise during night, but have stayed in worse. We would stay here again. - BigR
Jun 2015 - $19.00
The folks running this park were VERY friendly and helpful. For the price, this is a great park. We would definitely stay here again. - marvls
Jun 2015 - $9.00
Rate cited is based on the monthly rate. This is a fairly nice park, with wide sites and lighted at night, other than the Wi-Fi, which was BAD most of the time. It didn't work much of the time, and when it did work it had weak signal and was very slow. Sometime dogs across the street would bark a lot. - MichealRudy
Mar 2016 - $31.00
PROs: This is an all paved park....no grass etc. Therefore very clean. CONs: The sites are very narrow and very short. I circled back and made it on my second try. There was not adequate space to park our pickup. As mentioned the sewer connection is in the very back of the site and would require about 30 feet of hose. I talked to the front desk and she said no one had every complained, but based on other reviews I think others have complained. I got a refund. - Tom-MNAK
Apr 2014 - $35.00
This place is a joke. They have two separate RV parks. The first is an old parking lot with very narrow roads and spaces. The second is newer, 50 amp spaces, but all of them are back-in only. We stayed in what they called a pull-through space in the old side because it was just for one night and we did not want to disconnect the dinghy. That was a mistake to say the least. The spaces are very narrow, mainly because they have these interesting retro-70s patios on them. The RV hookups are at the very end of the space, so make sure you have an extension for your sewer line. Now for the really bad part. The trees were so overgrown that I had to stop at a certain point in our space to avoid damaging the rig by hitting a tree branch, which was really not an issue because the road in front of the space was so cramped and tight that I would not have been able to pull out of the space anyway. The park is filled with some really old, run-down RVs that are obviously full-timers, if is completely blacktop, and the dog park is a really nasty, tiny little corner in the back of the parking lot. The only, and I mean only nice thing I can say about this place is that it is right next door to a Walmart. And I mean that is the only nice thing I can say about this place. - BadCubs
Apr 2014 - $29.00
This is a no reservations facility, but there were spaces available. The previous comments are confirmed. The facility is an older design and therein lies my comment. The sewer connections on the pull through sites are located to the extreme rear of the pad, so with the midships location of the tank connection get ready to run 15'-20' of sewer hose or back into the access lane to dump. The sewer connection was on the neighbors concrete pad and to close. There is not a dump station on the facility. There is a city dump station about a mile away available, if it is not full. This was a pleasant 7 night stay in a travel trailer. - New Mexico Stan