Three Rivers Trading Post

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9667 US-54, Tularosa, NM, 88352

The Three Rivers Trading Post is located in Tularosa, New Mexico and as the name suggests, is perfect for touring the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site. The trading post is also world-class, offering campers a pick of the best local arts and craft, each unique piece holding some historic or cultural significance. Fall in love with the southwest at this park, where there's so much of nature to explore. Hike the gorgeous desert vistas, or mountain bike the hills around the campground. There's also so much stargazing to be done, so settle in at dusk to enjoy the reds and oranges of an iconic New Mexico sunset and strap in for the nighttime light show. We offer full 30/50 amp sites along with a general store. Whether its for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 03/20/2023

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9667 US-54, Tularosa, NM, 88352
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Overall Rating: 3.6

William Murphy

Ok for overnight but this place is badly in need of repair. First spot had a bad power pole, maintenance guy looked at me like I just created more work for him. Dogs running loose, the big one is friendly, the smaller pit is not.

James Burford

We just stayed one day which was plenty. Friendly staff and dogs associated with the property. However, those dogs were running loose and our dogs are smaller and were intimidated. Only 6(?) sites. 2 of them seemed to be occupied by seasonal campers and 1 permanent mobile home on the edge of camping area. Kind of in the middle of nowhere, as expected, but the place was a bit rundown. OK for an overnight but did not feel very safe. No one else around for miles except the full timers.

Allister Gunn

Quite and peaceful. Had a restful weekend.

Allister Gunn

Only thing I had as a negative was other campers not keeping their dogs leashed.

Ernest Chavez

Small RV park. I would have given it five but there was an over abundance of ants near our spot and they are right between a railroad track and the highway. If you are a sound sleeper and noise won’t bother you it’s a decent place to stay. And if the petroglyphs had been open it would have made it better. We were just passing through and stayed one night