Elephant Butte Inn
Travel Blogs from Elephant Butte
After flying from Emory pass we made it to another RV park. The owner was a crusty ole guy. Funny and ornery at the same time. We asked for a tent site and they were the first to have a grassy pad for tents. Don't mistake this for Kentucky bluegrass. This is bristly, sparse and you better have shoes on while standing to avoid foot punctures. However, the RV park is just off the freeway; the road to the lake is on one side of our pad, the road to the RV parking on the ...
... a courtyard & a fountain. (photos below). Only one draw back... See sign in photo.
So, back on the road. Then we come to the "Inspection Station". Now Vern & I are thinking, we have fruit in the back seat... Vern wants to tell them. I want to say no! It's a small bag of apples & oranges.
I say, you tell them & we will get searched... Our car is packed to the gills.. I ...
... and it still serves fantastic cinnamon buns. The owner chatted with us as we ate and gave us some of the local history. We were shocked to learn that about 80% of the Chirucahua National Monument was burned over last spring.
We traveled east to I-25 via Hwy 26 out of Deming and missed the traffic and mountain of Las Cruces. The ...
While driving down the road, Bonnie made a toothbrush rug to fit the lower step of the entry to the RV. Bill's legs started to bother him soo much that he decided to try driving standing up. He didn't do that very long. We were driving south with a ferocious west ...
We finished our tour of duty today here at Elephant Butte and departed for the Saddle Dam in the sstate of Washington. The weather was great for traveling, clear skies all the way, we stopped at Gallup, NM after driving 296 miles. We stopped at the USA RV Park on the west side of Gallup for the night.
This morning Jake and I worked ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet