Burro Mountain Homestead Silver City

Where is it at?

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Burro Mountain Homestead
665 Tyrone Road
Silver City
Tel: 575 538-2149


If you are coming from Silver City, head south for 10 miles on Hwy NM 90 for 1.1 niles after the mine railroad overpass. Turn right on Tyrone/Thompson, then 7 miles on county road 4-2 to the gate.

Where are we going today?

Want to wake up in a beautiful setting with Mule deer roaming around your RV? That's what Burro Mountain Homestead has! 

This RV Park is located just outside Silver city, and has the beautiful and peaceful Gila National Forest surrounding it, and yes, Mule deer do roam the park!

The trees provide a great relief from the hot surrounding desert, so you can be sure there will be plenty of shade for you. 

In addition to the RVs, there are five guest accommodations to enjoy should your family prefer something without wheels. 

For those RV families there are 29 daily 30 amp full hook ups, and five 50 amp pull through full hook ups, as well as a few boondocks, and also long term TV sites. 

The park love being social, and hold regular get togethers for everyone who is staying.  Campfires, Wednesday night socials, line dancing, yoga...make sure you join in!

They have a bathhouse with showers as well as a laundry facility. 

The Burro Mountain area has a ton of great ATV trails, so the homestead is a great base for ATV riding.  There are also hiking trails which are great to go out and explore the wilderness and look for wildlife, as well as bird watching, rock hounding, and even abandoned mines!

The summers are sunny and mild, so a cool relief from the hot desert sun!

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What is there to do?

Much of New Mexico is designated as public land and administered for multiple uses. With hundreds of miles of backcountry trails, off-highway vehicle use is permitted when it is done in a responsible and safe manner. And thanks to the New Mexico’s new Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Act, recreational pursuits have never been safer.

See website for activities calender.

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $21-$23 Plus taxes / day
  • Full hook up $126-$134 Plus Taxes / week
  • Tents $10 plus taxes / day

Facilities on site

They have 29 daily 30 amp full hook-ups, as well as five 50 amp pull through full hook-up sites. They also have a few boon dock sites available.

There is a public telephone, and a bathhouse, as well as a games room, exercise room, horseshoe pit and a ting pitch. ATVs there are trails for you, as well as soft drinks and ice available, and if you want a camp fire, just check the fire status sign outside the office.

When can we go?

All year round

What people are saying?

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    Great place to live people are wonderful especially the office staff

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