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3 RV Parks near Gila Hot Springs, New Mexico
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Remote and rustic! Beautiful amazing views. Tough to get there with a big RV (we have 31ft) since the road is in the mountains. They have a nice gift shop with WiFi, homemade delicious ice cream, some food, ice, regular gas and air. No cell reception!!!!
It's amazingly beautiful and truly quite, everyone around were very friendly and we felt like we spent a year with them event though we were only 4 nights. We will definitely go back. - MikeMayNaama
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This place was incredible and the hotsprings are perfect temperature. The river flows right down the hill and supplies a beautiful sound to fall asleep too. There was plenty of room to enjoy the springs in peace and camp in an amazng location with real hot springs steps from the campground. There are 3 springs and you will love them all. - Travelerzzz
Jan 2015 - $20.00
Level sites situated one behind the other; Restrooms/Showers were not as clean as one would expect; horses wander through the campground at night. - LabProwler
Apr 2018 - $15.00
Nice quiet National Forest campground overlooking Lake Roberts with some water and electric hookups. There is a dump station. The host was very helpful and gave us information about the Gila Cave Dwellings National Monument nearby. The surrounding area is heavily forested and there was a prescribed burn taking place which caused smoke in the campground when we were there. There is a path down to the lake from the campground. - MkvCjv
Apr 2011 - $10.00
Really loved this campground. As others have said the road getting up here (Hwy 35) can be windy, narrow and bumpy but the campground itself is very spacious and big-rig friendly (we're 40-foot and had plenty of room to spare). There are actually 2 campgrounds within 1 mile of each other around Lake Roberts: the lower one is called Upper End and is on level w/ the lake, but no views of it. The upper one is Mesa and is overlooking the lake (and some sites have views of the lake). Sites are large, flat paved with lots of space and separation, picnic table, grill and fire-pit. There's a selection of electric and non-hookup. No showers, but flush toilets are on-site. DUMP station available at Mesa Campground. Lots of nearby hiking and a good base to explore Gila Forest and the Cliff Dwellings. It's almost totally empty during the week, but fills up on the week-end. Overall we loved the place and would definitely come back. (NOTE: NO Verizon coverage here, nor further up at Gila Cliff Dwellings) - nina_70
Aug 2009 - $15.00
A great campground. Several things to consider. The very windy, narrow roads can be tough to navigate to get to the campground. Remember: there are no pull-through sites with hookups, and there are no showers! Also, the summer months are very overcrowded and can be pretty noisy. The weekends are busy. The weekdays are best from September to early December, and February to early May. - andy101usa
Apr 2013 - $15.00
We stayed here for 4 nights. It is a large level gravel parking lot with full hookups and lots of room. Verizon and Mifi work great. Lodge has Wifi inside. Good views and is close to Silver City and other sights. You must be an Elks member to camp here. We paid $15 a night. No cable, but were able to use our air antenna for 1 station we picked up. - margeandbob