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The Golden Gate Canyon state park is beautiful. Sites only have electric but ample water is available near the dump stations. Very clean overall - used the laundry facilities and they worked perfectly! Ample hiking trails - just leave yourself a little more time that you would expect due to the elevation gain/lose on the trails. Really close toGolden and all that it has to offer but you feel like you are in a very remote area. The sites are a little tight together - ample shade and lots of trees though. Highly recommend if you are looking for a little comfort after all of the BLM camping!
It had a decent amount of traffic (dirt bikers, atvs, hikers, etc.) you follow the road until you see a dirt parking lot on the left. It was still a beautiful spot but I was not expecting it to be loud in the morning (all of the people). We just parked in the lot and hiked a little bit down the path to a nice spot and set up a tent. It had a lot of nice trees and nature. The drive wasn’t bad. We made it in our Prius! No phone service or utilities. Lyons is a cute little town close by to explore.
I had a reservation to stay at the KOA on October 20 through 25. The New Mexico governor required a mandatory 14 day quarantine to travel in their state From Colorado so we had to cancel or reservation. The owners of the KOA chose not to refund our deposit even though we were not at fault. I have found most KOA owners to be great honest people, but will Find other accommodations when we are able to go back to Santa Fe.
Follow the written directions, don’t use the dyrt’s map option.
Beautiful spot, extremely hard to get to (in a camper van) with rough uphill roads. Didn’t experience any of the noise or ruckus mentioned at camping spot 2, had so much room and incredible views. Highly recommend!
Our first experience here a few months ago was pretty good. The area is beautiful and there was a great view of the stars at night. There was a decent amount of trash at our campsite when we arrived, but unfortunately that’s fairly common.
Our most recent trip just a couple weeks ago was bad enough to keep us away forever. The first site we stopped at was covered in syringes. EVERYWHERE! Thankfully we hadn’t let the dog out of the car and we noticed quickly enough to avoid getting hurt. We got back in the car and drove to another campsite that appeared to be fine. There was some trash, abandoned items and broken glass but we cleaned it up and forgot about it. At one point our dog came up to us and had horrible poop breath, then started acting really weird. We rushed her to the vet first thing in the morning when she couldn’t walk and had no interest in food, only to find out that she had eaten human feces that contained THC. Its really frustrating that people can’t seem to respect this beautiful place and don’t understand how to leave no trace.
Reverend's Ridge campground is one of our all time favorites. Even though the campground was fully booked, the campground was clean and quiet. We appreciate the big shower houses, recycling, and the site layouts that feel big with lots of trees. There is a trailhead right at the campground that offers a great hike with beautiful scenery.
Arrived at 5:30 to find all of the spots were full aside from one (#18), possibly because of the negative review of it on this app? It was a great site for someone just staying the night. The sites are VERY spaced apart. The sun had already set by the time I found the last available one. Don’t be afraid to ask other campers if you can share a site, some of them are massive! High clearance vehicle recommended to get to a lot of the sites, but not all.
Excuse my picture with the bug covered window. Wanted to show how the park is located very close to the mountains. Only a two minute drive to Apex park with tons of trails for biking and hiking. It was across the street from a biker bar that was a little louder than I would like but did not interfere with sleep. The street noise got to be a little bit loud. Had all the necessary amenities and hook ups that we were looking for and was a great location.