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My wife and I are full timers just a couple of months shy of a full year on the road. We actively seek cheaper venues to stay at. Our latest blog entry (non-monetized blog) reviews a State Park, a Corp of Engineers Park and a County Park all of which should fit the budgets of those seeking either full or partial hook ups when they camp. You can see the review here: http://wanderingtootsies.blogspot.com/2018/04/hords-creek-lake-c.html Enjoy (photo rich).
Hello Esapers After purchasing my First RV (Winnebago 2100BH Micro Minnie) I am looking to take a 3 week trip this summer with my Wife and our 7 year old daughter. I have taken one Trip By Myself to pursue my latest passion Kayak Fishing on the Texas Coast a few months ago to get comfortable towing and setting up my RV, ect. I will be leaving from San Antonio, TX and looking to travel up to New Mexico and then back home. Looking to stay 1 week for each stop of our trip. What places would you recommend in Texas and New Mexico? (or Ok).
Live full time in your RV in the southwestern NM desert Take advantage of solar power! Features: 10 acres developed: water, electric, septic 2 large insulated workshop buildings concrete patio, 25' x 50' RV port (36' x 20' x 12' high) with gravel parking 3 RV electric pedestals 4 RV city water yard hydrants landscaped; spectacular star gazing and bird watching Moderate winter climate with 300+ days of sunshine; altitude 4,120'. Must see to fully appreciate the amazing 360º views, unique geology and experience the quiet privacy of this property. Located in the Village of Columbus, NM; 30 miles south of Deming on Highway 11 coordinates: 31º51'24″N 107º39'17″W 90 miles from Las Cruces or Silver City, NM & El Paso, TX contact Lew, owner 864-915-1556 8a.m.-7p.m. MT or Sun Country Realty, Frank Christensen 575-544-4450 MLS#20176078 asking $80,000
I found this on rubbertrampartist.com - a blog by Blaize Sun, a full-time rubber tramp. For $180 a year, New Mexico residents can buy this pass allowing them free developed (non-electric/no sewer) camping at any New Mexico state park. (The cost of the pass for residents of other states is $225.) The pass is good for 12 months from the month of purchase. (Learn more about the New Mexico State Parks Pass and/or order one here: https://newmexicostateparks.reserveamerica.com/showPage.do?name=common&commonPath=/htm/NM_AnnualPasses.html.)