4 Parks near Grants, New Mexico
Oct 2015 - $19.00
Nothing fancy - no amenities - some weeds growing around property - but the price is right at $19 and for the money, it was a great three days! Office staff was nice. Train 0.5 miles away that you can hear a couple of times in the night, but it wasn't bad - hey, goods need to be transported, right? Easy in and out with long, level pull-thru sites. Great proximity to lots of national park units/properties and other Southwestern cultural sites; regional NPS Visitor Center just one exit away. Only one toilet/shower for each men/women + one handicap-accessible, but this is a small park so there was no waiting, and the shower was one of the best I've had in a long, long time! 2 w/d in a dated all-purpose room; fit for purpose but not the best. But again, for the money.... 40+ channels via cable. Their WiFi okay, but our Verizon hot spot worked great. We would stay here again. - Jolly Out There
Sep 2015 - $19.00
I arrived after hours. Signs stated full-hookup sites are $19.; after hours, pick an open site. All full-hookup sites were full. I selected a site with only electric and water. After I leveled, an employee came by and informed me that 50 amps would cost $2 extra. I did not need 50 amps so I plugged into 30 amps. My surge protecter tripped and indicated that 30 amp service had an open ground. The employee advised me the equipment was old and probably had a loose connection. He advised me to use the 50 amp service or move to another site. I plugged into the 50 amp receptacle and flipped the switch. The switch broke in my hand, cut my finger, and exposed the interior metal parts of the circuit breaker. Only one circuit of the 50 amp breaker worked. The employee advised that he would have the breaker repaired in the morning. - cdouglas
Aug 2015 - $19.00
We stopped here over night. Not a fancy park and 1st look you might think about going somewhere else. The internet worked so well and cable hookup provided many good tv stations. You are very close to your neighbors. This is a great park for one day to a week, not meant for long term if you like space. Train did not wake us. We will stay here again. - Judy0725
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a gravel park typical of Southwest. the sites are long somewhat close but no problem with slides. Easy in and out for big rigs. They will deliver dinner to your site, we did and it was excellent and very reasonable. It is a good park for overnight and viewing the area. We would stay again. - JDR
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Forget all the standard KOA Komplaints, this park is so different we have changed our travel plans to come back through after visiting family in AZ.
This is not a A-Frame KOA, don't know if that makes it old or new, but it is fresh and pleasant starting at check-in. Staff was very nice, couldn't do enough for us. Even a treat for our dog and free cookies for us. The camp store was well equipped with rv supplies as well as some groceries and souvenirs. Very attractive and interesting store.
All sites are pull-through of varying length, they will try to match you.
Utilities were good and easy hook-up. All roads and sites were gravel well packed and level. The sites are near but not terribly close. Wi-Fi was good, but slowed when the park filled. Cable tv was great. This is a small park with some trees and many plantings among rock landscaping. This area is literally high-and-dry. The park is attractive in a desert way, as is the area around it. The views of the hills surrounding Grants is really breathtaking.
There is an off leash dog enclosure, a long and very interesting walking path out away from the park, also tent sites, kabins, and a playground.
Well lit at night and coffee and donuts in the morning.
Bathrooms are dated but very adequate. They were small but clean and comfortable. All facilities in this park are neat as a pin cared for by a doting staff.
We liked this KOA very much maybe our favorite. We don't usually look for KOA's but this one is different. - Jack B
Jul 2015 - $36.00
We have traveled extensively, initially in a motor home, full time, for nine years and now in a 20' travel trailer just in summers. We generally find KOAs to be over priced and not as consistent as we would like. However, this park is the best we have stayed in, bar none. We started off with a pleasant surprise when they gave us a "small rig discount." A reasonable discount, but the first time we have experienced it at a KOA. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They offered dinners you could order, made on site in a commercial kitchen and delivered to your rig. Our last experience was a very nice continental breakfast served daily at no charge! Even though we didn't use the bathrooms, we did use the laundry and it was clean and functional. Overall, a very pleasant experience. - User3667
Mar 2013 - $10.00
Small, first come first serve Bureau of Land Management (BLM) CG. Convenient to explore this fascinating region of NM. Recently renovated with shade structures and grills. Some nice views. Vault toilets only. No water or dump, if I recall. Quiet. Clean. Would not bring a 40 ft A in here, can be tight. - rvrover63
Aug 2011 - $1.00
A free BLM campground about 10.8 miles S from I-40 exit# 89. Once you pass the well marked "Sandstone Bluffs Overlook" look for the yellow cattle guard on the left and turn in there. There is a small sign marking the CG. Nice new concrete vault toilets and newly upgraded picnic tables with very nice shade covers. Some sites have good view to the west over the lava beds. There is a steep dip about 50 yards from the entrance which long rigs (40') or rigs with long overhangs (12' or more) behind the rear wheels may scrape entering & leaving. No water, elect or sewer. Good quiet place to stop overnight or camp while exploring "El Malpais Nat. Conservation Area". - A-S_Travels
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Nice big lighted sign, nice newer office and lounge building as yet unfinished leads you into a dump of a campground. Advertise cable but I was told I would have to share the connection with a neighbor. With only one plug to connect to I wondered how. Take turns for an hour at a time? Several really old small travel trailers parked there with junk all around them. Crowded sites. Many permanent rigs. Not a place I would return to. - GOTTOYS
Oct 2013 - $1.00
We tried to contact this park for two days. No one answered the phone or returned our calls. The phone number is answered by a generic voice mail that does not even confirm that you are contacting the RV park. We pulled into the campground a little after 1PM in the afternoon. Office was closed, self checkin box empty, sign in the window to call the same number we had been calling for two days. There were two other RVs in front of the office waiting for return calls. We left and moved on down the road to a park that answered their phone. - trailertraveler
Oct 2013 - $20.00
We used this as a one night stop on our way across New Mexico. This is a small basic RV park located right off an exit of I-40 in Grants. Park has gravel sites which were fairly level and provide ample room. Sites are close together with no privacy. Restrooms are newly remodeled and clean. Park looks tidy and the long term campers maintain their trailer and sites. The price is for an upgraded pull through site with full hookups and basic cable. Wi-Fi service was good. Price and location were good. - linnemj