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33 Reviews of 10 Casa Fria, New Mexico Campgrounds
Every site has a metal pavilion! Dusty but quiet! Easy to find! Los of room!
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Convienient, clean, friendly staff. Sites are pull through, shared hook ups. Biggest draw back is they are not well marked. Noise off 40 did not bother us. Right next to Camping World.
Grants NM is about a hour west of Albuquerque. Great location if coming from the west, you’re tired and want a place to stay. The sites are pull through and full hookup. There is a dump station available if you are passing through. The registration process was super easy. Laundry facilities…
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Only 10 sites and all have covered picnic tables, bbq grill and fire ring. Unfortunately maybe 1 or 2 are level sites. A 30’ rv might be the max because of the uneven ground. I have a 22’ TT and had to use extra blocks to level out. When I arrived their were only 2 sites left. The one I didn’t pick…
Each site has a covered patio with picnic table and a fire pit. We stopped through here for one night on our way to AZ and it worked out really well. No check-in/fees; first come first serve. There were a few spots open when we rolled in around 1800.
Clean, level, and straight forward park that was a convenient and comfortable spot to stop for the night on a road trip.
Price was a fantastic deal!
We ended up camping in the truck bed here after a few other remote sites. The clean showers and bathrooms were greatly appreciated after a few days of roughing it and we were able to restock our water before continuing on. Most people staying in the park seemed to be full time residents. The vibe…
It’s not scenic by any means but, it is close to Mal Pais National Monument (across the street) and the people that work here are super nice. Great price for a full hookup with clean bathrooms and showers.
This would be an awesome camping area if it were not for the non stop shooting. Great scenery but annoyingly loud. Shooting noise started at the crack of dawn until sunset and it sounded like it was coming from all directions along with the ricochets. Shooters have left tons of shells and all the…
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Accepts Passport America discount even though they do not appear on the Passport America website. We paid $19 for 30 amp site with water and sewer hookup with the discount. Nice place for chore day in between boondock days. Free showers, clean stalls and hot water. Laundry on site. Attached to…
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This was a lovely stop on our trip from CA to CT. We walked to the top of the adjacent hill for sunset which was very nice. After traveling through Utah we weren’t as impressed by the landscape but it is definitely a nice getaway with good views and a natural setting. Pretty level spots and had no…
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Stopped here for the night as our first campsite after purchasing our travel trailer.
Gorgeous drive in from 40 to the campsite.
Awesome pull-through site.
Only saw one person doing tent camping. Looked like a cold stay Oct 30th-31st.
Beautiful sunset, unfortunately slept through dawn.
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Beautiful RV park! Bathrooms were very nice and CLEAN! There’s security at the entrance which is nice, and a small store for beer and fishing stuff. Everyone that works there is friendly and helpful.
The landscape around is pretty sparse. Our site was clean, easy and spacious. We were right up by the lake which seemed man made but was still peaceful. Great place for an overnight stay. First come first served
Spent the night at the Ice caves and Bandera Volcano with my wife. We did the hike up the Volcano and then down to the ice cave which cooled us off after the hike. They charge $12 per person with a discount for children. It was a very peaceful night. Cell service with Verizon was ok outside but…
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