Questa Lodge RV Park Questa

Where is it at?

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Questa Lodge RV Park
82 Lower Embargo Road
Tel: 575 586-9913


From Taos, NM, take the New Mexico Highway 522 N towards Questa. Turn right at the Mustang Gas Station, and before the small bridge crossing Red River, the lodge is on the right hand side.

Where are we going today?

Questa Lodge RV Park is ideal for those families who just want some peace and quiet away from the usual hustle and bustle that time away together can bring! This is where you recharge.

It is set in a relaxing, and picturesque environment just 24 miles north of Taos in New Mexico. They are 13 miles from Red River, and only 20 miles from the Colorado border.

The nearby natural wonders of Enchanted Circle, Carson National Forest and the Rio Grande give families amazing locations to get out hiking and enjoy a spot of fishing.

If you are an RV loving family, you get a picnic table at each site, as well as laundry, restrooms and showers (and wait for it...their wifi has arrived! Yay! Not that we condone spending time on Facebook when there is a world to see!), and they also include 30 or 50 AMP and some satellite service.

If you are more a drive and cabin style family, they have 6 quaint wooden cabins for you to rent, with a Queen sized bed, bathroom, satellite TV, and everything you need to cook up a lovely family meal! 

The park itself has a playground for kids to use all that excess energy from the day, and there are camp grills, as well as grills by the pond that you can rent out for a party or your very own cook out!  Maybe even invite your new neighbors!

The park is surrounded by the Carson National Forest, but Hot Springs is 78 miles away, and Santa Fe is 94 miles away.

If you are flying into Questa Airport they can come and pick you up! Now that is lovely, friendly service! 

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What is there to do?

In Taos (24 miles away) there are museums, casinos, restaurants and a ton of shops. At Red River (13 miles) there are fun ATVs, mountina biking, chair lift, as well as special events through the summer.<p>
In Carson National Forest there are jeep trails, fishing, and mountain biking, and in the Wild Rivers Recreation Area (25 miles) you can hike down the confluence of the Red River and Rio Grande (this is 800ft down and up!) as well as picnic areas and a visitor center.

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $32 (for 2 people and 1 child less that 16 years old) / day
  • Full hook up $192 / week
  • Tents $15 (for 2 people and 1 child less that 16 years old) / day
  • Tents $90 / week

Facilities on site

Most sites offer 30 or 50 AMP and some satellite service (they provide receivers). There is also a picnic table at each site.

There are also restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities available, as well as free wifi. There are camp grills, a playground and grills to rent if you want to have a cook out!

When can we go?

Year round

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