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2 RV Parks near Pie Town, New Mexico
Mar 2016 - $1.00
This is a large unkempt field near the small town of Pie Town. The sites are large and wooded with lots of animal activity in the area. No services at all, but ok for a couple of free nights. We only had 1 sliver of 3G Verizon service though, and no ATT. The road in and sites are very soft dirt and I would not attempt this is rain was expected in a big rig.
Lot spacing was spacious and mostly shady. Site surface was dirt and features a fire ring and picnic table. - Lee and Trace
Oct 2013 - $1.00
This charming (and free) little campground offers quiet sites nestled among pine and spruce trees, and is located on the south side of Route 60 in "downtown" Pie Town. Sites are level, and there is a threaded water spigot available, but that's it. No toilets, electricity, or trash dumpsters. But the price is certainly right, the camping is quiet and there is plenty of room between sites. Big rigs or larger 5th wheels or trailers won't fit. My rig is 25 foot and it fit just fine, but I'd say that's about the upper limit. No gasoline or diesel in town, so come prepared. - HercMaster
May 2018 - $25.00
This is an easy in/easy out park which is great for an overnight stay. The sites are all gravel and they are fairly level but not totally level. We had to use several blocks under our landing gear. The owners are super friendly and helpful. There was very spotty wi-fi. The owners are trying to get it worked out but they have a ways to go. There was no cell service. (Verizon or AT&T). There were 3 over the air channels on TV. The town consists of 60 people but it is on the Continental Divide, so they have a lot of hikers in the area. Husband said the showers were clean. We would stay again for an overnight stay. - Liz in Texas
Nov 2017 - $25.00
Great little campground owned and operated by the family who lives on site. Showers were clean and in good shape. Sites are a little uneven. Wood blocks were provided if needed. Very quiet at night even though you are about 100 yds from the road. Beautiful night sky due to no light pollution. We would stay here again on our way through this part of New Mexico. - WalterL
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This campground is at 7,700 feet elevation in a very pretty and remote part of New Mexico. There are 5 pull-thrus, 3 of which are long enough for big rigs. Wife was excellent; Verizon is 3G. The communal grill, fire pit, and tables were nice (see photos). The sites lacked patios and tables. Sites were all gravel and a little unlevel. No cable TV but no trees to block satellite. The vegetation is pinyon, juniper, and Ponderosa pine. The whole area is mountainous and beautiful. All in all, this is a very nice place to stay. - Dr. John