21 Parks near Angel Fire, New Mexico
Jul 2016 - $48.00
WOW! Stayed at Angel Fire for 3 weeks - wanted to stay all summer. This is like no other. Good Sam rated a 10/10/10. You may find others you like but this is truly an RV Resort w/ nice amenities. The view is spectacular, with day temps in the high 70's and nite temps in the high 40's, AM is calm w/ blue sky and PM w/ nice breeze.
Only in its 2nd year they are finishing the landscaping on the unopened sites. There are 3 - 1st class buildings on the property. The registration building has two family restrooms w/ showers, a very nice sitting area w/ 60" TV and a limited inventory of RV supplies. The second building is the activities lodge where you could easily entertain 200 people w/ 3 - 80" TVs. There are 3 fireplaces, 1 in the lobby, an LP fire pit on patio #1 and a wood burning fireplace on patio #2. The third building is the laundry building with 10 washers and dryers that use credit cards. Laundry is pricey at $2.50 for both wash and dry - in town its $2.25. The laundry building has men's, women's and family restrooms each w/ huge clean showers. There is also a Jacuzzi that seats 10 and an LP fire pit w/ surround seating.
Roads are paved, all sites are pull thru w/ level concrete pads, large picnic table at each site on concrete and 40 feet between sites. Put your trash out in the AM and they pick it up. A large grass dog park, 2 pickle ball courts, 2 horse shoe pits and putting green. The park is owned by the ski resort and RVer's have access to the Ski Lodge amenities. Ask at the RV registration desk for free ski lift tickets. Staff are very friendly, always available and will go out of their way to help you. There is live music twice a week and every Thursday a wine & cheese reception. Three miles outside of Angel Fire past the golf course there is a stocked lake with paddle and row boats, kayaks and a small fee to fish. Very nice grocery store and restaurants in town. - Camino Travelers
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Very nice RV resort style park with concrete pads and mostly pull-through sites. Everything is new and growing and will be nice when all the trees mature. No swimming pool for kids, just a hot tub with max capacity of 7 for the entire park. Very well manicured and putt-putt area. Nice dog run and pickleball courts and large club house for special events. No fire rings at the campsites or grills so bring your own if you want to cook outside. Picnic tables were a little out of the way for me...would have been better to have placed them a little further back (just my opinion). Nice views of the mountains all around and of the ski slopes. Probably would not stay here again although its a very nice park. Would rather stay up in the trees or mountains or river. - Musickman911
Jun 2016 - $62.00
Absolutely one of the finest parks in the country. Beautiful setting, awesome fenced and turfed dog park. Still finishing the back area, but all large wide concrete sites, paved roads and beautiful landscaping. More to come, it will soon be very hard to get a reservation. Roads to it are also good, not a lot of climbing, 2 lane but easily managed. - TexasJanelle
Jul 2016 - $24.00
It's a pretty small park, owned by a nice couple. There are only two bathroom/shower combos, which are kept clean. It has a cabin attached to it. There is no club house or other amenities, but they do have Wifi. The sites are mostly back in, with some pull throughs without sewer. The couples we met there come for a few months or the summer. They have good 30amp and 50amp service; good water quality. Pets are welcome although there is no dog park. Like I said, it's a very small park.
There was vacant land all around the park and behind the storage facility there was a dirt road going up into the hills where I was able to let the dogs loose. There are a ton of prairie dogs all over and they loved to chase them. The sites were fairly close together but level with a little grassy area and behind the sites a common ground with picnic tables where the guests met to talk. - Kerch Family
Jul 2016 - $40.00
WiFi never worked and shower is coin operated which is very inconvenient. 1 toilet, 1 shower for men in entire campground. No fires allowed. Nice enough people but I paid $40 to camp for amenities which were not satisfactory. - adamant
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Nice owners. This park is for sale due to ill health. Small park. Poor WiFi. Low water pressure. Gravel roads and sites somewhat level. We stayed here a week and paid $236.50 with escapees discount. - milodog
Jul 2014 - $25.00
The setting is wonderful and the camp hosts are first rate. The rest is disappointing. The entry is rough. The wifi is inconvenient at best. The restrooms/showers are cramped and dated. Apparently the owners/hosts cannot receive email for the park. Overall this park is in serious decline. Major maintenance is wanting. If you are self contained OK, the utilities are good. It is convenient to Taos and the area. One big plus is you are not packed in, without shade, like other parks in the area. There is some noise from Hwy 64 and more from the road on the west side of the park (in the day). - gumper
Jun 2013 - $30.00
We saw this RV park on our way to Angel Fire, NM. This is a very quaint park with gorgeous views. We enjoyed bird watching & seeing the elk graze in the pasture next to the park. Wonderful friendly camp hosts. We had a very peaceful and relaxing time. Wi-Fi worked great. Great place to stay. We were only able to camp here one night but we will most definitely return. - Happy RVers with 4 legged kids
Jun 2011 - $30.00
Don't go by the website. And good luck making reservations. Called the park 7 times, left 2 messages, and sent an email: got no reply. Park is very old and very rundown. Needs a LOT of care. Benches as well as fire rings were pretty much unusable. Sites not level. Sites were so close together we could not put out our awning without hitting the trailer slide out next to us. Power was pretty weak; breaker kept tripping even though we were not close to 30 amp. Water is good, and good pressure. No cell phone, Wi-Fi was very iffy. Air card did not work either. Setting was pretty and it could be a nice park, with a LOT of work. Even though it says big rig friendly, I would not agree. We will not stay here again. - Native Texan
Jul 2016 - $14.00
Beautiful scenery every direction. Good spacing between sites. Nice picnic table shelter providing much needed shade as there are no trees. Water fill station provided. No electric or sewer. Lake looked nice for boating and fishing. Our cellphones had no service (cricket/att). Had to go to Angel Fire to get free wi-fi at visitor center (10 miles). - molytung
Jun 2016 - $10.00
Very quiet campground, and all sites have a good view of lake or mountains. This is dry camping -- no hookups. However, water is available on site and a dump station ($15) is available at a nearby RV park.
Eagle Nest Lake is a clean lake that attracts mainly fishermen. However, the lake is very cold -- too cold for swimming or water skiing. - AspenTrailmama
Aug 2015 - $14.00
This is a great boondocking state park. Good views of the lake and surrounding mountains. All sites have a covered table and fire pit. Generally always a breeze blowing. If this park had a rv dump station i would rate it a 10. - TEXASBOY
Jun 2015 - $27.00
After boondocking for a week at the Eagle Nest Lake State Park (just across the fence from here) we needed a place to put our 36' MH & toad while we did wash, cleaned up, etc. The other commercial parks in the area were extremely expensive and one, you will pass it as you enter the State Park, is darn right dismal! West Lake is managed and priced as a 'hobby park' as the owner puts it...no restrooms or other stuff to clean-up. Some weeds, nothing special, your neighbor is close...but it is quiet, clean and functional. We spent 2 nights to get done what we had to and moved on. Many of the campers seemed to be fishermen who left early to drive the 1/4 mile to the lake and returned in the evening. Campsites are in a loop, many are not too level but you make your best pick; easy entrance and movement. - RVFRab
Jul 2008 - $20.00
Roads and sites are gravel but mostly level. Pull through sites face Eagle Lake. Boondocking sites available for $10 per night. Very friendly owner who occasionally hosts wiener roasts, pot lucks etc. Laundry facility and small rec. room open during business hours only. One of the best unknown gems in Eagle Lake and the cheapest! Monthly rate only $260 + electricity. A great place to stay for touring the Enchanted Circle and surrounding areas. - luv2cruise
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Our RV club enjoyed a 6 night rally here in June. Staff are all very friendly and accommodating. Sites are mostly level but are in some cases a bit more close than we prefer. Camp store is well equipped with necessities and gift items and campground has a weekly list of activities in which you can participate. There is an on-site chuckwagon serving breakfast and lunch items for sale. Bath and shower facilities are nice and well maintained. - G and G from ABQ
Dec 2015 - $38.00
We got to Eagle Nest after dark on Dec 30. We were headed to Angel Fire but decided not to take a chance on the road since they had received snow that day. We called ahead and the owner was waiting out front in the frigid temps to help direct us into the park. He helped us get situated in our campsite. We went inside where we met his wife. It was like meeting old friends. They were so nice and just wanted to help. They invited us to the New Year's Eve potluck social the next night. They also told us they would have pastries and coffee at 9 the next morning there in the store/common area. We went for coffee and met another nice couple that were from west of Denver. Super nice folks also.
Bruce suggested a scenic drive for the day. We decided to stay here instead of going to the Angel Fire campground.
We attended the social on New Year's Eve and met some nice people from the town. By the time we left, we felt like we were leaving family. If you need anything, all you have to do is ask. They will do their best to help.
We definitely plan to go back to see our friends.
patriciabmc. - patriciabmc
Oct 2014 - $26.00
Basic park. Right on highway so easy on/off access. Hookups were convenient. Very few trees so good line of sight for roof mounted satellite dish. Site was fairly level. - Bob & Jo
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Nice quiet park across the street from town. Wi-Fi worked good and good water pressure and electric was good. We stayed a month so price shows that. Not too close to other campers where we parked. Friendly owners. Lots are level. We would stay again. Have pot luck dinners once a week. Rate is based on monthly stay. - neilontheroad
Aug 2012 - $43.00
Thought this campground was overpriced. Great view of the lake, but very basic sites. Host was friendly and showed us to our site. Restrooms and laundry were very clean. - mike and laura
Jul 2009 - $34.00
What everyone else has said plus...Watch out for the bear! Don't leave anything out especially small dogs. Don't miss the Boardwalk Restaurant. White tablecloth first class dining. Great food. Closed Thursdays. One block west. I'll be back when I have more time. - Andy Asberry
Jun 2010 - $10.00
Was crowded as all State Parks are usually. The camp host was nice and showed us to our spot. We stayed 3 days and enjoyed this quiet, peaceful place, not too much noise. If you want to dry camp it is great. The phone service spotty, Wal-Mart phones won't work. In our spot we could not tune in Directv on account of the hills and trees, but some people could through the trees. Anyway a nice place to spend a couple of days. - firesafety552
Jul 2009 - $10.00
This park is best for anglers and hikers who don't mind dry camping. The scenery is majestic and the river is stocked with rainbow trout. Try to get a spot in Maverick Campground, which has shade and is next to the Gravel Pit Lakes fishing area. The other campgrounds (Ponderosa and Tolby) are just big parking lots. Wildlife is abundant: we saw skunk and a large bear which the ranger had to scare away. - amarillorvers