This was our first outing in a truck and camper shell. Even though it was the weekend (a couple days after) of the Fourth of July we got a good spot and there was actually empty spaces next to us. I think all the sites have their own picnic tables and many of them have shelters over the tables. This came in handy since it rained while we were there. There is a large field that gets mowed and great for kids to play. There’s also a small playground. The stream was nice and my boyfriend caught a couple of fish. There’s also a small trail that goes up the mountain and around the campground. It was a fairly easy trail for us 20-something’s and we did it in about an hour or shorter. We really liked their main bathroom! It had heaters that kept it warm and they were really clean. Next time we will try out their showers. We really enjoyed that it offered almost everything we needed and at a great price compared to KOA camps!
Beautiful secluded campground, plenty of space to ride bikes, explore, shelter, and great fishing. Electric and water no sewer. Will be back next month as well
This campground holds a land of beauty and is a must go to if you are in the New Mexico area, highly recommended!
Windy road to a fairly secluded campground. There is a cute stream that runs right next to the campground. The bathrooms were ok and it was nice to have a shower. We didn't have fishing poles with us, but saw others that were having some luck.
Coyote Creek is a great place to escape for the weekend. The fishing is great, scenery is amazing, and it is quiet! This campsite is located in a valley along a small creek, if it is a drought year, there won't be much water. There aren't many trees around the creek so it doesn't feel as "foresty" but it is still in the mountains. The bathrooms/showers are really nice as well but located quite a ways from the creek. There are camping spots up by the bathroom as well that have more coverage and privacy. As usual with New Mexico camping, bring everything you need because stores are not close by and usually close early in the day. The road to get to coyote creek is really narrow and windy so allow plenty of time to get there before dark.