No-Park Walmarts in New Mexico

Below is a list of Walmart stores in New Mexico where overnight RV parking is not allowed.


  • Walmart Supercenter, 2266 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque NM 87112 / 505-323-4131

Los Lunas

  • Walmart Supercenter, 2250 Main St NW, Los Lunas NM 87031 / 505-565-4611

Santa Fe

  • Walmart, 3251 Cerillos Rd, Santa Fe NM 87505 / 505-474-4727

15 thoughts on “No-Park Walmarts in New Mexico

  1. 400 Eubank Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM
    This Walmart does not allow overnight parking. I called the store manager before arriving and was told that it was allowed. However, upon arrival we were told by the security person riding around the Walmart parking lot that it was not allowed. We were directed to an adjacent lot between Walmart and Sam’s Club. This area is heavily used by homeless people in very old RVs and sleeping in their cars. I also checked with security at the Sam’s Club and was told that overnight parking was not allowed there either.

  2. We have friends from Germany that travel the USA in a motorhome. Their grapevine of German RVers indicates it is better to stay at a Home Depot or Lowe’s which they do. Both companies leave inventory out for display and have security overnight that oversees the facility. They indicate they are always welcome.

  3. I stopped at the Walmart on Carlisle in abq because it received good reviews on RV Parky app.
    I usually use a Walmart stop to restock my cabinets and I did that on this visit spending over $100. Around 11pm, security came around saying that no RVs would be allowed to park overnight. Stay away from this location.

  4. The store manager is the security guards boss. I would tell security I have permission from the store manager and get the store managers name. Tell the security guard if you want to wake up the store manager at 2am that’s your business and if you call the police they may wake up the store manager. Most of the time the security guard will back down.

  5. Stayed at Walmart on Carlisle in ABQ last night. Saw security making the rounds rousting car campers out, but no knock on my TT door. Then at 2 AM a couple of guys parked a car next to me, knocked on my door, wanted to sell me a propane tank. I saw no tank… I told them to go away through my window with my hand on my hidden handgun. I think they were trying to lure me outside to rob me. I stayed awake the rest of the night and rolled out at sunrise. Saw the day shift security waking up everybody and running them off. Lots of homeless folks on the move all night. I chirped my alarm when they got too close twice. Would not recommend overnight here despite that it shows OK on this list.

  6. I came to post what @vsaiz said. Not only have both Wal-Marts in Santa Fe banned overnight parking they both have security that will toss you out. At this point in time the best overnight @ the rest area about 15 miles south of town. There may be places in town where one could park it would be “unoffical” (i.e., at your own risk). The nearest Wal-marts to Santa Fe that one could park are in Abq. but for anyone visiting the SF area these are not practicable.

  7. I stayed at WalMart on Carlisle 5 October 2017. Was rousted out at 5am. Spoke to the manager who said he was the only one in ABQ that allowed overnight parking so be thankful * NOT * North Coors allowed multiple night parking. I had no issue there and felt safe

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