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1 RV Park near Datil, New Mexico
May 2018 - $3.00
$2.50 with the Federal Senior Pass. No electricity, no sewer and no dump. About a quarter of a mile off the highway along a good gravel road. Many sites are not very level. Gravel pads all of good length including some that can accommodate the biggest rigs (although probably not too level). There are many vault toilets and water spigots. The toilets are exceptionally clean. Sites are among piñon pines. The air was crisp and clean in mid-May. There are a few short trails that start at the campground. I will definitely visit again on a trip out west. - Teardrop11
Feb 2018 - $5.00
We spent one night here to go visit the Very Large Array. In February, there were very few people in the campground, so we had a lot of choices for sites. We selected a couple of pull-thrus that looked promising, but upon trying to get into them discovered that centrally placed trees and slanted pavement were going to make it nearly impossible for us to fit. (Our 5er is 33 feet, not huge by fifth wheel standards.) We decided a back in site would suit us better after a close call with limbs in a pull-thru; it did. There are no hook-ups, but there is plenty of quiet and dark skies. We enjoyed our night there and the Very Large Array. We'd certainly stay again if in the area. It was beautiful camping. - ppalmer21
Jun 2017 - $3.00
This is a very good overnight spot to camp. Most sites are pull through. However there is no cell coverage for the entire length of Highway 60 across New Mexico. So if that is an issue, this is not your place to stay. I use it because it is a convenient place to stop. There is wi fi in the little hut at the entrance, but I couldn't get it to work on my cell phone. They have a nice little book exchange in the hut. It is a very convenient place to stop and the cafe in Datil is quite good. - Corno1