General Campground Information

Quiet Hours

Our quiet hours are from 10pm -7am.  Late arrivals are welcome within these hours, however, we ask for consideration for those already checked-in.

General Information

Check-in Time: After 12 Noon
Check-out Time: 11am

You may check-in after hours using the Night Registration box next to the front door. If you have made a reservation, there will be a map with you name in the night registration box with all the information you need as well as directions to your site.

Currently there is an open fire ban in our region due to the drought. You may have a fire in the upright grills located on your site.

Quiet hours: 10pm-7am

Visitor Policy

Visitors are welcome.  For security reasons, all visitors must check with the office.

Check-in and Check-out times

Check-in starts at noon.  Early arrivals are not guaranteed as the customer in the site before may not have vacated their site. 

Check-out is 11am unless other arrangements have been made with the office.

Store Hours

Store hours vary according to season

Summer hours are 8-11am and 2-7pm

Winter hours are 8-11am and 12-5pm

Hours may vary.

Laundry Hours

Laundry hours are 8am-9pm

Playground Hours

Playground hours are 7am-dusk

Propane Hours

Propane hours match store hours except that we can not pump after dark or when lightning is reported nearby.

Dump Station Info for Customers not registered

Dump Station is available during store hours.

Fee $5

Food Service

During the summer, from Memorial Day to Labor Day, we provide a pancake breakfast and ice cream socials on the weekend.

Meet Your Hosts

The Robertson Family

Come and stay a few days! We have lots to see in our area!

"Come and stay a few days! We have lots to see in our area!," says Grant Robertson, owner of the Raton, New Mexico KOA. A custom cabinet builder, Grant purchased his KOA in March of 2003 and saw it as not only a business with great potential, but an investment for a lifetime. Although this is his first KOA purchase, he is not new to the camping business. He played a large part in the success of a KOA campground in Utah with his father-in-law. After turning the Utah KOA over to new owners, Grant worked with the new-comers for an entire year, ensuring both success and longevity for the campground.

With customer service taking top priority, Grant said, "I want customers to feel like they are home." Not only is this campground the Robertson's home, but Grant takes pride in his business and says it is a "reflection of me. I'm making it what I want it to be."

Raton is an experience filled with history and small-town charm. Campers are able to see more in one day than usual, which makes for an interesting trip, both for short stays and long.