RV Parks & Campgrounds

Ute Lake State Park State Parks

4.2 Stars 4.2 - 13 Reviews  $
(575) 487-2284
1800 State Park Road
Logan, New Mexico


All year

Total: 219, Elecwater: 77, Max RV Length: 50 ft

Water, Electric, Fifty Amp, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Fishing, Campfire, Boat Launch


August 31, 2023 - reviewed by Ricknchuck
2.0 Stars   $14
Rainbow Campers
No shade kind of dumpy park didn't stay few trees lots of reserved sites empty crappy system for state parks

December 17, 2022 - reviewed by Marilyn
5.0 Stars   
Nice Campground
We stayed one night as we were traveling through. This is a very nice campground, well kept, with nice restrooms and many pull through sites. The price was $14/ night. They said there was Wi-Fi but it was one with a subscription and pay. I highly recommend!

September 21, 2022 - reviewed by Skipwatson1951
4.0 Stars   $14
Very Nice
Stayed at Yucca Loop, site 9, with W&E. First/first on day of. Nice view of the lake and dam. Very level, gravel site. Shelters over the picnic tables. Fire pits and BBQ grills. Some sites have a little shade, but none are what I'd call "shady." Nice shower house with 3 shower stalls (1 is ADA) and 4 flush toilets (women's has 4 stalls, men's has 2 stalls and 2 urinals). One shower in the men's has a large crack in the fiberglass floor, like someone REALLY heavy broke through, and LOTS of dead bugs in the urinals and showers. Really needs cleaning. No shower curtains so water gets all over the floor in the dressing area, and there is very little pressure out of the shower head. Shower temperature cannot be adjusted. Shower/bathroom issues are what dropped it from 5 stars to 4. Other loops do not have showers and only have pit toilets. Drive in, pick your site, drop off your rig, then go back to the kiosk near the entrance to pay your fee.

August 31, 2022 - reviewed by Blair
5.0 Stars   
Stay At The Yucca Sites
We stayed at Zia campground with water and electric, pit toilets. If we come again we will reserve at Yucca. Water and electric with flush toilets and showers. Level sites spread apart. Only 3 other groups in our loop.

June 2, 2021 - reviewed by Roadtrippers
3.0 Stars   $14
Long, Large Sites W/shelters
Rv sites with electric in the "yucca" section are very long and have a shelter surrounding the picnic table area which provides some shelter from the wind and privacy from the neighbors. Very long, narrow sites that are staggered so that the neighbor doesn't block your view. Clean bathrooms but, very low water pressure. The lack level was extremely low in late May. Very responsibly priced for full hookups. Triple dump stations near the exit.

March 12, 2021 - reviewed by Jeff Thompson
3.0 Stars   
Reservation Only
Nice park. Stay here every year. It was first come first serve. This year it went to all reservations. Reserve like all the other NM state parks. $14 a night but there is a $12 reservation fee through the site. Make sure you get 50 or 30 amp as you need back and front rows are 50. Center are all 30. If you are passing through and want to take a chance, all the sites have QR code’s. If one is empty, Scan and reserve on the spot. Not many here in March but I bet it is full in the summer. Back rows have no shed but the pull through was over 100’ long. Dump station is near exit. I stay in a lot of NM state parks. Good planing and you can reserve multiple locations and dates all at once. Then only pay the reservation fee once. NEXT TIME. Toilets and showers have always been closed but I come early. Not sure they will be open soon due to COVID-19. Good ATT signal.

March 23, 2019 - reviewed by Christina H.
5.0 Stars   $14
Beautiful and Large Campsite
We stopped here on our drive back home from the Grand Canyon. We have three boys 7, 10, and 13 who love their electronics so we try to stay at sites that at least offer electric hookups. The sites were huge and I loved the fact that we didn’t need a reservation because we honestly didn’t know where we were going to stop for the night. The bath house was large and clean as well. It was $14 a night, but was a whole lot nicer then the RV park we stayed in at Moab, UT and the KOA in flagstaff, AZ. There were only a few other RVs there at the park and the pull-thru made getting our 33ft toy hauler in our out with ease. The sites were level and the view of the lake was beautiful. Overall, I really enjoyed our stay and wish it wasn’t just for one night.

March 20, 2019 - reviewed by Pamela
5.0 Stars   $8
This was a Great spot. Lots of room! Did a dry spot and was level and other than the firewood issue we had we would stay there again. Take a pin if you walk back to the stand. And there may not be any envelopes. There was room for doggies to play ball and the grass was a nice cushion. Goats Head stickers abound!!!

October 9, 2018 - reviewed by Gale
5.0 Stars   
Great Park
Very nice and well maintained park. Very friendly camp hoat. If you need to do laundry the south end of Logan on hwy 54 go to the Budget Inn. The owner is friendly and the machines are clean.

April 28, 2018 - reviewed by Queenie
4.0 Stars   $14
Lovely Campground 20 Miles North Of I40
We came after hours, but rang before the office closed and got great instructions. There are plenty of sites to choose from. The ones closest to the lake (and possibly subjected to the wind mentioned in earlier reviews; it was calm during our stay) have covered patios with picnic tables and walls on 2 sides. Other sites just have covered tables. Fire rings and grills on all sites. Stickers in grassy areas, so walk on the roads! Great value for $14 electric and water, $10 for dry camping.

October 20, 2017 - reviewed by 4D Flatlander
4.0 Stars   $14
Lots of electric+water sites
There is plenty of space by here, and many spots for RVs, most pull through. Even in late October there is plenty of activity on the lake. Vault and flush restrooms are through out the park. The only down side is it gets windy be here. Some sites are protected by trees but for the most part plan on lots of wind. The location is great for those traveling who just need a day or two layover. There are a suprising amount of stores and businesses in the town of Logan near by.

August 26, 2017 - reviewed by Neil
5.0 Stars   $14
Great night quiet Little hard to figure out how to get into site, but just go to the main office they were helpful

July 1, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
4.0 Stars   
Great park with awesome sites and great views. The volunteer attendant was a little snippy, but that's not too untypical of volunteers sometimes. The park ranger wasn't the nicest, but the park was great!

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