21 RV Parks near Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico
Jun 2017 - $32.00
This park is part of the casino, golf course, and lake facility of this Indian reservation. The RV park seems run down and very low on priority for the tribe. Near by are several small lakes that allow fishing and have a number of people fishing there. The area in general seemed dirty and trashy although there were employees cleaning up the area. Power was good and water OK. Sewer connection WAY back to the rear on the sites, so extra length hoses are needed. Shuttle to the casino with phone call. - oretortuga
Apr 2017 - $33.00
Associated with the Islata Casino and has a shuttle to the casino. Dirt and gravel roads that are very dusty, and sites that are set at such an angle that we stepped out our door right at our neighbors sewer. They have very nice little pavilions at each site for the picnic table, which because of the angle of the sites is far forward on the site. There was a lot of day traffic for the fishing lakes and it got very crowded on the weekend. When we came back to the park during the day on Sunday we had to wait in a long line to get in, and then they sent us on a very circuitous route through the park to get to our site because they make all the traffic go one way when the park is crowded. They could have easily let us drive directly to our site without causing any problems with traffic flow. We have stayed at other "casino RV parks" and this one is not nearly as nice. It is more like the campground at a state park. It wasn't terrible, but not what we expected either. - Peglegtraveler
Apr 2017 - $18.00
This used to be one of our favorite parks in the Albuquerque area. Had not been here for almost 3 years as we have been traveling extensively during this time. We arrived to find that they have now removed all of the grass in the park and replaced it either with gravel or just let it go to dirt. Many of the trees at the sites are now dead so realize that park maintenance no longer exists. The nearby golf course now receives all the water and care. Where gravel has been placed at sites, weeds are virtually taking over. Amazing to us that this place has the potential to take the number one spot in rv parks in the area but apparently that is not a priority. The price shown is based on a monthly rate which we decided to pay rather than stay a week at over $200.00. Once we arrived at our site we realized we should have just booked an overnight stay and gone elsewhere. We will never return to Isleta Lakes nor the Isleta Casino so they lose twice. - FulltimersTX
Oct 2011 - $10.00
This is a MH park, thus you are surrounded by Mobile Homes. The sites are large and level, the owner/manager is very nice. This is just off of Hwy 47, 2 miles south of all the shopping you could ask for. Only 25 miles south of Albuquerque. I didn't put in the nightly rate because I'm paying $275.00 + electric per month. 50 amp sites have to be developed by owner, so far we are the first to find this park. Neighbors are very nice. - Ingsky
Mar 2016 - $27.00
The staff was helpful and pleasant. The NEW owner even stopped by visit the first evening. He said that he is working hard to remodel and asked what we felt he should work on next.
I would certainly stay here again. It is near some shopping and things to see.
The best thing about this park is that it is QUIET. A couple of dogs were around us, but they did not misbehaved or become troublesome.
The first visual impression as you drive in could be better. The site was spacious. All the hookups worked and our personal internet and DirecTV reception were good.
The dog walk area needs improvement. - LMF
Oct 2014 - $48.00
This park is very poorly maintained with many permanent residents living there. The pull thru sites are not level and my coach strained to get level. Stepping outside your coach you will encounter a field of thorns which will stick to your shoes until you return to your coach where they will transfer to your carpet. I made the mistake of passing through during balloon week, hence the outrageous $48.00 charge. Next time I will drive another hour and skip this place altogether. - Beaver 43
Jul 2010 - $23.00
Save your money and go elsewhere. Checkin person was very helpful but the overall condition of the place is deplorable. - jc2
Jul 2017 - $28.00
They just changed WIFI provider and this one is very hard to log on to, then there is no bandwidth. Coupled with Air TV, I think next time we will try one of the Casinos at $18-19 per night. This is a downgrade from our last stay. - Sir_Charles395
Jun 2017 - $31.00
We only stayed one night but it was a nice place to stop over and visit Albuquerque. Clean restrooms and showers. Site surface was gravel with a sunny/open exposure. - SPK
Jun 2017 - $29.00
very clean park with good pull thru areas, dog runs that were actually clean, and overall a good place to spend the night. We went to dinner with some friends and found it to be convenient to the "big city". Also, it is very close to a filling station to either fuel up before camping or upon departure. We had neighbors on both sides but didn't feel cramped. There was room for slides and awnings and space left over. - k-n-r
Jul 2017 - $38.00
We have stayed here before. Easy on and off 1-40. Prefer the newer area as sites are not so close together, but no shade or trees and closer to the freeway. Very nice check in staff. Many full timers and older rigs. Many extra cars parked near sites..drive slow in the park. - Oooooooo
Jul 2017 - $46.00
We stayed in the new "big rig" section, which wasn't built the last time we were there, and it was very well done. Level, plenty of room for slides and awnings, great drivability, very nice and welcome reception, and helpful guide to our space. So, you would think that the "new owners" who bought the place a year ago, would have the where with all to put in a useable wi-fi. What a shame, in an otherwise '10' to not have anything close to useable. - EssexBob
Jul 2017 - $41.00
We have stayed here several times and they have not disappointed us. The newer pull-thru lots on the east side are long, level and have nice concrete pads. All utilities are good. Nice escort to your site and friendly office. They even have a gift shop. Lots of grass around the park and everything looked in perfect condition to me. I did not see any weeds as previously noted. Definitely a good location to visit Albuquerque. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2017 - $18.00
Good flat sites, helped contact repair svs for us. Retro 50's trailers also for rent. Big pool. Many shaded sites. Some road noise from US 40. - Bob Kelley
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Nice park, right off of interstate with some trees (rare for this part of Albuquerque). Clubhouse is a little dated but has a great retro feel to it and bathrooms and laundry room were OK. Easy enough pull-through site, but we were facing neighbors and our awnings touched so we decided to move down the road to another RV park for the remaining 3 days of our stay. - Steve Fernandes
Jun 2017 - $22.00
We had a little trouble getting into our space because we were towing a car on a dolly and couldn't make the turn to go into our space in the direction we were instructed to face. We pulled in the other way and it was fine. There's little shade in the campground and not much to look at. They have some vintage trailers in the front spaces which are fun. - Pull Toy
Jan 2017 - $18.00
The camp host after hours was by far the best person to deal with at this facility. She had superb customer skills. The FAMCAMP itself is okay at best, and could use some serious updating and maintenance. The newer sites are poorly designed--get broadside winds. Signage is poor and the park is not set up well for check-in. Trees are in serious need of trimming, the sites are not well maintained, and the older ones can be difficult to navigate. NOTE: Don't go down the back road by the dog park unless you see empty sites, or you may have to disconnect to get back out! Strongly recommend staying in the newer area gravel sites if you have pets. Please just pick up after them. Lots of folks let pets do business in the weeds on the far end of the newer sites--which is the direction the winds usually come from (airborne fecal matter). I do not recommend staying here during windy periods--anytime, but particularly in spring, fall, and the rainy season. It's close to the mouth of the canyon and gets very serious winds of well over 50 MPH. A majority of the sites get broadside winds. The older sites on the opposite end from the new section are popular because they have more space, grass (lots of stickers though), and trees--and less wind. However, you'll need a power cord extension for about half of those sites since the hookup is on the oposite side from the water and sewer, and far away. I've stayed here only once, during Balloon Fiesta 2016, and in my opinion this campground is not a good option as they do not take reservations. I was lucky that I was here early enough to get a site, but won't the take the risk again since all the other campgrounds are full at that time. A lot of people were turned away and did not get a site with hookups. Do yourself a favor and make reservations somewhere. - AMMOChief
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Few sites with trees and concrete pads. They all seem to be taken by long-term folks. Had to park in 'new' area which is gravel and has no shade. No WIFI while we were here. Weeds starting to get an upper hand on the staff: especially the goat-heads. (A unique sticker/weed that punctures bicycle tires, and when you get one in your foot or hand, itches like mad for a long time afterwards.) In any case, toilets, laundry room were clean. Staff was Very friendly and helpful. Has propane for sale during week, none on weekends. - skypilot
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Military only Family Camping aka Famcamp. Enter at Eubanks gate for easy access to the Famcamp. Many long term campers but still plenty of room for first come, first serve.
Several sites need trimming of low branches for easier access. Part of Famcamp is treeless for those who prefer that. Some pull thrus require driving over a curb to exit, something we chose not to do. Very helpful office staff.
Famcamp is in serious need of landscape maintenance. Trimming lower branches will allow trees to gain height for pleasant shade instead of bush like height. Recent stay at Air Force Academy Famcamp was exemplary in comparison. - SemperParatus
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We stayed at El Rancho RV & Mobile Home Park for 4 nights while we were in Albuquerque visiting friends & family. NOTE--the entrance is on Zuni.
We had a nice site with water, sewer & 30 amp power & we did not have a problem getting our 27' trailer backed in. The park itself was quiet, clean & the residents were cordial. Wyoming is a main street that had a lot of traffic on Friday & Saturday nights but was otherwise fine.
We found the location to be very convenient for restaurants, the downtown RailRunner station & a nearby dog park that was really nice. We felt that we received good value and convenience & will return to El Rancho on our next visit to Albuquerque. - dawnbmoore
May 2014 - $30.00
We picked this park due to its location close to town and the mountains. The neighborhood isn't the best; we knew that going in, but were disappointed when the manager suggested that we not walk our dogs in the neighborhood. He reassured us that the park was safe with one entrance/exit that is monitored. As a prior military guy who lives on site with his wife and family, I believed him. We felt very safe, and after investigating moving, we decided that the dogs could sacrifice their usual long morning walks since this place was so convenient and the price was reasonable. The manager was super nice. He asked us to call when we were close so that he could greet us and guide us right to our spot. He gave us recommendations for restaurants, laundry and sights based on our interest. He gave us a business card so that we could call him if we needed advice. The park was very quiet and other residents were friendly. We walked our dogs around the park in the mornings and several residents came out to say hi...to our dogs and one even gave them treats. Note: the address is Wyoming, but the entrance is on Zuni! There are no laundry, bathrooms or showers on site. I would recommend this place and if ever back in ABQ would stay here again. - MichelleKry
Oct 2013 - $35.00
This park is located just outside Kirtland Air Force Base. Looks like it is not in the best part of town, but that may be misleading. The owner of the park is just great. He will greet you as you enter the park and stand by your window, guiding you very effortlessly into your site. There are mostly permanent residents and you will find a mixture of older and newer RV's. We did not find the sites to be as cramped as another reviewer stated but they are not spacious either. Entirely adequate for a short term visit. We are keeping this park as one of our preferred "spots" in our AZ-OH travels. - KPsunshine
May 2017 - $15.00
This park is an older trailer park close to the bosque along the Rio Grande River. The location of the park is its only redeeming factor for my stay here. I had a shaded, back in sites that was heavily treed, so a satellite dish would not function in this location. I had to disconnect my 18' car hauler trailer but adequate space was available close by at no extra fee. The RV sites are vacant trailer sites with FHU, 30A/50A services, no cable but OTA available. Because it is a very older trailer park, most residents have set up permanent sites with small, storage outbuildings. Most permanent residential sites are in need of extensive clean up, landscaping improvements and many have multiple forms of transportation, some in need of repair or disposal. Some of the trailers are in the same condition, in need of repair or disposal. My site had several neighbors with dogs that barked constantly. The park itself sits next to another trailer park in similar condition. The owner met me at my arrival, led me to my site and that was the last time I saw her. The few reasons for staying for a month was because of its location. We would ride our bicycles along the well-constructed bicycle and running paths along the Rio Grande River. You can ride for many miles in a north/south direction and feel vary safe. The park sits in a very nice neighborhood with some very expensive homes and private, gated subdivisions and compounds. The park is in very poor condition and is a very, well-established, older trailer park. The purpose of permitting motorhomes and RV's is to generate some income in the unused, trailer sites. The minimum stay is a month, no daily or weekly stays. Electric is metered so monthly fee is reflected in my camping fee and had an electric fee on top of the monthly fee of $360. As much as I really liked the location, I would not return. - kihei7
Jul 2017 - $54.00
Older KOA but in great shape. Only stayed one night but the park seemed to have everything you would need. The family restrooms / showers in the middle of the park were a little strange. - mfcros
Jun 2017 - $56.00
We had a new asphalt level site. Loved the on site garbage pickup and the 7pm to 7am secured gated entrance. - RMahaney
May 2017 - $51.00
The park had quite a few amenities from a fenced in dog park, goofy golf, pool, hot tub and game room. The park was very well maintained but the sites are very close together. Husband described it as "tighter than skinny jeans." - ReneaW