Alamogordo / White Sands Koa

Alamogordo, New Mexico

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Nestled in the Tularosa Basin, this KOA is the perfect location to use as a base camp while exploring the beauty and attractions of southern New Mexico. With RV Sites, Tent Sites and Cabins, the campground can accommodate every type of traveling camper. Mild winters make Alamogordo a wonderful place to escape cold northern climates - be sure to ask about winter rates. A large rec room and long, covered outside patio work great for group events. Take a break from the desert heat in the inviting pool. Enjoy hiking or sand sledding down the vast gypsum dunes at White Sands National Monument, a short 15-mile drive from the campground. Learn about New Mexico's role in the U.S. space program through interactive exhibits at the New Mexico Museum of Space History. Explore ancient rock drawings at the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, just 30 miles north. Or you can take a stroll through the Alameda Park Zoo, established in 1898. Pool: May - early Oct. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: Kelly & Sandy Rodwick.

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