This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Tucumcari, NM
Max Rig Size
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Please do not message me asking if I have room. If dates are blocked out, there isn't room. If you can reserve, then there is room. Small farm. Lots of room Suggested Local Attractions:Historic route 66
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
RV Dump Station
Offleash Area for Pets
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
No smokers. I have lots of good reviews and we are very laid back but I'm losing patience with guests stealing. We are in the desert. Water is not cheap. If you connect to my water without asking, I won't knock on your door, I will call the police. I receive $0 for hosting you, I expect it to cost me $0. If you want water it's $10 to connect your hose, I don't care if you want 3 gallons or 300. Anyone is more than welcome to stay for free, but we are a frequent stop and having our water bill go from $50 to $300 with no other changes to our lifestyle other than more guests from boondockers welcome is not okay. You can dump and fill up in town at loves gas station and run your generator all you want for free.
Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Plenty of room
Hosted By cademichaels
Nerd Details: Nerd Home Town: The Open Road
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
No response to request to stay.
6 months ago
I requested to stay a night and never got the approval, tried messaging, no response. stayed in a hotel parking lot instead.
9 months ago
Grateful for the place to pause. A bit windy. Fun people, interesting town.
9 months ago
This was my very first Boondockers Welcome host spot when I went full time in January (I'm terrible at timely reviews) in my RV. Cade was a great host and very helpful via text when I got lost, needed someone to help me with a burst pipe, and just all around good conversation. This is a great spot if you're traveling across country. Quiet street and plenty of room. I'd stay here again.
11 months ago
I enjoyed meeting and talking to the host. Parking was not quite level but doable. Easy to find place. Just be careful to get host's directions on leaving because there is a way out that goes under the railroad track and it isn't very high. So unless you want to back up, turn around, and go back where you came from, I suggest verifying the route with your host before you depart. Also if you have a dog, be aware of prickers...they're everywhere. My little dog just didn't care for those at all, but they are a reality for most of the country around there.