Manzano's RV Park Blog Discusses RV Camping in the Silver City, New Mexico Area

Manzano's RV Park is the preferred place to stay for many RV owners that vacation in the Silver City, New Mexico area. That’s because they offer a great location combined with exceptional customer friendliness. This RV park is also known for doing whatever it takes to enhance its guest’s experience. That includes getting them prepped for what they can experience in the southern New Mexico area. This RV park did that in the form of a new blog that they recently released.

Barb Mucciacciaro says, “Many first-timers to the Silver City area are amazed at all that it has to offer. It really is an incredible place and I can’t begin to describe what a refreshing and exhilarating feeling it is to live and work here. Interacting with our valued guests and seeing them enjoy all that the area has to offer only makes it that much better for us. Our new blog gives a sampling of what our guests can expect to experience in the area when they come to stay with us.”

RV Camping in southern New Mexico at Manzano

The new Manzano’s RV Park blog post is titled ‘RV Camping in New Mexico – Exploring In and Around Silver City, NM’. It goes on to mention that Silver City is located in the foothills of the Pinos Altos Mountains which are only a little east of what’s become known as the Continental Divide. Its location and the fact that Silver City is a smaller size city is what makes it popular for outdoor enthusiasts. Adding to the variety is that it has four different mild seasons. This city’s location is also known for its mountain vista views, low humidity, and clean & crisp fresh air. Also not lost on those who visit Silver City is its historic district that has managed to retain its old west flair. The blog also goes over such popular nearby attractions as the Gila Cliff Dwellings, the City of Rocks State Park, the Catwalk, and the Kneeling Nun. Although the city is smaller in size, the article points out that it still has a lively and vibrant atmosphere. Other popular area attractions that the blog mentions are The Big Ditch Park and The Silver City Museum which can be found in an old mansion that dates back to 1881. There is even a ghost ranch in the area that brave adventurers can visit.

The blog wrapped up by talking more about how Manzano’s RV Park can add to the Silver City area experience. This includes 25 Hookups of which 14 are the ‘pull through’ variety. All of them come with a view and are surrounded by trees, nature & tranquility. The campground itself is just off of state highway 180 which is also known as Silver Heights Blvd. They are a brief 5-to-10-minute drive from Silver City and its historic downtown area. The article also talked about how there is a Super-Walmart, other shopping, restaurants, movies, and a hospital within a short drive from the park. It describes camping at Manzano’s RV Park location as one that’s surrounded by pinion, juniper, and oak trees that only make the experience all that more special. Their elevation of 5,900 feet keeps their guests cool at night even during the summer so campers get a good night’s rest. That way they will be refreshed the next day when they can go see the nearby attractions.

Those that have stayed at Manzano's RV Camping have been very complimentary about their time there. Syljuana Williams wrote, “Great RV park! Most sites are nestled in pinion/cedar pines. Hosts fantastic, very helpful & friendly. Don't miss John's BBQ, great grill master!” Anita Storrs proclaimed, “What a gem!! We came for 4 nights and ended up staying 5 weeks! Clean, quiet small campground with awesome owners, Barb and John! Met great fellow campers and this place definitely felt like home! So sad to leave but know we'll be back! Silver City is an awesome little city!” Elizabeth Ward stated, “If I could give 10 stars I would. So much more than expected for the price. So organized they meet you at the entry and escort you to your site. So clean, Barb and John so helpful, have Saturday night happy hour, nice to meet other travelers and laundry. Went to go to Gila cave dwellings that were so interesting and also walked from the RV park (40 min but you could drive) to the Dragonfly trail. Very easy trail with real live petroglyphs.” These glowing reviews were taken from this campgrounds Google Maps Business listing where a vast majority of reviews rate them 5 out of 5-stars.

Reservations at Manzano’s RV Camping can be made right on its website and there is also an events calendar that can be accessed by a point-and-click feature on this RV park’s homepage.


For more information about Manzano's RV Park, contact the company here:

Manzano's RV Park
Barb Mucciacciaro
(575) 538-0918
103 Flury Ln
Silver City, NM 88061