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Old 06-06-2014, 06:43 PM   #1
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We are considering a grandkid trip to Cloud Croft in the near future. We see a couple parks with good reviews but both indicate they may be tough to get in and/or have only 30 amp service.

Does anyone have experience getting a 43' MH into a nice park in the Cloud Croft area?

Thanks is advance.
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Vance, we used to be regulars in Cloudcroft for many years having owned both a 160 ac ranch and a mountain log cabin at one time or another. However, we have not been up there much for the past five years, except to stay with friends at their place, across the ski area. The only RV park that can provide space and 50 amp service I am aware of is the one in Mayhill on the Penasco river. There are a couple of NF Service campgrounds for dry camping. There is an RV park at Silver Lake on the Mescalero res I don't know much about other than we used to fish the lake. On the Ruidoso side you have a lot more options including the Inn of the Mountain Gods. Hope this helps.
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Thanks for the tip! I looked at Ruidoso and it has lots of great options. We're looking for someplace , not too far away, that isn't hot or at least cools off at night.
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We lived in Alamagordo years ago and went back through last year. We stayed at a decent State a few miles east but I'm thinking it only had 30 amp service.
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Take your grandkid to Sunspot just south of Cloudcroft on the ridge of the mountains. We stayed at the Mahill campground, also
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When we go to the Cloudcroft area we stay in Mayhill at the Deer Springs RV park. Get reservations because it fills up in the summer.
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