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Old 10-08-2023, 03:19 PM   #1
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Las Cruces NM Campground

Traveling out west in late December and looking at staying at Rv campground near or in Las Cruces for at least 1 night. Any suggestions for a campground?
In previous years I have stayed in campground near Elephant Butte.

I have taken a 5th wheel thru several time in previous years but never stayed near to LC.

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Last year we stayed at the Loveís new RV parking facility. It was great for just an overnight. Clean, safe and had a real nice fenced dog area. We were on our way from Arizona to San Antonio. Just used power and water, didnít have to dump. We would stay there again if the need arises. About 4 miles West of I-10.
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Last year we stayed at the Loveís new RV parking facility. It was great for just an overnight. Clean, safe and had a real nice fenced dog area. We were on our way from Arizona to San Antonio. Just used power and water, didnít have to dump. We would stay there again if the need arises. About 4 miles West of I-10.
X2, stayed there for an overnight earlier this year
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A few photos…we were the only RV there that day. It was an overnight stop, so we didn’t unhook.
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Old 10-09-2023, 02:48 AM   #5
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We stayed at the Las Cruces KOA....nice place....overlooks the city/valley.
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We spent a week at https://www.cedarcovervpark.com/ and had a nice stay... Nice dog run and very well kept.
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If you're into boondocking, there is also Aguirre Springs just the other side of San Augustin Pass from Las Cruces. I'll caution that it's almost a mile above sea level, and it can get quite chilly at night this time of year. Not a problem if you have propane on board.
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Old 10-28-2023, 12:31 PM   #9
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Lots of campgrounds in Deming, on I-10.
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we stayed at Oliver Lee Memorial State Park….was very nice.
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I am not a fan of KOA in general but(!), the Las Cruces KOA is special. It is set above and overlooks Las Cruces. We stayed there for five days in Sept. during the full moon and it was just spectacular! We were in a "view" site, #13, and the view over the city was great day and night.
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If you are a veteran and have access to White Sands Missile Range, they have a reasonably priced campground, both full hookups and electric only, reasonably priced. Right off HWY 70 and just outside of Las Cruces. They take a reservation 30 days out via telephone.
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If you're into boondocking, there is also Aguirre Springs just the other side of San Augustin Pass from Las Cruces. I'll caution that it's almost a mile above sea level, and it can get quite chilly at night this time of year. Not a problem if you have propane on board.
Also limit on size of RV 25 Foot max.
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Old 10-28-2023, 01:57 PM   #14
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Very Nice RV Resort

Hacienda Rv Park Located Off The I-10, Exit 140 In Las Cruces, New Mexico
We have stayed here a couple times it is decent resort close to Walmart and also close to old town.
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Old 10-28-2023, 06:38 PM   #15
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Camping near Las Cruces

You could stay at Leasburg Dam State Park. Itís about 16 miles north of Las Cruces on I-25. Youíll need to make a reservation on Reserveamerica.com
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