12 Parks near Pecos, New Mexico
Jun 2007 - $17.00
The park looks like a big gravel oblong driveway but when you pull in you notice there are hook-ups under the bushes on either side of the drive. The owner came out and helped us get turned around which for a 30ft 5th Wheel was a bit of a tight fit. The park is across the street from the National Forest Ranger Station and just south of the highway junction that is Pecos, NM. The park was very quiet. The town does not have a leash law so all the dogs in town wander over to see what is going on and see if they can get a ear scratch. Fishing in the Pecos is the main attraction and the weather, even in summer, is cool. We would stay again and, while not a premier RV park, it was a great visit for us. - AGBAT
Aug 2016 - $57.00
This park is your typical desert terrain of rocks and dirt. A park employee threw a rock while mowing which shattered a large window in our 5th wheel. The park's response was sarcastic with no apology, no offer to help us get rig road worthy, no adjustment to our bill. Park sites are small. Big rigs had trouble negotiating turns. Some of park landscaping is in the way of putting out slides and awnings.Wifi was inoperable and we had no cell phone service. This park is not central to Santa Fe activities. It is about 30 minutes from most city attractions.I would not recommend park. - unifan
Jul 2016 - $57.00
This was a very nice campground to go to during my stay at Santa Fe. I would definitely go here again. This campground's amenities included laundry (a little bit pricey, but not overly), clean bathrooms and showers, and clean dumpsters. The service was very nice, and the owners were quite understandable as well. The WiFi worked comfortably, but just using cell service will not work at all. Overall, it was a wonderful campground to stay at. - Kristenmoseley
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Dust everywhere. My site was fine loose dirt with hard pan underneath. Some large and smaller rocks I had to try and clear out of my way to put up my tent, but I couldn't get all of them. I had to clear the bed in my tent twice in one day because of the dirt that would blow in. My dishes on the picnic table had to be wiped out after being on the table an hour because of blowing dirt. No grass. No mulch or pea gravel on my site to temper the dirt. The trees were so small they couldn't much shade and although it only got to 86 in the day, my tent was burning hot inside and no shade to help. - Kathryn jacobson
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a kinda cool, funky, old-school RV park. I have no idea why posters before me seem to be complaining about the closeness of the sites. I assume they are referring to the FHU area which is a pretty typical one-right-next-to-the-other RV park set up. But if they think THESE sites are close together they must not have travelled much. We've been on the road for a year and a half and the spacing here is pretty much the same as most places and we've seen them a LOT closer. In fact, it's even better in a lot of cases because there is at least vegetation between most of the sites that affords SOME privacy. The upper part of the park is the electric & water only part. The roads winding through there are tight and very rough. The sites are either gravel or dirt and although most of them are long pull thrus, the level area is very small and then the front of the site drops off precipitously. I think most bigger rigs would have a real tough time there. However, the sites are big and have quite a bit of shade as well as a picnic table (most kind of rickety) and fire pit. The restroom is old but was clean and functional. The laundry has five washers plus the broken one (there is ALWAYS a broken one! Lol!) and eight dryers. The washers are a bit of a rip off at $3 per load but they are at least a decent size. The dryers are $1.25. Not sure how long they ran, I think about 40 minutes, but the towels and jeans needed a second go-round. The lighting is good but the room is very cramped with a table in the middle that is too low to use comfortably standing up to fold and which has cabinetry under so you can't pull a chair up to it either. Besides, the room's too small to sit at the table anyway. Office folks were friendly and helpful but the store has very little in it. Bring your supplies with you. Oh, and the wi-fi actually worked pretty well most of the time. Verizon had two bars. Price was good and I'd stay again. - Pdxjoanne
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Great park. A very rural feel which we like. Spaces are close but wasn't a problem. Gravel roads and sites. First impressions that roads a little tight for our 32' trailer and tow vehicle but we had no problems at all. Would definitely stay here again, - donw78025
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We stayed here for 5 nights. The sites are dirt, some need a little leveling, but not a big deal. I loved that there are trees between sites and it is very quiet. We stayed in #114 and the wifi was excellent. Friendly staff, movie nightly, pool, walking trail. Very quiet.
My only complaint would be the spaces between rigs was fairly tight.
You are 7 miles from Santa Fe, but there are two excellent restaurants close by. Also, the picnic tables need to be replaced. - Kwanyen
Sep 2016 - $19.00
We cannot recommend this park as a place to stay over one night. It is better suited to people wanting to hike trails. There were only 8 RV sites with hookups. Three were vacant. Two of these did not have acceptable working electric outlets. The one we found was not level and positioned one's sleepy head 20 feet from a busy noisy road. It is difficult to find with poor directions. No staff available after 4:30 pm. - W Davidson
Jul 2015 - $10.00
Reserved Site 49. Web site indicates site 49 is an RV site with no hookups. Actually is tent only and can not get RV in. No one on site during the week due to Labor Shortage and no refund available. Lost $52 due to in accurate information on the web site. Not happy. - Coleywhite
Jul 2014 - $10.00
Campground has about 10 spaces with lights and water. The night we stayed Saturday night, half of those spaces were empty but reserved. The people never showed up. We stayed in overflow spot at bottom of the hill. We could smell the cars coming down the hill brakes overheating. New Mexico reservation system is confusing to out of staters. There was a wedding reception at the pavilion. Tthey had a lot of fun well into the night. If we were in lights and water spot it would be OK, but othe wise, I think we'll pass. Nice view up the hill of Santa Fe. - Jim Lee
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Road from I-25 to park extremely rough. Interior roads in park rough and not well maintained. Park does not give a good first impression. We pulled in at 2 pm and office was closed, although our packet was on the door. Sites are leveled out on hills and difficult to access. Overall park maintenance needs work with lots of peeling paint and rotten wood. Ok for an overnight. Small rocked, fenced area as dog area which our dog would not use. Very low water pressure. - unifan
Jul 2016 - $33.00
Although we made confirmed reservations almost a month in advance, and arrived at the campground mid-afternoon, we were not able to get the 50amp full hook-up pull thru that we reserved. We were told that we were switched out because we were only staying one night. In order to get a 50 amp site we had to take a back-in site on a hill that was not level. We had to put blocks under the front wheels to make ground contact after the levelers lifted the coach front to level it. The site was also too short causing our coach to stick out into the road, making it almost impassable. We did get free dinner tickets to make up for it, but I would have preferred our reservation be honored or told that it only secured a site and not a particular one. To add insult to injury, the roads were dirt, narrow, and rutted. The layout of the park was such that it was difficult to discern between a site driveway and a thru road. This is not a park I would return to. - Brenda D
Jun 2016 - $40.00
I found the interior roads to be very rough. Site was fairly level. Needed 50 amp extension to reach box. The restrooms were clean at the usage site but there were artificial plants that hadn't been cleaned in a long time as were other areas of the restroom. - DickO
Oct 2015 - $14.00
We camped here for one night on our way to Arizona in October. Gates close at 5pm - not sure if this is seasonal. Galina CG closed, but South Area CG open. There was only one other camper in the campground! Water off at site, but drinking water available near entry to campground (spigot with hose threads). Dump station closed. Electric at site as well as a picnic table in a shelter.
The sites are large - some might be a bit hard to get into (tight turns) - it's almost easier to come in the wrong way on the road. Not all sites are electric - so choose carefully.
Even though the CG is somewhat near the road between Taos and Las Vegas (Hwy 518), there was hardly any traffic noise at night.
Cell service (Verizon) - at least one bar LTE. Tailgater satellite dish worked well. View of lake and hills to the west. Pleasant place for a one-night stay. - chinookgeo
Jun 2014 - $14.00
Beautiful setting looking over the lake. We wound up here after driving thru the park where we had made reservations was not at all what was described or shown on their website. Storrie Lake is a peaceful setting spread out sites - except for the electric back-in sites. If we were to be in the area again we would stay here. Can't beat the rate. - 3catstravel
Oct 2013 - $14.00
Great park…super value. Spent two nights here with an electric and water hook-up. Waste dump is easy on the way out. It is not crowded here in early October, but the dogs across the highway were just as loud as when we visited one year ago. Verizon coverage was 3 of 5 bars. Did not use restroom showers, as they locked the buildings at night, when we intended to use them. Ranger was very helpful in allowing us to stay until 9pm on check-out day, due to significant winds on the highways that afternoon. Would definite recommend this park. - noelbob
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Fine for an overnight stop. The campground needs a lot of TLC. There were weeds everywhere, cigarette butts littered the site, beer caps, etc. They were all pull thru, full hook up sites. Located right in town and across from Walmart , so easy access to shopping. I guess for $25 I would stay again. - TravelingDonna
Sep 2014 - $25.00
We stayed in a 26' cargo trailer. Pull-through sites. Monthly rate was $385. The managers are very nice. The wi-fi was a quite slow, but they said they were working on getting a signal booster. - jkproescholdt
Jun 2014 - $25.00
This park is quite adequate for a short stay. It's not attractive, but price is right and it's conveniently located to just about anything you could want (walk to Walmart). Good Wi-Fi most of the time and good cable. No laundry. Bathrooms and showers were immaculate. The sites were a bit short but very level. 30 amp only and the water pressure was a little low. The park employees were very nice. The owner lives on-site. Don't follow Mapquest directions to the park. Get off I-25 on exit 347 and go west to Legion Dr. (Comfort Inn on left, hospital on right). Right on Legion, right on 7th and then right on Harris into the park. - Luvtheroad
Jul 2016 - $39.00
In-the-trees but quiet and did I say quiet? Trails in the woods for walking or hiking. Others indicate WiFi issues, but ours worked fine for email, etc. - Root
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Very spacious sites in tall pines. Wifi very bad, but Verizon wireless had good signal. Check in process was fast and easy with a very friendly person. There was some electrical problems and campground had power company change out a transformer that 2 squirrels tried to nest on. Campground was extremely nice about extra guests and cars coming in to visit. Water pressure high so you need a regulator. - danmonz7
Sep 2015 - $40.00
We had a long, level and picturesque gravel site nestled amongst tall pine trees. Great Checkin process, superb bathhouse, and a Sunday afternoon ice cream social to boot. Park was very quiet and had trash pickup each morning. We had open access to clubhouse to watch TV as there is no OTA signal and very spotty wi-fi. Verizon 1 bar or less. ROCIADA is very remote, but that's the beauty of this place. Could easily spend a month or more here as long as I had plenty of food in the freezer. - texasgal54
Jun 2015 - $5.00
Despite what Reserve America site says, rigs over 40' are going to be tight on roads and in sites. We scratched the coach a couple of times. The tree trimming on the turns could really use some attention.
That said, the campground is worth the effort. Deep in a forest with lots of hiking and areas to explore. The dogs loved it. The patio, table and fire ring setup was great.
Water to fill a tank is available near camp ground entrance, but the camp host has to turn it on. No dump station in the campground, but one is nearby.
Do not follow Google Maps, there are turns you just can't make. Only turn onto Artist Road from Bishops Lodge Road/NM590. - bobcovey
Oct 2013 - $20.00
Park is now closed to RVs. We tried to stay and were told by the on-site property that the Rodeo is no longer able to accept RVs. Apparently the Rodeo does not have the proper licensing/permitting to operate an RV park. The manager was nice enough to let us park for the night with no services since it was getting dark. - my12by60
Apr 2013 - $20.00
We moved to this location after reading about it. You get what you pay for. We got full hookups close to the center of town. It was no frills, but the price was right. The location was quiet and secure. There are enough channels to get some decent television with your antenna. The only complaint was the need for a long sewer hose. Luckily I had that. Other than that, this place was great for the price. - Ugly SAM
Jul 2011 - $20.00
In town location, great price. Not busy. Sandy sites, a bit unlevel with bonus horse droppings in your site. Gated entry, safe area and very quiet at night. Would stay again instead of paying twice as much or more at the other campgrounds. 30 amp only, back-in only. - sysadmin