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I really enjoyed this spot. I was driving cross-country and this campsite was the perfect place to bed down for the night. It’s at the foothills of the eastern side of the Sandia Mountains and makes for some amazing views.
I didn't expect to Camp here but it was the same price for day use for overnight camping. I was determined to get to Herman's Peak and when I got down, I already had a site cuz I had paid the eight bucks. Smell of the fires in the crackling, the stream running in the echoing through the canyon…
We came here right when the season started and we’re one of the first ones to check in. The camp host was very friendly and helpful!
We stayed at site 13 in loop 1 and it was very clean, close to the bathrooms which were vault toilets that were clean. There are two water spigots in walking…
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We typically come up to Fenton Lake once a year and last year was fantastic however this year the park rangers aren’t that friendly (or that helpful). For instance, my father-in-law came up for a day but the power went out all over and didn’t have access to an ATM to pay the $5 day pass. They…
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Great places on forest roads up the creekside forest road. The road is tough so go slow.
At first we were unsure our 28 foot rig would work out, but it did. This is a pretty, very natural campground where you are amongst and amidst the trees. Jemez Falls is a relatively short hike from the campground, or you can unhook and drive to the parking lot at the trailhead.
We usually stick to Southern camping grounds, but we decided to head North for the weekend. Our first choice was packed! Most of those spots were reserved by travel trailers and the first-come-first-serve sites occupied early. We drove on for another 10 miles down the road (hwy 518) and found the…
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Easy access to Highway 4 does mean car noise present, but only saw 1 other group of people while camping on a Wednesday night. Significant amount of scattered glass present in pretty much every campsite and in the fire pits with some scattered trash.
Not a park where I’d want to pop out the awning and stay a while. Functional and clean bathrooms. We couldn’t access the WiFi but phone hot spot worked.
I'm an EV driver and was my first time spending the night in an RV park. With the right adapter was able to easily hook up. Very nice staff.
Although they’ve tried to make handicap accessibility adaptations the main office is completely inaccessible. The women’s restroom has a large lip on the entry door and the handicap restroom is still fairly narrow and anybody with a wheelchair will have difficulties. None of the shower stalls are…
Classic campground experience. Lots of trees and privacy, great, cheap spot to take it easy for the night. Picnic tables, fire pits, and lots of space to ourselves. We didn’t spend much time here, but it was great if traveling through the national forest!
Excellent for a my stop into Albuquerque to see the Sandia Mountains (the view from the top of the tram is better than the view from the top of the road up, by the way - if you are hiking, you’ll see both; If not, maybe that will affect your decision on how to go up) and Petroglyph National…
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We camp here as often as possible! Often we use it as a base camp to start over night backpacking trips in the Pecos. It's tucked away, so there are usually few other campers. It's a nice hike down to the river from Iron Gate, too. If there is mud, it could be very difficult getting into the…
Staff was friendly-- as were locals. There were even prairie dogs to greet you at entrance (careful driving!)