New Mexico RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in New Mexico

New Mexico is a stunning area of the USA, where RV camping, hiking and other outdoor recreation opportunities abound. Check out our New Mexico stories and start planning your RV holiday today.

city of Santa Fe at night
New Mexico

Snowbirding RVers will love these New Mexico camping destinations

From Socorro to Taos, there are fantastic places to go RVing in New Mexico.

An adobe building in Santa Fe is silhouetted against a brilliant blue sky.
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Blue skies above, adobe down below: Everyone’s in love with Santa Fe

There is a boundless quality to the blue skies of Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
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.

Pictured here is a sky full of colourful hot-air balloons at the International Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque.

Realizing your dreams is up to you—make it happen!

Realizing your most fantastic dreams is possible, but you have to start with visualization and the true belief that they will materialize.

Aztec is beautiful and invites history buffs to explore

Top things to see and do in Aztec, New Mexico

RVing in Aztec this year? Here are some must-see attractions.

Aztec ruins

Experience the Unesco World Heritage Aztec Ruins

Aztec has a fascinating attraction that you will want to explore immediately.

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
Rubia's owner Randy Hodge and Kim, his wife of 22 years and inspiration for all three of his restaurants' names

Rubia’s — A classic Mexican eatery with its own microbrewery

RVwest talks with Rubia’s Fine Mexican Dining owner Randy Hodge about his food, brews and long-time love who inspired the restaurant’s name. 

by Louis Bockner
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.

Sebastian Halyard is a full-time backcountry RVer
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The spaces between the places

At 65, Sebastian Halyard is looking forward to at least a few more years of living off the grid in precious solitude.

William Henry McCarty
Central New Mexico

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.
Central New Mexico

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.

Taos Pueblo and creek.
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Taos Pueblo, New Mexico

A tour of the oldest continuously inhabited community and the largest multi-storied pueblo structure in the United States.

RV-friendly businesses near New Mexico