Taos Valley RV Park & Campground

5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.

120 Estes Road
Taos, NM
GPS Coords: 36.368726, -105.590571
Phone: 505-758-4469
Phone 2: 800-999-7571
Fax: 575-758-9875
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Taos Valley RV Park & Campground
5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.
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RV Park Details

RV Park Open Dates:

01/01 through 12/31


  • BBQ Grills
  • Convenience Store
  • Dump Station
  • Internet Access
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Pavillion
  • Picnic Area
  • RV Storage
  • Wifi


  • Playground


  • Pet Friendly

RV Site Details

Number of RV Sites:


Site Hookups

  • 50 Amp
  • Full Hookups

Site Accommodations

  • Big Rig Capable
  • Group Camping Area
  • Pull Through Sites

Rate Information

Typical Daily Rate for:

Full Hookup: $37.20
Dry Camping: $22-25.00

Payment Methods

  • Credit Cards Accepted

Discounts Accepted

  • Groups
  • Monthly Stay

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Reviews for Taos Valley RV Park & Campground

3 reviews for this RV park

  1. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    October 5, 2008
    Awesome park. Beautiful, rustic flavor. Friendly staff, and impeccable facilities. The views were nice and you felt secluded (quiet!) even though you're close to town. Even the gift shop was amazing-not full of cheap tacky souvenirs, but some actual artwork!
  2. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    March 10, 2008
    A park with incredible mountain views, close to town and close to all of the major attractions of the area. Park employees were very friendly and helpful. Park roads and pads are gravel / mud. During the time that we were here mud was a major problem. The utility hookups were set far back requiring multiple extensions for tank dumps. Restrooms and showers were spotless. Laundry facilities had "micro washers" that reqired the use of three machines for one normal sized load.
  3. Facebook Avatar Anonymous
    October 23, 2007
    We just ran up to Taos for a weekend get away from Santa Fe. We were pleasantly surprised. As a local, I can tell you that many of us would kill to achieve the native landscaping that Taos Valley has achieved between the sites. Flatlanders might not appreciate the Chamisa and Scrub Oak, but I can tell you that the quantity and density of both is impressive. With their use of mini-"Coyote" fences, they provide adequate screening between sites and a really feel for the local environment. The whole site is also surrounded by a Coyote fence (rustic 6' high poles) which gives good definition to the place, screens nearby development and, again, provides some authentic local flavor. The dog run is excellent with benches, a ramada-style shelter and convenient disposal stations with scoops. Night lighting is subdued and adequate. Hooks are generally good but we found the sewer too far to the back for our 20' f hose to reach. Access can be tight. We were given site 92. The only way we could have gotten into this pull-through in our fiver would have been to back in. But things weren't too crowded so we just pulled into an adjacent site and received the blessings of the staff after the fact. One other note. An earlier poster said that there was no playground. There is and it received high marks from our 12 year old. We like to grab last a long weekend every October before packing it in for the winter. We usually do Durango or Ruidoso. After this weekend, Taos and Taos Valley RV Park will be on our rotation.

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