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5 RV Parks near Estancia, New Mexico
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Estancia. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Estancia in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $19.00
Small campground located right off I 40. Owners have taken over this park 6 months ago. Check in was easy, very friendly and welcoming owners. The campground is not much to look at, dusty dirt road, tight gravel sites. Hookups were good, WiFi, laundry room, and restrooms with showers available. There are no picnic tables or fire pits at your site but there are some tables in the middle of the campground. Good for an overnight stay. - mohocamper
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Called on day of arrival asking for site for one night. Mgr said "nothing available, all full due to Balloon Fiesta". Ask if he could dry camp us somewhere. He said "come on in, I'll find you something". When we arrived he checked his bookings did some juggling and found us a full h/u site. He went out of his way to find us a suitable site. He was very friendly and proud of his campground. He ask my wife to inspect the ladies room/shower and laundry to which she found to be very clean. New power pedestals with clean power, good water and easy sewer connections. OK departure we thanked him again and promised a good review. He says when you can or come by "ask for the fat man". - ov1to
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Park is located not too far off I-40, near fuel, restaurants and shopping. We had a pull thru that was long, but narrow, (couldn't put awning out) and level. Utilities worked well and sky was satellite friendly. The manager was excellent, very friendly and he made sure that all was well after we got set up, great service! - ronboett
Nov 2018 - $35.00
Staff was friendly efficient. This is a campground to use as a base to visit the local Nation Monument. Located right off the road, but little to no road noise. What we did experience was the Railroad noise. There were times 4 to 5 long trains would pass through late at night. So if you're a lite sleeper be prepared. But, the WiFI was fast and always up. Restrooms were a little outdated but clean. We found this was a great location to explore the local ruins and area. - WalterL
Oct 2018 - $27.00
Overall this park needs work. Our power, sewer and water worked fine, however, they are located at the back of the site. Our site was level and big enough to park our toad. The trains run all day and night but did not blow their whistle. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Apr 2018 - $27.00
This park needs a good deal of work, the electrical went out a dozen times per day. We were offered a different site. The park is OK if you enjoy trains, we estimate one train per hour around the clock. We would not stay here again because of the noise. Convenient to the Salinas Pueblos. - Bertha-3
May 2018 - $4.00
Beautiful small campground nested in the mountains. Limited campsites with electric, NO WATER at site, picnic tables are placed oddly - not convenient to site unless you pull in forward on sites. Beautiful walking trail loops marked with interesting sites. - DonBarbH
Mar 2018 - $4.00
What an amazing place! Nice, easy and well marked hiking trails (though at 7,200' you'll need to pace yourself). I had the place to myself (other than camp hosts) for a few nights. The trees really make it feel very private even when you do have neighbors. Incredibly peaceful, will definitely be returning here! Downsides: It's very dusty. Back of rig and towed unit were solid red from dust on the road. You don't have great views from the campground because of trees. It's a long way from anywhere. An hour to get to Moriarity on I-40 or an hour and a half back to Socorro on I-25. The last 3-4 miles of the road in are not for the faint of heart if you're driving a big rig (see details) - The Old Fart
Jul 2016 - $14.00
16 developed sites with picnic tables (some with lean-to), fire ring, BBQ grill, half with power. Some can be reserved (ReserveAmerica with service charges). About 30 undeveloped and group sites. Staff keeps CG very clean. Nicely maintained garden outside office with bird feeders. Great cell service, no WiFi. One bathroom / office building has M&F sides with flush toilets, cold water sinks. Can be overcrowded with group camping. Well-marked & maintained hiking trails around CG, with gate access to Cibola Natl Forest hiking trails. Very busy weekends & holidays.
NM state annual park pass available, then campsites are free, electric $4.00 / night.
Hot & dry conditions during July 2016, Stage 2 Fire Restrictions due to continued drought & nearby Dog Head fire. - dave3114
Nov 2018 - $40.00
This campground is perfect for a one night stay. The staff is very friendly. Bare minimal sites but accommodates rig and tow with no problem. Near a town for a bite to eat. Would return if in the area. Our site was very muddy with patches of snow and ice. - NPC
Sep 2018 - $49.00
No trees, no picnic tables, seemingly lots of long termers, no cable l, nothing to encourage you to sit outside (own chairs) or cook outside (provide own table for setting grill on). Strictly a 1-night pull through place. Site not very level but hook-ups are fine. - Uwe
Oct 2017 - $35.00
First Impression: CG is one, big, downhill. Sites are either on level steppes or they're tilted. East side showing expansion work. Safety: No concerns. Access: I-40, Exit 187, head south to traffic light at Route 66, turn left, about ¼ mile to CG. Municipal road in good condition, fair signage, Garmin GPS is accurate. Office: Looks like a derelict building. Didn't have to go in - owner came to me. Credit cards accepted. Online reservations not available. No price discounts. Facilities: No pool, spa, fitness room or rec center. Small, clean laundry area next to restrooms. Two, gender-neutral restrooms with PAY showers ($4 for 12 minutes - quarters only and no change machine), modern, clean, no mold, hot water with good pressure (score "A"). No propane sales. No playground. No off-leash dog run. Campground: Not in a flood plain. No storm shelter. Few trees. Interior roads are wide dirt/gravel in fair condition with gentle turns and no overhead obstacles. Big rig and long coach friendly. Prevosts shouldn't have problems. No tent area, yurts, or cabins. Sites are all nearby, sufficiently level but not necessarily flat, dirt/gravel, pull-through and back-in, desert landscaping under development by new owners. Utility locations are all over the place. Electric (20/30/50) and water in middle with sewer way-out-back; metered for long term. Adequate water pressure but with a strange (unknown) taste. Sewer pipe is 4" unthreaded, at ground level. No patios, no picnic tables. Fires not permitted; no fire rings. Good satellite views. No cable TV. Free Wi-Fi with excellent coverage and bandwidth. Verizon phone at 4 bars; 4G at 3 bars. No recycle bins. Noise: No railroad, aircraft, or local traffic, but CG is adjacent to the interstate. Bug Report (mid October): small black ants. Runners: CG roads poor for running. Yoga: no good place to put your mat. Conclusion: Score 5-Acceptable, IMO overpriced. - StephenK