3 Parks near Tularosa, New Mexico
Mar 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here overnight and would have stayed longer, but windstorms were forecasted along our planned route. It is off the main road Hwy 54 a little ways down a road with quite a dip, but we made it without dragging anything with our 37' TT. We enjoyed our stay and the people couldn't be more friendly. You can see the white sands missile range in the distance. There is ample room for even the largest RV. The site was level and graveled. - jtl2
Apr 2015 - $15.00
After being close to the road for the past 3 RV parks I stayed at, being on a VERY quiet backroad was a true pleasure. Friendly owner and hosts. RV park has mostly permanent residents, but there are pull thru FHU sites available for short termers. Lots of room to maneuver a big rig. Gravel drive/sites, decent water pressure, good over the air tv signals, nice view of the mountains, laundry available. Only negatives were weak wi-fi signal and no fenced dog run. Originally planned to stay 3 nights, ended up staying for 6. Lots of outdoorsy stuff to do in the area and a great PA rate. - TH travelers
Mar 2015 - $9.00
Only 2 sites, pullthru w/water and electric.
The host will accommodate you for dry camping.
This park is isolated! Super quiet, and WOW stargazing.
Show up early in the day and hang around to see what
the host can do fer ya.
Highly recommend! - 1yrfulltime
Mar 2013 - $9.00
Beautiful setting, very quiet. More than 21,000 petroglyphs can be seen from an easy hiking trail. There is also a short trail to some pueblo remains. The price is for a site with electric and water, reflecting Federal senior pass discount. Without hookups it would have been only $3.50. - morsev
Apr 2012 - $5.00
Beautiful. We pulled in intending to stay for the afternoon, not knowing there was camping available here, and ended up staying for the night. There are 2 huge pull through sites with water and electric. Views are amazing. Hosts were extremely helpful and friendly. - Barnes family
Jan 2012 - $20.00
Place to park for the night after viewing the Three Rivers petroglyph site. The owners are extremely friendly. Not much else around here except the petroglyphs. - Rick Lechner