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The city of Clovis, New Mexico, is one of those little towns with tons of charm that deserves a pin on your destination map. Close to the western border of Texas, this small town is home to a big agricultural community but it also has deep musical roots, and is home to musicians and festivals. There are rodeos year round, and those who have never experienced the thrill of someone riding a bull for eight seconds are in for a real treat. Book an RV in Clovis, New Mexico to experience the west, and the culture it has to offer.

Don’t be fooled into thinking this is one of those small towns that has nothing to offer as you drive towards your final destination. There are plenty of outdoor spaces in the area to satisfy your appetite, and there are places to explore all over town. Whether you are visiting for a day or staying a whole week, Clovis has all you need for a vacation you will not forget; find an RV rental in Clovis and get started on your next adventure.

The Great Outdoors

New Mexico has many lands open to the public, but all of them are a bit of a drive from Clovis. This, however, is no problem if you get an RV rental near Clovis and drive to the nearest public outdoor space. Near Albuquerque, you can visit either Cibola National Forest or Santa Fe National Forest, both of which are relatively close to each other. The Jemez Trail at Santa Fe National Forest is perfect for a light hike or nature walk, and it’s under a mile long. This out-and-back trail has a beautiful water wall and a little over 100 feet of elevation gain. It’s best to visit this trail in the spring or fall. Another path you can hike at Santa Fe National Forest is the McCauley Hot Springs trail, which is just over three miles and goes out and back. At Cibola National Forest, there are also plenty of trails from easy to hard, and it’s fun for the whole family.

Closer to Clovis, you could try Oasis State Park, which is just south of town. This place has parking, picnic tables, a man-made lake and tons of small trails for hiking or biking. This park, although not huge, has tons of good reviews from visitors and it’s one of the closest areas to town for some outdoor recreation. Rent an RV in Clovis and visit any one of these places to get a first-hand account of the New Mexico wilderness.

RV Parks

This town may be small, but there is always a place to park your motorhome rental near Clovis; you just have to look. There are only a handful of RV parks in the town of Clovis, so it is best to call ahead and book a reservation.

If RV parks are not your thing, you are covered, too. The peaceful Oasis State Park, about 20 miles southwest of Clovis, is a wonderful blend of sand, water and greenery and offers sites with 30/50-amp electrical service. The shaded grounds also provide ample opportunities for wildlife viewing. There are restroom and shower facilities on site and there’s also a playground for the kids.

There is also a Walmart in town, for supplies and quick overnight stays, just be sure to call ahead to confirm it’s okay to stay awhile.

Exploring the City

Life in Clovis is fun year round, from the rodeos to the music festival and everything else in between; this is a town that likes to have fun. You could visit the local zoo and look at all the exotic animals that call it home, or you could have some family fun at an escape room in town. While it may be challenging to escape a room full of puzzles and clues, it is also very fun and a memorable experience.

The food here is good too, and there are many restaurants in the area to satisfy your cravings. There is Mexican food, courtesy of our neighbors south of the state’s border, and traditional American western food like biscuits and gravy, or chicken-fried steak with mashed potatoes. There are also a few Asian restaurants in the area, as well as food trucks and your typical fast-food fare. Clovis is a great place to rent an RV and have a relaxing vacation. Don’t miss out on all the fun that happens in New Mexico.

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