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All towables


Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

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.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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If you're looking to get away from it all without sacrificing your creature comforts, consider spending some time at Lordsburg KOA in Lordsburg, New Mexico. This friendly and sociable RV campground in the desert has cable TV channels, Wi-Fi, a seasonal swimming pool, and much more. In the evenings, you can take in the spectacular views of the nearby Pyramid Mountains and enjoy New Mexico's big sky sunsets. Propane and firewood are on hand if you should need them, and there is a Kamping Kitchen if you're part of a larger group that needs to cater to its members.

Individual sites can handle most larger RV rentals, and you'll have access to up to 50 amp electricity if you need it. The RV park is family-friendly and can assist you in setting up tours if you'd like to have someone guide you around.

There are several ghost towns nearby worth checking out; one of them is Steins Railroad Ghost Town, a family-owned and operated tourist attraction that was named after Captain Stein, who was killed at the sight. Another ghost town is Shakespeare Ghost Town, which was once host to Billy The Kid, Johnny Ringo, Curly Bill, the Clantons, and many other legends of the Old West. Bring your motorhome rental along and capture the moment with your RV front and center.

The Great Outdoors

Search for an RV in Hidalgo County, and you will be one step closer to an amazing adventure in the iconic state of New Mexico. Gila National Forest is approximately 100 miles from Lordsburg KOA and is a two-hour trip each way; if you plan to venture here, you should leave early or plan on staying overnight. The forest is a combination of rangeland, forested hills, and towering mountains. The climate can be cool in the summer and reasonably warm in the winter, making it a perfect destination for a variety of outdoor activities. In the winter, you'll have the chance to experience cross-country skiing and snowshoeing; in the summer, there are hundreds of miles of trail open for hiking, and some of them are interpretive trails. The park allows camping, and there are both developed and primitive camping sites for you to choose from.

Across the state line in Arizona, Mt Graham is a 110-mile drive from Lordsburg KOA. You can hike here and enjoy the breathtaking views, but most impressive is the observatory with several telescopes, one of which is a radio telescope and another that is one of the largest on the planet. The views make this an ideal destination for picnicking; as you move through the area, you'll observe eight distinct zones in just a dozen miles, that include Sonoran desert and grassland, pinyon-juniper woodland, Madrean evergreen oak woodland, Ponderosa pine, and mixed conifer forests, just to name a few.

Coronado National Forest is about 120 miles in each direction and about a two-hour trip each way. It is a good choice for both summer and winter outdoor activities; fishing and boating is available but limited, as much of the land is arid (you can try fishing at Rose Canyon Lake, which is also a desirable destination for birdwatching and outdoor photography). Hiking, camping, and picnicking are popular activities, and mountain biking is quickly becoming another very popular activity in the region.

Exploring The Area

Deming is a small but interesting town in New Mexico and is home to several vineyards and wineries where you can while away an afternoon sampling the local vintages. One local museum is dedicated to the lapidary samples found in volcanic activity, while another focuses on memorabilia relevant to the city's history. There is a local operational farm that welcomes visitors and guests, and an arts center that features both local artists and artists from around the state. History buffs will want to make a stop at historic Fort Cummings which was built to protect the settlers and stagecoaches from Indian raids; the condition of the road, however, might not be suitable for an RV rental, so a smaller rental car or ATV might be required (you can ask the managers at Lordsburg KOA to inquire for you).

Silver City is one of New Mexico's gems, with outdoor recreation in forest settings, a thriving art scene, a historic downtown core, and a continuous supply of festivals and events. Several museums populate the small town, one of which belongs to the local University of New Mexico campus. Another, situated in a restored Mansard house, is a testament to the lives and the culture of the people who have lived here since the city's founding. The city has several urban parks, and one of the more interesting of them is a combination park/playground that has been constructed by a team of local artists, children, and adults working together. One of the landmarks that receives many visitors is the remains of an open-pit mine, although you should check to see that the viewpoints of the mine are open before traveling there.

You can see now that New Mexico is an exciting blend of old and new, historic and contemporary, and much more; motorhome camping at Lordsburg KOA will be your introduction to all of it.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Playas Peak, NMAnimas, NM
  • Cleveland Mine [PRIVATE PROPERTY], NMSilver City, NM
  • Silver Peak Trail, AZCoronado National Forest, AZ
  • Massai Nature Trail, AZWillcox, AZ
  • Echo Canyon and Sarah Deming Canyon Loop, AZChiricahua National Monument, AZ
  • Echo Canyon Trail, AZChiricahua National Monument, AZ
  • Sugarloaf Mountain Trail, AZChiricahua National Monument, AZ
  • South Fork Trail #243, AZChiricahua National Monument, AZ
  • Natural Bridge Trail, AZChiricahua National Monument, AZ
  • Pinon Trail and Angel Loop Trail, NMSilver City, NM

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