LoW-Hi RV Ranch, Deming's Garden Gem

(2) Reviews

1795 O Kelley Road Southeast, Deming, NM, 88030

All of our 50 Full Hook Up sites are pull through and big rig friendly even if you're pulling another vehicle. We also have both 50 & 30 amp service. Besides our easy access sites, we are Deming's Garden Gem with fountains and strolling paths throughout our 20 acres. The club, Loners on Wheels, purchased "The Ranch" located in Deming, New Mexico in 1996 and there were eight full hookups and has now been expanded to sixty-five hookups and a large vehicle storage area. There is a cozy building we call the Bunkhouse where coffee is served in the mornings, social hour in the afternoons, and where meetings are held. It's also our library, craft, games and TV room. Our memory room features the history of the LoWs Club. We have beautiful, immaculate shower facilities and laundry area. There are regular activities and trips in which all are invited to participate. Low Hi RV Ranch is a Passport America and RoverPass participating park and is open to all RVers. Membership with the Loners on Wheels is not required.

Last Updated: 12/29/2021

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Electric/Water $12.00 $72.00 $160.00 See More
Electric/Water 40' $14.00 $82.00 $160.00 See More
Full Hook-up $14.00 $84.00 $180.00 See More
Full Hook-up 40' $16.00 $96.00 $180.00 See More

20 Amps

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50 Amps


Big Rig Friendly

Community BBQ/Grill

Community Fire Pit

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Community Water Fountain

Dump Station

Gasoline Nearby

Laundry Facilities

Pet Friendly

Sewer Hookups

Water Hookups



Gravel Roads


Beer/Wine Tasting



Historic Sightseeing


Scenic Drives


Wildlife Viewing

1795 O Kelley Road Southeast, Deming, NM, 88030
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Overall Rating: 2.5

This has many seniors that live at the Low-Hi RV Ranch in Deming, New Mexico full-time. There are also “questionable” occupants with RV's that have broken taped windows and amounts of debris left outside. The park has some dogs contained outside RV's in pens that are not secure and/or tied up on leads. My small dog and I were attacked on Christmas Day by a large mixed breed dog that appeared to have pit-bull and/or rottweiler. People in the park had said it wasn't the first time the dog had escaped. The dog was barking and snarling as I was walking by and apparently broke down the flimsy wire pen to attack. I was able to scoop up my dog and kept turning away while the dog was attacking. After taking my dog to the vet, he said I was VERY LUCKY and it was good I was able to pick up my dog to protect her. (See vet photos...) The people that work in the office DID NOT CALL the manager (who lives offsite) saying that “they didn't want to bother him on Christmas Day.” The sheriff did come to investigate, but it took three days for Animal Control to finally arrive and check that the dog had a rabies vaccination. I suspect that the Low-Hi Ranch wants to “keep this quiet,” but people (and especially small dog owners) need to know to protect themselves and their pets.

Sue Critz

We stayed here not long ago while doing some area rockhounding. The sites are spacious with all the amenities. The Bunkhouse is a pleasant place to relax and chat with other campers. They have a great book exchange if you're needing some fresh reading material. The staff is super friendly, and the price more than reasonable. About the only detraction was the lack of WiFi capability. It's there, but bandwidth is too low to gain access. As I'm an editor and author, this was a bit of a minus for me, as I work when I'm on the road and really need WiFi. But would we stay again? Certainly!