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Discover Las Cruces, NM

Las Cruces, New Mexico, is the second largest city in New Mexico, after Albuquerque. It is also the seat of Dona Ana County and is nicknamed “The City of the Crosses”. Its motto is “People Helping People”, which is fitting given that it is watched over by the nearby Organ Mountains to the east, the Dona Ana Mountains, the Robledo Mountains, and Picacho Peak. Nearby cities include El Paso, Texas, Alamogordo, Silver City, Truth or Consequences and Carlsbad.

Las Cruces' elevation is 3,908 feet. It is part of the Chihuahuan Desert; vegetation is typically desert-style (cacti, desert grassland, and assorted shrubs). The Rio Grande river passes Las Cruces to its west and the surrounding valley is dissected with arroyos, dry streams that come to life following intense thunderstorms. Winters can be sunnier or colder; spring can be windy and short-lived dust storms occasionally appear. Summer can exceed 100 degrees F.

The Federal Government operates the White Sands Missile Range and White Sands Test Facility, Las Cruces' main employers. Spaceport America and Virgin Galactic have corporate offices here. Las Cruces' mall and most retail stores are located in the city's east section, while the historic downtown is a six-block area around Main Street, dedicated to pedestrian traffic. Farmers markets are held here on Wednesdays and Saturdays, with stands of local produce, artwork, and crafts.

The Great Outdoors

Hiking in the mountains surrounding Las Cruces is the first activity you should do. Dripping Springs Natural Area, in the Organ Mountains, is an easy hike with history (a sanitarium and more) and great views. There are four trails to hike, volunteer staff can answer questions and help you choose. Book an RV in Las Cruces and park your home on wheels anywhere you like.

Tortugas Mountain Recreation Area is more difficult and challenging. “Tortugas” is Spanish for “turtle” which is an omen. Past guests have indicated this can take from two to four hours to complete; rock can be loose in places, so hikers should wear proper shoes. There is no shade along this hike, which winds its way around the mountain in circles, so headgear and water are also necessary. At the top, however, the views of Las Cruces and the surrounding valley are worth the effort.

Along the highway, stop your Las Cruces luxury rental RV and take pictures of the Recycled Roadrunner, a locally famous sculpture made from recycled items. It stands with the Organ Mountains behind it, providing epic photos. Previous guests have been amazed over the items used to create it, recycled electronics, old shoes, cooking utensils and more. If you have children with you, make a game of trying to identify recycled items that “haven't” been used to create the work of art. Make sure you get a picture of yourself and your Las Cruces rental camper with the roadrunner to show your friends.

Lake Valley Historic Townsite is a ghost town that is easy to explore for people with walking limitations and is full of historically interesting things. It is about an hour north of town and a perfect place to take your Las Cruces motorhome rental.

South of town, you can visit the old mining town, Mesilla. There are shops here where you can buy locally made handicrafts and sample authentic Mexican food. Mesilla has a walking tour of its downtown plaza area, which is said to be haunted by the ghosts of miners and historical figures who died there. Mesilla is most famous as the town where Billy the Kid was put on trial; if, on the tour, you hear someone behind you whisper “I'll make you famous”, don't answer.

RV Parks

When it comes time to set up camp with the rental RV near Las Cruces, NM, there are many RV resorts to choose from. Most of them have the standard utilities, electric (30 and 50 amp), water, sewer, wireless internet, on-site swimming pool, pull through & big rig access, and pets/tents allowed. All but one resort has a swimming pool; most have large lots where you can relax and enjoy your Las Cruces rental travel trailer.

Las Cruces KOA is just west of the city, off of US-70 and has an on-site convenience store for stocking up on groceries. Siesta RV Park is in town, off of Avenida de Mesilla, and is close to some restaurants and the Walmart Supercenter, but it doesn't have a pool.

Sunny Acres RV Park, in town and near North Valley Dr at US-70/W Picacho Dr, is a 55+ park; grandchildren can visit but not stay overnight. It has a clubhouse with amenities and a dog park but also doesn't have a pool.

Hacienda RV Resort has a hot tub for the winter months. Leasburg Dam State Park has electricity and water, but no 50 amp, no sewer, and no swimming pool. It is located just north of town, near Radium Springs.

Exploring The City

Visitors should begin their exploration of the city by visiting Veterans Memorial Park, which has exhibits honoring veterans of all wars; the Vietnam War Memorial has a sculpture of a Huey helicopter suspended above the actual wall, which is both somber and profound.

There are museums here to explore, all of them well done, such as Las Cruces Railroad Museum, Las Cruces Museum of Fine Arts & Culture and the Museum of Nature & Science. There are farms and ranches, vineyards, parks, a racing speedway, and more.

Tourism is important in Las Cruces, so you can expect the food to be good. Diners have their choice of cheap eats, moderately priced venues and fancier (more expensive) fare. Cuisines include local dishes, Mexican, steak and seafood, Chinese, Italian, pizzerias and even Belgian food.

RV Rentals in Las Cruces, NM

Las Cruces, NM is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Las Cruces. Outdoorsy's Las Cruces RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Las Cruces are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Coronado National Forest, Aguirre Springs National Recreation Area, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, and White Sands National Monument.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
El Paso Tin Mines Trail El Paso Texas
Old Cloudcroft Highway Trail Loop Cloudcroft New Mexico
Grindstone Lake Loop Ruidoso New Mexico
Dog Canyon Trail 106 Alamogordo New Mexico
Organ Needles Trail Las Cruces New Mexico
Pine Tree Trail Las Cruces New Mexico
Soledad Canyon Loop Las Cruces New Mexico
Aztec Cave Trail El Paso Texas
Dripping Springs Trail Las Cruces New Mexico
Ron Coleman Trail El Paso Texas

Nearby Campgrounds

Hacienda RV and Rally Resort

campground Las Cruces, NM
Hacienda RV and Rally Resort is conveniently located immediately off of I -10, at exit 140 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The elevation is app. 3900 feet and the average winter temperatures in Las Cruces are 58 -65 degrees during the day and the lower 30?s to high 20?s at night. The RV park is within walking distance to historicOld Mesilla, where the Gadsen Purchase was signed making New Mexico a part of the United States in 1854. Old Mesilla was also a favorite hangout of of some famous outlaws such as Dutch Hubert, Nicholas Provencio, and Billy The Kid. The jail and courthouse on the southeast corner of the plaza was where Billy The Kid was tried and sentenced to hang. The Basilica of San Albino, the 2nd Basilica in the state, is also located on the square in Old Mesilla. The RV Resort is only minutes to downtown Las Cruces, the second largest city in New Mexico, offering theaters, museums, dining, and gracious southwestern hospitality.

Siesta RV Park

campground Las Cruces, NM
Relax in the cool shade of Siesta RV Park, where the scenic desert view and quiet atmosphere are complimented by many on-site amenities and a variety of other diversions nearby. The park has been in operation for 30 years in the Mesilla Valley near Las Cruces, and is only a short distance away from historic downtown Old Mesilla and Old Mesilla Plaza. Other nearby attractions include White Sands National Monument, the Gila Cliff Dwellings, and the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts Market. Nestle your RV into a spacious pull-through site that includes full utility hookups, along with cable television and WiFi access. On-site amenities include hot showers, laundry facilities, a general store, and even a mobile home repair service. The venue is also pet friendly, and there?s a dog-grooming parlor on the site which offers a discount to park guests. The park welcomes overnight guests as well long term visitors, and offers overnight, weekly, and monthly rates.

Franklin Mountains State Park

campground El Paso, TX
When the wonderlust sets in and the RV trip simply has to take place in a wild location, free from the hustle and bustle of city life, then the Franklin Mountains State Park is the place to go. Based in El Paso, Texas, the mountains offer stunning views and incredible hikes, which make it the ideal location for travelers who like living slightly on the wild side. The RV campsites allow travelers to drive up to their spot. Campers will have to camp dry, as there are no water or electricity hookups in this location. The park is the ideal option for those who love incorporating a bit of physical activity into their routine, and spending the night in the park won?t cost an arm and a leg. The park is located fairly close to other major attractions in El Paso, and many of them are within a 50 km radius.

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