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  • Turner Inn & RV Park

    • 4.0
    • 20.7 miles away.
  • The Turner RV Park is located in Mountainair, and is conveniently located near a number of excellent attractions. Look forward to a one hour drive from Albuquerque, where you can find a number of great activities, shops and restaurants. Most people visit for the International Balloon Festival, as well as sight seeing the beautiful terrain of the city. The park is also close to the fourth of July mountains and the Salinas Pueblos Missions National Monument.  The Salinas Pueblo Monuments are some close sights to go see in New Mexico. There are 3 different ruins to see, one is 8 miles away, another 11 miles away, and the third is 25 miles away.
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  • Prices starting at
    $28 starting/night
  • Manzano Mountains Sp

    • 21.1 miles away.
  • The Mansano Mountains State Park is located in Mountainair, New Mexico and at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, it is known for its wonderfully cool temperatures and outdoor activities. Campers head there for the excellent set and interpretive trails for hiking and biking. The park associations also holds educational programs which is great for campers hoping to learn more about the wildlife and where to catch glimpses of the various birds that call the park home. The area is also perfect for sight seeing; look up at dawn or dusk to see the iconic New Mexico sky and pause in awe over those spectacular reds and oranges. 
  • Manzano Mountains State Park Campground

    • 28.6 miles away.
  • The Manzano Mountains State Park is located in Mountainair and is a perfect site for a quiet and peaceful getaway in the lush mountains of New Mexico. Look forward to an ideal opportunity to photograph the landscape, as well as the excellent interpretive trails for hiking and biking. 
  • Manzano Mountains State Park

    • 28.5 miles away.
  • The Mansano Mountains State Park is located in Mountainair, New Mexico and at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, it is known for its wonderfully cool temperatures and outdoor activities. Campers head there for the excellent set and interpretive trails for hiking and biking. The park associations also holds educational programs which is great for campers hoping to learn more about the wildlife and where to catch glimpses of the various birds that call the park home. The area is also perfect for sight seeing; look up at dawn or dusk to see the iconic New Mexico sky and pause in awe over those spectacular reds and oranges.   
  • Vaughn RV Park

    • 4.5
    • 38.1 miles away.
  • The Vaughn RV Park is located in Vaughn, New Mexico and is perfect for a quiet, easy-going visit to the southwest. Look forward to gorgeous desert vistas and flora, and pleasant, cool breezes. Campers especially love this spot for expansive, clear skies and the excellent stargazing it offers. Look up at dawn, dusk or at night time to experience the true beauty of the southwest through those spectacular reds and oranges. The park is conveniently located around several store and gas stations for supplies, and restaurants that give visitors an opportunity to experience the culinary creativity of the locals. 
  • New Canyon Campground

    • 22.9 miles away.
  • The New Canyon Campground is located in Mountainair New Mexico in the Cibola National Forest. Look forward to acres and acres of juniper, ponderosa pine and gambel oaks as well as the fresh, crisp air that comes with such a thick and lush forest. Hit the short but scenic Coal Mine Natural Trail, or carve your own path through the trees whether hiking or mountain biking. Also look forward to picnicking, cave exploration and star gazing. This is an excellent place to immerse yourself in nature and have a peaceful, relaxing vacation.
  • El Rancho Campgrounds

    • 38.1 miles away.
  • The El Rancho Campground is located at Vaughn, New Mexico and is perfect for visitors hoping to experience some iconic southwestern attractions. Look forward to the National Atomic Museum, the Museum of Natural History, Rio Grande Zoo, Sandia Ski Peak and Tramway, Botanical Gardens and a host of other great sites. With beautiful skies and weather that isn't too harsh, campers can enjoy gorgeous desert vistas to hike, bike or just explore, and clear skies at night for stargazing. 
  • Prices starting at
    $32 starting/night