5 Parks near Alto, New Mexico
May 2016 - $37.00
Beautiful setting, lovely views, gravel sites, plenty of trees, short walk to the stream loaded with trout. No playground but fun play area the kiddos liked. Quiet during the week, weekend was very noisy, crowded and quiet hours ignored (until 12:30 AM). Light road noise at night. Mostly friendly staff, willing to help. Asked about military discount (retired USMC) when checking in and was told "you have to be active duty, out there fighting". Some construction going on building cabins. - pokeynpepper
Aug 2014 - $35.00
This park is located in a beautiful setting along the Bonito river. The sites and roads are gravel, most of the FHU/pull through sites require blocks + jacks for leveling, utilities are located at the front on some sites and many face each other, some so close that only one may put awnings out. W/E sites seem a better bet but are relatively short. Restrooms are clean but basically unfinished, showers have a very small changing area with no clothes hook or seat. Laundry room is a dark utility area between restrooms with only one washer and dryer (one oos) and very dirty. We managed to get satellite but cell service (Verizon) poor and their wifi in and out, minimal at best. The campground area is clean and well maintained and quite pleasant. A few dogs (some from the staff) wandering around off leash which made walking our dogs difficult at times. Unfortunately this seems to be one of the nicer campgrounds in the area, though did not visit any within the Ruidoso city area. If you decide to stay here strongly recommend you drive through and select a suitable campsite first. - Dogs and Cats
Jul 2014 - $40.00
This is a active place. Lots of people and tent camping. No store really, no cell service unless you have Verizon or ATT. I have T-Mobile which is not useful in the Ruidoso area at all. The Wi-Fi was very spotty in my location but better in others. My direct TV worked but the person next to me had trees in the way. Don't be afraid of the bridge. I took a 30,000 lb RV with a 6,000 lb tow across it. It's narrow but only seems scary. We enjoyed the stay because of so much space between each RV - Steelers Fan
Aug 2015 - $25.00
This is a former USFS campground that has been turned over to the local Indian nation. Roads leading to the CG were good, but the interior roads are neglected. Most sites are crescent shaped P/T with nice space between them, but any RV over 35 ft will have leveling issues. The one bath house is functional but is neglected to the extent you would not want to use it. 50A voltage was low at 108 without appliances being used. No picnic tables and no fire ring. Sat signals available on most sites. VZW cell coverage was good. No WiFi. The grass did not appear to have been mowed in some time. It might be good for a night or two if you are looking for peace and quiet with starry nights or want to camp near the Apache Ski Resort. Otherwise, at $25, it's way overpriced. This one is not on my return list. - RLM
Aug 2015 - $33.00
It has been several years since we were here and it is just as cute, clean, and relaxing as before. Limited spaces for 45 footers, wifi is extremely weak, and ATT service is iffy at best. Mostly older crowd with dogs galore so everybody is super friendly. Have not seen the deer or elk yet but looking forward to them roaming the park early and late. Best park in the Ruidoso area for big rigs. - countrycoach99
Jul 2015 - $34.00
This quiet park caters mainly to older, seasonal visitors. My spacious site that I was able to secure for a week was a temporarily vacant seasonal spot that featured a large landscaped concrete patio and a beautiful view of the surrounding mountains. The owner and guests were all very friendly. AT&T cell service was a little spotty and WiFi was not the best. This was one of the nicest stays I've had at an RV park. - Phaeton40AH
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Stayed here for a week in the middle of August. Definitely would stay here again. Small, well kept, with wide access roads and ample room between spaces (except for ours - see below), far enough away from noise of Ruidoso, close enough to get to town in reasonable time. Easy big rig access, over 55. Filled with dog lovers. Nearly all spaces taken during the high season by seasonal Class A rigs, only one 50 amp available to short-term like us. Several 30 amp spaces are usually open, however, all back up to a painted wood fence with some sort of light manufacturer on the other side. On some days every space was taken. Call ahead; we made our reservation a month in advance and still were faced with a possible move in the middle of our stay. The Wi-Fi is now 'free' but where we stayed the signal was too weak to be useful. Verizon data gave us 3 bars. We stayed in #61 with a 34' rig, backed up to the dry creek and wonderful views (good). Very very very tight (25' wide with obstruction), so if you are unsure of your back-in skills you probably should avoid this particular space. - Bull Durham
358 Airport Rd. (Highway 220) Alto, New Mexico 88312 (map) | (575) 336-4556
Sites: 29 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 1 Reviews
Nov 2015 - $40.00
A brand new, wonderful RV resort with all the amenities. We stayed here in our 45' motorhome. Each spacious, concrete pad site has it's own gas firepit and a private patio.
Terrific location close by to the resort town of Ruidoso.
The resort has a mutual relationship with nearby Rainmaker Resort (about 2 miles away) that has a full service restaurant, 18 hole championship golf course, spa etc.
Brand new resort. Book this one early in Spring of 2016 as it surely will book up early. Awesome !
We'd highly recommend it to others. - Tucsonbenz