Water to Park is Turned Off November-May.
Off the Beaten Path
But Well Worth the Drive.
16 Springs is a top pet-friendly RV park for camping in Cloudcroft, New Mexico located in the heart of the beautiful Lincoln National Forest.
Park your RV and enjoy ample space in nature to relax, unwind, and breathe in the fresh mountain air. Hike, gaze up at the Milky Way, ride your ATV, and play your way all over the park – creating memories with your family that will last a lifetime.
About 20 minutes east of Cloudcroft, New Mexico, you will find one of the beautiful RV parks in the American southwest. 16 Springs has a friendly atmosphere and a list of amenities that keep our visitors coming back year after year. Enjoy our proximity to White Sands, the Carlsbad Caverns, Ruidoso, Fort Stanton, and a million acres of the Lincoln National Forest.
Firewood, not Facebook.
Ever hear an elk bugle? You just might!
Scenic Cloudcroft, NM Camping.
16 Springs offers Cloudcroft, MM camping and the chance for a digital detox by unplugging and giving the brain a chance to slow down, reconnect with nature and enjoy each and every moment for what it is. The only traffic jams are cows and elks walking around the park.
Being off the beaten path, we do not have WiFi service. However, cellular service is a five-minute drive from the park.
Wonderful adventures for all ages.
Scenic Cloudcroft, NM RV Parks
16 Springs is a Cloudcroft, NM RV park incorporating the highest standards suited to today’s traveling rigs.
Our beautiful park enjoys majestic mountain and valley views. We’re a short scenic drive away from shopping, dining, waterfalls, hiking trails, fishing streams, lakes, and monuments (historical and natural).
At 16 Springs, you can:
- Cozy up to a campfire.
- Enjoy fresh mountain and forest air.
- Trout fishing in nearby waters.
- Hike, bird watch, and view wildlife and nature.
- ATV recreation.
- Winter activities.
Our naturally lush landscaping allows plenty of space to gather around with friends and family.
As a small, intimate park of 20 spaces, most offer full hookups. We also have an onsite dump station.
Stay With Us
Night, week, or month.
Guests may rent a site for a single night, a week, or an entire month. Maximum 3-4 guests guests per site.
- 30-amp service.
- Ice and convenience items.
- Fire pits.
- Picnic tables.
- Firewood and concessions for purchase.
- Free elk viewing! It’s really cool.
White Sands.1 hour away
One of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico.
Experience great wave-like dunes that have engulfed 275 square miles of desert.
Carlsbad Caverns.2 hours away
Witness high ancient sea ledges, deep rocky canyons, flowering cactus, and desert wildlife.
Below the ground are 120 caves, along with vast underground chambers, up to 250 feet high.
The Old West
Ruidoso.1 hour away
Sierra Blanca is home to Ski Apache, which also has Zipline tours during the summer months.
There is also live music, outdoor cafes and restaurants, along with museums and shopping aplenty.
Fort Stanton.90 minutes away
Visit over 155 years of history -- from military garrison to tuberculosis hospital, and once serving as a WWII internment camp.
Fort Stanton has been home to Kit Carson, the Buffalo Soldiers, 'Black Jack' Pershing, German prisoners, Geronimo, and Billy the Kid.
Cloudcroft is a beautiful, peaceful small town located within the heart of the Sacramento Rocky Mountains.
Highlights include a thriving business district, artists' galleries, and numerous retail and gift shops.
The Definitive Legend
Lincoln.90 minutes away
This National Historic Site is considered by many historians to be the most authentic old west town remaining in the United States.
Players straight from history -- Billy the Kid, Sheriff Pat Garrett, John Chisum, Alexander McSween, and John Tunstall.
The VLA.3 hours away
The Very Large Array is one of the world's premier astronomical radio observatories consisting of 27 radio antennas.
Shaped in a Y-shaped configuration, the VLA is located on the Plains of San Agustin fifty miles west of Socorro, New Mexico.
594 16 Springs Canyon Road
Cloudcroft, NM 88317
East on Hwy 82 for 8.5 miles.
Proceed 10 miles west past Mayhill.
Between mile marker (MM) 24-25, do not take Elk Springs/16 Springs cut off at Mayhill.