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The best campervan rentals in New Mexico

New Mexico is a state with deep Native American roots that offers adventures at every turn. You can explore the large cities of Santa Fe and Albuquerque, or take your campervan rental to Taos for its art colonies and Roswell's UFO-themed attractions nearby.

New Mexico's Northwest region is home to the Navajo Nation and has plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventure. Take your camper van to Zuni, New Mexico’s largest pueblo, or head on over to the land of the Jicarilla Apache Nation where you can walk in ancient peoples' footsteps with scenic rock formations at Chaco Canyon National Historic Park The North Central region is home to the highest peak in the state and some of its most beautiful landscapes. Abiquiú, Santa Fe, Taos are all well-known artistic areas and the artists that have painted mesmerizing works for generations. The region has six ski resorts that draw visitors from across the country, winter or summer.


The Northeast is the perfect place to get into nature and bird watching. The area has more plains than peaks, making it easy for travelers to explore in their campervan rental. Route 66 also travels through this region, so there are many stops along that famous route as well! New Mexico's Central region is the heart of the state. The state’s largest city, and only metropolitan area, here you can find some great activities like America’s Longest Tramway that takes visitors up 2 miles high into a sky full of hot air balloons or skiing at Sandia Peak Ski Area located just outside downtown Albuquerque with phenomenal views from above.

New Mexico Fun Facts

Albuquerque provides a spectacle every year to remember when the world’s largest hot air balloons fill up the horizon in early October.

Santa Fe is one of the oldest settlements in America, first established by Spanish explorers more than 400 years ago.

Taos Pueblo was founded over a thousand years ago and has been continuously occupied ever since, making it the oldest continually inhabited settlement on this continent.

Out of the state's 6,500 miles of roads, only 3,850 are paved. The rest is all dirt and dust as New Mexico has a diverse geography with plenty of mountains and canyons to explore.

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