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there's a nice hike near the campground, and a gorgeous view of the valley below. bathrooms available as well.
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Perfect place for a day after White Sands National Park. Only $7 a night and there are bathrooms, garbage bins and picnic benches with shade. Could not be better. It is a ways from the main road so RV access is difficult if nearly impossible due to the winding of the roads. Definitely would…
We spent one night here and it was just fine. We drove up with no reservation and the clerk was very friendly. I sell online and she even shipped my package for me. Internet is fine, big covered pool, dog area, lots of picnic tables. We are in an RV so we didn’t hear any noise at all. It’s really a…
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Very gorgeous sunrise, it has toilets and no showers, but very much worth it. Bring water.
We arrived just before the gates closed for the night and set our tent up at dusk. After a comfortable night sleep we woke up to spectacular views from our tent. Nestled at the base of the Organ Mountains, this campground was well worth the $7 to camp.
Pit toilets located throughout the campground…
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I don't know how to add a campground so I'll just review from here. This spot would be fine for a night if you get in late or plan to do the hike at the TH then camp. But you're literally camping in a parking lot. If you keep going down the road a bit farther, turn left onto a BLM dirt road…
This is a great little campground that isn’t usually too busy but it’s spaced out enough that even when it is it’s still quiet. As stated in other reviews the views from this campground are spectacular! It’s a bit cooler than the surrounding areas during the summer too, which is a plus.
Easy access to the road and both I25 and I10. Sites are gravel and semi level. Park manager wasn’t the nicest.
I'm not sure you can pick a bad spot here, but there are a few standout sites. I had 49, which had multiple places to put a tent, and some amazing views (see the sunrise pic from right outside my tent). Every site has a covered picnic table. And there's a fair bit of shade from trees as well.
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Good hiking trail but small parking lot. We were the only big rig but there 4 vans and a couple of cars overnight. No trash or water here
We arrived after dark. The road was easily accessible for a car. The site was cleared and ready for a tent. Las Cruces city glow is visible in the distance at night. The stars were out. We heard coyotes at some point in the night. The morning brought a brilliant sunrise over the mountains in the…
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Nestled a few miles off the main road, this campground has incredible views. The sites are spacious. The sites are on a steep hill and some sites have a few steps up or down from your car. The facility is incredibly clean.
You are very close to White Sands NP.
Las Cruses is a few miles away.…
Beautiful campground near Las Cruces NM and White Sands National Park. Love that the camp site all have covered structures over the picnic tables. Definitely keeps the sun off. We stayed in site 25. Plenty of room. No large RVs because they can't get up the road. Lots of folks camping in vans.…
First come first serve with clean pit toilets and trash bins. It has beautiful views and great hikes. I will be coming back!
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I've been on a nationwide roadtrip for a few months that now and I have tent camped alone in many sites from Florida to Arkansas to, now, New Mexico. I chose Aguirra because of its close proximity to White Sands National Park. It is a First Come First Serve site and you must pay in cash. I was…