Travelling to Angel Fire
There are 4 main ways into Angel Fire.
We strongly recommend that RVers DO NOT take HWY 120 under any circumstance.
Additionally, Hwy 434 from Mora has a 3 mile stretch of unpaved road that big rigs, large 5th wheel and travel trailers may find narrow and white-knuckling.
We strongly recommend adding some length to your trip and coming in on
HWY 64 from I-25 (Springer or Raton) or from Taos when traveling from the south or east.
Those coming in from the north have several options out of southern Colorado including Hwy 64 via Raton.
From Las Vegas Via Mora
ATTENTION: A NM roadway project will be affecting RV travel from Mora to Angel Fire through 2020. RVers may be turned away and forced to reroute through Taos. Use caution when traveling, especially with large coaches and 5th wheels, from Mora to Angel Fire. The road is narrow in the areas not completed by this roadway project.
Take US-64 west towards Cimarron. Continue west through Cimarron Canyon towards Eagle Nest. Travel west through Eagle Nest for 11 miles on US-64 until you reach the blinking light at the intersection of US-64 and NM-434. Turn left onto NM-434 (also called Mountain View Blvd). The Monte Verde RV Park and Campground is located ~1 mile from the intersection on the west (right) of NM-434. We have two entrances, you can use either. Upon entering the park stop at the front building where the office is located to proceed with registration.
Take US-64 East/Kit Carson Rd approximately 21 miles through Carson National Forest. As you enter Angel Fire, turn right at the blinking light, the intersection of US-64 and NM-434. Stay on NM-434 (also called Mountain View Blvd) for ~1 mile. The Monte Verde RV Park and Campground is located on the west (right) of NM-434. We have two entrances, you can use either. Upon entering the park stop at the front building where the office is located to proceed with registration.