Boot Hill RV Resort
2 rating
(2)
Location
Address: 7345 US Hwy 54/70 1 Dog Ranch Rd, Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310
GPS: 32.59823, -105.59304
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Local Directions: S-bnd: From Jct of NM State Hwy 54/70 in Tularosa, South 5.8 mi on Hwy 54/70 (L); or N-bnd: From N Jct of 54/70 & Hwy 82 in Alamogordo, N 3.7 mi (R). Note: Turn right between two big yellow boots

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-575-439-6224
Website: http://www.boothillrv.com
Email: jccustom@tularosa.net

Open
All year

  Sites
50 RV Sites, 25 Tent Sites, 50 Full Hookup, 50 50 Amps, 19 Pull Thru

Rates
Daily Rates: $27.00
Discounts/Memberships: Escapees, Good Sam Club

Facilities & Services
Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, Restrooms, WiFi

Recreation
Fishing

Policies
No Tents, Pet Restrictions

Restrictions
Max RV Length 80 ft, Max RV Width 23 ft
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Total Sites50
RV Sites50
   
Tent Sites25
Max RV Length80 ft
   
Max RV Width23 ft
  
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2 star rating
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2 star rating
Great place if you don't mind horse manure stacked up for a month
hobhob
Newbie
January 26, 2013
Great looking campground, as you pull up. The roads are all nicely graveled as well as the pads. After some time the place wears on you. My critique will be very hard to write and be objective.

The spot we were placed in was 308 and it was 21 feet from the horse corral. I was raised on a farm in the Midwest so I do know a little about animals. The corrals were cleaned once a month, the manure was just piled up to be hauled away later. Now they did clean where the horses were fed and watered but the manure was just put in a pile and hauled away once a month. This lead to an enormous fly problem for several campers, we went so far as to go to town and buy fly traps which we hung near our trailer ourselves. We also had to hang fly strips in our trailer and arm ourselves with a flyswatter apiece.

We have a Brittany we thought would really enjoy the dog run. Wrong - it was loaded with goats head weeds.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
 
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