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Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park

2500 E Rte 66 Blvd, Tucumcari, NM 88401 United States
  • Latitude: 35.171721
  • Longitude: -103.693781
  • Phone: (575) 815-4085
  • Fax: No Information Available

  • Restrooms
  • BigRigFriendly
  • PullThrus
  • PetsWelcome
  • CreditCards
  • Showers
  • BackIns
  • LaundryFacilities
  • FullHookups
  • HandicapAccess
  • Ice
  • PicnicTables
  • Clubhouse
  • 20AmpService
  • 30AmpService
  • FireRings
  • RVStorage
  • 50AmpService
  • DumpStation
  • Tents
  • WiFiAccess
Located on Historic Route 66. 51 total RV sites. Big rig access! Can accommodate RVs up to 80ft, 20/30/50 amp, full hookups, back in, pull thrus, dump station, tents, WiFi, restrooms, showers, laundry, handicap access, RV storage, and picnic tables. Area Attractions: Restaurants, grocery store and gas station within a mile and half at a park.
Important Campground Notes
Reservations are required by phone only. PA discount is valid for one night. PA discount only valid during business hours. Open seven days a week, 8AM-8PM MT. No discounts on tent sites. Cash preferred, credit cards acceptable. No smoking in the building. Pets welcome. *Rates: 30-amp $32, PA $16 and 50-amp $34, PA $17. Plus tax. $1 fee for credit card payment. Rates are for two people, $2 for each additional person over 3 years old.
From I-40 westbound - take Exit 335, and go straight onto Route 66. From Eastbound I-40, take Exit 335, turn left at stop sign onto Route 66. Go one mile and park is on the left. From Hwy 54: bypass & Route 66, turn eastbound, go 1/4 mile and park is on the right.

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New Rates (5/13/2021)
$32.00 - $34.00, P.A.:$16.00 - $17.00

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Great place to stay. Nice, level pull through sites. Clean, pet & horse friendly.

Cathy Puccia
Wow. Stayed here on 3/11/2020. This place is really doing it right! Park has great stone pebble pull through pads. Super clean. Great water pressure. Bathrooms (3) are large individual locking rooms with large new large shower, toilet, vanity sink and electric plugs. Bathrooms are AWESOME. Super hot water. Brothers Silvio and John are wonderful owners and hosts. Helpful, friendly and going it right! Old Route 66 right there. Great mix of old closed up shops and working stores, BBQ restaurants, cheese factory down the road (sells retail cheap!). Love this place. Going back for sure. A steal at $15 a night for Passport America!

Lee Bridenbeck
Really like this place - awesome folks and well set up park. Dog walk area on site and close by. Tucumcari has some very interesting places to visit and great places to eat - try Watkins BBQ. Make this a place to spend a few days at you will be busy enjoying the town and local sights.

Heidi Still
Right on Historic Route 66! Quiet, friendly park. It’s owned by 3 brothers that are repairing and updating since purchasing a year ago. We have stay here before under the other management because it was convenient for one night. The WiFi is a bit spotty we get 4bars on Verizon. There are nice trees, grassy/green areas. Although we didn’t use the laundry and bathrooms, I did check them out. Clean and a full size washer/dryer which you pay them $3.00 to use. Sites are gravel level, wide enough for big rigs with a tow. One thing that is unique; they offer Horse Hotel with a corral big enough for at least 2 horses, while you stay! We would stay again if we were passing thru.

Paula Brown
We were on the way from Ft Campbell in Kentucky to Lake Havasu City in Arizona and stopped here for the night. This was a nice clean park with good sized sites and roads for an easy in and out. We would definitely stay here again.

Clyde Hamill
This is one of the best RV parks I have stay in this year. Route: Maine to Florida, to Maine, to Ohio, to Tucumcari to Wisconsin. The weather was so cold in Wisconsin I came,,, 1099 miles back to Blaze-N-Saddle. I doubt I leave for a long time. The owners are so wonderful and accommodating. I would suggest if you're near Tucumcari. Stop in and stay for a night or a while.

Ron Scheu
Blaze-in-Saddle RV park in Tecumcari, NM was a great place to stay. Since it has been under new ownership they are doing a good job. Sites are level, friendly helpful staff, quiet park, easy access. Would highly recommend this RV park.

Bob & stacey Mulliner
Very nice RV park. Excellent owners. Would highly recommend.

Imogene Ray
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