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Gila Hot Springs Campground

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a really nice private park deep in the Gila National Wilderness. The RV sites can handle pretty much any length but the park is small so sites fill up quickly. Very quiet except for the owners atv's and mules running the park every...More

1  Thank gargoyle158
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very glad we visited this place. Just wonderful. Had two nights at Gila Hot Springs RV Park- it was cold overnight but glorious days. The Dwellings were great to see. Amazing how these indigenous people lived many years ago. The park is a nice walk...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 7 September 2017

If your a local this is a ok nice drive to get to a 2nd rate RV camp. We were in a large Class A RV and toke Hwy 35 in as told, lots of sharp curves, steep drop offs and hills. Park was mediocore...More

2  Thank drgccgTx
Reviewed 1 May 2017 via mobile

We had never paid for a hot spring before coming here, rather choosing to make long drives and hikes to soak far away from other people. However, after contacting the Gila forest service about the state of the natural hot springs that are so plentiful...More

3  Thank Herzburger
Reviewed 2 April 2017

This was just the place for us! The hot springs were a perfect cure for sore muscles and cool temperatures. The hot, running potable water was a unique feature that came in handy. The price for camping can't be beat, and we had a gorgeous...More

Thank Rhonda T
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United States > New Mexico > Silver City
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10 April 2017|
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Response from Rhonda T | Reviewed this property |
I don't know if it is technically a reservation, but we did call ahead and they put us on their board, so kind of holding the spot. We got their number off their website.
Mary F
5 January 2017|
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Response from PeteC417 | Reviewed this property |
The lower campground is mainly for tents and does not have hookups but small RVs are accepted. We didn't have any problems with our 18' unit. Be aware that the only water is at the hot springs and comes out at 127 degrees... More
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"This is a campground, not a hotel. My ratings are for campground facilities and the surrounding area."
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"Arrive early and check with the manager -- some sites have been reserved but not so marked."
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"We took the last river side campsite upriver from the hot springs. Very quiet."
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