The Eagle Creek RV Resort is nestled on a mountainside in Alto, New Mexico at an elevation of more than 7,000 feet. There are 28 RV sites with gravel parking pads, and cabins are also available as a lodging option for guests of RV campers. This rustic resort is surrounded by tall trees and has a trickling creek running through it. A variety of wildlife, including elk, deer, and birds, frequent the campground, and a herd of horses is often spotted. Eagle Creek is a dog-friendly resort, but pets must always be attended to and on a leash, and of course -- be sure to clean up after them!
Each RV spot at Eagle Creek has a picnic table and full hookups. Sites are pull-through and include a picnic table and wifi access. There are laundry facilities on-site, but no showers or restrooms, so you'll have to use the facilities in your vehicle. There are group campfire areas, and when the resort is closed for the winter, RV storage is available.
The resort backs up onto a national forest, so in addition to plenty of fun outdoor activities to enjoy there, you'll also be able to use lots of fun features right on-site. The resort was built where a ski resort once stood, so there's an old chairlift and a wheelhouse on the grounds. There's also a spacious pavilion with barbecues and picnic tables, as well as a chipping and putting green. If you're up for a hike, there are several trailheads surrounding the campground where you'll find a trek for all skill levels.
In April and October, nightly rates begin at just $35. During the peak season from May to September, prices go up to $40 per day. Up to four guests are permitted at each site, and if you're camping during a special event or holiday, a three-night minimum is required at this furrific resort.