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Alameda Open Space is an urban park in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. It's located across the Rio Grande River from a shopping center and near a riverside walk that follows the Rio Grande River in both directions. The river is lined along the banks with gnarled cottonwood trees that provide some shade and protection from the sun if it gets too hot. The park is close to several restaurants where you can treat yourself to a good meal. Better yet, grab some takeout and head back to your RV rental near Alameda Open Space to dine out under an afternoon sky or the stars.
The open space offers excellent opportunities to enjoy the Albuquerque scenery. Hop on the Paseo …
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The dry heat and mild winters of the southern United States, and New Mexico, can be an incredibly inviting atmosphere. More specifically, the desert areas leave some to revel at the sandy expanse, while others only see a barren and unbearable terrain. But, Taos, NM, is able to draw interest from those who love the wasteland riddled with cacti and tumbleweeds and those who favor a more sustainable environment.
Individuals looking to book a rental RV to Carson National Forest will have access to the forest and the surrounding area, which is rich in Spanish and Native American history. Book an RV in Taos County and head out on a fabulous outdoor adventure.
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Located in New Mexico, Chaco Culture National Historical Park protects what may be one of the oldest remains of civilization in North America. This pre-Columbian site consists of a group of pueblo dwellings and buildings that were built between AD 900 and 1150. Several petroglyphs, carvings, and other evidence of their presence have been found in this area. The region in which the dwellings are located is so remote that though European settlers were aware of its presence as early as 1849, it wasn’t until 1896 that archeological expeditions were sent to explore it. Chaco officially gained federal protection in 1949 as a national monument, and later as a historical park in 1980.
In this far-flung corner of New Mexico, …
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Cibola National Forest was originally established in the late 1800s as a forest reserve park. The national forest's status was upgraded in the 1950s to grant it additional protection. The origin of Cibola, which is pronounced as “SEE-bo-lah,” is murky. It’s thought to be either a Zuni Native American word for their pueblos, which once dotted New Mexico or a Spanish word for buffalo.
Cibola National Forest sprawls across a huge swath of New Mexico, and small portions are also in Texas and Oklahoma. Though it’s clear that various Native American tribes have dwelled in this region for a few hundred years, archeologists have found evidence of human presence as far back as 14,000 years ago.
The closest large town, …
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Coyote Creek State Park is situated in the northern section of New Mexico and is nestled within the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The park was home to numerous Native American tribes before the land was taken by settlers and eventually turned into ranches.
This state park is home to a vast amount of unique geological structures, including some made of limestone and sandstone. The area has an interesting climate, with summers being brutally hot and winters being very cold and snowy.
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Situated in the northern section of New Mexico lies Eagle Nest Lake State Park. The park was established in 2004 and features a 2,400-acre alpine lake. Because of its vast size, the park is also home to a variety of different animals, such as elk and bears.
The area tends to have an arid climate with plenty of sunshine. However, during the winter, snow can be abundant. Eagle Nest Lake State Park is about two hours away from Santa Fe.
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The El Malpais National Monument is an important historical area that has played a major role in the lives of those who lived and passed through here. The name is Spanish for “badlands” and was assigned by Spanish explorers who avoided the area; not everyone who came agreed with the Spanish, though. Many Native American civilizations passed through, leaving cairns to mark their passage and incorporating the landscape into their stories and ceremonies. Settlers tried to establish themselves along the outskirts, and the remains of some of their homes can still be seen today. Camping near El Malpais National Monument will provide you access to everything the park has to offer.
The monument has a unique landscape, most notably from …
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El Morro National Monument, located near Mountain View, is a historic site that has served pioneers and travelers for hundreds of years; the monument is the location of a waterhole that has been used by Ancestral Puebloans and Spanish and American settlers. Many of these people have carved their names or left other markings to show they were there. Today the monument is a testament to the area's history and culture and a popular destination for hikers. Camping near El Morro National Monument puts all of its attractions right at your doorstep.
The monument is composed partially of Zuni Sandstone, a yellowish-gray white rock that dates back more than 145 million years to the Jurassic Period, and Dakota Sandstone. …
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El Vado Lake State Park is situated in the northern section of New Mexico and is best known for containing El Vado Lake, which holds water from the nearby El Valdo Dam. This state park offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and is just a short distance away from the Rio Chama. During the winter, many birds flock here for warmth, including bald eagles.
The area tends to have an arid climate with plenty of sunshine, although winters can be a little chilly and sometimes even cause snowfall. El Vado Lake State Park is located near towns and cities such as Albuquerque and Taos.
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Northern New Mexico has a fascinating volcanic history, mostly hidden, but you can definitely see it at Fenton Lake State Park with a little bit of imagination. This relatively small 700-acre state park is located in the Jemez Mountains, 80 miles north of Albuquerque and 70 miles west of Santa Fe. The land was acquired by the New Mexico Department of Fish and Game and was quickly transformed into a state park.
Fenton Lake State Park sits at a high altitude of 7,650 feet, meaning it often sees snow in the winter. Many winter sports aficionados come to Fenton Lake in the winter for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. In the summer, however, Fenton Lake State Park is a gorgeous …
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The tall pines of northern New Mexico make a terrific location for Heron Lake State Park, which is nestled snug in Tierra Amarilla. With the southern shores of Heron Lake making up Heron Lake State Park, it is a favored motorhome camping destination. Designated a state park in 1973, Heron Lake was named after Kenneth A Heron, an engineer who came up with the idea of diverting water from the wetter areas in the north to the more arid region of the south. Today, outdoor enthusiasts get to soak in scenic views of rock formations, high cliff walls, and densely forested land around Heron Lake. An interesting aspect of Heron Lake State Park is its proximity to the neighboring …
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Hyde Memorial State Park is located in north-central New Mexico, less than 100 miles from the state border with Colorado. The state park sits in the northeast portion of the well-known tourist town of Santa Fe, which is also the state's capital. It is also around 75 miles northwest of the larger city of Albuquerque.
The park sits within the wooded hillsides of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It is also surrounded by national forestland, including the Santa Fe and Carson National Forests. This region is far greener than much of the rest of the state, and its altitude means snow is even possible during the winter months. This is a prime place to enjoy outdoor recreational …
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The Jemez National Recreation Area is located near Jemez Springs in north-central New Mexico. This is a very rural area, comprised mostly of rugged, forested hills. The nearest larger town is Bernalillo, which is around 40 miles to the south, while the nearest large city is Albuquerque, which is around 70 miles to the south.
This area is located within the Santa Fe National Forest, so there are numerous recreational activities that can be enjoyed here. There are also all sorts of historical and natural sites that you can visit. Should you need to refresh your supplies, you will find a few gas stations and grocery stores within 25 miles of the recreation area. There is also a …
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Found in the wooded foothills of the Manzanos is Manzano Mountains State Park, a popular spot for camping and for simply enjoying the incredible landscape in this part of New Mexico. Due to the remoteness of the park, it is the ideal getaway for those looking for a little peace and quiet, surrounded by stunning Ponderosa Pines and Alligator Juniper. The nearest towns include Manzano, Mountainair, Vaughn, and the city of Albuquerque is less than an hour away.
The visitor’s center and ranger’s station make a great first stop, as you’ll learn more about your unique surroundings, plus there is an interpretive area outside the center where you can further educate yourself about flora and fauna. Rent an …
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In the northern section of New Mexico, on the opposite side of the Pecos Wilderness from Santa Fe, is Morphy Lake State Park. This state park is a wonderful place to visit when you book an RV in Mora County, offering activities like fishing, swimming, hiking, and more. Morphy Lake State Park was established in 1965 and is one of the state’s smaller state parks, covering under 40 acres in total.
Motorhome camping at Morphy Lake State Park will put you at about 8,000 feet in elevation, and you’ll have the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as the backdrop for many of your views. The lake takes up about half of the total park’s area, covering approximately 15 acres …
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Navajo Lake State Park is one of the most popular summer recreation areas in New Mexico. The man-made reservoir is the second largest lake in the state with over 150 miles of shoreline. Camping, boating, fishing, hiking, and biking are sure to keep you busy for days. Wildlife abounds, including antelope, elk, and mountain lions. If you look up, you might see falcons, osprey, and bald eagles. Start your motorhome camping adventure by booking an RV in San Juan County.
The park itself consists of 21,000 acres and sits at an elevation of 6,000 feet. Navajo Dam was constructed in the late 1950s as a way to control erosion, floods, irrigate farms, and provide recreational opportunities. The dam is …
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An archeological and historical treasure, Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is in central New Mexico, a 30-minute drive south of Mountainair. The site consists of three main units: Gran Quivira, the Quarai Mission and Convento, and the Abo unit. These were established by Spanish explorers between the late 1500s and the early 1600s, but the construction of a newer church, San Buenaventura, around 1659 impacted the mission's importance.
Today, the remains of these treasures can still be seen and include a visitor center, where you can ask questions and view exhibits. Booking an RV rental near Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument is the best way to experience this historic area.