About This Campground
This campground is on the banks of the Gila River and has beautiful cliffs serving as a natural backdrop. The Grapevine Campground is named for an actual old grapevine that can be seen today. Today there is a large chain around it to protect it. The East, West and Middle Forks of the Gila…
- ADA Access
- Firewood Available
- Electric Hookups
- Max Length: 20 ft.
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
- Walk InPark in a lot, walk to your campsite
- Hike InHike a trail to your campsite
Warning if you have glampers....the road is beautiful and windy and long travel.. there’s no reception for 30 miles...
Great place to go during the summer you can swim and fish at your camp site. The vegetation was dry and dead, not as green as it would be. Not the right time of year..
Very open, lots of diverse trees, an occasional fish in the river, camped here many times in my life, always the best option, the drive down has become quite eroded over the years so be sure to have a semi capable vehicle
We spent a week road trip camping around New Mexico and this was our favorite campsite, despite the lack of upkeep on the restrooms and the trash strewn around which we attempted to clean up. Even with all that, the confluence of the east, west and middle forks of the Gila River at Grapevine…
Grapevine Campground is located in New Mexico
The campground is located 40 miles north of Silver City on the east side of New Mexico Highway 15 between mile markers 37 and 38.