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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.
Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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In the southeastern corner of New Mexico by the Texas state line lies a land of intrigue and great beauty. When you rent an RV near Carlsbad, you can surround yourself with the dazzling desert landscapes of New Mexico and all the charm associated with this particular part of the country. Short drives to Artesia and Las Cruces make it a viable place to do some sightseeing, while nearby national parks and nature preserves ensure an RV camping experience unlike any other.
Carlsbad RV Park and Campground features cozy campsites to host tent campers and those with campervan rentals too. Basic tent camping sites have water available, but no electricity, while premium sites come with full hookups. Premium sites also come with cable TV and grilling areas. Camping cabins equipped with a small kitchen and a TV can also be rented.
You can expect sparkling clean restrooms, shower areas, and accessible laundry facilities while camping at Carlsbad RV Park and Campground, in addition to a wealth of other amenities. The recreation room has board games and other fun activities for people to make use of, but the indoor heated swimming pool is the real star of the show. Play a game of pool, soar on the tire swing, play some horseshoes, use the community BBQ pit or fireplace, shop at the on-site souvenir shop, and pick up groceries or camping supplies at the convenience store near the front office while you make Carlsbad RV Park and Campground your temporary home base.
You won’t need to drive too far to get out into the desert for some wildlife spotting or outdoor recreation when you're motorhome camping at Carlsbad RV Park and Campground. Just outside of Carlsbad, you can see Brantley Lake State Park. This nature park boasts a large lake, fully stocked with crappie, bass, carp, and catfish, a real hotspot for fishing enthusiasts. The climate is hot and dry, so splashing around or going for a boat ride in Brantley Lake is always a fantastic idea. The small campground by the water is ideally situated for RV rental camping if you want to stay on the shores of Brantley Lake.
Bottomless Lakes State Park, up by Roswell, presents another opportunity to get familiar with the great outdoors of New Mexico. Established in 1933, Bottomless Lakes State Park was the first state park to exist in New Mexico. The park is named for its seemingly bottomless lakes that are the remnants of ancient limestone reefs from a time when the entire area was an inland sea. Lea Lake is designated for swimming, with concession stands and beach facilities lining its edges.
When you book an RV in Eddy County, there are two spectacular national parks within an hour's drive. Carlsbad Caverns National Park is the site of a legendary cave system, and one of the most unique national parks in the country. You can take a self-guided tour through the underground labyrinths, and see cathedral-like caverns lined with ancient marine life fossils. You won’t believe your eyes when you see the massive stalactites and stalagmites inside the cavernous chasms or the daily migration of bats that pour out of the cave entrance each day during sunset. Next to the park on the other side of the state line is Guadalupe Mountains National Park, a gorgeous place to hike through in west Texas. This 80,000-acre park contains Guadalupe Peak, the highest elevation in all of Texas, along with some stunning wildlife and the Chihuahua Desert landscapes. There are countless other possibilities to see and visit when you find yourself in southern New Mexico.
Carlsbad RV Park and Campground is located close to the center of Carlsbad, so doing some shopping, dining, or sightseeing is easy to do on foot. The Carlsbad Museum and Art Center is a continuation of the magic you can feel when visiting the Carlsbad Caverns. The museum is the oldest municipal museum in New Mexico, built in 1931. There are beautiful artifacts and objects left behind by Mogollon, Anasazi, and other tribes, like pottery, tools, weapons, and pieces of elegant artwork. Also on display are mesmerizing photographs of the Carlsbad Caverns.
Just outside of town, the Living Desert State Park provides you with a fantastic place to learn about desert ecosystems. Study the various plants and cacti that dot the Chihuahuan Desert and see native wildlife like bison, antelope, snakes, lizards, and more exotic creatures in this learning environment that people of all ages can enjoy.
A quick drive north to Artesia yields some other treasures, like the Artesia Historical Museum & Art Center. This epic facility fosters a passion for history and artwork of New Mexico, much like the Carlsbad Museum and Art Center. A collection of priceless artifacts and artwork made by ancient tribes in the area helps tourists better understand the unique culture of the Land of Enchantment.