Welcome back to a lifestyle that anyone can appreciate and learn to love. The Northwest part of New Mexico is filled with many ancient sites and history of the way in which people managed to get over here and live. Many trials and tribulations later, we have only to enjoy and speculate how their lives must have been. These RV parks will take you back in time….
Northwest RV Parks and Campgrounds
For a more complete list of RV parks in this part of the state.
- Ruins Road RV Park – Close to Aztec National Monument. Pitch your tent on a thick blanket of bluegrass and sleep like a baby or picnic, fish or relax along the tranquil bank of the Las Animas River.
- El Morro RV Park and Campground – Full-hookup RV sites, capable of holding large rigs, feature 30 amp electric, water, and sewer on gravel pads. Roads throughout park are gravel. Large sites with juniper and pinon pine trees. 100% pet-friendly, free range chickens, (turkeys, and a guinea hen too) that supply eggs to the restaurant.
Ready to dive into this lifestyle? Living the RV Lifestyle is a dream for many people.
Not that long ago, most people waited to live out their dream until they retired, and had the time and the money to travel around the country. But now there is a growing trend among all ages to live more simply, and make the time to travel while they still have the energy and the desire – not postponing their RV dreams until a future date.
With more portable jobs and on-line businesses, people are taking to the road, and living a life with more freedom and flexibility. On the road, there are more solo travelers and even families who are giving their children the educational experience of a lifetime. Whatever your current living situation is, there are more options than ever to make the RV dream more affordable and more doable.
And so you don’t get lost, it is important that you own a New Mexico Atlas and Gazetteer
Come Vacation in New Mexico. There are things to do!