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Pancho Villa State Park, Columbus

(4.2/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • There are lots of remnants left over from General Pershings troops, a significant, historical location. It was a coincidence that I had just started the book EL PASO by the same author who wrote FORRE...  more »
  • We were just there for the Pancho Villa history and only went to the museum in the park. There is a lot of park and quite a few campers present (Airstream rally I think). I enjoyed the museum and the ...  more »
  • This is a hidden gem. About 25 miles south of I-10 (exit at Deming NM) is this unassuming State Park. The Mexican Border is just 2 miles south, and you can cross into Paloma, Mexico by foot only needi...  more »
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  • I loved this park as a kids it's changed a lot over the years but it's still a great place to camp you can even have cookouts.
  • Good spot to park for the night or 2. Sani dump, water, power, Friendly people. Mostly older white retirees. John who runs the show is very friendly. Could talk to him all day. We parked the Toyota motorhome at the border crossing in the parking lot and spent 2 days in Mexico just coming back to the States to sleep. The pink store isn't a dime cheaper then any Mexican restrants in the states. They speak English well tho. We got burritos from the lady in the white little cube truck kitty corner from the pink shop and ate them at a antique old Coke cola table on the sidewalk. One dollar each. No beans.. All real meat, good damn burrito. Best we had and cheap. We also went bar hopping deeper in. I would recommend not to like john warned us. If you don't have 3rd world experience or big balls don't bother. Good people, but after dark it could be rough. At the brothel bar, flamingo we made a friend. I Kept my white ass from ending up elsewhere not wanted. Late at night my bride stayed behind at the motorhome. I Left the bar at 1am and crashed my shoes off a 14" sidewalk in a belly flop tearing myself open.... I believe, don't remember much.
  • Good night. I wonder mail or any web site where the museum responsible "PANCHO VILLA PARK STATE" could assist me on a matter of information, thanks