Cactus RV Park

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Rated 3-STAR by Woodalls before introduction of Wireless G Internet. See our ad in the 2007 TrailerLife Directory. Easy, Long, Wide Pull-Thru Spaces with Room for Slideouts where unhooking your vehicle from your RV is not required. Level gravel sites. 40 Channel Cable TV. Hi-Speed Wi-Fi Internet. 100MPS LAN. 30/50 Amp. 125/250 Volts. Some Shaded Spaces. Open Southwest for satellites. Full Hookups at All Sites. All Services Guaranteed with Perfect Lineup for Whatever Rig you have. New spaces for large units with 50 amp and open Southwest for Satellites. All City Utilities, with good tasting, clean city water. Clean, Quiet, and Secure With Manager Always on Premise. Can accommodate groups of RVs. Lot of our spaces can accommodate Fifthwheel Triples and Motorhomes with Car-haulers. Many spaces are protected from highway noise and wind. We now have spaces for motorhomes where the sun will not shine in your front windshield in the evening. New 25′ x 120′ spaces available with 50 amp and natural gas for park models. 3 Restaurants within 3 Blocks. Closest RV Park to Downtown, Museums, Post Office, Banks, Grocery Stores, and NO Schools or Railroads in the Vicinity!

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 505-461-2501

Max RV Length: 90

Max Amps: 50

Check-out Time: 11AM

Total Sites: 40

Camping Season: Open all year.


  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi


GPS: N 35. 10.314 / W 103. 42.708 I-40 Going East or West: We recommend Exit 332 {McDonald's}, Then North to Historic Route 66 (about 1 mile), Right (East) at Historic Route 66, stay in Right Lane. Slow to 20mph after NAPA Autoparts. Past Del's Restaurant to Cactus RV Park . We're only 1/3/4 miles from McDonald's. Coming South on US ROUTE 54 (through Dalhart.TX): After Dinosaur Museum Sign - which is 4 miles from our park - Slow down and stay in Right Lane. Take Exit 237 mainstreet towards downtown about 1/2 mile. Turn Left on Lake Street at Tucumcari Ranch Supply Sign, Past Chevy Dealer to Del's Restaurant. Look for our sign half block to the LEFT. If you get lost call (505)461-2501. US ROUTE 54 Going North: Take Exit 332 (McDonald's), Go North to Historic Route 66, Turn Right for about 1/2 mile (max 35mph), Stay in Right Lane. Slow to 20mph after NAPA Autoparts. Past Del's Restaurant to Cactus RV Park . If you have taken Exits 329 or 331: Take Route 66 east to the main traffic light (1st Street). We are just 1/2 mile east from there. If you have taken Exits 333 or 335: Take Route 66 west. We are 3/4 mile west from the Kmart. Go past the Kiva apartments and mobilehome park. Look for frontage with over 40 evergreen trees. Sometimes there is road construction so give us a call at (505)461-2501 for best directions.

Reservation Info

Spaces are usually available. Reservations are accepted by phone or email. Please call again if line is busy or there is no answer.

Pet Policy

Pets are allowed. All customers are required to pick up after their dogs.

Campground Rules

Outside lights are not necessary, so please keep them off.

Cancellation Policy

Please call or email if reservations need to be cancelled.


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Urban Oasis


January 11, 2007

A most unusual Urban RV Park. This park is almost the perfect overnighter's stopover. It has everything on my Overnight Wish List-no use in going over what has been stated in the profile above. It is all true. The owner couldn't DO ENOUGH to make us comfortable! It was very obvious the owner took great pride in the property; there were many new, young shade tree plantings on the property that seemed to be exceptionally well-cared for and protected. It is regrettable that the wonderful characteristics of this park and its management are spent on an urban park, bordered by a deserted, abandoned motel. We "visited" the motel as we walked to dinner a couple blocks away at Del's, a famous grazing spot. A surprising, memorable overnight treat in many ways; we would definately stop again when in the area!

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