6 Parks near Tucumcari, New Mexico
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This is a bare bones park in a less than desirable part of town. Dogs bark all night, cars speeding down Rte 66, and terrible Wi-Fi. Owner's will show you to your site but don't expect anything else from them. Even a sign in their "office" that says "don't ask questions". Real nice way to treat your guests. - Maggie77
Jun 2016 - $18.00
This tidy park is located on the site of a historic motor hotel which is still standing and provides a nostalgic atmosphere for your stay in Tucumcari. The town has declined in size and it is a wee bit sad to see the boarded up buildings so close to the main part of town. A couple of good restaurants within walking distance. (Especially Dell's) - Jake the plumber
May 2016 - $25.00
Great overnight stop on old Route 66. It's an old motel site converted into an RV Park. Level sites. Easy access. Great wifi but limited to certain hours.
Good cable reception. - Hard Rock Fans
Jul 2016 - $29.00
Laundry clean and of the cheapest anywhere. Site nearly level, took only a one inch board. Office friendly, they have some basic supplies and ice. Not much shade unless you happen to get the right spot. - hotpepperkid99
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We stayed for 1 night and would do so again. Close to freeway and Flying J, but quiet.
Bathrooms were clean and usable. - Bud H
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is definitely the best RV park in Tucumcari. Great cable, good Wi-Fi that is available at your site 24/7, very nice laundry facility, nice restrooms that are cleaned every morning, nice helpful staff. The park is dirt and is on a slope so leveling is a bit tricky but it's quiet at night, despite being fairly close to I-40. We've stayed in other parks in Tucumcari and this is by far the best! - Maggie77
Mar 2015 - $0.00
03-19-2015 This park is closed right now. The electric lines are being dug up. We pulled in to register and a fellow told us he was sorry but could not accept any campers now. He said to check back next year.
The website had a different phone number than shown on most information we have - 575-815-0949.
We've enjoyed staying here in the past and are disappointed we couldn't this time. - rv4fun
Oct 2014 - $18.00
We stayed one week in our 40 foot motor home. The site was large and level, wifi was excellent and secure,cable tv was excellent,plus water pressure and electric was also excellent. The owners and staff went above and beyond what was necessary to make us comfortable. It is not a resort but is a very secure and quiet rv park. We plan to spend next spring and summer there.
There is a saying don't judge a book by its cover. It truly applies to this rv park, stay here once and take in the book , not the cover, and you will definitely be back. - WJRYAH
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Wonderful step back in time to Route 66 motor court life; RV park is behind old motor court. Extra long and wide pull-throughs, 30/50 amps, cable, water, sewer. Cool Studebaker parked out front. Showers are in old room #4, but were clean and tidy. Due to Historic Landmark status, it can't be changed which we felt was a look back in time and not a bad thing. The co-owner was great, guides you to site, helps with set up. Lots of great food nearby. Stayed in 40 ft rig and toad. - gleLOAL
Sep 2014 - $15.00
I didn't stay! Electrical hook ups outdated! Seen some were burnt! Grass doesn't get cut, was over 2' tall in most places. Hardly any staff on site to assist. Roads were easy to navigate. Entrance had 2 huge potholes that would almost tip your RV over. - User3779
Aug 2014 - $15.00
A no-frills campground that is very good for an overnight stop. Exit I-40 at exit 335, and go west on old 66 about 3/4 mile. Park is on your left (south side). Easy access for all sizes. Sites are gravel and/or grass, fairly level. Good Wi-Fi. If you traveling with horses, they have several corrals or pens available. Owner was friendly and helpful. We did not use the showers or restrooms. Would stay here again for an overnight stop. - Cowboy camper
Aug 2012 - $15.00
This was a very unusual park but great for an overnight stop if you are near Tucumcari. Opt for a spot at the back corner of the park. Facing the open field gave a nice view of the mountain. There were a number of run down campers that appeared to have someone living in the park, but no one was around that caused any concerns. Fine for the price charged. The staff was helpful in setting up our stay. Horses were allowed, and a pen with an outbuilding was at one end of the park. - themom3
Apr 2014 - $4.00
$4 per night using the out-of-state NM annual camping permit (regular price is $14) was for a 50A electric and water site on a level large gravel site. In addition, the generously sized site had a sheltered picnic table with a pedestal BBQ grill (which could not be used as they had a no wood or charcoal burning ban due to extremely high fire danger). There is a dump station at the campground entrance. The campground host was very helpful and friendly. Many sites overlook Conchas Lake and there are primitive sites at the lake's edge. The scenery includes many shortish coniferous trees and desert plants among the large rock strewn landscape. If you like walking/hiking/biking there are trails and roadways inside and outside the park. The night sky is gorgeous as are the sunsets. The park was very quiet during our stay but I can imagine lots of noise in the summer. During our stay, there were high winds on several days including one night with wind gusts of 45 mph. The ranger led tour of the dam was informative and interesting. The campground is 35 miles west of Tucumcari, NM which offers limited shopping and dining. We received five bars of Edge on our AT&T cell phone which was sufficient for talking and texting. We received no service on our Millenicom jet pack. The park advertised Wi-Fi but it will not be up and running until May 6. There was Wi-Fi available at the marina store and the 104 store. OTA TV brought in 2 analog and 2 digital channels. - DD Rolling Ranch
May 2007 - $4.00
Conchas Lake has numerous areas to camp. There are 104 developed sites and 41 electric and water sites. The campgrounds are located in various areas of the lake. I believe there’s primitive camping along the shoreline in some areas. The area we stayed in was Bell Point campground which has power and water hookups. Each site has a 3 sided shelter with a picnic table on a concrete slab and a pedestal BBQ near the shelter. It’s very dusty when breezy, interior road is dirt and no one seems to drive slow through the campground. Some sites are closer together then others, some are pull thrus, but most are back ins. ALL sites are on a reservation system which was a pain since there wasn't any cell/internet service there. The gal in the Park Office was nice enough to let me use their phone to make a reservation. If you just need a site for one night and sites are available (the post at each site has a green vacant sign or red occupied sign on them), go to the park office. It’s located further down the main road on the left. There’s a marina with a grocery/tackle shop/lounge/diner. There’s also a phone booth outside which we needed to use since it was Mother’s Day. Weekends are very busy but midweek was quiet. Nice views of the lake and surrounding area. You might want to use your water pump when showering, pressure wasn’t that great. While there we saw people boating, fishing and water skiing. Dump Station is located across from the campground entrance. Make sure you‘re stocked up with food since the closest town is in Tucumcari, which is about 35 miles away. We would stay here again but only midweek. - jannie5