We spent the first night of our journey to Laughlin at Boot Hill RV Resort, located about halfway between Tularosa and Alamogordo, New Mexico, on the east side of US Highway 54. Boot Hill RV Resort is a good overnight stop. The employees are friendly and attentive, and sites are large and spacious. All your basic amenities -- except for cable TV -- are available, and all worked fine except for the WiFi. Restrooms and laundry were well maintained and in good working order. We paid a rate of $27 for a single night stay, but the posted weekly rate is $125 (plus electricity) while the monthly rate is $225 (plus electricity). Although the park is located right next to a US highway, traffic noise was not a problem. Few trees are located in the gravel park, but this is the desert, after all. For the realistic traveler, this is a very decent RV park with views of the mountains to the east.
Below are some pictures of this very nice RV park.
|Office for Boot Hill RV Resort|
|Two private bathrooms are provided for the guests. They are well maintained.|
|Entrance to the laundry. The entrance to the showers is on the left side of this building.|
|Our site, #501, was long enough that we were able to stay connected. In the morning, all we had to do was disconnect the water and electric, bring in the slide, and we were on the road.|
|Some of the other pull thru sites waiting for travelers to pull in.|
|Back-in sites are located along the perimeter of the property. Those are the Sacramento Mountains in the background.|
|Rental cabins are also available on the property.|