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Tony, New Mexico
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21 Reviews of 4 Tony, New Mexico Campgrounds
We stopped here for a night during a road trip. Very clean spot with nice views and a good sunset. Reserved a spot ahead of time, not a lot of people at the campground. Clean bathrooms and WiFi.
Quick get away! Stream fishing, camp fires, and hiking trails!
April 16, Brrr.. at night, below freezing but just a couple days before 45 to 50 at night. It's one of those places that defines, "you can't get there from here" Adequate sites with 30amp service, nice Casita style covers over Pickwick tables. Great ranger interaction. we drove up with our…
A nice place to disperse camp vault toilets, the campground is at approximately 8000 ft. I observed elk crossing my campsite. A very nice place to camp in the summer to escape the heat. Near the town of Corona.
5 stars for clean sites, water and electric available. Classic NM terrain and vista. Camp host on site helpful and active keeping the place tidy. Easy pull in and back in sites with covered clean concrete tables. Outside loop more private than inside, but all look good. Would definitely stay…
Gem of a USFS campground in the Cibola National Forest near Corona, NM. Can get crowded on weekends and most especially during Fall hunting season.
Note that directions from Maps/Dyrt tries to send you the wrong way off County Rd 22, so follow the brown signs to the campground and you can’t miss…
The other review is spot on, nice small campground with pit toilets and no amenities. If you are looking to get away, this is the place! Yes, there is some livestock. It is a beautiful campground.
They lock the site up after closing time...only a spike strip exit is open for campers. Wish we would have known before the long, narrow and curvy road 12 miles up the mountain. Fun drive but not when you just need a last minute place to crash for the night.
So, the campground hosts and the ranger Lawrence were very friendly. Bathrooms were cleaned often, and the showers were hot. Very secluded sites along the Pecos River, and a cute store for firewood etc nearby. There are hiking trails, and the one along the ridge was fun to hike.
Small free campground , pit toilets , no water , grazing livstock
Camped out in the open. Bright full moon. Beautiful trail along creek. Awesome stone shelters
There are two camping areas here, Mesquite Loop & Pecos. Mesquite appeared to be more popular with tent campers which is where we camped. The site had a covered picnic table, fire pit (but burning was prohibited during our visit) and ample space to set up a tent. Lake was within view of the…
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Me and my family were looking simply for a night to rest after a long drive. About 25 minutes off of 1-40, we drove through the quaint, pretty town to get to our campsite which is all easy to find and access. We were stunned in the morning by the scenic overlook we camped on and the air smelled and…
We were road tripping cross country and realized we wouldn’t make it to the campsite we originally planned for. We found this campground and it was fantastic. A little off the beaten path but was worth it. Each campsite had a picnic area some even had shelters over them! The lower campground was…
I stayed in a primative area near the lake shore. The campground, about 1/2 mile away had tables, toilets and water. Nice place but windy when I was there.