Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel

21 Old Hwy 60, Bosque, New Mexico
RV Park
11 reviews


Daily: $30 Reported 10 months ago
Weekly: $180 Reported 10 months ago
Monthly: $310 Reported 10 months ago
Discounts: We honor most Club Memberships
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Restrooms
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access



“Clean and Friendly, very close to highway”

This is a very nice park.  We were in the row closest to the highway and the noise was pretty loud.  The free wifi is only available at the office.  The sites are clean and there are a lot of trees to create privacy which isn't easy to do in the middle of the desert.  Everyone was very friendly.

“Peach lady”

Stop by here twice a year . Reba and the team do a great job.the park is clean and well managed. There's even room for your horse. The was a small peach tree by our site that had hundreds of small peaches. Reba stopped by and told us she would make us a peach cobbler next time we came thru. Just remind her when we called to make our reservation. Now....How about that! 

“Awesome little park!”

Awesome little park and awesome people!  We will be staying here again in the future!  They help out everyone they can who are stuck for a place to park for the night.

“A great little park”

We were only going to stay 2 nights, but actually ended up staying a week.  

The campground was full-hook up sites.  Sites are a little close, but enough space to put out our 3 slides.  WiFi was good & site was satellite friendly.  A no frills campground, but they offered what we needed.  Staff in office was friendly & helpful.

We used our time here as a base camp.  One day we drove east to the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument.  Another day we drove south west to see the Very Large Array, ghost town Kelly & San Miguel in Socorro.  Then another day we drove up to Albuquerque.  And finally we went over to the Bosque del Apache National Bird Sanctuary to see the cranes.

We would definitely stay here again if in the area.

“A good stopover.”

Sites a level and size adequate; not a lot of room to spread out. But, enough to get the slides out and etc. A little close to the freeway but the noise isn't intolerable and it quiets down later at night. It is convenient to many of the Crane/wildlife management/preserves. And, tons of other to do's. We'd stay here again.

“Friendly, Clean”

I agree with the other 5 star posts.  This is a little jewel in the middle of the desert.  Sites are level and clean.  Clean bathroons and showers and the manager and hosts are super friendly and can't do enough for you.  They even have free coffee in the morning!

“Great little park”

Bit of a surprise to see trees for shade. Spaces are large enough for 42 ft MH with tow. We were staying over night and we're happy to not have to unhitch. Owners are very nice and helpful.  Good water pressure and electrical hook ups.
Stayed: 06/04/16 to 06/05/16

“Pleasant Surprize”

Stayed 1 night. Staff was pleasant & accommodating. Sites are clean & level. It's a very easy enter & exit & can't be beat for the price. We've paid much more for a lot less!! It's an oasis in the middle of nowhere. I would definitely stay again.

LOVE THIS PLACE stayed one night and it was so pretty and very relaxing! We will be back everything we pass through.

“Happy find”

Would definitely stay again and recommend this quaint, shady, friendly RV park.  We cannot think of one thing negative to say.  All sites are full, pull through wih plenty of room and privacy.  Fenced small dog area, clean.  Shower room warm, clean and spacious.  Didn't use the laundry, but all else Great, 5 star.


This is a park with an amazing amount of shaded areas considering it's location.  Small fenced in area for a dog run but the first I've seen with a dedicated off leash area.  Great friendly people.  BUT have a can of mosquito spray handy. 

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