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With breathtaking sunsets and awe-inspiring scenery, it’s no surprise that New Mexico is known as the land of enchantment.
If this beautiful state hasn’t yet made its way onto your bucket list – it should.
Plan an RV trip with the family (or by yourself!) for an unforgettable experience. And be sure to bring a camera. You’re going to need it for these sights.
Do you know how it feels to get lost in your thoughts? How about that rush of adrenaline when you know you’re about to do something totally crazy – but absolutely worth it?
Welcome to New Mexico, where tranquil scenic beauty meets the thrill of adventure.
Rent an RV, hop in, and make your way to all of New Mexico’s six regions to experience all the state has to offer.
Start your adventure at the Salmon Ruins and Heritage Park in Aztec for a trip through some of New Mexico’s history. This unique opportunity will have you walking among structures built by Ancient Peubloans. While in the area, you can stay at Ruins Road RV Park & Campground, right next door to the Aztec Ruins National Monument.
To further explore the state’s rich history, head over to the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, where you will hike among the creations of Ancient Puebloans. Park your RV at the Gallo Campground right within the park to get the full experience.
Finally, travel along the Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway, where you will visit ancient villages on your journey to El Morro National Monument. Here, you can hike and enjoy the great outdoors while your RV parks comfortably at El Morro RV Park and Cabins.
Next on your trip should be a drive to Los Alamos, where you will find ancient cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument. You can stay in close proximity to the monument and Rio Grande at Juniper Campground.
How does a dip in the Rio Grande Gorge sound? You’ll be nearby, so make your way to Toas to raft through New Mexico’s greatest canyon. You will be just a short drive away from the Toas Monte Bello RV Park when you’re ready to call it a day.
To continue your trip through New Mexico’s history, drop by the Pecos National Historic Park, where you can visit the remains of a Native American Pueblo. Your RV can be parked at the Pecos RV Campground for your convenience.
Next, go even further back in history at Clayton Lake State Park. Walk the same path as dinosaurs did eons ago as you visit the park’s extensive dinosaur footprint trackway. Stay for a while to explore the beautiful scenery at the family-friendly onsite campground.
End your tour of New Mexico’s Northeast by going up to Ratón, home of Sugarite Canyon State Park. Perfect for the nature enthusiast, here you will find ample opportunity to fish, boat, hike, and camp with the natural wildlife and wildflowers around the lakes and meadows. There is an RV site just within Sugarite Canyon for you to make yourself at home during your stay.
Next up are the Jemez Mountains. On your way, you will drive past red rocks to the trail, where you will find natural springs and hiking trails. Make a day trip out of it or spend the night at the Jemez Falls Campground in the Santa Fe National Forest, with easy access to the Valles Caldera National Preserve.
For a more relaxed pace, slow it down at the meadows of the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Created about 1.25 million years ago by a volcanic eruption, these meadows are awe-inspiring. Spend time with the wildlife or cast a line amidst beautiful views you won’t be able to find anywhere else.
Ready for some rest and relaxation? Soak in the hot springs at Truth or Consequences. You’ll be just a short drive away from Deming: City of Rocks State Park and Rockhound State Park. If you’re looking for a souvenir to take home, this is the place to go. Rest up at Monticello RV park to get ready for a backcountry trip.
At the Gila National Forest you can find hiking and backpacking to the Continental Divide Trail and Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. Be sure to bring water and snacks for this excursion. Then, re-energize at the Burro Mountain Homestead before you get ready for more.
The White Sands National Monument is a must-see on your RV excursion. Located in Alamogordo, this unique sightseeing spot is definitely one for the camera. Stay nearby at the Alamogordo/White Sands KOA so you can get one more look before you leave.
Then, head to Roswell where you can find stunning turquoise waters. Dip in at the Bottomless Lakes State Park for a therapeutic experience, as you end your RV adventure through the state of New Mexico and call it a night at the onsite campground.
If you’re looking to rent an RV for your trip in New Mexico, look no further than Campanda. We offer numerous benefits to help make your experience the best it could possibly be:
Choose Campanda for an affordable, comfortable, and convenient experience. Our RVs are always high quality and reliable, and with over 800 pickup locations and 25,000 RVs to choose from, we make it easy to get the service you need. Plus, our professional and personable customer support staff is always here to help when you need it.
To schedule your RV, camper rental, or trailer rental with Campanda, give us a call or visit us online. Our industry experts can help walk you through the rental process so your trip starts off as seamlessly as possible. Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime in stunning New Mexico!