RV Parks in Gallup, New Mexico

RV Parks in Gallup, New Mexico
Gallup, New Mexico is the gateway to the Four Corners region, the painted desert and the petrified forest. The area is also one of the major Native American areas in the United States, with several tribes having their headquarters there. Historic Route 66 also passes through Gallup, making it a tourist attraction for different reasons. The area has majestic desert views and outdoor adventures to pursue.


You can taste a piece of history by camping on historic Route 66 at USA RV Park in Gallup, New Mexico. The campground is near tribal parks of Mesa Verde, El Morrow, Windo Rock, Four Corners and Monument Valley.

This campground has 119 large sites that can take any size of RV. Of the 119, 87 have full hookups and 32 have water and electricity only. Almost all, 103, of the sites are pull-through. There are also 10 tent sites that have electric hookups.

USA RV Park has cable TV and Wi-Fi with a fee. There are bathrooms, showers and laundry facilities available. The convenience store has ice and some groceries and camping supplies. There is a recreation hall, planned activities, a playground and sports fields.


2925 W. Historic Highway 66

Gallup, NM 87301



KOA at Gallup

The KOA at Gallup is also on historic Route 66 and very close to Interstate 40. It is a gateway to Native American country, and is a short drive to Canyon de Chelly and Chaco Canyon.

The Gallup KOA has 48 sites, 42 of which have full hookups. Nine sites have 50 amp connections available. There are nine tent sites, as well as one- and two-room cabins.

This campground is open year-round and some sites are handicapped accessible. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are included in the price of the campsite.

The campground has restrooms, showers and laundry. The convenience store has some RV supplies and groceries. A pool, hot tub and a pavilion are available for public use.

KOA Kampgrounds

3900 E. Historic Highway 66

Gallup, NM 87301



Red Rock Park

Red Rock Park is at the small town of Church Rock, 16 miles north of Gallup. The campground has huge red rocks behind it that create a breathtaking display as the sun goes down. You may also climb to the top of church rock, which is difficult, but there is an amazing view. The park also has a museum of prehistoric Anasazi, Hopi and Navajo art. There are also exhibits of local history from the 1880s. Many hiking trails are in the area.

This park has 300 sites, with 250 having water and electricity and 50 having no hookups. More than half of the sites are pull-through sites, and all the sites are large. There are 20, 30 and 50 amp connections available. Sites have grills and picnic tables.

Red Rock Park

State Highway 118

Gallup, NM 87301



Article Written By James Jordan

James Jordan has been a writer and photographer since 1980. He has worked for newspapers in Arkansas, Tennessee, South Carolina and Kansas, winning state press association awards for writing, photography and page design. In 1995 he received his master's in Christian education and completed two years of Ancient Greek at the graduate level. Jordan holds a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.

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