Many of the sites are large and somewhat private, although heavy tree cover is not typical in the area. Be prepared for wide-open sites with little to no shade, especially if you are bringing Fido. Taos Valley RV Park does allow tent camping in addition to the RV spots that offer electrical hookups. There are bathrooms and showers on site, as well as Wi-Fi.
If you are looking to experience all Taos and northern New Mexico has to offer alongside your four-legged friend, Taos Valley RV Park and Campground is a great option. The park is just three miles from the historic Taos Plaza, which boasts a handful of traditional New Mexican restaurants, shops, hotels, and more.
The Sangre de Cristos are a short drive from Taos Valley RV Park and Campground, providing visitors with the opportunity to get out and explore the picturesque mountains without having to spend the whole day in the car. The Rio Grande River can be seen from the outskirts of Taos, with there being numerous places to hike down to the river, maybe even to an unmarked hot spring along the banks of the river. If you are planning a trip to northern New Mexico and are looking for a clean and safe place to stay with your furry friend, Taos Valley RV Park and Campground is a great option.