10 Parks near Mimbres, New Mexico
Nov 2012 - $20.00
Only draw back is the sites are narrow. Would have rated higher otherwise. Most sites are shaded, all are gravel but really pretty level and long. Restrooms are 1 mens, 1 womens and are huge and beautifully decorated. Very nice club house with Wi-Fi for guests. Gas, a good restaurant, and medical all close by. Managers and workers very nice and helpful. Would stay here again. - horsefolk
Aug 2012 - $20.00
Camp hosts very hospitable. No 50 amp service was available when we were there - but had no problem. Some tree stumps that we had to maneuver around - but again - not a major problem. Owner said they were doing a clean up of them. Beautiful setting and overall nice park. Would definitely go back. Good selection of books and DVDs. - Firebee
Dec 2009 - $17.00
Very hospitable owners and hosts. They go the extra mile to make your stay enjoyable and trouble free. Convenient local services available. The Wal-Mart in Silver City is 20 minutes away for larger purchases. People in the area a very friendly. Horses and cattle can be viewed on a ranch across the road from the RV Park. - Humor
Apr 2013 - $15.00
We stayed here for 4 nights. It is a large level gravel parking lot with full hookups and lots of room. Verizon and Mifi work great. Lodge has Wifi inside. Good views and is close to Silver City and other sights. You must be an Elks member to camp here. We paid $15 a night. No cable, but were able to use our air antenna for 1 station we picked up. - margeandbob
Apr 2016 - $50.00
We stayed 2 nights passing through the area to visit the nearby National Park Service sites.
The park is a few miles East of town along the major road (US 180) into Silver City. The road has multiple lanes near the park's entrance but has a center turn lane. Accessing the park requires a short drive along a paved road that changes to gravel. The park was built on rolling hilly ground so some of the roads and sites have interesting pitches.
The sites are a mixture of back-ins and P/T's. There seemed to be the extended stay sites. There was an escort to the site. This park didn't completely understand the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level site as some of the sites had a slight pitch potentially creating a levelling problem.
There are a few trees scattered around the park so satellite reception would be dependent upon site assignment and your dish configuration. The park brochure didn't show any cable or broadcast channels. Didn't try to get any broadcast channels.
The park provided WiFi was good. But only a few of the sites were occupied. It was password protected. Our Verizon WiFi hotspot worked well. Didn't try the NET10 phone so don't know about the reception.
The designated fenced pet area was adequate to exercise a dog. It had a dirt surface. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park roads. The pet area had bag dispensers and waste collection stations for waste.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Although it was nothing special, we would probably stay here again as there isn't much to choose from in the area. - bsb814
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This is one of the better KOAs we have stayed in. We went here with an RV group and not sure what we actually paid. Only complaint (but it was with a group) is they stuck us in a small spot for our rig and only 30 amp which doesn't really matter unless we run air. Typical gravel spots, some with picnic tables. People friendly. We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Staffers Joann and Ray were outgoing and helpful. Well kept grounds. Very clean restrooms. Large, clean dog area. Several hiking trails just outside the park. Site was large enough to accommodate both our 36' Motorhome and towed. Mix of monthly and nightly customers. Park also had "lodges", "cabins" and tent sites. - Floatsflyer
Jul 2016 - $21.00
No pool/playground, quiet, outstanding landscape, customer service is A1. Wifi was top-notch. Great location as a base camp to visit the mountains, forests, ruins, and the art community of Silver City. We filled a week with no problem. If nothing else watch the sunsets. I usually use a 7 rating for a park that does what it says. This park gets a 10 as it does it perfectly. A second wash machine and dryer would have been nice but obviously I am reaching for a problem. It is not a resort but a wonderful RV park. - gumper
May 2016 - $30.00
We stayed in site #1. It was gravel, spacious, had some shade, and included a picnic table. The owner was very gracious. There is a men's and a women's restroom. The women's has a bathtub/shower. There's an exercise room, DVDs, a comfortable lounge all in a house on the property. All is available to those staying in the park. No one lives in the house - it's just for park visitors. - skidiver
Dec 2015 - $22.00
This RV park was a real find for me, and I am happy to recommend it. First each site is set into its own natural setting, which offers a sense of privacy and a feel for the local fauna. Everything in the park is meticulously maintained with obvious attention to detail.
It was extremely cold in Silver City while I was there, and there were two exceptional aspects to this park that made my stay enjoyable: first - the city water faucet was set in a recessed insulated box. I had had frozen water taps at Hueco Tanks and Las Cruces, but not here. Secondly, the Wifi is really excellent. My site was next to the router, so I can't speak for the whole park, but I had the strongest WiFi I have EVER had in an RV park. I have a signal monitor, and my readings were as high as I often get at Starbucks.
Because the WiFi was so good, and I had a project that required the internet, I stayed an extra week, in spite of the cold (down to 10 degrees one night.) My rate was $150 a week, which they calculated as $30 a day - with two free days. - Anthony Sherman
Apr 2011 - $10.00
Really loved this campground. As others have said the road getting up here (Hwy 35) can be windy, narrow and bumpy but the campground itself is very spacious and big-rig friendly (we're 40-foot and had plenty of room to spare). There are actually 2 campgrounds within 1 mile of each other around Lake Roberts: the lower one is called Upper End and is on level w/ the lake, but no views of it. The upper one is Mesa and is overlooking the lake (and some sites have views of the lake). Sites are large, flat paved with lots of space and separation, picnic table, grill and fire-pit. There's a selection of electric and non-hookup. No showers, but flush toilets are on-site. DUMP station available at Mesa Campground. Lots of nearby hiking and a good base to explore Gila Forest and the Cliff Dwellings. It's almost totally empty during the week, but fills up on the week-end. Overall we loved the place and would definitely come back. (NOTE: NO Verizon coverage here, nor further up at Gila Cliff Dwellings) - nina_70
Aug 2009 - $15.00
A great campground. Several things to consider. The very windy, narrow roads can be tough to navigate to get to the campground. Remember: there are no pull-through sites with hookups, and there are no showers! Also, the summer months are very overcrowded and can be pretty noisy. The weekends are busy. The weekdays are best from September to early December, and February to early May. - andy101usa
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Loved this park. Well taken care of. People very friendly & gave lots of info. Restrooms clean,private & modern. Site shaded with rustic wood enclosed patio. Private. Quiet. Was bit unlevel but not major problem. Close to Walmart/Albertsons. Were only going to spend 1 night but spent 2. Will go back. - Allen1775
May 2016 - $19.00
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed at since leaving Florida. When checking-in, we were given a ton of information about not only the park, but the surrounding area attractions and available services, like the closest car wash. The sites are very spacious with three walls around the patio that really help to block the view from the next site. Our site was a little un-level, but we were able to level the rig without having to use any blocking. The roads are gravel, but well maintained and plenty wide for turns with a tow vehicle. The bathrooms and showers were updated and very clean and tidy. There is a min and max required stay with PA but they then allowed us to use GS for the third night stay. I would stay here again for sure. - Good Vibes
Apr 2016 - $19.00
The rate is for 2 nights Passport and one night AAA, averaged. Large private spaces, friendly employees, individual bathrooms just like home, nice laundry and just enough western "feel" to make this an almost perfect campground. The pile of city tax and chilly weather can not be blamed on the park. Hope to be able to enjoy a longer stay next trip. - paulg
Jun 2016 - $14.00
As stated before me, excellent little park. Rates based on monthly stay $450.00 including electric,sewer,cable, Wi-Fi, and water.
Supermarket across the street.Historic downtown within 5 blocks. Wi-Fi left a lot to be desired. Must be 30 restaurants within walking distance. Laundry and showers were spotless. Owners take real pride in this park. Will definitely stay here again. - Ken wittick
May 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here for the 5th time for a week while supporting son racing the Tour of the Gila. Great, convenient location; close to Gough Park, the Food Basket, and downtown eateries.
Good shade by cottonwood trees, though higher winds get smaller branches flying about.
Sites are gravel. Could have another toilet (only one); 2 showers, 2 sinks, 1 urinal.
Half of the sites are permanents; couple of tent sites with green grass. - SouthYubaBill
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Nice park, a little tight for a bigger rig, but staff were very helpful in navigating. Excellent location in walking distance to small park which had a weekend festival in play; grocery store an easy walk as well.
Dog park is a highlight (as others have mentioned).
A very relaxing weekend....highly recommended. - ziaptrn
Mar 2016 - $10.00
Stayed in amazing sites right in the rocks. No services at these sites but there are other sites with water and electric. My major complaint was no dump station at all and the fact that the park isn't near much of anything. The park was extremely clean and the staff was very nice. Absolutely no ATT service and Verizon (without booster) was 3G. Lot spacing was spacious with some shade. Site surface was dirt and featured a fire ring, picnic table and patio. - Lee and Trace
Mar 2016 - $14.00
All elec sites were taken on our first night, so we dry camped at a developed site ( table, fire ring, parking space). Next morning an elec site was vacated and we moved to it. We were two campers traveling together and asked and received permission for both to stay in one site. Pymt required for each. No problem w/ that. Stayed three nights. Very quiet and restful. Scenery is second to none. Will definitely be back. - PaleoTex
Oct 2015 - $8.00
This is a special place. What a unique sight and to think you camp within the rocks! The kids had a great time exploring within all of the monoliths, cracks, and crevices. The visitor Center was very informative and the staff was awesome. Very clean, very scenic, very cool. Every night we got to listen to the Great Horned Owls hooting away. - DougB
Apr 2016 - $43.00
This is a review of the campground only. The hot springs are well maintained, clean, and very comfortable. Price includes use of the public and specific park facilities. The RV park is rustic. There were tall weeds, feral cats, and lots of dust. We were charged extra for 1 small dog, but there were unleashed dogs running throughout the park and no one bothered to clean up. Hook ups are standard, we had a pull through which was fairly level. We'd definitely go to the hot springs but probably stay at City of Rocks. - prius10
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Hot springs and a quiet night or two of camping. One cannot go wrong. The clothing optional soak should be clothing mandatory, imho. However, this spot in the desert is worth the drive. - waterwalkin
Feb 2015 - $25.00
The pull thru RV sites are long and easy to get in and out of. The main attraction of this place is the hot springs, which are nice and well maintained. There is no TV or wifi, and cell service can only be obtained on one side of the park, due to a big hill between there and the rest of the park. - KAP99