Camping near Silver City

Camp in Silver City for a trip full of hot springs, volcanic formations, and wild west history.

94% (123 reviews)
94% (123 reviews)

Popular camping styles for Silver City

Dog-friendly getaways

Under $50

12 top campgrounds near Silver City

86%
(7)

Silver City above San Vicente Creek

2 sites · RVs2 acres · Silver City, NM
Learn more about this land:Looking for a place to park your rig while checking out Silver City, gateway to the Gila Wilderness? Park at Perk! Located conveniently on the outskirts of town, the park borders the San Vicente creek open space with hiking and biking trails that lead downtown through a beautiful riparian area. Overlooking the expanse, our sites are level and easy to access from town. Each site has easy access to WiFi, water and electric, and with a little creativity, even sewer hookups! This is not your typical RV park, with limited sites and no onsite bathroom, it's a diamond in the rough!
Pets
Potable water
Trash
from 
$20
 / night
100%
(1)

Silver City RV Site

1 site · RV1 acre · Silver City, NM
RV Camping close to Silver City. This is a great spot for a small, fully self contained RV or trailer. Close to Silver City and the Gila National Forest. Includes a 30/20 amp electrical hookup, well water and sewer connections. The site will accommodate one RV up to 28 feet long or a small RV trailer up to 20 feet long (allowing room for the tow vehicle). This quite spot is located in a wooded location about one mile down a reasonably well-maintained private dirt road. There is room to park your support vehicle too. This is a great spot for those seeking quite. Well behaved pets and children are welcome. The neighbors do walk their dogs, so please be considerate of other animals. "Bill's spacious, graveled RV site has well-maintained full hookups and its own private driveway. It's located in a quiet, wooded, sparsely settled neighborhood with occasional visits from deer. The location is very convenient to everything that Silver City has to offer. Bill is easygoing and very accommodating. We had a wonderful stay and enjoyed it so much that we extended our stay twice. We hope to stay with Bill again in the future." Ginny W & Jim D.
Potable water
from 
$30
 / night
100%
(1)

Little Walnut Haven

1 site · RV6 acres · Silver City, NM
Ten minutes from Silver's historic downtown, fifteen minutes to Walmart, and once you get here you're in a world of your own.. Your off-the-beaten-track concrete pad (18' x 23', so best for vans and class B RVs) is on a dead end off a dead end, and far enough from me to give you complete privacy. (It's a short distance from the house front, but as I use a second driveway that goes to the back you won't see very much of me.) I'm on six acres of land with trees all around the pad, and you're five minutes away from the Gila National Forest, with Gomez Peak visible from your secluded one space, one vehicle site. It's dark and quiet at night, with just enough dogs barking to remind you you're in New Mexico. I have earplugs if you don't. That's about it. This is a new venture for me and I'm happy to listen to any suggestions you might have that would make your stay even more enjoyable. Welcome! And a P.S. I hope I can take away soon: There's a road construction project underway on Little Walnut Road, the way to the house. You may experience a brief delay or a short detour as you go up or down.
from 
$30
 / night
100%
(73)

ESCAPE to the L.C. Ranch , Gila NM

7 sites · RVs8 acres · Gila, NM
The L.C. Ranch was the second largest Cattle Ranch in American history. In its heyday around 1900 it was over one million acres. Today the cows are gone, along with the vast tracts of land and the cowboys that managed the herds. The Lyons and Campbell Ranch Headquarters remains as a time capsule of an era past. The extensive adobe compound includes the 27 room adobe mansion of Cattle Baron Tom Lyons and his wife Ida Campbell, along with the fabulous Old West Saloon, Jail, post office, bunkhouses, Theater and Chapel. In the summer months enjoy the great swimming pool, and in the spring and fall enjoy the Mimbres design hot tub. Our RV sites are closed in the winter, but our Airbnb apartments are closed in January only. The Theater has just added a video cinema system to its live performance capabilities. Think "movie night". There is a lot of history here, and for just $10/person you can take the 2 hour tour of the historic grounds. The L.C. Ranch is located in the tiny village of Gila, just 30 minutes from Silver City, right off U.S. 180 on NM Hwy 211. Learn more about this land:         Near Silver City, New Mexico, the Historic Lyons & Campbell ranch is in the tiny village of Gila in the lush Gila river valley in the otherwise arid Mountain Southwest. Dog Friendly!  (Cats? Not so much, better keep them inside your RV at all times).  This massive 60 room adobe compound dates from 1810, is one of the oldest houses in the southwest and was a million acre ranch, the second largest in America back in its heyday from 1880 to 1920, and includes a museum, theater, Old west Saloon, Chapel, jail and two apartments "Inn at the L.C. Ranch" in Gila, NM, available for short term rental on a!rbnb.      4 RV spots with full hookups, AND Wi-Fi.  20 or 30 amp, are $40 per night for up to 2 people. 50 amp for $50 per night. Additional guests are $10 per night, and up to 6 people per site. Hook ups include sewer and water connections, and access to the swimming pool, Hot tub, Old west Saloon and Gallery.  Two night minimum.  Swimming pool is open May thru September, Hot tub is currently off-line due to rennovations.    NO FIREWORKS! Please!  We are relaxing our fire ban to allow charcoal or gas BBQs, and fully screened portable fire pits, if it is NOT windy.  We do not supply these. There is plenty of firewood here, but you will have to cut/break it to usable size. Please be careful.   The authentic old west Saloon, Historic Main House, Theater, Gallery, Jail are all available to tour, and for workshops, retreats, Weddings, groups etc. The two hour guided tour of the museum in the main house, the "adobe mansion" of Cattle Baron Tom Lyons, is $10 per person for RV guests.   The swimming pool and Lanai are located near the Sunset Site, RV Site #3.  It will handle any size rig, 65'+, 20/30/50 amp. Big fifth wheels, Class A or C Motorhomes, no problem. It is our only pull through site. The Lanai by the pool has BBQ, pizza oven, sink, refrigerator, music, games, croquet, darts... Site for Sore Eyes, #4, is a smaller site with 20/30 amp electrical service. It is a "back in" site suitable for Class C, CamperVans, and smaller travel trailers.   The other two RV spots are a short walk away, about 150 feet.  Site #2, Gemini Site is good for up to 65', pull in, perfect for any size Motorhome or big rig, 20/30/30/20 amp with a unique double rig pedestal that allows a second 30 amp rig to hook up at your descretion. It also has its own shaded picnic area and picnic table. 4" sewer connection.  Site #1 has a full tree canopy over head, perfect for Class C or Travel trailers. "Back in" site, 20/30/50 amp, water, 4" sewer and wi-fi.     The Mimbres design hot tub is located in the bath house between the two RV locations.  It is wood-fired and available on request. (currently off-line due to rennovations)  It takes all day to heat it up and it is NOT recommended on windy or freezing nights as it is quite exposed.   There is also a bathroom with flush toilet at the pool, along with fridge, BBQ, Wood fired pizza oven, misters and bar in the Lanai, and a guest laundry with an indoor shower nearby in the Spanish courtyard. There are additional bathrooms in the Saloon and the Theater.     Karaoke at night in the old west Saloon used to be a regular occurrence on weekends before covid, let's see if we can get that going again this summer. The Saloon is equipped for live music as well, with guitar and bass amps, P.A. and electronic drum kit. The Saloon as well as the entire property is BYOB. The Saloon is not open to the public and has no liquor license. We like it this way.      Wi-fi is available at all our RV sites, and is best in the Saloon and Gallery.  We have just installed new Wi-Fi extenders.  Cell phone service is sketchy, some people with Verizon or T-Mobile get service. It's best on the observation mound.  Discounts for longer stays...
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Showers
Trash
from 
$40
 / night
89%
(69)

Casita on Sapillo Creek Escape

4 sites · Lodging, Tents20 acres · Lake Roberts, NM
Sapillo Creek Escape is a truly unique gem in the Gila Wilderness. It sits at 6,000 feet above sea level, was custom designed and built by the creator of the Bear Creek Motel and Lodge in Piños Altos, and took 7 years to construct. Everything from the saltillo tiles to the wood latilla ceilings are custom built and exquisitely hand-laid. With over 3,000 square feet in the home at your disposal, this place is made for just you, or you and your family and friends, to enjoy the Gila Wilderness, Silver City, and Grant County. Fishing, birding, biking, hiking, horseback riding and more await you in the Gila, with dining, arts, culture and more in Silver City. The Casita at Sapillo Creek Escape sits on 20 acres, so camping is welcome. Pets are permitted with prior review and approval. All pets must be friendly and get along with other pets, and must be fully vaccinated (proof of vaccinations is required, especially rabies, parvo virus and kennel cough). We purchased Sapillo Creek Escape in early 2019. We are thrilled and honored to own it, and be the caretakers of this gem, which was so dear to the owner’s heart.Welcome to our home! Tommy & Jennifer
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Showers
Cooking equipment
from 
$15
 / night

SkyView Rentals

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Lake Roberts Heights, NM
A relaxing getaway for rent in the middle of three million acres of forested hills, majestic mountains and range land. It is probably best known for its wilderness areas, in particular the Gila Wilderness - the first wilderness in the United States. The magnificent mountain scenery, cool summer temperatures and relatively warm winters permit a wide range of recreational opportunities during all seasons. Spend your summer days at the grapevine cooling off in the Gila River or fish or kayak at Lake Roberts for a day of family fun or visit Doc Campbell’s for a relaxing day in the hot springs in to the Gila river.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$120
 / night
100%
(1)

Ridge Park RV and Campground

20 sites · RVs, Tents18 acres · Silver City, NM
Ridge Park is located near the Continental Divide nestled in the foothills of the Burro Mountains. We are just minutes south of Silver City. We have 20 full hookup sites spread out over 18 acres. We are surrounded by live oak trees and a well-manicured natural landscape with 360-degree views of the nearby forest and valley and distant mountains. Unlike other RV resorts, Ridge Park is a great place to enjoy nature and its wildlife in a serene setting.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Showers
from 
$42
 / night
100%
(2)

Camp Xantara

1 site · RV3 acres · Mimbres, NM
Xantara overlooks the Mimbres valley and river with an expansive view. There is a Bakery close by that is open for breakfast Tue - Sat and a museum that is open on weekends. Gila Hot springs, cliff dwellings, wilderness, petroglyphs and pictographs are 1/2 - 2 hrs. north on hwy. 35. Silver City is 1/2 hr. away with a variety of restaurants, galleries, coffee shops and museums. City of Rocks state park is to the south. Site has water, electric, trash and recycling.
Pets
Potable water
Trash
from 
$35
 / night
100%
(1)

Rio Abajo Rio Compound

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Hillsboro, NM
The compound is located in the small village of Hillsboro, New Mexico, set between the Percha Creek and a gateway to the Gila National Wilderness. With plenty of stargazing, quiet nights and cleansing your soul in the hot New Mexico sun. Wake up to espresso and read under the mulberry tree. The airstream is on the compound of Rio Abajo Rio healing arts studio, where you can book a massage, explore art and find your own creative rhythm. Rainbow Friendly///Queer safe haven
Toilets
Showers
Trash
Cooking equipment
from 
$69.99
 / night
94%
(66)

Bakers Akers

3 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Lordsburg, NM
Bakers Akers is located in what used to be Nebblett New Mexico but is now Virden New Mexico. The one room Nebblett school house was located on this property. Virden was settled by the Mormons when they were ran out of old Mexico by Poncho Villa. Kit Carson took this route guiding General Kearney and the Army of the west to California during the Mexican American war. It is now being discussed that Coronado may have come through this area also. The farm was used for breeding and training race horses. It is now a cow/calf operation. Learn more about this land: Camp on the Gila River amongst the century old Cottonwoods and Mulberry trees, with Bermuda grass carpeting. Plenty of shade to pitch a tent or park under. Wildlife abounds with deer, beaver, turkeys, javelina, and a large variety of birds. Located on a eighty acre cattle ranch. Quiet with great views of stars at night and majestic mountains in the day. The camp grounds are located beyond the cattle pastures and next to the Gila River. Fire pits available and plenty of wood to gather for burning. Eleven miles from the historic town of a Duncan Arizona, filled with little markets, craft store, antique shop, rock shop, and home town restaurants, if any needs arise or an itch needs scratching. With prior notice and extra fees a New Mexican dutch-oven dinner and hayride can be included.
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Trash
from 
$37
 / night
76%
(21)

Plantsanctuary

3 sites · RVsKingston, NM
Surrounded by Gila National Forest, and next, the historic ghost town, Kingston.Learn more about this land:We offer camping as a part of our expanding vision to offer herb classes, herb walks, nature spirit tours, and healing services. Come see our work in progress! Some of the fun and unusual attractions we have available are panning for gold, petting the goats Ben & Jerry, and taking a tour of the minimally populated (20 residents) ghost town of Kingston, NM. You can even take a picture by the Tipi, the Wagon Wheel Dream Catcher, or sitting on the 420 Tractor! Imagine setting your tent while listening to the creek just a few steps down the path. Gaze up at the beautiful stars while sitting at your campfire. Quail Camp - This spot is a nice smooth grassy area which is the largest of our sites. It's surrounded by Black Walnut Trees, Junipers, and Trees of Heaven. Hawk Camp - This is the smallest of our sites, but it's nuzzled up in a nook of Trees of Heaven and is closest to the Sacred Meditation space with a nice trail that goes right over to it! Eagle Camp - This is the most secluded site we have, which is set on soft fluffy grass. It's nestled up to some Black Walnut and Trees of Heaven. The corner of this camp has it's own path to the creek and you'll find some blackberry brambles along the way!We have firewood available for purchase.Water is available from the Campground Well. We have paths and trails that lead along the creek to explore. A bathroom is available at the neighboring campground. A bathroom you can rent (with a shower) is just up the path at the Kingston Clay Company Coffee Shop. 
Pets
Potable water
Toilets
Campfires
Trash
from 
$30
 / night
Booked 1 time

Stagecoach Flats

1 site · Tent97 acres · Glen Acres, NM
Stagecoach Flats is located near the town of Lordsburg NM just off Interstate 10. The property is on the North side of Lordsburg off Hwy 70 44 miles from Silver City NM. The property is raw land and offers large wide-open areas for camping and can accommodate large trucks and campers. Stagecoach Flats is the natural habitat for wildlife that could be dangerous such as Rattlesnakes, scorpions, coyotes and many other animals and insects native to the deserts of the Southwest. The location is intended for experienced hikers and campers only. The owners and management of Stagecoach Flats shall not be held liable for any injuries sustained on the property.
Pets
from 
$25
 / night

Available this weekend

Value Prop
Value Prop

Camping near Silver City guide

Overview

Silver City is the southern gateway to the Pinos Altos Mountains and Gila National Forest. Campers visit Silver City for its archaeological sites and old western culture that make up its unique character. Convenient cabin rentals with art galleries, campgrounds that overlook Gila National Forest, or RV parks in apple orchards make it easy for Hipcampers to enjoy the town’s features. Then set off into nature and visit canyons in the nearby Gila Wilderness. Or boat and fish on New Mexico’s largest body of freshwater at Elephant Butte Lake State Park before setting up at a lakeside casita or campsite. For a unique hike, take a day trip to the ancient volcanic formations of City of Rocks State Park and then head back to town for cabin rentals with sauna facilities.

Where to go

Gila National Forest

Encompassing more than 3.3 million acres of mountains, valleys, meadows, forests, and canyons, the vast Gila National Forest also features hot springs, waterfalls, mountain trails, and unique geological formations like gorges and flat-topped mesas. Hike the Purgatory Chasm Trail, finding natural hot springs and waterfalls in the canyons. Or explore historic Gila cliff dwellings, fish  in Mogollon Creek, or raft the Gila River during the spring snowmelt. Rustic campsites and cabin rentals dot the area, but keep in mind that no motorized vehicles, including motor bikes, are allowed in the wilderness.

Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Beachgoers flock to Elephant Butte Lake State Park for sandy shores, boating, fishing, and water sports in New Mexico’s largest lake. Named for the elephant-shaped island in the reservoir, the state park features two marinas, including Dam Site Marina with a nearby lodge and lakeside casitas. Hikers can traverse the 12-mile West Lakeshore Trail and shorter Yost Escarpment for views of the surrounding Sierra County. Some private campsites and RV parks in the area include amenities like electrical and water hookups, though OHVs (Off-Highway Vehicles) are prohibited within park borders.

City of Rocks State Park

A short day trip takes campers to City of Rocks State Park, where ruins of volcanic eruptions from 30 million years ago resemble a craggy city—hence the park’s name. Campers can enjoy mountain biking, strolling through the desert botanical garden, and viewing local wildlife, such as mule deer and golden-mantled chipmunks. Table Mountain Trail and Hydra Trail offer hikers and mountain bikers arresting views of the volcanic pinnacles. Stop by the visitor center for trail information or to use its restroom and shower facilities.

When to go

Most campers prefer to visit Silver City during the spring when temperatures are most comfortable and the weather is dry. Expect springtime and autumn highs between the low 60s to high 80s F. During summer, temperatures routinely soar above 90°F. Winter campers will find cooler weather that seldom dips below freezing. Many of the area’s RV parks, cabin rentals, and campgrounds remain open year-round, so campers can visit Silver City in any season.

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Inclusion Policy
Hipcamp Hand

Safety partners

Recreate Responsibly

About us

Hipcamp is the most comprehensive resource for beautiful private campsites.

Discover and reserve tent camping, RV parks, cabins, treehouses, and glamping.

Download the Hipcamp App

Hipcamp is created with ❤️ and hope for our future.