Deming Roadrunner RV Park is set up to impress road-trippers, with level, gravel sites and convenient amenities for pooches and people!
Large conifer trees offer a little shade, but this is camping in a New Mexico desert, so sites are mainly out in the open. There are choices of cozy pull-through and back-in lots with a picnic table right outside your door and room for a fire grill. You'll find propane for sale at the camp office. The daily rate for RV sites is $28.90, and you can pitch a tent for around $10 a night.
Campers tend to head inside when the temperatures start to soar and team up for a relaxing game of pool or a good read from the camp library. A hot tub is a nice way to unwind, while a gym offers equipment to stay fit while you’re away from home.
Restrooms, showers, and a laundry are spotless with a TV room and fascinating greenhouse to explore. The park is family-owned and renowned for its excellent customer service. If you’re traveling with your fur-babies, this is the place to check in! After hours on the road, your pups can stretch their paws in the fully fenced pooch park, complete with doggy bags at the gate so you can clean up their waste. There are plenty of tree-marking opportunities and enough room to chase a ball. Outside the park, furry friends are required to be on a leash -- and that may not be a bad idea considering the busy road nearby. There is a limit of three pets per site, and pooches are expected to put their best paw forward when staying at the camp.
The friendly hosts at Deming Roadrunner RV Park make your stay a joy, and even though the RV park is right on the main road, there are no issues with road noise. You might need to book ahead if you're passing through in March, as the annual Rockhound Roundup takes over the town, with people coming from miles around to dig for minerals. Other busy times are holidays and the summer months when snow birders are escaping from the winter blues.