New Mexico’s Manzano’s RV Park Featured on “Grand Adventure” Channel

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As seen on the Press Advantage news site, Silver City, NM based Manzano's RV Park recently enjoyed some time in the spotlight when a popular Youtube channel featured the area in a recent episode. As the video shows, the park enables visitors to take part in their very own RV adventure, and all are welcome to stop by during their trip through the picturesque scenery that surrounds Silver City and surrounding southern New Mexico.

The Youtube channel in question is Grand Adventure, which focuses almost exclusively on taking their audience to outdoor RV adventure destinations and sharing what gear and tips they need to travel in confidence across the western US. Their insight is expansive, touching on a variety of activities that include recreational vehicles, truck and tent camping, skiing, mountain biking, hiking and so on. One of their latest trips took them through the countryside that surrounds Silver City’s borders, and this is what brought them to Manzano's RV Park — a 25-site full-hookup RV campground.

In the video, Grand Adventure host Marc Guido expresses delight in the fact that John and Barb Mucciacciaro were once full-time ‘RVers’ who decided to switch their lifestyle and invest in Manzano's RV Park. This is due to the fact that the couple evidently put much of their experience on the road to good use, developing the park to the point that its present condition would have suited their own high expectations as former RVers.

New Mexico sunset from Manzano's RV Park

Manzano's RV Park is notable for their hospitality as much as the beautiful region they are fortunate enough to be located in, and this has not gone unnoticed by their guests. The park often receives glowing feedback from the people who visit, and the team is always looking for new and better ways to improve the quality of everyone’s stay, from keeping the grounds clean to ensuring access to as many modern amenities as possible.

While many glowing reviews can be found on the park’s Google profile, a few offer much more insight on their trip. The park recommends that anyone interested in stopping by should take the time to look up these reviews if they cannot learn about the park firsthand from someone who visited in person (and if they are still not convinced by Grand Adventure’s exploration).

Stacey Whittington, for instance, takes the time to explain that, “We chose Manzano’s RV Park to see the Gila National Forest and cliff dwellings on our way through NM to AZ. It’s always a little nerve racking arriving at a campground traveling with a 43’ 5th wheel toy hauler and dually truck wondering if we’ll actually fit in the site they have for us. John greeted us warmly like old friends and assured us they had a great site for us that both our truck and trailer would fit. Site 10 was roomy, and they had others that would’ve worked for us as well.”

The review adds, “While we were there, the owners, John and Barbara, smoked brisket to share at a socially distanced barbecue, it’s always so nice to stay at a place where the ownership is invested in the experience. There are trails to walk through the land surrounding the campsites. Very quaint, nice sense of community, friendly ownership, laundry and full hooks up. We’d be happy to stay there again!” Many of the features mentioned in this review, such as John’s BBQ events, were also captured on camera by Grand Adventure. Those interested are welcome to watch it at their convenience to see this for themselves.

Barb Mucciacciaro adds that Manzano’s RV Park is an excellent place for everyone who wants to immerse themselves in trees, nature and an undeniable sense of peace. Whether a traveler is only staying for one night or planning to spend a full week (and even longer) at the site, the park has everything they need — and its convenient location means guests are never too far away from some of the area’s best attractions, such as the Gila National Forest, the Gila Cliff Dwellings, the City of Rocks State Park and more.

Anyone who wishes to speak to one of the park’s owners is welcome to contact Barb Mucciacciaro of Manzano’s RV Park to discuss any other concerns or ask for help planning their next stay. Further details on rates, directions and more can also be found on the official Manzano’s RV Park website.