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Burro Mountain Homestead

665 Tyrone Road
575-538-2149

BMH is located just outside Silver city and nestled in the pines of the Gila National Forest at the base of Burro Mountain. The elevation at the Homestead in southwestern  New Mexico is about 6700 feet. Mule deer roam the camp. There are full hookups, boondock, and long term RV sites. Hiking and ATV trails, rock hounding, bird watching, and abandoned mines surround the ranch. Burro Mountain Homestead is open year round. The summers here are sunny and mild., a cool relief from the surrounding desert.



Reviews

Sarah Shong

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Monday, June 18, 2018
Beautiful, restful place. Friendly people. Lots to do if you wish, or just sit back and enjoy the scenery. Rates are very reasonable.

Jr Wink

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Four-wheeler Jamboree the first week of May. We had a really good time. They were not as organized as they were last year, but still a good time.

Zachary Woodruff

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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Having a blast at burro mountain brings me closer to nature and also it’s bringing me closer to my girlfriend

Donna Wiley

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Sunday, May 27, 2018
Great place to relax and the people are amazing

Allen Storm

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Sunday, May 10, 2015
If we were allowed too WE'D GIVE THIS PARK 10 STARS. It is an absolutely fantastic RV Park!!! This coming from a couple who have stayed in many RV Parks in all 48 lower states! The residents can't be beat, the staff is OUTSTANDING and if you love ATVing and ATV trails you've got to spend at least a week (or more if you have the time) at this park enjoying all or most of their ATV trails!!! The only "complaint" we have - and it isn't anyone at the parks fault - is the seven mile dirt road going into and out of the park. It is a county maintained road and you must travel 5 mph or less on it. It is very wash boarded, our refrigerator flew open and our bottles of water went rolling across the floor. So, remember, the road is NOT the parks responsibility so it is NOT the managements fault the road is so bad. Just drive slowly for seven miles in and out and you'll have a FANTASTIC TIME while in the park. Oh yea, if you don't enjoy or appreciate ATVing this park may not be for you.

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