A mere 2.5 miles south of the Historic Taos Plaza, and only 20 miles from the famous Taos Ski Valley,Taos Valley RV Park is one of the most beautiful places in Taos. Join us for a day, several days, a week, a month or a season or two. There is always something to do in and around Taos.

Set in the scenic Taos Valley, Taos Valley RV Park and Campground offers stunning vista’s and outstanding accommodations for tents, campers, Trailers , Motor Homes and RV’s of all shapes and sizes. Our warm, welcoming staff is happy to assist you and want your stay with us to become a pleasant memory for years to come. After all we hope you come back to stay with us year after year and send your friends to stay with us too!

Getting Here

From Albuquerque:

Take I-25 north to the Santa Fe Relief Route exit, then….

From Santa Fe:

The Beautiful but more direct route:(Also called The Gorge Road)

From Santa Fe: US Route 285/84 North to Espanola past the Native American Pueblos of Tesuque, Pojoaque, Nambe and O’Ke Owinghe.

At Embudo, Spanish for “Funnel” the road narrows as it enters the Rio Grande Gorge with the river on your right. The road continues to climb, winding its way through the rocky gorge to the high-desert area of Taos. Continue straight through the small settlement of Ranchos de Taos, site of the most-photographed and painted church in New Mexico, St. Francis of Assisi.

Continue straight to Estes Es Road on your right – between Tequila’s and Rio Grande Ace Hardware.

Taos Valley RV Park is 1/10 mile on your right.

From Fort Garland Colorado:

This is basically a straight road into Taos. No major turns, only route number changes.

Colorado Rte 159 South through the town of San Luis, the oldest settlement in Colorado.

At the New Mexico border, Rte. 159 becomes Rte. 522. Continue through the town of Questa.

Rte. 522 becomes US 64 at a major intersection on the north side of Taos.

Continue straight through the center of Taos where US. 64 becomes Rte. 68. Continue South through the intersection of 68/585. (Do not follow sign back to US 64).

Just past the intersection is a left turn onto Estes Es Road.

(Tequila’s Restaurant indicates your left turn)

TVRV is 1/110 mile on the left.

From Raton:

South on US 25 to Rte 64 East to Cimarron.

Continue on 64 to Eagle Nest past the Vietnam Vets Memorial.

You are now on the southern arc of the Enchanted Circle.

Turn left onto Rte 585 to the intersection with Rte 68.

Turn Left (South) on 68.

Less than 1 mile is Estes Es Road on the left – your landmark is

Rio Grande Ace Hardware and Tequila’s Restaurant.

Taos Valley RV Park is 1/10 mile along Estes Es Road