17 RV Parks near Caballo, New Mexico
May 2017 - $15.00
Refer to Caballo Lake RV Park. Name Change But Still A Great Park. - az-landshark
Mar 2014 - $18.00
What a well kept secret! The park looks out over BLM land and Caballo Lake. There are lots of shade trees, excellent laundry, good Wi-Fi and several antenna TV stations. The store has a respectable supply of groceries and necessities and they fill propane tanks. A very quiet park in spite of being close to the Interstate. We heard no traffic noise. A great place to camp and explore the area. We will be back. - Jan and Larry
Dec 2010 - $20.00
This park is nice. The owner has rules on certain dog breeds. The park offers food, gas and propane. - Letha
May 2017 - $15.00
Caballo Lake Park is cool. This park is just what a serious RV'r looks for. Clean, big sites, no bathrooms/showers and a great camp host/owner. The price is just a bonus. One night, 50 amp, $19.75. Just off the Interstate but didn't hear a thing. The owner lady puts on a Happy Hour at 4:30. Bring your own and she does up some snackies. - az-landshark
May 2017 - $15.00
This is a hidden jewel of a park that is immaculate. Owner has a cocktail hour every night! She furnishes snacks. No amenities and it's a long hike to the lake. Great dog run. But for an over night stop or a few days R & R, it can't be beat. - Trek Across America
May 2017 - $15.00
This park was perfect for our needs. It is flat, very clean and well landscaped for a desert park, with full hook-ups, spacious sites and picnic tables. The owner holds a "happy hour" every afternoon for those inclined to socialize. She is efficient and friendly and works hard to maintain this charming park. Lack of toilets and showers is a non-issue for RVs, but eliminates tent campers. There are no activities for children so the park was quiet. There is a nice dog park with exercise equipment, but they are strict about cleaning up after pets, so it too is clean. We stayed there in a MH. In addition to the $15 nightly fee, our electric bill for 2 nights was $5. The park backs up to Caballo Lake State Park which provides hiking, fishing and boating opportunities. The mountain views were stunning. - Ramblin' Duo
Sep 2014 - $27.00
If you're looking for a resort, don't stay here. If you're looking for a safe place to stop, clean restrooms and a reasonable price, this is it. Minimal shade, New Mexico gravel everywhere, but great location right in the town. Will stay here again. - ldukeb
Oct 2013 - $30.00
Easy overnight stop heading south on I-25. Good pull through and helpful owner. We'd stop again if passing by. Small basic park, so don't expect frills. - gardener
Jul 2013 - $35.00
This is a small but quite nice park that appeared well maintained. There are a few permanent residents as there are with most parks this size. We were a little worried that our 36' RV would not fit but, they had a spot that was easy to get in and out of. I was quite surprised when the owner/manager came out to guide us in. Before I knew it, he had provided a water hose, sewer hose support and hooked up the cable TV. The restrooms/showers were very clean and well maintained. My only complaint was that the site we were put only had 30A power. Other sites may have had 50A service but, ours didn't. I would recommend this campground to anyone staying at or passing through the Truth or Consequences/Williamsburg area. - Clayhammer
May 2017 - $24.00
Rate we paid was $170/week for FHU 50-amp. It was HOT HOT HOT when we stayed at RJ RV Park and the electric was excellent: voltage never dropped below 118 VAC. Owner recently upgraded underground electric cable and I could tell the difference! Our site #28 was a long pull-thru that had a nice concrete patio. We had excellent WiFi (no extra charge). Some sites have cable TV, but our site did not. Very nice neighbors: year round residents, most of which are retirees and veterans.
Great location, I-25, exit 75, go 1.3 miles on Broadway and RV Park is on the left. Look for big yellow sign. Larger RV's best suited for "on top of the hill" - very long pull-thru sites can accommodate any size RV. Easy in & out. Exit on top of the hill has no dips & exits onto paved city street. A right turn will take you back to I-25. Don't turn left as there is a concrete divider and will take you to a busy downtown area. On site managers very friendly and helpful. Pet friendly - RV park has a pet walk area. We will definately stay here again! - TravelnSteve
May 2017 - $29.00
Stayed here one night. Park is very basic. Surface was a combination of dirt and gravel...don't go with a clean RV. Manager was very nice and directed us to our electric pole. The only trash can is at the entrance which can be a hike. With two dogs, I took them to the dog walk trail which was littered with poops. Recommend Latitude 33 for dinner....very good. - LarryLS
Jun 2016 - $27.00
Stayed overnight. We were lead to a level site in the back of the park. Good hook-ups. WiFi was OK. Very friendly and helpful staff. - DickO
Oct 2012 - $10.00
As the previous reviewer stated the Park itself is not a destination. The Park is older, yet has a small hardware store and a laundromat and a bottomless coffee pot in a 'Rec-room'. Hatch, (Chili Capitol of the World), is 20 miles South and Truth or Consequences is 20 miles North. Cabillo Lake is only a mile and a quarter away, Elephant Butte is 24 miles North. Quite a few folks stop here to prospect of gold and other minerals in the Cabillo Mountains. The owner's even have a claim that they allow guests to hunt upon. Is excellent Winter Quarters for some and year round for some others. - hank h
Nov 2009 - $10.00
New Mexico is filled with wonderful places to explore. This tiny park is central to Southern New Mexico and close to White Sands National Park, the Sacramento Mountains, Caballo Reservoir, Indian ruins, the new space port, Truth or Consequences and more. The park itself is definitely not a destination. The majority of the park is filled with long-term residents. A separate area in the front is for over nighters. The laundry room is spacious and clean. There are no restrooms or showers. Internet is strong, but local TV channels are non-existent. Each site has a covered ramada with picnic table. Don't come here for the amenities; come for the low rates and convenience to other state activities. - rfmscat
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Nice park setting on a hillside overlooking city. Nice staff. Tight turns getting into park and if you are on upper level, there is a steep hill. Showers are on the lower level so if you don't want to walk back up the steep hill, you will need to drive. Would stay here again if in the area. - Diplomat 07
Sep 2016 - $27.00
I stayed on the top tier (of three) in a 45 foot motor home with a beautiful view of the city and plenty of room to spare. My site was a pull-thru. Staff was wonderful. I would not hesitate to stay here again - WGeorge
Jul 2016 - $15.00
This is a very good RV park to stay at. The owners are very nice people. I really enjoyed my stay. Restrooms are very clean. Wash room was very clean and washers are up to date washers. Nice little office and rest area inside. Very nice view at night time. Great for a relaxing night with your honey. Overall I would definitely recommend this RV park to anyone who is just looking for a one night, one week stay or even a month. - christina31
Jan 2017 - $14.00
Easy access for any size rig. Area is clean if dated, bathroom were clean when we were here although the showers are push button so you have to keep hitting the button. Looks like some sites are taken by old run down campers but we had no issues with anyone. It's okay for a night. some sites have power and water, only #1 has full hookups. - padlin00
Aug 2016 - $4.00
This is another New Mexico State Park gradually showing signs of neglect. The staff, when present if at all, are getting lazy. The 15 reservation sites were empty each night and the online reservation web site clearly indicated all 15 sites to be available for one night at a time. Yet the staff fails to flip over the site's reservation marker.
Just the same we stayed over night in one of the reservation sites. This becomes a necessity because rift raft types hang out for extended periods in the south part of the loop. Campground roads are mostly dirt and become muddy following a rain. Many of the cottonwoods and pine trees have died. Plenty of trash gets littered by people who are fishing and most of the trash looks like it been in place for months.
Staff likes to hang-out in some sort of utility room at the restroom. They do this instead of opening up the visitor center and office. Despite the short comings, this is a great place to bird watch and to enjoy the sounds of the Rio Grande. There is no sewage dump station available here. - James Barr
Apr 2013 - $14.00
Beautiful shaded sites. Although the campground is on the Rio Grande River, this section of the river was almost dry when we were there. Lots of birds to see, though. - morsev
Apr 2017 - $8.00
Great park over all. We camped in the downriver campground. Very quiet. Close to Truth or Consequences for Walmart. Park ranger presence is visible daily. Camp host in each campground to check you in in you have a reservation. Would definitely stay here again. - jprisbe
Jul 2016 - $14.00
Super nice state park. Clean, well-kept, new trees planted. Sites are large and nicely spaced. Some sites are considerably longer than others, but we still were able to leave our tow car connected to a 38' Class A and didn't have to unhitch.
Nice lake and mountain views, and very relaxing. - ziaptrn
Jun 2016 - $14.00
Nice camp with a short walk to the lake. Kid friendly and lots of family. - Edd505
Mar 2017 - $60.00
Only 6 campsites and extremely tight. Right across the street from hot springs. Springs are fabulous and worth getting the private soak. Another plus you can bring your dog, they say 20 lbs. but we did the private with our 55 pounder. Very peaceful and quiet, nights are pretty with all the lights. You can walk to a few restaurants in town and a park to run your dog. Stayed for 2 nights, no cable but we picked up 17 stations. Definitely will go back. - Maverick13
Dec 2016 - $55.00
The RV area is nothing special, a small dirt lot with 6 spaces, mostly filled with work campers. It is well worth not having a fancy RV area for their other accomodations. Great clean bathroom with nice shower, huge variety of hot spring tubs with different temperatures, sana, hanmocks, grill area, private hot tubs for are an are additional fee. The staff was friendly and we'll trained. I will definetly be back if I am ever in the area again. - BrittanyFenn
May 2016 - $50.00
It has been 5 years since we last visited this terrific soaking spot along the Rio Grande. Much improved as the owner continues to add amenities to the site. The RV park is directly across the road with convenient access to brand-new bathrooms for men, women, family.
The owner is preparing for the Hot Springs Festival this coming weekend; three newly added soaking pools, including a larger one that's ADA compliant for wheelchairs access, plus a sauna. All the designs are southwestern and quite beautiful. A resident artist is adding paintings and murals that fit nicely in the setting. Other artwork and fountains add value.
And the ambiance is peaceful, with a 'whisper-only' zone around the pools, while the evening lighting is subdued.
Fast WiFi at the site, too.
What's not to like?! - SouthYubaBill