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Great places on forest roads up the creekside forest road. The road is tough so go slow.
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.
Beautiful clean campground. No fires 🔥 were allowed which was the only thing missing
Saw lots of wildlife (deer, eagle,foxes as well chipmunks). Fishing was okay. Caught 1 fish on pink power bait.
Spacious site with a very nice shelter. Creek and canyon were my backyard! Very cool trails, friendly staff. The nearby town of the same name has limited service offerings, but this park was a wonderfully pleasant experience on a meandering road trip from TN to UT.
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We were here for overnight stay after not being able to find anything in Santa Fe. We typically don’t book KOA due to close campers and lots of kids. Host -Chris was very nice and helpful. Campsites were nice. Perfect for big rigs. Bathrooms were outdated but clean. It was perfect for what we…
We drove out to the Pecos Wildness and decided to backpack a trail called Cave Creek, this is a mild trail about 2.8 miles in and 2.8 out. As per usual we get an idea and have to try it 🤦🏽♀️ 😂, we do not have any backpacking gear so we improvised and used some of our camping gear. This was a…
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As with many KOA’s a bit pricey but clean and reliable. Tent sites are near the road and are a bit dusty and noisy with road traffic. There is a current drought and requests to minimize water. One tent site is set apart - near a water holding area … not a great smell but away from the road. The…
Pulled in after a long day drive from Denver. Campground was full but site host told us there was a now show last night for a two day reservation and we could use that site - nice people. Our site has 30 amp electric and water; there is a dump station on site. Cost was $14/night. Each site has an…
This is a nice state park, and seems to be a favorite of the locals. The campsites on the north side are VERY close together and we had 2 or 3 local families with kids and dogs surrounding us. We went to a local hotel.
This campsite is hidden just below the bathroom on the West end of the big parking lot. Most campers pitch tent in the wooded area in the center of the parking lot - this is off the west end of the parking lot. Wonderful trails and you get to camp right in the middle of an aspen grove.
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Very well maintained campground that is remote enough to get away but close to town in case you need something. Weather was great and the surrounding trails were beautiful!
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This place is super convenient to Santa Fe. Easy to find and plenty of spots. We opted not to camp in the “lot” where a lot of people set up. We drove back the road a bit further for some privacy. The area is very dusty. Given the proximity to town there were some campsites that had a degree…
If Jacks Creek campsite is all booked, this is the next one you should try. Iron gate is ok too but it’s a lot longer drive than you think and might need all wheel drive since the road to Iron gate gets bit tricky road every now and then. Holy! This campsite offered me a lot more than I expected!…
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Pecos national forest is by far one of the best places to camp in northern New Mexico. Great fishing, amazing hiking and views for days.
I did enjoy staying in this Campground on the North end. Nice picnic tables with protection, water at each site, trash cans nearby, and vault toilets. The parking could be refreshed but the scenery is excellent. I would have preferred site 38N