Red River, New Mexico RV Parks

Red River, New Mexico RV Parks
Red River, New Mexico offers a taste of Southwest living. In addition to the warm and sunny climate, hikers and outdoor adventurers will find themselves with a full schedule of events. There are gorges, rivers, and wilderness areas in which to get lost. Finding RV lodging in Red River is not difficult as there are a number of options from which to choose.

Roadrunner RV Resort

Situated in the Red River Valley, Roadrunner RV Resort offers RVers twenty-five wooded acres of space in which to stretch out and relax in expansive New Mexico. Amenities include: wide sites for full-size RVs or big rigs and hook-ups for electric, water, sewer, and cable TV. The Resort includes an on-site grocery market, a supplies shop for RV repairs, tennis courts, and meeting rooms. If you're seeking more adventure and serenity, explore the Red River Nature Trail that begins right in Red River.

Roadrunner RV Resort
1371 East Main Street
P.O. Box 588
Red River, NM 87558
(800) 243-2286

Red River RV Park

The Red River RV Park, located at an elevation of 8,750, resides right in the belly of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range in Red River. The high elevation offers beautiful vistas for all RV sites. In addition to on-site facilities, the RV resort caters to hunters and sportsmen--hunting and fishing opportunities near the resort abound. Campers can also enjoy horseback riding, hiking, and jeep tours while visiting the resort in Red River. For winter campers, the Red River RV Park is just a few short steps--literally walking distance--from the Red River Ski Area.

Red River RV Park
P. O. Box 777
100 High Cost Trail
Red River, New Mexico 87558
(800) 670-3711

Los Campos de Santa Fe

Los Campos de Santa Fe is located only about five miles from the historic and geographically striking Red River area in New Mexico. This state-of-the-art facility includes: pull-through sites, full hook-ups, pool and spa, a walking area, and a large pavilion for meetings and lunching. The site even includes free Wi-Fi hotspots for those who just cannot get away from the real world. Visitors are cautioned to acclimatize prior to any strenuous hiking in the area--the elevation (7260 feet above sea level) is uncommon to most citizens in the US. A couple days of relaxing in the RV park before beginning hiking adventures in the mountains is recommended.

Los Campos de Santa Fe
3574 Cerrillos Rd
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
(800) 852-8160

Article Written By Duncan Jenkins

Based in Eugene, Ore., Duncan Jenkins has been writing finance-related articles since 2008. His specialties include personal finance advice, mortgage/equity loans and credit management. Jenkins obtained his bachelor's degree in English from Clark University.

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