Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Allowed
No Drinking Water
About Fourth of July Campground

Campground and Picnic Area  

This site is open for day use or overnight camping.  No water available.  PLEASE NOTE: Recreational Vehicles (RV's) longer than 22 feet are not allowed in this campground.  Vehicles of this size may only park at Ox Canyon Trailhead, approximately 1.5 miles South of Red Canyon Campground.

Price
$7.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
No Drinking Water
No Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
No Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available
No WiFi
Location
Fourth of July Campground is located in New Mexico
Latitude
34.792 N
Longitude
-106.3816 W
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2 Reviews of Fourth of July Campground
Solid sites but nothing special

This was our first time camping in the Manzanos. The campsites are well made with a picnic table and fire ring. There isn’t a tent pad but all of the spots have a nice section of relatively flat ground. There are several vault toilets spread through the site. Cost is $7 per night. There is no water source at or near the campsites so make sure to bring enough for your stay. The campground is clean and well maintained. The sites are relatively close together but the campsite wasn’t crowded. The road in is a forest road. SUV’s will be fine but starting to push it for cars. You can walk from the sites to the Fourth of July trail

First to Review
Clean campground with access to great fall foliage

The Fourth of July Campground provides a starting point for hiking 4th of July Canyon, which is a must-do for anyone in NM in the fall.

The campground itself is pretty standard: gravel pad, fire ring and a picnic table. The sites are a little close together, so don't expect too much privacy. We found one that had a flat spot up the hill a bit so we almost felt like we were alone, but the neighbors barking dogs when I went to the bathroom in the AM brought me quickly back to reality.