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26 Reviews of 6 Trementina, New Mexico Campgrounds
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.
We actually stayed off of FSR k87B. Here the campsites can get real close to the edge of the canyon. Super primitive, but amazing views. A little to hot this June.
We spent two nights and it only cost us $16. We were parked right on the lake, and being right after a holiday the lake was pretty much empty. They have several different campsites, with a website that makes it easy to reserve a spot. However, we called to ask, and ranger let us know we could come…
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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
Fishing, boating and paddling! Pet friendly and accessible bathrooms. Not very much shade! You’ll need lots of sunscreen!
Fishing, boating and even scuba diving! The blue hole is a close drive where you can swim and scuba dive in the desert!
We stayed at bell point campground and although it’s still a Rocky hike to the beach the views are breathtaking. Camp was quiet enough (depends on your neighbors). Deer cover the campground. Each camp site has a covered wind break area for eating lunch. No ATVs. Kids loved it and so did dogs.…
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Love the views of Conchas lake! Clean and open space! Electric and water connections! No fires allowed during our trip. Fishing, hiking and boating! Pet friendly, our dog loved every minute of our trip! Great memories!
We were hit by a blizzard driving through the I-25 pass from Santa Fe to Denver and had to take refuge in the KOA Las Vegas, NM for 2 nights. They quickly got us a space and allowed us to wait out the snow. Clean restrooms and showers, a shop in the grounds that serves breakfast. Hikes nearby. Very…
This state park has nice views of the lake and mountains. The sun sets with a blaze in the sky. We stayed in the electric campground. It was weird to have homes right behind the campsites and the highway right there as well could be loud. The geese and song birds drowned it out though.
It has 60 RV Spots with hookups, 2 tent areas and some cabins. A playground, pool (closed due to Covid), dog run area and volleyball. The campground is very nice and clean but not too much to do around. They do however have a little store and gift shop and a game room.
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Loved this place and how in the middle of no where it is. Very clean, basic, and thoroughly wild. We too had the mosquito swarms but it was early summer so a lot of runoff. I’d go back in a second.
There is no view of the canyon from this campground, so be prepared to hike or drive down if you want to have great views. The real downer for us was the plethora of vicious mosquitos. We were eaten alive even though we sprayed with bug spray often. Our tent was swarmed with them such that we heard…
Nice state park. We dry camped with water site