General Campground Information

After hours emergency

We can be reached for after hour emergencies at 505 287 4376
This number should not be used for minor things that can be addressed during normal business hours. 
For a medical emergency please call 911.

Continental Breakfast

Continental Breakfast includes: 
Toast, Donuts, Cereal, Juice, Milk, Tea and Coffee.

Available Daily from 7.30AM till 9.30AM

Come and join other campers and socialize. You survived I-40! Come and share your stories.

HUNGRY? WE HAVE A DINNER SERVICE!

Our food service is seasonal between March 1st and November 15th.

Once you are onsite, you can order dinner and we will bring it to you! Last order is 6:45pm. We have everything from Yummy turkey dinners, to pizza, to smoked meat plates and more. We also have Pie and ice cream!!! Come on in and grab a menu!

PROPANE

Propane Currently unavailable.

Sewer Connection.

Sewer adapters must be used when connecting to our sewer system. Never stick your hose directly into a sewer connection, be sure to utilize a threaded elbow or rubber sewer gasket. Hoses without these connectors may go in too far and block the flow in the sewer lines causing a messy backup. Unsealed connections also allow sewer gasses and odors to escape.

STAY CONNECTED AT YOUR SITE

Free Wi-Fi pass codes are available to our campers at the office during office hours.

Courteousness

Camping at an RV park is a community experience, please be a good neighbor. Refrain from walking thru other occupied campsites. Keep music and TV volumes at a level that doesn't disturb others. Teach children good camping etiquette and always respect others especially during quiet hours (10PM - 8AM)

PETS

Camp pets are welcome here. Please keep pets on leash outside anywhere in the park and always attended by you. Our dog park is available to our camper pets for those dogs that like to run.

CHILDREN

Small camper children should always have a parent with them. Our playground is open for their pleasure 7:30am to dark.

Quiet Time

Please be kind to your camping neighbors and keep the volume down during quiet time after 10:00pm and before 7:30am.

GUESTS

Please tell us in the office if and when you are expecting guests. Camper guests should stop by the office to let us know they have arrived and all guests need to leave the property by 9:00pm.

RECHARGE YOUR ELECTRIC CAR

We are sorry we can no longer provide charging time to our electric car guests at any cost.

EXTRA VEHICLES

Please declare extra vehicles at check-in. We can accommodate most extra vehicles if we are made aware of them. That includes cars in-tow, moving vans, and cars not in-tow.

Meet Your Hosts

Brad and Paula Briglin

We're are open for the 2021 season so come on in and we'll treat you right.

Unique volcanic views in a peaceful desert setting are what you would find when visiting Brad and Paula Briglin's campground. The decision to purchase their KOA campground came in September of 2020 as the couple decided to make outdoor recreation a bigger part of their lives. "We enjoyed camping and the outdoors, and had past jobs at campgrounds," Paula stated. They recalled great camping experiences and wanted others to have the same good times and memories.

Brad and Paula enjoy the location of the campground and encourage getting outside and seeing local attractions. Paired with a friendly atmosphere, they love to share opportunities for fun and adventure for their campers. Their customer service allows the best camping in the area and the country. Their KOA has been awarded the President's Award every year since 2003.

"The Grants area in northwestern New Mexico is one of the best recreational areas in this part of the country" said Brad. "There is more here than many people know." In one day, campers can hike among ancient lava flow trails and then relax in the comfort of the cool evening back at the KOA. "We have a unique high desert setting," said Paula. Check out the El Malpais-http://www.nps.gov/elma/index.htm

In their free time, Brad and Paula enjoy hiking, cooking and pets.