Little Creek RV Park

(2) Reviews

290 State Highway 220, Ruidoso, NM, 88312

The Little Creek RV Park is a 12-acre luxury camping area, standing at over 7,300 feet in Ruidoso. Enjoy the sights and excellent hiking and biking opportunities from the nearby Sacramento Mountains. Explore the breathtaking natural terrain near the campground where the flora and fauna are wild and thriving. Keep your eyes open for beautiful birds adding pops of color to the trees, and deer wandering around just off the hiking paths. Also remember to look up and soak in the sunrises and sunsets that New Mexico is famous for. When you're ready, head down to the city to enjoy the casino, horse racing and great night life of Ruisodo, not to mention the great shopping and dining options. 

Amenities include: pull thrus, big rig access, WIFI, water, sewerage and 30/50 amp sites. We hope to see you soon!

290 State Highway 220, Ruidoso, NM, 88312
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Overall Rating: 4.5

Suzanne Brewer

Currently staying at this location. Very nice with lots of trees. There are a handfull of sites that do not have trees and not a lot of shade but most of us have awnings that fix that issue. There are some sites that are backed up against their storage area. They have a fence that is between the site and storage area as well as between the individual sites. This provides some nice privacy as well as a great wind block to cook outside and enjoy the outdoors. There are a lot of sites taken by those staying for a longer period of time so need to book early to get a spot before they book up for the season. The staff here are very nice and have been very helpful with info on businesses and sites nearby. One suggestion we loved was the Fri Fish Fry at Alto Cafe! Every morning we have seen either deer or elk across the ravine and lots of birds everywhere. They have a nice little dog park for your fur babies to meet new friends too. They have 2 showers that we did not use but looked very clean. They also have a laundry room, a putting green, horseshoes and corn hole game for use. All sites have gravel which makes it nice for when it rains. If you are a history buff, go check out Fort Staton. Unfortunately their country store does not have much in it, so be prepared to drive into Ruidoso which is not far if you need supplies. The only reason that I'm giving this place 4 stars is because there are no fire pits to enjoy. I understand them not having fire pits because they have had a fire so close, but even a community one for all to enjoy for a couple of hours at night would be a nice addition to the park. We are enjoying our time here and are already making plans to return.

Lynda Hail

This park is the best in the Ruidoso area by far. Friendly and quiet.