Central New Mexico RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Central New Mexico

The central region of New Mexico features some of the most glorious natural wonders the state has to offer. This is a popular area for snowbirding RVers, camping families or other vacationers to spend some time outdoors. There are a number of tours, hiking trails, and many more attractions available.

The San Miguel Mission in Socorro, New Mexico, is more than 400 years old

Socorro’s treasures

Socorro’s history, geology, arts and natural environment provide many opportunities for visitors to educate themselves and enjoy the process.

Black's Smuggler Winery is located in the Rio Grande Valley near Socorro, New Mexico.

America’s original wine country

Wineries near Socorro, New Mexico, offer a warm welcome to visitors, with wine tasting and tours available.

Church in Socorro, New Mexico, beseeches you to take out your camera.

Historical secrets await in Socorro, New Mexico

The history of Socorro, New Mexico followed a few twists and turns before becoming the historical tourist hub it is today.

The historic San Miguel Church on the City of Socorro Historic Walking Tour.

Embrace New Mexico’s rich history with a walking tour in Socorro and Magdalena

Travel to Socorro and enjoy the rich history of the area by embarking on two historic walking tours in Socorro and Magdalena.

by Mason Buettner
A street scene at Magdalnea Trail drivers Cowboy Action Shooting.

Socorro, New Mexico, immerses travellers in local tradition and history

Whether you are hounding for rocks, discovering history or staging a Victorian-era shootout, Socorro, New Mexico, promises edu-tourism opportunities to immerse travellers in local tradition and history.

William Henry McCarty
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The famous outlaw of Lincoln, New Mexico

This small town is famous as the place where Billy the Kid shot the sheriff and escaped from the courthouse.

Patti Begin in Roswell, New Mexico.
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The little green men of Roswell, New Mexico

A discovery near Roswell in 1947 led to this small city becoming the UFO capital of the world.

Sandia tramway

Highlights of Albuquerque

The Rio Grande runs through Albuquerque, New Mexico's largest city and a fascinating melting pot of cultures.

The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Top things to see and do in Albuquerque

Albuquerque is an enticing destination for RV campers, with a number of interesting things to see and do.

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A tasteful tour of New Mexico’s culinary attractions

Come to this snowbirding hot zone to find the best food and drink events and establishments.

RV-friendly businesses near Central New Mexico