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16 Reviews of 10 Grassie Place, New Mexico Campgrounds

Heather H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 24, 2021

Overnighter

Lavaland is a nice rv park, but focused on the older community. registration was easy and online. Check in was simple.

There is no kid amenities at this property. There is a small dog run. No grass.

The property is still under construction in some spots. Newly cement pads and updated electrical…

Site75
Month of VisitAugust
S
Reviewed Jul. 19, 2021

El Caso 2…Don’t mind if I do!

Love this site. We end up here a few times a year. This was a special occasion to celebrate life and enjoy family. It was spring break and we drove through a blizzard to find ourselves under clear skies at Quemado Lake. El Caso camp ground is a few miles into the canyon. The camp sites are spread…

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Site2
Month of VisitApril
Mujeres V.
Reviewed Jul. 17, 2021

Clean, Quiet, Friendly

The campground owners greeted us on arrivals and guided us to a couple different campsite options. The campground are clean, open, easy to access. The trail is lined with logs so you can find your way to the fire rings and group camping spaces. Gorgeous scenery! Spots close to the road and a way…

SiteTent site
Month of VisitAugust
Ioan P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 26, 2021

Only if is necessary

Avertize it with $ 22 and Good Sam discount. But they charging you $ 24.89 Not a quiet place. Small place.

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Site4
Month of VisitJuly
Jeanie P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 20, 2021

Fine for just one night

We tried to stay at the Joe Skeen CG and it was full on a Wednesday. Searching further we found this spot. There are "no camping" signs once in the picnic area but nothing indicating no overnight parking or camping on the 3 spots near the TH for the Narrows Rim Trail. It was 7pm when we rolled…

Month of VisitJune
Jeanie P.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 20, 2021

Fine for just one night

We tried to stay at the Joe Skeen CG and it was full on a Wednesday. Searching further we found this spot. There are "no camping" signs once in the picnic area but nothing indicating no overnight parking or camping on the 3 spots near the TH for the Narrows Rim Trail. It was 7pm when we rolled…

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Month of VisitJune
Kathy L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 28, 2021

Special Spot

We loved this RV park for many reasons. Friendly people, creative vibe, nice campground, cozy cabins, full hookups for RVs, beautiful spot, free-range chickens, pet friendly, plus a yurt with enchanting wind chimes, spiritual labyrinth, a gong, art and healing artifacts. Not to mention the…

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SiteSite A & Cabin 3
Month of VisitMay
Cindy R.
Reviewed Apr. 10, 2021

NOT a campground - no overnighting

South Narrows Picnic Area: This day use area is set just off of NM Highway 117 and tucked against the sandstone cliffs among piñon and juniper trees. There are six covered picnic tables with fire grills available. The area also has two vault toilets. No overnight camping is allowed in the…

MThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 24, 2020

Price is good!

This RV Park is well advertised along the highway saying $20 for full hookups. Those sites were all full - mostly with long term tenants, but they had a group of sites with electric and water, no sewer... same price. We took it for two nights, then decided to stay a third night because our next…

Joseph W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 7, 2020

Night with the Alpacas

This privately owned Alpaca Ranch offers night stays through Harvest Host membership. The owners are wonderful people and allow RVer to stay on there property. They have an Alpaca Ranch which you can visit with the animals as well as other animals on property. They have a gift shop which is…

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Joseph W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 7, 2020

Amazed by the coldness of the caves

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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Joseph W.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 5, 2020

Amazing how cold it stays down in the caves

We are boondocking at the Ice Caves and Bandera Volcano near Grant's NM. This location is open to Harvest Host members for a free over night stay. You can hike to the open face of the Volcano and then down to the amazing cold of the Ice caves. Entrance is about $12 each. Cell service is good…

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Kristin S.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 31, 2020

Beautiful, cheap and quiet boondocking

A fun little campground with space to park an RV or rent a cabin. There are no hookups but you’re in a remote part of New Mexico under pines with a Giant night sky above. Plus you’ve got easy access to two fun little explorations... a 1.5 miles hike to the rim of the Bandera volcano and a 1/4 mile…

Max M.
Reviewed Jun. 28, 2020

A neat quirky Campground

We stayed here in 2018. The place has a very laid back vibe. The little cafe is fun and tasty. Decent clean shower house. Full camper hookups. It is just minutes from El Morro Nat’l Monument and close to Mal Pais Volcano flows. I recommend the place.

Jared F.
Reviewed May. 25, 2019

Not a camp site!!

This is just a picnic area, if you have a small tent you can make it work for just a night, one plus is you can hike the South Narrows trail!

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