15 Parks near Los Lunas, New Mexico
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
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
2200 Camino Del Llano Belen, New Mexico (map) | 505 864-1919
Sites: 12 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 11 Reviews
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 2014 - $25.00
Easy on and off I-25. Military discount given. Two different entry signs so there was a little confusion. Great hosts and campers...invited us to partake of their Easter potluck. Mostly long-term sites. Our pull-thru was fine and long enough for the coach, trailer w/Can-Am, and a Jeep. Utilities worked well. Would stay again. - CanDo
Oct 2012 - $35.00
This poor park. It looks like it was a very nice park but recently the new office and lodge buildings and most of the RV park are for sale. There are 10-12 pull though sites still in use across a private driveway from the former lodge. There is no onsite staff but a drop box is located in site #1. The sites are not maintained but have a good gravel base and the hookups are in good condition and appear to be fairly new. We over nighted here since the WM up the road is NOP. Next time we would have gone up the highway to another park but were tired and needed to stop. I hope that someone purchases this park and gets it back in shape. It would be a nice setup with beautiful views of the valley. - gregd
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 2016 - $30.00
Sites a dirt or gravel. Some sanitary hookups are so far to the rear of the site its difficult to hookup unless you have a really long sewer hose. Also when we called for reservations we were told they didn't take reservations.
Campground is close to the casino and has a shuttle (so we've been told, but never used.) There is a regional transit station at the front gate if you want to go into Albuquerque. - tomboy257
Jul 2016 - $27.00
This is a no-reservation park. If they have space, you're in. All spaces are pull-through. Roads and spaces are all gravel, and it gets dusty with traffic. Park is improving sites; some are being improved with landscaping. They have a store which is limited. Each site has covered picnic table and BBQ. We did not use bathroom or showers, and don't know about laundry. There is no onsite pool, and resort pool may be available; we don't know. We were there for the casino. They have a shuttle to take campers to the casino. Shuttle has a schedule but can be easily called. Casino is great. They have many newer video slots. Food is good. The experience was great. The park is next to the rail transit. We used the train to visit another casino on the North side of Albuquerque - Sandia. We would visit again. - Scot671
May 2016 - $33.00
Very strict at check-in and time consuming. WiFi terrible. Dusty and many weeds and stickers. South side has more room and easy pull-throughs. Fishing was not good and other than the casino there are few places to go. We would recommend overnight but better choices in Albuquerque. - Jimmy Swager
Dec 2016 - $27.00
High Desert is right off I-40. Easy on/off. Interior roads are paved. Lots of room to maneuver. Office staff was excellent. She handles office and propane fills. There was a maintenance worker cleaning up weeds, etc. Another was painting one of the buildings. You can tell this place is taken care of. Power poles at each site are lighted. We had to unhook our dinghy but there was plenty of room to park next to our motorhome. For the price we were very happy at High Desert. - D-Lo
Nov 2016 - $27.00
We stayed in site 403. Sites are long (55 ft at least) pull-through and level. Wifi and cell service work well. Park is smallish and has a cramped feeling even in Nov when only 1/2 full. Still, $27 fee is fair. Not great for dogs tho there is a small dog yard. Tho close to I40, we did not mind road noise. Bathrooms are individual and adequate. Staff is kind and competent. Good place for just one night but not for extended stay. - Jane & Art
Nov 2016 - $27.00
Very nice park at a reasonable rate. So many others in this area are way overpriced for an overnight stay. Clean, well maintained and the best dog park for our two dogs. It was clean, easy to pick up after our pups and they had a ball running around chasing each other. There were a couple of run off areas that might be cause for concern for small dog owners. Management might want to fill them in a bit. We will definitely return when in this area. - tb919
Feb 2017 - $41.00
Re: wifi. It is only accessible while in the breakfast area. There is a password required. We could not get in while sitting in our coach.
Re: continental breakfast. It is pretty basic. Cold cereal. Harboiled eggs. Toast, bagels, pastry. Toaster waffles.
Re: pets. No outdoor crates are allowed. Your pet must be inside your rig.
Re: playground. It is there but probably hasn't been used in a really long time.
The sites are very easy to get into. The pull-throughs are plenty long. Basically this park is utilised by folks who need a place to stay for the night. It is a huge parking lot with full hook ups. It is clean and easy access from the freeway. But there is nothing else to call you back. You are about 10 miles from the city center of Albuquerque. - Purplemidwife
Nov 2016 - $40.00
Check in was quick the people at the desk ere very friendly. We were guided to our site. The site was long enough for our 35 foot rig and had a parking spot on the side for our truck. All the hookups worked well, we did not use the cable, our site was satellite friendly. The WIFI appears to have been upgraded as it worked well, in the past it had rarely worked. The park was clean. The dog park we used was ok, nothing special but our dogs liked it. There are many stores and places to eat a few miles down Central Ave. or on the north side of Coors both a few minutes away. In all a good stay. We have been here before and will be back. - blowing weeds
Oct 2016 - $41.00
Nice park. We were in the newer pull through area and found it easy to get in and out and big enough for a 45 ft MH and toad. Sites are gravel and level. - peddy dick
Feb 2017 - $20.00
Rate of $20.40 per night reflects 2 nights at Passport America and 1 night with Good Sam discounts averaged together, full hookups. We stayed here 3 nights. We arrived after hours and one day before our reservation, we just picked a spot and they allowed us to keep it. Majority of spots are full hookup, a few are electric and water only. There is a dump station available. Previous reviews are accurate and describe our experience. We did not use park WIFI, but is available at no cost. We had strong signal for Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. Vintage trailer/car display and items throughout office building were interesting. Staff very friendly and accommodating. We would/will stay here again if in area. - ECM1
Feb 2017 - $30.00
A very nice campground for the price. The retro travel trailers are cool. They have tried to keep the retro/historic feel of Rt. 66 at this campground but that is kinda hard with all the traffic on I-40 whizzing by. Nothing fancy but overall a great value. Bathrooms are clean. Water pressure fair. Gift shop/trading post has local crafts, jams & jellies, etc. We would stay here again. - Lynn and Linda
Feb 2017 - $31.00
We liked this park enough westbound, that we returned on our eastbound Route 66 trip. Easy in and out on Route 66 adjacent to I-40 and next door to a Camping World. Propane on site. Knowledgeable and friendly staff who know the good places to visit. The park is dirt/gravel and can be muddy, but it is well maintained. Power was clean and water pressure was good. The bathrooms and showers at the front main building were clean. There is also a traditional, residential style bath and shower inside the main building near the laundry. A great gift shop, lounge, billiard room, and laundry facilities. There are vintage travel trailers near the front available to rent (on site, you can't tow them off!). We would return again (We did). - usernametaken
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
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