Hoping Colorado is getting a lot of snow in the Rio Grande Watershed, Southern New Mexico really need the runoff from up there to fill Elephant Butte.
We've been visiting over in Tucson (without our Scamp), the weather has been very nice (some rain & a little cool on a few days, but most have been very sunny & warm). Las Cruces has it's warm days along with a few cold ones off & on as well.
I'd like to get our Scamp
out & do some camping, but haven't taken the opportunity to do so. Maybe will take time in February to get out. Never done any in the past either in the winter. Ha! But maybe one of these times? But then, I'd have to winterize it again.
Felt I'd get it out & about some this fall
& winter, but always something to pop up to keep it parked. Maybe sometime, we'll give it a go.
Now if you are wanting to get out the white stuff for a little while & do a little traveling, these NM state parks might work for you:
Caballo Lake & Elephant Butte Lake SPs on either side of T or C off I-25 as well as Percha Dam State Park, just south of Caballo. T or C (Truth or Consequences), New Mexico
Leasburg Dam State Park north of Las Cruces off I-25.
City of Rocks State Park north of Deming (30 miles) off I-10.
Pancho Villa State Park south of Deming.
Lee Memorial State Park south of Alamogordo.
Also a BLM campground, Valley of Fires near Carrizozo (north of Alamogordo).
Camping/Sightseeing in Southern New Mexico/Arizona
COE campground, Cochiti Lake is located within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation between Santa Fe & Albq. http://corpslakes.usace.army.mil/vis...cfm?Id=L403520
Storrie Lake State Park near Las Vega, NM could work as an overnight stop getting down south.
Hope you can make it down! Happy Camping!