6 Best Albuquerque RV Parks & Campgrounds - RV LIFE (2022)

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Why Do RVer’s Love New Mexico?

New Mexico is a perfect destination for travelers who are looking to enjoy warm weather and beautiful views.

Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and it offers tons of opportunities for locals and tourists alike. It’slocated right along the historic Route 66 and it’s home to the famous International Balloon Fiesta, which will be sponsored by RV LIFE in 2021. You won’t want to miss the upcoming event from October 2-10!

Where to Stay at Albuquerque’s Best RV Parks & Campgrounds

One of the best things for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts is the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds. We’ve compiled 8 of the best Albuquerque RV parks to make your home base while exploring all this area has to offer. You can find more campgrounds on RV LIFE Campgrounds and with the RV LIFE Pro tools.

1. Balloon View RV Park

Balloon View RV Park earned its name because it’s the closest RV park to the famous Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta grounds. If you’re traveling in for an event, you’ll want to reserve a spot early because everyone wants to stay at this comfortable and convenient park.

Additionally, this is one of the best Albuquerque RV parks for big rig owners. The sites are spacious and all of them offer full hookups. Most of them are designed for pull-through entry and exit, so you won’t have a hard time navigating this area!

This park also offers an on-site exercise room as well as bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. You’ll be able to camp in comfort and enjoy the nearby attractions. Check out the Balloon View RV Park website for photos, directions, and reservation information.

2. American RV Resort

American RV Resort is a top-rated destination for Albuquerque visitors. It offers about 236 RV sites with 30/50-amp power as well as cabins with full bathrooms and kitchens. This is a perfect place to host large groups for parties and family reunions. The resort is also packed with attractions and amenities. If you stay here, you’ll have access to:

  • On-site bathhouses
  • A full laundromat
  • Resort clubhouse
  • Dog park
  • Horseshoe pits
  • A heated swimming pool as well as a spa/hot tub
  • Camp store

This resort is also located close to several attractions, so you can find entertainment both inside and outside the camp. The historic old town of Albuquerque is nearby as well as an aquarium and a ton of great restaurants and shops.

(Video) Expanding RV Resorts & RVing The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta! TCRS #47

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American RV Resort – Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds

3. Enchanted Trails RV Park & Trading Post

New Mexico’s state nickname is “The Land of Enchantment.” This RV park strives to live up to that name and has adopted it for its own title. It’s a popular choice for a lot of travelers, and it’s easy to see why when you look at everything they offer.

First of all, this is a very large RV park. It offers 115 sites with full hookups as well as 20 sites that only offer electricity and water. There is also a seasonal swimming pool and spa on-site, lounges, a laundry facility, and a series of shops, exhibits, and historical sites. This RV park also overlooks the city of Albuquerque, giving visitors a great view.

Enchanted Trails RV Park has even been used as a backdrop for a variety of movies, which showcases its scenic beauty. The owners wanted to preserve the rural beauty of this area, but they have also turned it into a comfortable and popular travel destination.

Drivin & Vibin gives the full tour in their video below:

4. El Rancho Mobile Home & RV Park

El Rancho Mobile Home & RV Park provides a comfortable, homey setting for short or long-term stays. This park is filled with hundreds of trees, which visitors will love during hot days. You’ve got built-in shade, even if your RV doesn’t have an awning. The El Rancho RV Park also has paved sidewalks and excellent night lighting. No more stumbling around in the dark when you stay here!

(Video) Route 66 RV Resort, Albuquerque NM | Day 6

This is one of the best Albuquerque RV parks when it comes to location and nearby attractions as well. The park is close to a variety of fun destinations and amenities. Some of these include:

  • Balloon Fiesta Park
  • Old Town Albuquerque
  • Shopping Centers and Restaurants
  • RV Sales and Service Centers for all major manufacturers and appliance brands
  • Kirtland AFB Main Gate
  • New Mexico State Fairgrounds
  • Native American Gathering of Nations

5. Albuquerque Central KOA

When you’re looking for a campground in any state, you can’t go too wrong with a KOA! These parks and campgrounds are held to high standards, and you can expect a certain level of quality from them.

The Albuquerque Central KOA is no exception. This park is great for an overnight stay or an extended vacation. It has comfortable campsites with spaces for RV parking as well as tent sites and cabins. This park is also pet-friendly and has 4 dog parks scattered throughout the area. You won’t have any trouble finding room for your dog to stretch their legs!

In addition, the Albuquerque Central KOA has a ton of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy during their visit. You can take a dip in the huge swimming pool, soak in the indoor hot tub, play a round of mini-golf, and let the kids play on the playground! Since it’s close to the city, you also have access to all the shops, restaurants, and events that are hosted nearby.

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This is one of the best all-around Albuquerque RV parks. Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds

6. High Desert RV Park

This list of the best Albuquerque RV parks wouldn’t be complete without a shout-out to the High Desert RV Park! This is a personal favorite of ours because of the quiet, secluded experience you get while you’re there. After a day of hustle and bustle in the city, it’s nice to have a serene outdoor retreat to come home to.

The High Desert RV Park is affordable and comfortable. It offers 75 sites and you can check in any time of the day. Night check-in makes this park a very convenient choice. It also offers all the comforts you would need, including restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, and an activity center.

(Video) Albuquerque Central KOA RV Park Review

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High Desert RV Park – Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds

Bonus! Route 66 RV Resort

If you don’t mind driving a few extra miles, check out the Route 66 RV Resort, a first class RV Resort located 14 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on historic Route 66.Visitors will discover an upscale RV vacation spot that offers high-end amenities and is located next to the Route 66 Casino Hotel, a Vegas-style casino with restaurants, gaming and live entertainment. Don’t miss this exceptionally well run, and well manicured RV resort.

Route 66 RV Resort has huge, spacious sites.

Learn more about the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.

Their Standard and Box sites offer dry camping in the South View Lot; the Premium Sites include 30-amp power and water. More information can be found on the International Balloon Fiesta website.

(Video) High Desert RV Park Review - Albuquerque, NM

Find more Albuquerque campgrounds

For all of your camping and trip planning needs, look no further than RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard. RV LIFE Campgrounds is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you. With its accompanying RV LIFE App, RV LIFE Trip Wizard gets you to your camping destinations utilizing RV-friendly routes specific to your RV and travel preferences.

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Emily Lawrence

Emily Lawrence lives in Idaho with her husband Nathan. Despite the cold winters in this area, it’s Emily’s favorite season! She loves to spend time skiing, roadtripping, and just exploring the outdoors.

(Video) Route 66 Casino RV Resort Tour

FAQs

What are the dates for the 2023 Albuquerque Balloon Festival? ›

October 12th - 15th, 2023.

Where can I park my trailer for free near me? ›

How To Find Free Overnight RV Parking
  • Truck Stops. Truck stops are one of the most common places where you can park your RV for the night and get some rest without having to pay. ...
  • Walmart Parking Lots. ...
  • National Parks. ...
  • Big Box Stores. ...
  • BLM Land. ...
  • Backcountry Camping. ...
  • Dry Camping.
29 Oct 2020

Can you camp in New Mexico in the winter? ›

New Mexico is undoubtedly one of the best states for winter camping.

Can you camp in New Mexico right now? ›

Camping is permitted within all units of the National Wilderness Preservation System administered by the BLM in New Mexico. However, all motorized and mechanized vehicles and equipment are strictly prohibited in these areas.

How much does it cost to ride in a hot air balloon in Albuquerque? ›

Cost is $300 for adults and $250 for children. World Balloon also offers flights during Balloon Fiesta. All flights are $250, for children and adults. The launch site is five miles west of Balloon Fiesta Park.

How much does it cost to get into the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta? ›

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Announces Pricing for 49th Event
General Admission
Single-Session Adult (13 years & older)$10
Adult (includes admission and parking)$125
Child (4-12 years)$65
Group-Adult (14+ people, 1 vehicle)$105
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27 Mar 2020

How much does it cost to live in an RV? ›

We have seen monthly full time RV living budgets from fellow travelers as low as $1,600 and as high as $5,000. If you really want to go minimal, you can easily live this life for around $1,000 per month by finding a free spot to park your rig for extended periods or by becoming a camp host.

How do I live in an RV full time? ›

10 Tips For Living the Full-Time RV Lifestyle from an RV Newbie
  1. Be Prepared to Boondock. ...
  2. Carry Cash and Change. ...
  3. Download Road Trip Apps. ...
  4. Listen to Podcasts. ...
  5. Get Ready to Downsize. ...
  6. Buy a Space Heater. ...
  7. Stock Up on Antifreeze. ...
  8. Fill Your Cupboards With Healthy Snacks.

What is the meaning of Boondocking? ›

Sometimes referred to as “dry camping,” boondocking is any time you camp in your RV without water, sewer, or electrical connections. That can take the form of parking your rig deep in the backcountry or pulling over at a highway rest stop.

What national parks are in New Mexico? ›

New Mexico has two national parks (Carlsbad Caverns, White Sands), two national historical parks (Chaco Culture, Pecos), one national heritage area (Northern Rio Grande) and 11 national monuments, including four administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Where can I camp in New Mexico in November? ›

5 Perfect Fall Camping Spots in New Mexico
  • Wild Rivers Recreation Area. ...
  • Quemado Lake Recreation Area. ...
  • Percha Dam State Park. ...
  • Mills Canyon. ...
  • Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

Is overnight camping allowed at Caballo Lake? ›

Located 20 miles downstream from Elephant Butte, with the majestic Caballo mountains serving as a backdrop, Caballo Lake offers facilities for RVs, tent camping, boating or kayaking, fishing, and hiking.

Can you sleep at rest stops in New Mexico? ›

Is Overnight Parking Allowed at New Mexico Rest Areas? Yes it is. Because these rest areas are open 24 hours a day, and because you can stay a maximum of 24 hours in a three-day period, you can effectively park overnight at a rest area.

Can you live in an RV in New Mexico? ›

RVs/Mobile homes: On any zoned land, the laws about living in an RV in New Mexico are usually fairly strict. The biggest concern for most counties is that the RV is connected to an onsite sewage system. Earthen homes: Earthen homes are legal in New Mexico.

How much does it cost to camp in New Mexico State Park? ›

Annual Day-Use Permit (valid 12 months from month of purchase)
New Mexico Resident or Non Resident (No Replacement)$40 (No Replacement)
New Mexico Veteran with 50% or more disability – Apply HereNo charge

How much do you tip a hot air balloon pilot? ›

Should we tip our balloon pilot and chase crew? Like all service providers, a gratuity is always appreciated. A typical tip would be 10-20% of the total price.

How should I dress for a hot air balloon ride? ›

Please dress for an outdoor adventure. Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing. Dress in layers with long pants preferably. Ultimately, if you dress to the ground temperature, you should be comfortable in the air as well!

How is the drive from Albuquerque to Santa Fe? ›

On the interstate, Albuquerque to Santa Fe is just 65 miles, or about an hour's drive. The Turquoise Trail, though, takes you up the long way, detouring via Tijeras and Route 14. Although the drive is only a little longer in distance, it'll take 1 hour & 40 minutes because of the lower speed limit.

Is the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta worth it? ›

Balloon fiesta is well worth it!! It is worth the time, money and effort to come see what it is all about. I didn't think that much of hot air balloons but my hubby wanted to come see them. We took our RV and pre-registered to stay in the RV campsite, which is next to the balloon park.

Do they weigh you before hot air balloon ride? ›

This weight is affected by the ambient temperature around the balloon and at what altitude it is flying. Before a flight, the pilot uses the passenger's weight to decide how many people can go in each basket. Weight limitations will vary from one commercial ride company to another.

How much is the balloon glow in Albuquerque? ›

Tickets. Tickets for the Albuquerque Balloon Festival is $15 per person per session. Most days have a morning and evening session. If you leave the park in between, you will have to purchase another ticket.

Is it financially smart to live in an RV? ›

It is financially smart to live in an RV. Living in an RV means living a lot smaller with a lot less stuff. You have less room for everything – clothes, toys, tools and more saving you a lot of money. Along with less space, you save on utilities and home-improvement projects if you own your home.

Is living in an RV cheaper than a house? ›

So the initial cost of RV living is certainly lower than buying a house, and you'll save money by not having to stay at expensive RV parks every night. After all, the average cost of an RV park is around $30 a day.

Is full time RV living worth it? ›

Whether you plan to explore beautiful destinations or settle into a convenient park, RV living can be economical and satisfying. There are more than a million Americans who live in their RV full-time. Many say they are happier and that the full-time RV lifestyle has improved their relationships.

What is the most popular RV for full time living? ›

The Best RV for Full Time Living: Top 7 Names
  • Keystone Montana: Best Full-time 5th Wheel.
  • Northwood Arctic Fox: Best Full-time Travel Trailer.
  • Newmar Dutch Star: Best Class A Motorhome.
  • Airstream Interstate: Best Class B RV.
  • Thor Four Winds: Best Class C RV.
  • Grand Design Reflection.
  • Roadtrek CS Adventurous.

Where is the best place to live in an RV? ›

13 Best Places to park your RV to live
  • Workkamping. This is a tried and true method of securing a spot to live in your RV. ...
  • Amazon Camperforce. ...
  • National/State Park host. ...
  • County Parks. ...
  • Bureau of Land Management Lands. ...
  • Park your RV at approved businesses. ...
  • Membership Clubs. ...
  • Discount RV Clubs.
7 May 2021

How many days can you dry camp in an RV? ›

14 days is typically the maximum amount of time most RVers can dry camp before needing to dump their tanks, charge their batteries, or add gas or oil to their generator. But if you're brand new to RV life, you probably don't want to go more than a few days at first until you get more familiar with camping and your RV.

How many days can you boondock? ›

Long-term boondocking means dispersed camping at a location for an extended period. While many boondocking spots have stay limits ranging from five to 14 days, long-term areas allow RVers to stay up to seven months. You can use Long-Term Visitor Areas managed by the Bureau of Land Management.

Can you live in an RV without hookups? ›

Dry camping, also referred to as boondocking, is camping in your RV without hookups. No electricity, water or sewer connections.

What state has most National Parks? ›

California has the most with nine, followed by Alaska with eight, Utah with five, and Colorado with four.

What is the name of the new National Park in New Mexico? ›

New Mexico's White Sands is the newest national park. These places might be next. The sun rises over the gypsum dunes of White Sands National Park, New Mexico—the 62nd national park in the United States, designated in December 2019.

What is Carlsbad New Mexico known for? ›

Carlsbad, NM—known as the Pride of the Pecos—is most famous for Carlsbad Caverns National Park. But the city also boasts an interesting history, as well as a wide array of art and cultural attractions. With a temperate climate and 350 plus days of sunshine a year, any time of year is perfect to come explore.

Can you camp for free in New Mexico? ›

Can I Go Boondocking in New Mexico? Absolutely, the Land of Enchantment has over two million acres of BLM land, nine national monuments, two national parks, and five national forests (Carson, Cibola, Lincoln, Gila, and Santa Fe), many of which you can camp for free in! Most of which are first-come, first-served.

Are New Mexico state parks still closed to non residents? ›

The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department's State Parks Division announced that day-use is open immediately for all visitors! Texans are welcome once again in New Mexico! To comply with COVID-19 restrictions, New Mexico had closed their state parks to non-residents for awhile.

Is Pecos Canyon open? ›

Area Status: Closed

The Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District is home to the iconic Pecos Wilderness, and the headwaters of the Pecos River originate from the district. A vast system of trails provide plenty of day hiking and backpacking for adventure seekers of all levels.

How much does it cost to camp in Caballo Lake? ›

RATES: Daily: $10 for a developed site. $18 for a site with hookups (dump station, not sewer).

Why is Bonito Lake closed? ›

The Bonito Lake project is happening due to damage sustained at the lake following the 2012 Little Bear Fire. The repairs are expected to be completed in Summer 2022, weather permitting.

Are dogs allowed at Caballo Lake? ›

Pets are welcome. Dogs must remain on a leash and be cleaned up after.

Can you sleep in Walmart parking lot? ›

To spend the entire night without becoming a trespasser, you will need permission. Such permission could be from the property owner or whoever they have designated to manage or secure their property. All this legal jargon means that you need to ask permission before sleeping in a Walmart parking lot.

Can you sleep in RV at Walmart? ›

Can I park my RV at a Walmart store? While we do not offer electrical service or accommodations typically necessary for RV customers, Walmart values RV travelers and considers them among our best customers. Consequently, we do permit RV parking on our store parking lots as we are able.

Why are all the rest stops closed in New Mexico? ›

Almost half of New Mexico's public rest stops would be closed because of a funding shortfall, according to the state's Department of Transportation. The New Mexico DOT has chosen 14 of the state's 32 rest stops — 13 full-time and one seasonal — for possible closure soon.

Do you need a special license to drive an RV in New Mexico? ›

New Mexico – Need Class E Non-Commercial License. North Carolina – Need Class A Non-Commercial License if vehicle is less than 26,000 pounds; need Class B Non-Commercial License if vehicle is more than 26,000 pounds. Nevada – Need Class B Non-Commercial License if vehicle is more than 26,000 pounds.

How long can you park an RV on the street in Albuquerque? ›

RVs, boats and boat trailers may be parked inside or outside in a side yard or rear yard, provided that no part of the unit extends over the public sidewalk. The unit can only be used for dwelling purposes for a maximum of 14 days.

Do you need a CDL to drive an RV in New Mexico? ›

Yes, a Class E (CDL exempt) License is needed for vehicles that are registered and used as RVs. Yes, a Class A or B Non-Commercial License if vehicle is more than 26,000 pounds; requires an “R” recreational vehicle endorsement.

How long can you stay in New Mexico State Parks? ›

Stay Limit

Campers may stay in a park for a maximum of 14 days during a 20-day period. during the 20-day period.

Does New Mexico have a state park pass? ›

New Mexico State Parks Pass Offer

You can now purchase the New Mexico State Parks Passes online! Select an Annual Day Use Pass and/or an Annual Camping Pass.

Do New Mexico state parks have showers? ›

New Mexico state park campgrounds are surprisingly developed for their cost. Shelters, picnic tables, and grills are included at most sites. Many have restrooms, showers, potable water, and central dump stations in addition to visitor centers, playgrounds, and activities.

Where can I park my RV for free in San Diego? ›

The Best Free Camping Near San Diego
  • Yaqui Wash Primitive Campground.
  • Arroyo Tapiado Mud Caves.
  • Corte Madera Mountain.
  • Pine Creek Road Dispersed Camping.
  • Blair Valley.
  • Culp Valley Primitive Campground.
  • Fish Creek Wash Primitive Campsite.
27 Apr 2021

Where can I park my RV for free in California? ›

Free California RV camping is available on public lands administered by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) and the USFS (US Forest Service). State parks, US Army Corps of Engineers, Fish and Wildlife Service, and more allow free RV camping.

Is it illegal to park a trailer on the street UK? ›

Vehicles with a maximum laden weight of over 7.5 tonnes (including any trailer) MUST NOT be parked on a verge, pavement or any land situated between carriageways, without police permission. The only exception is when parking is essential for loading and unloading, in which case the vehicle MUST NOT be left unattended.

Can car trailer be left on the road? ›

on lighting at night. "224: ... Other vehicles and trailers, and all vehicles with projecting loads, MUST NOT be left on a road at night without lights. This implies trailer owner is offending if trailer isn't lit at night, 30 mph limit or no.

Can you sleep on the beach in San Diego? ›

Beach camping in San Diego is limited to just a few options. Luckily two of the best campgrounds are large and right above the beach. Both are open to tent campers in addition to RVs. Another privately-owned campground is on the shore of Mission Bay with loads of toys and activities for kids and families.

Is it safe to sleep in a car in San Diego? ›

It's not technically illegal to sleep in your car, especially if you're catching some shut-eye on a city sidewalk. However, overnight sleeping in your car on public streets and spaces is illegal in most cities throughout Southern California.

Can you sleep in your car overnight in San Diego? ›

The ordinance makes it illegal for residents to sleep in their vehicles from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. or at any time within 500 feet of a residence or school, excluding colleges and universities. The ordinance considers residents to be living in their vehicle if they use it for things like sleeping, bathing or preparing meals.

Can I park my RV in front of my house in California? ›

A recreational vehicle may be parked in a residential parking space or driveway for periods not to exceed seven days in any one-month period for the purpose of housing guests of on-site residents only.

How can I camp for cheap? ›

These tips will help reduce cost on all fronts, so you can plan a budget-friendly camping trip the whole family will enjoy.
  1. Rent or Borrow Equipment. ...
  2. Check Out Thrift Stores and the REI Garage Sale. ...
  3. Use What You Have at Home. ...
  4. Camp Close to Home. ...
  5. Fill Up On Cheap Gas. ...
  6. Cook Simple Meals Over the Campfire. ...
  7. Make a Meal Plan.
14 Aug 2019

How long can you park an RV on the street in California? ›

030 Parking prohibited – Exceptions. A. It is unlawful for a person to park or leave standing any recreational vehicle on any public street, park, square, avenue, alley or public way in the city between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

Can I park on a single white line outside my house? ›

White lines are used to discourage people parking from there, but it's not legally enforceable. You can only request an owner to move their vehicle. So, as long as the driveway isn't blocked, it isn't illegal to park on the solid white line outside your flat.

Can my Neighbour park on my dropped kerb? ›

Your family and visitors to your property can park in front of the dropped kerb outside your property with your permission. They still need a visitor permit, if parking in a controlled parking zone (CPZ). If the dropped kerb is shared with a neighbour, then they cannot park there.

Is it illegal to park on a corner? ›

Parking near junctions, corners, or hills

For safety reasons, it's illegal to park within 10m of a junction, unless road markings indicate otherwise. You also shouldn't park near the brow of a hill or a humpback bridge, as oncoming traffic may not see your parked car until it's too late.

Do I have to use towing mirrors? ›

Do I need towing mirrors? Yes. If your caravan is wider than your tow vehicle it restricts the view – and the driver's and passenger side car mirrors can't see through the caravan. So your towing mirrors extend the view from the driver's position to the back of the caravan and the blind spot to the side of it.

Can I street park a trailer? ›

It is unlawful for any person to park any trailer at any time on any street unless that trailer is attached to a motorized vehicle. 3.

Does tow bar need to be level? ›

Three inches above or below level is the 'Safe Zone' for motorhome-mounted tow bars. Car-mounted tow bars must be approximately level. It's easy to bring an out-of-level tow bar into the Safe Zone — use one of ROADMASTER's hitch accessories to raise or lower the motorhome hitch receiver.

Why Do RVer’s Love New Mexico?New Mexico is a perfect destination for travelers who are looking to enjoy warm weather and beautiful views.Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and it offers tons of opportunities for locals and tourists alike. It’slocated right along the historic Route 66 and...

One of the best things for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts is the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds.. You can find more campgrounds on RV LIFE Campgrounds and with the RV LIFE Pro tools.. If you’re traveling in for an event, you’ll want to reserve a spot early because everyone wants to stay at this comfortable and convenient park.. You’ll be able to camp in comfort and enjoy the nearby attractions.. The historic old town of Albuquerque is nearby as well as an aquarium and a ton of great restaurants and shops.. American RV Resort – Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds. This RV park also overlooks the city of Albuquerque, giving visitors a great view.. When you’re looking for a campground in any state, you can’t go too wrong with a KOA!. In addition, the Albuquerque Central KOA has a ton of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy during their visit.. Since it’s close to the city, you also have access to all the shops, restaurants, and events that are hosted nearby.. This is one of the best all-around Albuquerque RV parks.. It offers 75 sites and you can check in any time of the day.. Route 66 RV Resort has huge, spacious sites.. If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.. Their Standard and Box sites offer dry camping in the South View Lot; the Premium Sites include 30-amp power and water.

Travelers and outdoor enthusiasts will love the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds that are available in New Mexico.

One of the best things for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts is the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds.. We’ve compiled 8 of the best Albuquerque RV parks to make your home base while exploring all this area has to offer.. You can find more campgrounds on Campground Reviews and with the RV LIFE Pro tools .. If you’re traveling in for an event, you’ll want to reserve a spot early because everyone wants to stay at this comfortable and convenient park.. American RV Resort – Photo via Campground Reviews New Mexico’s state nickname is “The Land of Enchantment.” This RV park strives to live up to that name and has adopted it for its own title.. This RV park also overlooks the city of Albuquerque, giving visitors a great view.. In addition, the Albuquerque Central KOA has a ton of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy during their visit.. This is one of the best all-around Albuquerque RV parks.. Photo via Campground Reviews This list of the best Albuquerque RV parks wouldn’t be complete without a shout-out to the High Desert RV Park !. It offers 75 sites and you can check in any time of the day.. High Desert RV Park – Photo via Campground Reviews If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.. Their Standard and Box sites offer dry camping in the South View Lot; the Premium Sites include 30-amp power and water.. Despite the cold winters in this area, it’s Emily’s favorite season!

6 Best Albuquerque RV Parks & CampgroundsNew Mexico is a perfect destination for travelers who are looking to enjoy warm weather and beautiful views. Albuquerqu

One of the best things for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts is the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds.. We’ve compiled 8 of the best Albuquerque RV parks to make your home base while exploring all this area has to offer.. If you’re traveling in for an event, you’ll want to reserve a spot early because everyone wants to stay at this comfortable and convenient park.. American RV Resort is a top-rated destination for Albuquerque visitors.. On-site bathhouses. A full laundromat. Resort clubhouse. Dog park. Horseshoe pits. A heated swimming pool as well as a spa/hot tub. Camp store. This resort is also located close to several attractions, so you can find entertainment both inside and outside the camp.. The historic old town of Albuquerque is nearby as well as an aquarium and a ton of great restaurants and shops.. This RV park also overlooks the city of Albuquerque, giving visitors a great view.. Balloon Fiesta Park. Old Town Albuquerque. Shopping Centers and Restaurants. RV Sales and Service Centers for all major manufacturers and appliance brands. Kirtland AFB Main Gate. New Mexico State Fairgrounds. Native American Gathering of Nations When you’re looking for a campground in any state, you can’t go too wrong with a KOA!. In addition, the Albuquerque Central KOA has a ton of activities and amenities for guests to enjoy during their visit.. It offers 75 sites and you can check in any time of the day.. High Desert RV Park – Photo via Campground Reviews. If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.. Their Standard and Box sites offer dry camping in the South View Lot; the Premium Sites include 30-amp power and water.

Why Do RVer’s Love New Mexico?New Mexico is a perfect destination for travelers who are looking to enjoy warm weather and beautiful views.Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and it offers tons of opportunities for locals and tourists alike. It’slocated right along the historic Route 66 and...

You can find more campgrounds on RV LIFE Campgrounds and with the RV LIFE Pro tools.. Balloon View RV Park earned its name because it’s the closest RV park to the famous Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta grounds.. This list of the best Albuquerque RV parks wouldn’t be complete without a shout-out to the High Desert RV Park !. If you don’t mind driving a few extra miles, check out the Route 66 RV Resort, a first class RV Resort located 14 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on historic Route 66.Visitors will discover an upscale RV vacation spot that offers high-end amenities and is located next to the Route 66 Casino Hotel, a Vegas-style casino with restaurants, gaming and live entertainment.. For all of your camping and trip planning needs, look no further than RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard .. RV LIFE Campgrounds is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you.. With its accompanying RV LIFE App, RV LIFE Trip Wizard gets you to your camping destinations utilizing RV-friendly routes specific to your RV and travel preferences.

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Why You’ll Love It: Route 6r RV Resort is a new park with many amenities, and steps from the casino and restaurant.. Albuquerque, NM RV Park Vibe: 8, great NM landscaping and the pool looks like an oasis in the desert.. Prices are a good deal.. Prices vary from $41 for a back-in site to $51 for a big rig pull thru site.. Albuquerque, NM RV Park Vibe: 7, Not everyone had a great experience here, but those who did recommend this resort to others.. Albuquerque, NM RV Park Vibe : 9, seems to have great reviews and helpful, knowledgeable staff.

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Albuquerque is the most populated city in New Mexico, so travelers can expect to find a bustling city when they visit!. There are countless ways to spend your time if you’re planning on camping near Albuquerque, and it’s impossible to see everything on one trip.. So, if you plan to travel through Albuquerque or stay there for a few days, you’ll want to maximize your time.. Plan your travels with RV LIFE Trip Wizard and the RV LIFE App to find even more points of interest along the way.. The hot, dry climate of this area is perfect for flying hot air balloons, and you’ll see hundreds of them during this fiesta.. If you plan your trip ahead of time and have some animal-loving kids, you could even register for some of the youth camps and classes that are offered by this BioPark.. VisitorCostAdults (13-64):$14.50Seniors (65+):$7.50Youth (3-12) :$6Children under 2:Free Additional ticket information can be found here This is a popular destination, so you’ll want to reserve your tickets ahead of time to make sure you get a spot.. If you’re all about sightseeing when you’re camping near Albuquerque, you may want to book a ride on the Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway!. Old Town Albuquerque has been a popular destination for many years.. Even as time passed and a large city grew up around it, Old Town has been preserved as a historical destination.. There are lots of hiking and riding trails in Albuquerque and it’s fun to explore nature from a horse’s back.. Trail rides cost $80 per person and there are two scheduled rides per day.. For all of your camping and trip planning needs, look no further than RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard .. RV LIFE Campgrounds is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you.. With its accompanying RV LIFE App , RV LIFE Trip Wizard gets you to your camping destinations utilizing RV-friendly routes specific to your RV and travel preferences.

Why Do RVer’s Love New Mexico?New Mexico is a perfect destination for travelers who are looking to enjoy warm weather and beautiful views.Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and it offers tons of opportunities for locals and tourists alike. It’slocated right along the historic Route 66 and...

One of the best things for travelers and outdoor enthusiasts is the large number of Albuquerque RV parks and campgrounds.. We’ve compiled 8 of the best Albuquerque RV parks to make your home base while exploring all this area has to offer.. You can find more campgrounds on RV LIFE Campgrounds and with the RV LIFE Pro tools.. Balloon View RV Park earned its name because it’s the closest RV park to the famous Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta grounds.. American RV Resort – Photo via RV LIFE Campgrounds. This is one of the best Albuquerque RV parks when it comes to location and nearby attractions as well.. This list of the best Albuquerque RV parks wouldn’t be complete without a shout-out to the High Desert RV Park !. If you don’t mind driving a few extra miles, check out the Route 66 RV Resort, a first class RV Resort located 14 miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on historic Route 66.Visitors will discover an upscale RV vacation spot that offers high-end amenities and is located next to the Route 66 Casino Hotel, a Vegas-style casino with restaurants, gaming and live entertainment.. If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.. For all of your camping and trip planning needs, look no further than RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard .. RV LIFE Campgrounds is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you.. With its accompanying RV LIFE App, RV LIFE Trip Wizard gets you to your camping destinations utilizing RV-friendly routes specific to your RV and travel preferences.

RV camping near Albuquerque offers the chance to see amazing sights and indulge in the century-old culture. These top 5 adventures are sure to keep you busy while RVing through New Mexico.

RV camping is one of the best ways to explore a new city, giving you the freedom to roam and ability to park when you find something exciting.. Interested in getting in a balloon?. For anyone RV camping near Albuquerque, this is a breathtaking way to enjoy the horizon and see the city from far above.. For the hikers vising the city, Albuquerque has a lot to offer those who want to take a day to hike a beautiful trail with a sight to see.. RV camping near Albuquerque offers the chance to see amazing sights and indulge in the century-old culture.. These top 5 adventures are sure to keep you busy while RVing through New Mexico and offer a retreat into the city to explore.. For all of your camping and trip planning needs, look no further than RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard .. RV LIFE Campgrounds is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you.

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The campground offers a variety of sites available for tent and RV camping.. Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Biking, Day use area. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side.. Read more about Cochiti Area Recreation Area, NM Cochiti Lake Road, Cochiti Lake, NM. Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Swimming site, Paddling, Biking, Day use area. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side.. Read more about Tetilla Peak Recreation Area, NM Tetilla Peak Road, Cochiti Lake, NM. Read more about Albuquerque North / Bernalillo KOA, NM The next time you are looking to vacation with your pets and the family too, RV camping at Albuquerque KOA in New Mexico might be just the ticket.. Read more about Coronado Campground, NM How much does camping cost in Albuquerque?. Camping at an RV park costs more than a campground stay.

The Albuquerque International Hot Air Balloon Festival / Fiesta is incredibly popular among people who RV so it can be difficult to find an RV park close by the festival as they book up quickly. This list provides all of the 23 RV parks and campgrounds within 25 miles of the festival to help you find a site.

RV parks and campgrounds in the Albuquerque, NM areaThe list of RV parks provided below includes all locations within 25 miles of the Albuquerque fairgrounds.. RV Park at the Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Festival Address: 5000 Balloon Fiesta Pkwy NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 0 miles Description: 1,200+ sites.. Photo credit: Balloon View Homes & RV Park Address: 500 Tyler Rd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 5 miles Description: 87 pull-through sites with full hookups.. Address: 201 Wyoming Blvd SE # 90, Albuquerque, NM 87123 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 12 miles Description: 86 sites with full hookups.. 70 sites.. Photo credit: Stage Coach RV Park Address: 3650 State Highway 528 NE, Riorancho, NM 87144 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 14 miles Description: 85 paved pull-through spaces with full hookups. Photo credit: Enchanted Trails RV Park & Trading Post Address: 14305 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87121 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 19 miles Description: 135 sites.115 pull-through full hook-up sites Discount: Enchanted Trails RV Park and Trading Post is a member of the Passport America 50% off campgrounds membership program.. Photo credit: Isleta Casino and Resort Address: 4051 New Mexico 327, Albuquerque NM 87105 Distance to Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta: 21 miles Description: 50 full hook-up sites

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The city is home to world-class foods, arts and culture, performing arts and a world of outdoor fun, so for your next camping escape, Albuquerque is a great spot!. When you visit, you'll see local pride displayed through various art forms, so get ready for the over 100 art galleries filled with fine art, authentic Southwestern jewelry, pottery and contemporary art, plus there's a ton of public art pieces and murals.. Of the numerous great galleries in the city, Yucca Art Gallery, 516 ARTS, Oro Fine Art Gallery and Levy Gallery are the most popular.. There's never a dull night in the city, so if you're an urban adventurer, there's plenty of concert venues, nightlife, restaurants and more in and near the city’s casinos and resorts, and of course these resorts offer plenty of gambling opportunities, table games, poker, slots, bingo, spas and golf courses.. Albuquerque’s Museum of Art and History has exhibits on the city’s origins as a Spanish colonial village, which will give you a whole new perspective on our city.

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TOP RV CAMPING TIPS FOR BALLOON FIESTA ALBUQUERQUE EVENING GLOW | RV LIFE. Using the AllStays Pro app , I identified RV parks and campgrounds within 25 miles of the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta fairgrounds.. The others are open to reservations by the general public and include private RV parks, city/county RV parks, and casinos.. This years festival will be the first in a series of get-togethers called RV Bucket List Experiences hosted by RV LIFE.. Daily Social Sessions in each RV Lot Access to the VIP Tent on Fiesta Field Drawings to win lots of great products, including the chance to win an RV site at the Fiesta or a balloon ride!. Meeting RV influencers and attending educational get-togethers Connecting with over 29 RV groups to find your favorites RVers attending the event or traveling in the area will be invited to the RV LIFE VIP tent on the launch field and to multiple special gatherings during the event by checking in with the RV LIFE app .. RV Camping at the Albuquerque, New Mexico Balloon Fiesta. We made it to the official RV campground for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, which for our campsite, was really just a glorified parking lot.. Standard lot: Dry camping, glorified parking lot, which is where we stayed and it was fine Box view: Dry camping, view of the launch field Premium: 30 amp electrical connection and water connection VIP: Dry camping, adjacent to the launch field Presidents compound: Sites on a bluff overlooking the launch field with water and 30 and 50 amp electrical connections. Campground Reviews is a trusted source of campground and RV park reviews offered by camping and RV enthusiasts just like you.. With its accompanying RV LIFE App , RV Trip Wizard gets you to your camping destinations utilizing RV-friendly routes specific to your RV and travel preferences.. If you plan on visiting the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you may also be able to reserve an RV or tent site at the park.. Leashed pets are allowed in the Fiesta RV Park, but no pets are allowed on the Balloon Launch Field at all.

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