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Red Bluff Reservoir is located in a very rural portion of western Texas, adjacent to the state border with New Mexico. The tiny community of Angeles sits just southeast of the reservoir, though it is little more than a ghost town these days. The nearest true town to Red Bluff Reservoir is Carlsbad, NM, found around 40 miles to the northwest. The nearest large city is El Paso, TX, at around 180 miles to the west.

Red Bluff Reservoir is situated in the arid, scrubland that comprises much of this part of the state. It was formed by a dam on the local Pecos River. Plenty of recreational activities are available nearby, including hiking, camping, and water sports.

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Getting Outdoors

An RV rental near Red Bluff Reservoir will put many outdoor activities easily within your reach. Fishing is the primary activity that people engage in while here, though boating and swimming are popular, as well. The water at the reservoir makes for a good escape from the frequent heat of this southwestern climate.

The Brokeoff Mountains Wilderness Study Area is found near Red Bluff Reservoir, just over the border into New Mexico. Here, you can hike through rocky canyons with jagged cliffs that tower over you, or traverse the dry, hill country that is common to this area. Watch for the local wildlife that can be found here such as elk and other critters that frequent this semi-desert ecosystem.

Though this region is fairly dry, there are some waterfalls that can be observed near the reservoir. These are usually connected with local rivers and are largely dependent on the current water flow. Because there are no large cities nearby, this area is also known for its dark skies at night. Stargazing is a popular activity enjoyed locally, as this is one of the better places in the country to view the night skies.

Camping at Red Bluff Reservoir

Because this is such a rural region, there aren't a lot of options for camping with an RV right on the Red Bluff Reservoir. There are several different RV parks located within a short drive of the reservoir, however.

Southwest RV and Trailer Park is found in Carlsbad, NM. Full-hookup campsites are offered here, as is WiFi and cable. The camp is pet-friendly and is open throughout the year.

The Pecos River RV Park is in Orla, TX, around 15 miles to the southeast of Red Bluff Reservoir. Some hookups are offered here, and pets are welcome. Some of the sites even provide views of the nearby river. Motorhome camping in this part of the country will make it easy for you to reach any of the nearby destinations you are interested in.

Exploring the Area

When you book a camper in Reeves County, TX, you will find that for such a rural area, there are many unique places to explore. There are several museums found in the small town to the southeast, called Pecos. The West of The Pecos Museum is housed in an old saloon, where bullet holes can still be seen in the walls. The history of the local area and its Western culture are on display here. The Memory Lane Car Museum features a large variety of historical cars from ages past. An RV rental near this reservoir will give you the chance to experience things the whole family can enjoy.

Carlsbad Caverns National Park is found in that New Mexico town. There are things to see both above and below ground here. The well-known cave system is the main attraction. Guided tours are available that range from a quick visit to one room, to a several-hour "raw-cave" tour where adventurers have to crawl on their bellies through tight squeezes and bring their own lights. One room that can be visited is called Spider Cave, and it was named that for a reason! There are also hiking trails available on the surface.

The Pecos River Flume is also found near Carlsbad. It has been called "the river that crosses itself." This is an old aqueduct that was constructed by the people who first settled in the area, to carry water from the Pecos River to irrigate the crops on local farms. This location was featured on the tv show "Ripleys Believe it or Not." There is also a historical home, called Eddy House, that is available for touring nearby.

If you've been looking for a quiet place to relax, where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and really hear yourself think, consider renting a camper near Red Bluff Reservoir. Take a hike through a nearby natural area, go fishing on the lake or learn about the Old West. Look into renting an RV near here and enjoy exploring West Texas.

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