The USDA recommends "Burn it where you buy it". Do not bring your own firewood with insect hichhikers, we have local firewood bundles available. Because of drought in the Southwest, we do have times when "Burn Bans are in effect. We will let you know as they occur.
Check in for Cabins is 3:00 pm. Check out is 11:00 am. A deposit is taken to secure your reservation. If you need to cancel Call the office, Do Not Email, no later than 7 days prior to arrival and we will refund your deposit less a $10 cancellation fee.
Check in is 1:00 pm, Check out is 12:00 pm. Cancellation for sites: We will be taking a deposit of one night to secure your reservation. If you need to cancel, Call the office, Do Not Email, no later than 4 pm 2 days before your arrival and we will refund minus the $10 cancellation fee.
Camp Store is open for winter hours 8:00 AM (Mountain Time) to 6:30 PM. (Join us for Complementary Coffee in the morning) Hours extend during Spring and Summer
Speed Limits are posted in the campground. Please observe them for the safety of children, pets and other guests.
Help us recycle! We have bins throughout the park for cans, and another bin for glass and paper.
WiFi is available throughout the park. Ask for the code in the Store/ Office
Coffee is served every morning in our store and is complementary. Join us for a cup!
Pets are part of your family, for their safety, please keep them leashed and quiet at all times. We do have a doggie park for them to run around in. Please pick up after them for the health and cleanliness of the campground. Please do not leave them unattended in the park while you are gone. NO PETS IN THE PLAYGROUND OR BUILDING. No aggressive dogs allowed. There are certain breeds that have been identified by our major insurance provider as having a history of unfriendly and aggressive behavior to other dogs and to humans. These breeds are Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes, Rottweilers, and Dobermans. These breeds are not allowed in the park. We encourage all dog owners to call in advance to inquire about any specific rules that might apply to their situation.
Open May 15-Sept 15, weather permitting. Please note, there is no lifeguard on duty. Children under 16 must have an adult with them. See the posted rules in pool area.
Please keep your site neat and orderly. There are cans for trash throughout the park. Do not leave trash out on your site, critters will get into it.
10 PM- 7 AM Please allow other guests to get a good nights sleep.
We appreciate the complements we receive on the cleanliness of our Restrooms and Laundry. Please do not wash dishes in sinks in Restrooms for health reasons. A sink is provided for this purpose. Quarters for the laundry can be obtained in the Store.
We enjoy having groups and have a rec room and patio available for you. Please call to discuss availability and how we can make your stay enjoyable.
Thanks to all our guests for making us a President's Award and Founder's Award winning Campground. We look forward to another great year!Jon and Kris were in the hum drum insurance business back in Michigan. They had their own agency in the small town of Whitehall. Not too many get excited about insurance. However, campers do get excited about going camping! They decided to make a business change and leave the Insurance game behind. What have they found? Lot's of happy campers here at the Silver City KOA! Campers who enjoy exploring the wonderful area while staying with the Greenwood's at their beautiful park just outside Silver City, NM. Jon and Kris also are still exploring the area. Living here for a while now, they have some favorite activities. Both really enjoy golfing. Here in Silver City we have a great course. Jon says, Coming from Michigan I find our course here a challenge. Biggest difference is when you miss the fairway back in Michigan your not hitting out of rocks! Surprisingly this has helped both Jon and Kris' games! The Four Wheeling in the area is spectacular. Exploring canyons and forest roads is breathtaking and relaxing. Both also enjoy water activities such as fishing and boating. Can you do that here? Yes! We have several local lakes. Jon and Kris have visited Bill Evans Lake, Lake Roberts and Bear Canyon Lake. Jon caught a nice stringer full of trout last fall. He has a wooden kayak he built and two more in the garage under construction. So bring your boat, canoe or kayak and do some fishing or paddling here in Grant County. Jon and Kris are used to small town. Silver City though seems extra relaxed to them and both are learning to adjust to that pace. What a terrible problem to have! During the summer season Kris is busy on weekends running the cafe. She cooks breakfasts for guests, and just recently has perfected her own Green Chile sauce. She added breakfast burrito's to the menu with the Green Chile. They are a hit! Locals say it is the best "Green Sauce" they have had. Jon seems to be always working on some project new or old, but both, though busy, love to take time to sit and visit with guests. We invite you to come and stay at our Silver City KOA! Enjoy the hospitality and warmth of the Southwest. Be assured Jon, Kris and staff will do their best to make your stay an enjoyable one. Take your time going but hurry back to the Silver City KOA. - The Greenwood's