1 Park near Radium Springs, New Mexico
May 2016 - $14.00
Gravel roads, easy pull-thrus on concrete pads. Picnic ramada is concrete pad, covered, and sheltered w/half wall; nice touch! Signage for loops and shower houses are scarce or tiny. We got into the group but still able to turn around (40'+toad). Easy access to I25. With wind is dust, however. - evadu
Apr 2016 - $14.00
This is a great place for over night. Convenient to I-25 and Las Cruces.
Only 1 mile off I-25. We stayed in the Cactus Patch Loop with w&e. Nice covered picnic table on concrete pad. Clean rest rooms and showers. Good walking trails. A real value for the money. Reservations are needed for the w&e sights as this is a small campground near an interstate it gets heavy use. I have camped here several times and always enjoyed it. This time I arrived in a wind storm with gusts up to 60mph. The last few miles on I-25 I felt as if I was hauling a drunken trailer. Was really relieved to get to our camp site. High winds happen in the spring in NM. Couldn't do anything but hunker down and wait it out. Not the parks fault. Winds died down around 6PM as they usually do in that area. Winds were forecast for the next day also so we left at 7AM. HINT: Winds can be bad in NM but they usually show up in late morning and die down around 5PM. - NT2013
Mar 2016 - $10.00
Dry camped here, right off 185/25. High winds, so good to have a spot. Park volunteer and superintendent were very helpful. Spot overlooking very dry Rio Grande. Small park, all filled on a March, Tuesday night. Close to Hatch and Las Cruces. Would definitely stay here. Yes, right next to a rumbling train track, several in afternoon and early evening. No blasting horn and none through night. - USA16RVer