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3 RV Parks near Ramah, New Mexico
Jun 2016 - $20.00
This little place is pretty cool. You need satellite TV. I stayed for a month. Very basic but very quiet and very convenient to hiking and Gallup, Grants and National Parks. The owners are not there Mon-Wed but Thur-Fri they are and the restaurant is nice and the locals that come in are real good people. Prices are good and they bragged about the well water that is supplied and they would have good reason to. It is the best well water I ever tasted. Very clean, clear and excellent taste. Not much traffic through there and it kinda sort of looks like a field but the views are spectacular and the clear night sky was awesome. - Usbikerman
Jul 2013 - $18.00
Really just a field in back of the restaurant. Services are very old, but adequate. Wi-Fi is spotty. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Park is right on the road, but traffic is minimal. We would return. - Wandering Wishnies
Jun 2013 - $1.00
We were so shocked about the appearance of this "campground" when we arrived that we decided not to stay. The place looked like a junk yard. The sites were hardly recognizable because everything was full of weeds. There was no person we could talk to. The next standard sentence is not true, because we did not stay here. - RVer from Oregon
Jun 2013 - $4.00
This campground is not for big rigs! There are paved, but narrow roads, and low hanging trees. The next standard sentence is not true, because we could not stay here. - RVer from Oregon
Jun 2012 - $4.00
This is a national monument campground with improved sites in a pinon area which makes for a fresh scented and shady site. Water is available. Quiet, restful and cool best describes this out of the way gem. The only downer is that the National monument does not open until 9:00 each morning and by the time you finish the trails it is quite warm. We would stay here again, but not get up at 5:00 for a morning hike. - JWT
Apr 2018 - $30.00
We had a large pull thru but was a little confusing as to which were our hook ups as I think our site is some times used as 2 sites it's so big. There are some full timers and the Park is small but it's clean and it's at the base of a mt. Stars at night are amazing. There is a sculpture trail behind the campground that's nice. We hiked El Morro it's a challenge but doable and amazing views. - Landa
May 2016 - $15.00
This is a small campground located between El Morro and El Malpais National Parks. Very nice people, great little restaurant on-site. Could use some upgrading, especially the bathrooms and showers.
We were visited by several chickens from an adjacent residence. Was kind of neat, but they begged like dogs. There were six of them at the camp site when we awoke in the morning but they were harmless. - Bob and Sally Ski
May 2014 - $27.00
On the good side the park was very quiet, close to El Morro, a minimart and gas station, and right off the highway. The porch of the restaurant was a relaxing place to sit and watch the sun go down. We had limited contact with the management, but the ones we talked to were friendly. However, the campground is very neglected, overgrown with weeds, unpaved, and the parking space was composed of fine dust. The cement block bathrooms were not very clean and there were many bottles of shampoo and so on in the stalls, possibly left by the residents that live there. Safety note! Don't be under the shower if someone flushes. Scalding hot! We had an above average breakfast in the restaurant. The baked goods mentioned by other commenters were not at their best being at least two days old when we purchased. (The restaurant was closed the day we arrived and we could see the items through a window and must assume they had been baked the day before.) It was a convenient place to spend the night, but not a place to spend any time at. Expensive for the condition. - jody