Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park — About us

2500 E. Rte. 66 Blvd.
Tucumcari, NM 88401-4328
Telephone: (575) 815-4085‬‬
Exit #335 off I-40

Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park


Here are some of the reviews that have been left by the visitors to our award-winning site.


“I came in for tent camping right next to my car and it worked out perfectly. Nice little bathrooms, quick check in, access to the road. For a tent camper it might have a downside of a lot of traffic noise and some trains at night but it’s a nice stop-over as you go through northern New Mexico. Silvio was very nice and very efficient. And you can shoot right downtown to various truckstops, donut shop, and grocery stores.”

— Kendall Lott, February 2021 (via Google)


“It’s so nice to feel at home at a RV park while on the road. This place is absolutely one of the best RV parks that we stayed out while crossing back-and-forth in the west of the United States. The location is excellent; the ambience and service are what make it also stand out. It is very well taken care of, well run, and amazingly clean. These guys are doing a superb job and I would recommend staying here for longer than one night if possible. They do five-star service on a five-star level and I can’t say enough!!”

— Thomas Hollowell, February 2021 (via Google)


“Park is well laid out with easy access to sites and amenities. Everything is clean and freshly painted, staff was friendly and helpful, bathhouse was sparkling. We got there at closing time and were still politely escorted to our site. Highly recommend!”

— Sue Cox, February 2021 (via Google)


“Very clean and friendly. We will stay here again for sure.”

— Estley Dominguez, January 2021 (via Google)


“My wife and I are on a cross-country road trip in a 1999 International school bus converted into a motorhome. We used the Dyrt app to plan our trip and this park comes highly recommended on the app. For good reason! The staff is all very friendly and the park is well maintained with full-service slots. Pretty nice sunset views, too! They seem to have plenty of amenities like laundry and bathroom/shower, but we stuck to our RV since we decided to travel in the middle of the pandemic. Tucumcari has some history being right on historic Route 66 and we walked the town a bit while waiting for some repair work on our RV. I would definitely stay here again. Great strong (and free) WiFi is a nice plus. No problem watching YouTube or Netflix videos.”

— Chris Rea, January 2021 (via Google)

Campendium Campers Choice Award 2020