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About Field Tract Campground

Field Tract Campground is located on the banks of the beautiful Pecos River. The campground is 10 miles north of the village of Pecos. Visitors enjoy Field Tract for its family friendly atmosphere, fishing and access to the Santa Fe National Forest.

Recreation

Field Tract Campground offers excellent fishing access on the Pecos River, picnicking and camping opportunities. It is also a short drive to nearby trailheads leading into the Pecos Wilderness.

Facilities

This medium sized campground offers tent and RV camping, a flush toilet and two pit toilets, drinking water, picnic tables and grills. Six of the 15 units have three-sided shelters. Campsites are suitable for trailers up to 22 feet in length.

Natural Features

Situated on the Pecos River, Field Tract Campground provides an inviting forested setting.

Nearby Attractions

Field Tract Campground offers direct access to the Pecos River and there are many terrific fishing opportunities nearby. There are also trailheads providing access to the Pecos Wilderness as well as climbing opportunities within 10 miles.

ADA Access: N

Sites
15
Price
$8.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available

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Location
Field Tract Campground is located in New Mexico
Latitude
35.6867 N
Longitude
-105.6931 W
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Directions
Field Tract Campground is located 10 miles north of Pecos on the right-hand side.
3 Reviews of Field Tract Campground
A nice camp near Santa fe

This is a small but clean and beautiful little camp outside of Santa Fe. Quiet, good hiking, and water to explore. We took a little excursion around the mountains of Santa Fe and found the most delightful little college that feature its own little trail (the Atalya Trail at St John's college. Some students were on the trail and showed us a rather hermetic (as in Hermes) school ground and some fascinating little creatures in their science room. Santa Fe itself was super friendly and lots to explore. ALL of northern New Mexico had terrible cell and wifi service. Practically non existent and it was AWESOME! A total digital detox! Go get it!

Hideaway in the Pecos Canyon

Visited in late July and the temps were not bad in the 80's. Nice little campground with no hook ups. One flush toilet per gender and a couple of pit toilets. Open sites great for tents. Right by the Pecos River with fishing. Saw several people with stringers of nice brown trout. No cell service here. Hiking trails are several miles drive away.

First to Review
Great little river and spot for camping

Stayed here over the weekend in August a few years ago. It was beautiful. A good river for fly fishing or spinner fishing. The road to/from is well maintained as well. It wasn't too busy when we went, plenty of space. A couple of RVs were parked around too. We were the only ones in our area, we let the dog run around and had a good time too. My nieces enjoyed splashing in the river as well. Overall a good spot.