7 RV Parks near Jarales, New Mexico
We did however find 7 campgrounds within 25 miles of Jarales. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Jarales in the left hand column.
Feb 2008 - $14.00
This is NOT a state park in spite of the listing. It is owned and run by the Belen Schools. We stayed for a week and were the only campers. A funny park with lots of potential but one big problem. Electricity is all screwed up, bad grounding with voltage fluctuating from 80V to 120V. I was afraid to run electric motors or sensitive equipment. No showers. Bathrooms clean enough but no lights at night. Maintenance person was unconcerned but very friendly. Phone is not always answered and no recorder. No BW dump but free one is located in Belen. Very quiet. Located on the west bank of the Rio Grande. Nature walk through the bosque. Fishing in the irrigation ditches. Farm land surrounding. Few miles from town. Payment is cash only and on honor system. - NM Full Timer
Sites: 12 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 13 Reviews
Mar 2017 - $35.00
This is a nice little RV park. Not fancy, gravel pad, level site, fairly close together, more trees being planted, away from freeway noise, just off I-25 exit 191. Very friendly staff, the owner is upgrading, adding more sites and planting more trees. He happened to be working on a nearby new site and told us about several scenic drives in the area. Nice view of valley below. WiFi very fast first day (9 Mbps), next day hard to connect (provider issues?). Hook-ups appeared to be newer, we used 30 amp. Good OTA TV signal, 40+ channels. - Roaming Roads and Rivers
Feb 2017 - $35.00
We enjoyed our stay. The staff was friendly & helpful.
The shower was clean, plenty of hot water.
Try to get spot B4 or C4, you will have a beautiful view of the valley, Sandia & Manzano Mtns. - CandD
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is a quiet park that is close to the freeway but that gets little freeway noise. We checked in on a Sunday so the only way to get access to the Wi-Fi was to call the phone number, which we didn't do. They do offer discounts for travel club and veterans of $5. We had a great view from our spot in the park. The park is well kept very clean. It is also under construction so they're obviously trying to improve it even more. - beckydmc
Apr 2016 - $10.00
Price reflects the monthly rate, electricity was charged separately. The park was perfect for us, we needed a place to stay for a few weeks while visiting Albuquerque. The park sits up on the hill just west of the freeway. There are great views of the surrounding mountains. There is surprisingly little noise despite proximity to the freeway. There were full hookups, good water pressure and strong wifi. This is a no-frills campground, but we were not in need of resort amenities. There are no laundry or bathroom facilities. This is a small park with 10 spots, most are long term, with a few spots set aside for shorter stays. This is essentially an open gravel lot so pulling in and out with a larger rig is easy. The owners were friendly and attentive. We were pleased with the park and would stay here again. - BluegrassTravelers
Apr 2015 - $25.00
This small, clean RV park is fine for a stay while visiting the area. Road and sites are gravel, level, and everything worked well. You should be fully self-contained; no restrooms or showers. It is a quiet location, with easy on off the freeway access. - DiplomatTraveler
Dec 2014 - $30.00
My husband is easily irritated at RV parks with poor and unclean facilities. He could not stop singing the praises of this tiny spot. The gravel was smooth and perfectly level. The place was quiet, friendly, and spotless. I swear he and the owner were best friends in ten minutes. The RV site is in a perfect place for easy in and out from the highway. Best for overnight as it is not set up for activities and is thirty miles from a big city, Alburquerque. - glowingheart
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 2018 - $27.00
This park is a lonely isolated stop. It's near US60 going east off I-25 and will suffice as an overnight stay. If you are traveling with horses there is apparently facilities for that purpose. This camper just needed an overnight stay and at $27 it was about right. Being self contained we did not use the park's facilities, so have no knowledge of that. Payment is cash only - no credit cards. - Oddyssey
Oct 2017 - $30.00
This is a clean park with continuous traffic noise. Sites are near-level dirt and gravel. Some sites have trees, but little shade. Voltage is good. The circuit breaker box at my site was very close to the ground, and only had a 50 amp outlet, which was outside the box exposed to the weather. Sewer connections are unthreaded. Roads are wide gravel in good condition. There are two clean showers on the men's side, but no private dressing area. WiFi is fairly strong. I measured 28.3 kB/s down very early in the morning; it's usually even slower. Verizon LTE usually works well. Terrestrial broadcast TV: ABC CBS CW ION NBC PBS. Laundry: 4 top-loaders ($2), 4 dryers ($2). Staff are friendly and helpful. Credit cards are not accepted. There's lots of pro-firearms signage; I never saw any firearms. - wjzcbn
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Good for an overnight. They required a 2 night stay the week of Balloon Fiesta but we watched others stay one night and leave. They have a no-hook-up overflow area. Idk what they were charged. This parks backs up to the expressway. Sites are pull through and are very tight for big rig with 4 slides, took some maneuvering but we got it in. No extending awnings. No tables. Obey the speed limit, 5 mph, or they follow you to your site to remind you. - Ramblin-Roll
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
Aug 2015 - $14.00
This park just reopened this year after a 4 year shutdown due to forest fires. Loop road and site access is tight but manageable. 7500 feet in elevation makes for a pleasurable summer stay. About 4 miles of hiking trails in the campground with access to the National Forest backing the area.
Great staff, ensured garbage was dumped several times a day. Bathroom facilities maintained very clean. Sites were cleaned and raked after each rig left.
Site layout is strange. Our site had the fire ring behind the unit and the picnic table at the front drivers side.
No water or sewer at sites. Potable water fill station and dump station located at park entrance. I had good quality power on a 50 amp site.
Weekend traffic was busy, due to a very large church group in the group shelter area for the weekend. - RE:Todd
Feb 2018 - $37.00
Loved the park... had a couple nice ponds to walk around (watch out for the goose poop) with plenty of sitting benches. Plenty of bird life (we saw a bald eagle and a heron). They have a 24 hour shuttle to the casino - but we drove up ourselves. The freeway is near but is hardly noticeable unless you're listening for it. The airport isn't far off... but I only noticed it a couple times. The train tracks are close; and the trains do blow their horns nearby (but only a couple of times and then they're gone). - Wandering With Us
Jan 2018 - $25.00
Great spot with lakes and eagles and great places to walk. Actually across the street from the casino (you can also dry camp in the parking lot at the casino), and there's a free shuttle. stayed 2 nights, 3rd was free. - mac2school
Aug 2017 - $34.00
I thought previous reviews were harsh. I found this campground to be nice and well maintained. My car battery needed a boost and security came out quickly and provided this, and refused to accept a tip. My rating on value is low because on the second night of my stay, my sister joined me, so I asked about having another car at my site. The charge was $20.00 plus tax. The clerk said that would be good for an extended period, but would be the same for just overnight. Rather pricey and they should have a lower price for just one night. - MaggieAndMoe