The sun shines brightly on Carlsbad RV Park, a New Mexico getaway in an attraction-packed area you won’t want to miss.
RVers can look forward to level, gravel sites with access to electricity (30/50 amp), water, and sewer hookups, plus wifi and cable TV. There is mowed grass on either side with a picnic table and communal fire-grill for barbecuing.
The setting is close to a highway, and some traffic noise can be heard, although not enough to spoil a truly memorable stay. The entire camp is gated for peace of mind and has curfew hours if you're checking in at night. RV rates are $34.50 to $42.50 per night, and you can pitch a tent for $30 or book into a comfy cabin with a microwave, fridge, a double bed, and bunk beds for the kids for $50 per night.
There’s a lot to be happy about at this endearing desert park, with rolling hills as a backdrop and an RV service center right next door. Play a game of horseshoes with your new RV neighbor or swim in the indoor pool. The kids will have a blast on the roped tire swings, while visiting pooches are pawfectly cared for with fenced, off-leash dog parks at either end of the grounds. Doggy bags are provided for guardians to pick up their woofers' waste. Pups must stay on-leash outside the dog park and are not allowed to stay in cabins.
Restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are in the midst of an update in this progressive RV park with a cheerful atmosphere that draws folks to stop for a night or camp through the summer. At this busy time, bookings are needed to reserve a site.
The city of Carlsbad is a 4-minute drive and home to The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park, where city kids might be speechless seeing mountain lions and snakes. The Carlsbad Cavern National Park is a lesson in the evolution of the earth and home to a legion of bats that put on a spectacular show when they leave the cave around October.
Carlsbad RV Park is the pawfect base camp to explore the wonders of the New Mexico desert!