Oak Grove Campground

Address: Route 48, Ruidoso, New Mexico, 88345, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Route 48, Ruidoso.
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Travel Blogs from Ruidoso

On the Road Again

A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 11, 2015

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... and trails). We saw some great scenery, some of it, 'tho speeding along at 80 mph! Happy to reach the KOA campground around 7, we later realized we'd gained an hour with Mountain Time. Well, that gave us time to do laundry!!! Actually have had one terrific experience after another, even laundry where we met some really nice people. Life " on the road" is ...

Cavern to Cavern

A travel blog entry by jabbiemontgogo on Mar 22, 2015

4 comments, 23 photos

... Caverns. Beautiful weather when we left, and we dressed for such. Windy and rain clouds rolling in when we got to the Caverns. Not dressed or prepared for such! Determined to soldier on, we ventured to the visitors center, through throngs of other people also under dressed for the looming storm. By the time we made it to the Visitors Center, I couldn't stand it any longer and had to admit that I thought it was too ...

Day 7 - Albuquerque to Roswell, NM.

A travel blog entry by coldcoronas on Mar 20, 2015

18 photos

... binges and most famously for the episode where we meet Wendy the crack***** and the Hospital where Jesse and Walter spend time both when the cousins were treated after the attempt on Hanks life. Took the kiddos up to see virgin snow at Sandia Crest - 10,650-ft. It was truly a highlight of our trip. Snowball fights, snow angels and 28-degree weather made for a great afternoon. Arrived in Roswell, New Mexico at dusk. Little green aliens abound all over this ...

Carlsbad, NM

A travel blog entry by 5thwheel13 on Mar 19, 2015

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Had nice drive from Las Cruces to Carlsbad. We dropped down into Texas looping around El Paso and drove East by Guadalupe Mountains.

Guadalupe Peak in the highest natural peak in Texas.

El Capitan: The Capitan is a massive, fine-grained fossiliferous limestone that formed by growth and accumulation of invertebrate skeletons of algae, sponges, and tiny colonial animals called bryozoans. These skeletons ...

Deep down

A travel blog entry by cth-road on Feb 09, 2015

12 photos

From El Paso the bus took up to Carlsbad in New Mexico. Destination Carlsbad Caverns National Park. It is the largest cave in the U.S. and the 7th largest in the world. As it is good custom for a Chinese tourist group you do the quick quick thing for a visit. So I had no choice but to take the elevater down to the caves with my "family". Being down there, I have realized there is a much nicer way to enter the various rooms of the cave which ...

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