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75 Reviews of 25 Aspen Mountain, New Mexico Campgrounds
Wooded wonderland. Fire rings, picnic tables, potable water access and toilets. Elk were bugling at dusk! Large pull in spots fit our 36' class A with slide out just fine. Downside is that it's just off 191 so road noise until 9pm and as of 7am, but not bad.
Camped here in October 2016. My all-time favorite campgrounds. We tent camped and it was freezing cold, poured rain. We had huge sleeping bags and a little propane heater, and still really enjoyed it. Lots of area to hike and tons to see.
Had decent sized campsites with water spigots and a fire ring. Flushing toilets. Absolutely beautiful to wake up to, and right off the road.
Nice place : water, sewer and electric Picnic table at my site but not at others . No public washrooms or showers. Didn’t see trash bins. Small place and close to town which is small also. Near Catwalk hike area in NM
This Campground is set up for dark sky & telescope enthusiasts.
Had the best time at Big Lake, AZ. First off though, reserve a camp site on-line. I didn’t but got lucky because we arrived on a Thursday. The scenery is beautiful. The weather was beautiful and the fishing was good.
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Had reservations that were made on the phone and when we arrived we were able to get an upgrade to full hookups. Very nice place. Not much shade but well taken care of and would recommend checking it out!
You’re really roughing it here. The dirt washboard road getting in (45 mins) was enough for me to not love this place (I’m traveling with an infant and toddler). But, once you’re there it really is a beautiful place. The lake itself is awesome and the camping is primitive but awesome views. The…
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I have been coming up to the White Mountains since I was a kid. Rainbow campground has been our go-to spot for camping. There are 3 loops that are FCFS. The rest of the sites are reservations. The sites all have picnic tables and fire rings. There are full bathrooms throughout the area and pay…
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About 10 designated sites around a loop. The sites are set up as to where you pull/back your vehicle/camper into the site. There is a picnic table. The site itself is compacted gravel. There is an area at each site where you can set up tent(s) on dirt. Very little to no shade so suggest you bring a…
We're frequent campers, and this is one of our favorite spots in AZ!
The tent-only campground is small, but the sites are large and have multiple great clearings for tents. Lots of shade and easy paths for walking around the grounds, plus there's potable water at several sites. Central…
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This place was amazing friendly people and quiet campers. Great place to disconnect from life for awhile.
Small campground not where dirt says, but it's marked with a sign and right along the road. Free, clean pit toilet, didn't see water, picnic tables, good for all except the bigger rigs. Shaded, near road but little traffic.
6 mile dirt road that was in good condition passable with a car and trailer. 11 large private sites, 2 single unisex vault toilets, we stayed for 4 days and the toilets were not cleaned and no paper. No water available. Not very busy, 3 out of 11 sites occupied. Nice hiking available but no…
We pulled into this site after a long day on motorcycles. Sites were easily accessible and our site had some flat ground and a fire ring. There were quite a few people there and we did not feel at all secluded in nature but, honestly, we didn’t mind the company and everyone was far enough away that…