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Great winter state park, with sunny skies, reservoir lake with amazing boat ramps, water/electric camp sites, and nearby shopping. A lot of other parks were getting snow, but we soaked up the sunshine while camping in our 5th-wheel trailer in the South Montecello area, about...More
This was our first time here and we booked it last minute. It is quite vast area with ton hiking. It says mountain biking but we found trails often sandy soft not to our liking to bike. We stayed at Lions Beach and had lovely...More
The Elephant Butte State Park sits on one of the most fascinating lakes in New Mexico. It is also the biggest lake in New Mexico so it gets it share of visitors. Overnight camping is allowed and bonfires too, as the beaches are big and...More
Stayed one week at campground. Very nice site with full hookups. Rate was great due to the park pass which we purchased earlier. Truth or consequences was close for grocery’s and gas. Our site was clean but due to the time of year showers were...More
Elephant Butte State Park Lake and city "of" are both the friendly small town place you can relax in. The park host at main gate to the services in town. A couple eateries, 'Hot Stuff' and a taco place may be the only choices for...More
I had known about Elephant Butte Reservoir most of my life. It was a big lake in southern New Mexico. Never thought about the dam. When doing some research of the area for our trip through Truth or Consequences, I learned more about the Dam....More
Elephant Butte is our favorite state park in NM. We take I-25 North a lot, so we make it a point to always stop a night or two at E.B. We like Loop C. It overlooks the lake and has a path to the beach. Loop C has electric... More
Elephant Butte is our favorite state park in NM. We take I-25 North a lot, so we make it a point to always stop a night or two at E.B. We like Loop C. It overlooks the lake and has a path to the beach. Loop C has electric & water and easy access to a bathhouse. As for September, it's probably going to be on the warmer side, high 80's. Monsoon season, I think officially ends the end of September but like most of the high desert area, it's a gamble. Also the nights should drop to the 50's, making great campfire weather! Hope you enjoy your trip to the States. Safe travels!
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All campsites have cements slabs. Campsites are mainly for RV and campers. Some have sandy areas where a tent can be set up, but not all. I recommend Desert Cove camping area for tents. As of now, there is a burn ban and... More
All campsites have cements slabs. Campsites are mainly for RV and campers. Some have sandy areas where a tent can be set up, but not all. I recommend Desert Cove camping area for tents. As of now, there is a burn ban and you cannot have a fire at all.
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