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2 RV Parks near Glenwood, New Mexico
May 2018 - $50.00
Great, small secured park with wonderful hot springs to soak in. 1 mile dirt road to get in but not bad at all. Owner is a very nice lady and makes sure you have everything you need. We will be back! - Greg and Brenda
Jun 2017 - $45.00
This is a quiet park for people who love night skies and soaking in the private hot springs after a day hiking, or just hummingbird watching. It's absolutely safe and secure, with a gate. The owner is friendly, hospitable, and helpful. If you're lucky, you'll get a glimpse of the big horns that love it here too! - Julia Bram
May 2017 - $45.00
Not quite boondocking but as close as you can get while still having access to 50/30 amp electric (it is actually 50 amp so you may need an adapter to go to 30 amp), sewer, and water as well as two great bathrooms with large showers. Laundry facilities are available also. Pull-through sites are 100 feet long and 22 feet wide. They are also quite level so we rolled into a very tolerable ¼ bubble situation. Check out is cash or check ONLY. Self check out is done at the little office building near the path to the hot springs. (I overlooked that part thinking I had given her a CC when I made the reservation and she would charge the card. Had to mail her a check. But, it clearly states on her website, it is cash or check at check out.) I strongly recommend thoroughly going through the web site for Sundial Springs. - JeffIn505
Apr 2018 - $20.00
This is a very laid back park with self registration for a few RV spots and a few cabins. We were not looking for much more than a place to stay for a couple of nights to explore the area and the cost was ideal for 50A, full hookups. It did take us a few minutes to position the rig since the 3 slots with a small patio are VERY tight, so slide out management is important - we ended up not extending a slide - just wasn't enough room. VERY VERY quiet area and we saw deer, horses, burros, javelinas. I would definitely stay here again. You will need to wipe your feet carefully and watch your dog's feet as the stickers are abundant - we were pulling them out of her paws and our shoes. The campground pooch is named "Cutie" and she would sleep under our RV, quickly popping out whenever our door opened for ear scratches and milk bones. - cherib
Apr 2017 - $20.00
Small RV park and 6-7 cabins on a sm ranch on Catwalk Rd. Owner is a very nice lady. 6 Pull-thru sites, (2 full-timers) full hook-ups, 5 with shaded cement patio, BBQ on post, table and chairs. 2 Bathrooms w showers, didn't use them. Self serve Kiosk, cash or check, pick your site. Nice view of Mogollon Mtns., pretty sunsets on the mountains. Would stay here again. - Roaming Roads and Rivers
Jun 2016 - $65.00
Southern hospitality at it finest describes the owner. We stayed in one of her cabins and it was all you could ask for, clean and well kept. It was well worth the price ($65 a night). The hookups for RVs each looked spacious and well designed. We will most definitely be staying here again. - DBrewer254