6 Parks near Silver City, New Mexico
May 2015 - $17.00
7 MILE DIRT ROAD to get here. It took us almost an hour to ease our way into this gem in a 43' motorhome, but it was worth it. Full hookups with 50 amp power and FREE firewood!! This place is essentially a coop camp community that has a number of "daily" sites. Best showers we have ever seen. Deer throughout the campground drove the dogs nuts. Cattle roaming in the woods are pretty startling. wonderful people made us feel very welcome. NO cell service of any kind. No WiFi, no cable. - bobcovey
Feb 2015 - $16.00
Found this place on the recommendation of another RVer we met in Las Cruces. We're fulltimers, and this is one of the more unique campgrounds we've ever stayed at. It's up in the Gila mountains about 15 miles outside of Silver City on a huge property that reminds me more of a state park than a commercial campground. They have clean restrooms that look like they were recently renovated, and there's full hookups. There's also a western-style lodge building where there are activities from Spring thru Fall. The lodge was built by a family that was friends of FDR. My wife and I enjoyed hiking around the area. We'll be back during the warm season to try some of the activities. - PeterW
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
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
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This is a hidden Gem near Silver City.
Very clean an attractive with very friendly and helpful owners. Free WiFi.
Clubhouse has kitchenette, library for book exchange, sitting area and laundry is $1.00 per load.
Women's bathroom has garden tub.
The landscaping is awesome. Owner takes care of each plant like it was the only one.
The only drawback is that is a little off the main road and the sign near the road doesn't catch your attention. I think if they had a more impressive sign at the highway people would notice it more.
Would definitely recommend this park for Silver City area. - LittleMo
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
Mar 2016 - $23.00
Biggest issue here was the lack of level sites. Most are on the side of gentle hill that made leveling an issue. Once I got moved to a bottom site, things were OK. - ldukeb
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
Oct 2015 - $45.00
This is a typical gravel campground with trees to help separate the spots. There were very few people there (probably mostly permanent) so it seemed spacious, but the spots are fairly close. Room for a picnic table. The staff were very friendly and welcoming. The campground was clean and it was fairly close to Silver City (about 3.5 miles). We stayed here in a 29 ft RV. We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri
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
Feb 2015 - $30.00
Helpful, friendly staff. Park is located one block off one of the main streets and within walking distance of a grocery store and several restaurants. Camper spaces are quite close together and maneuvering room somewhat restricted. Normal nightly rate is $33 but cash payment resulted in $30. We stayed three nights and would return. - Richard Farver