1 RV Park near Capulin, New Mexico
Apr 2017 - $29.00
The owners of the park were excellent. We were here early in the season so there was plenty of room. Only 2 other campers at the same time. We had a site that was a back in but the owner let us pull in and drive our truck over the grass. Worked well. He also gave us the site next to us to park our truck. We only stayed one night instead of the planned 2 because a snow storm was coming. They gave us a credit for the 2nd night which was very nice of them. We found it very quiet and the town cute. Only 3 miles from Capulin Volcano but drive carefully as cattle are free range and are on the roads. - John Borajkiewicz
Sep 2016 - $15.00
It is located behind a family's house and you drive in by the house to get to it. The whole park is covered by a large form of crushed stone and quite thick. This means if you use a walker or powered cart it can be a little tough to get around. Your dog might not like it also. The set up is easy for small rigs but a big rig with a car may have an interesting path to get to your site. We had to go through a site and take a left go down the line and take another left and come back up to our site. It was do able but just interesting. Leaving was easy the next day as we were pointed in the direction of the exit. I would stay again. - peddy dick
Sep 2016 - $15.00
This is the one and only RV park near Capulin Volcano National Monument. It is good for a quiet overnight stay either before or after visiting the national monument, which is three miles to the north of town.
The listed amenities are sufficient and the sites are wide enough. The WiFi is extremely poor, minimal range, and I suspect there is just a simple WiFi extender. We found the highway noise to be minimal at night, and the town is rather quiet except for a few distant barking dogs. Verizon 4g works well here. We were not able to connect with Dish due to a row of trees. During our stay the owners were present, most of the time, and they take considerable pride in the upkeep of their RV Park. We stayed here in Motorhome. - James Barr