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The 20 best camping spots in New Mexico.

Mountains, desert, rivers and dunes? Experience it all in just one New Mexico weekend.

MoonFlower Casitas- Yurt
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1. MoonFlower Casitas- Yurt

A yurt is a round, domed structure which was originally used by the nomadic Mongolian people as an easily moved shelter. The roomy 26' diameter...

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Yurt Glamping, stargazing
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2. Yurt Glamping, stargazing

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Our yurt is close to The Turquoise Trail (20 mins), Santa Fe (1 and half hours), and Albuquerque (40 mins). You’ll love our place because of the...

Erin
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for a couple: queen bed, full kitchen,...
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Here's a little secret: New Mexico isn't just desert. In fact, this state is one of the most diverse landscapes in the world, offering white sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, lush riparian forests and everything in between. A visit to New Mexico's Carson National Forest in the north brings scenic canyon hiking, great fishing and tent camping, and close proximity to the famous Read more...
Here's a little secret: New Mexico isn't just desert. In fact, this state is one of the most diverse landscapes in the world, offering white sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, lush riparian forests and everything in between. A visit to New Mexico's Carson National Forest in the north brings scenic canyon hiking, great fishing and tent camping, and close proximity to the famous Taos Pueblo, where local inhabitants have lived in the multi-layered adobe structures for over a thousand years. You don't have to be a history buff to appreciate the longstanding history of New Mexico's indigenous peoples or experience the clashes of culture that have taken place in this beautiful landscape over the past five hundred years. Just outside Albuquerque, the Cibola National Forest is a world of steep hiking, rocky equestrian trails, and beautiful juniper trees. For camera-worthy scenery, head south to Elephant Butte Lake State Park, where the gorgeous lake views and access to the Rio Grande offer the perfect union of desert and oasis. A bevy of yurt camping opportunities, along with plenty of ranch retreats and rustic cabins, make for a truly unique camping experience in this diverse American landscape.
Chameleon
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3. Chameleon

Chameleon: 2 room cabin, NO running water and no toilet facilities in the casita, sleeps 4, possibly 5, two (2) double beds in the bedroom, and a...

Maddy
Maddy: We had a much-needed relaxing time at this charming, rustic cabin. The deck + fireplace right on the Pecos River was so dreamy....
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New Canyon Campground

4. New Canyon Campground

Located close to the geographic center of the state, New Canyon Campground is a solid spot for hikers. Explore the area by foot or horse on New...

In 1945, the first atomic bomb, nicknamed Trinity, was detonated in the desert landscape of south-central New Mexico.
Red Cloud Campground

5. Red Cloud Campground

A petite camp located in a ponderosa forest, Red Cloud Campground is located near an old mining district. It can get busier than the Secretary of...

Manzano Mountains State Park Campground

6. Manzano Mountains State Park Campground

When you need to escape, there’s no place like the Manzano Mountains for a reprieve from the modern world. At 7,250 feet above sea level, this...

The crucial Wilderness Act of 1964 originated in New Mexico, as a means of protecting the Gila Wilderness area.
Tajique Campground

7. Tajique Campground

Tajique Campground (pronounced "Tah-HEE-key") is a small camp located by the creek of the same name. It’s located at 6,800 feet of elevation and...

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Red Canyon Campground

8. Red Canyon Campground

Red Canyon Campground features well-shaded sites that are a great entry point for the Manzano Wilderness via the Red and Spruce Canyon trails....

The world's largest hot air balloon festival is held every October in Albuquerque.
Capilla Peak Campground

9. Capilla Peak Campground

Capilla Peak Campground has some spectacular views of the Manzano Mountains, Rio Grande, and Stancia Valleys. Take advantage of the access to the...

Fourth of July Campground

10. Fourth of July Campground

There are a number of short trails to pick up from Fourth of July Campground including Crimson Maple (0. 5 miles), Spring Trail Loop (0. 25 miles),...

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The White Sands National Monument isn't sand at all – it's composed of white gypsum crystals that is cool to the touch even on the hottest days.
Cedro Peak Group Campground

11. Cedro Peak Group Campground

A choice spot for large groups to take advantage of the area’s amazing mountain biking, Cedro Peak Group Campground is located in the Manzanita...

quentin
Quentin: very big ground ! we arrived very late at night and just set up our tent in the field. there were a lot of other people, it...
Devenport's Camp Camp
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12. Devenport's Camp Camp

Tent camping welcome, RV camping OK (no hookups whatsoever, no dumping, no water). 1. 5 acres of flat land right off of Hwy 550. Fenced with gate....

El Cerro Campground

13. El Cerro Campground

Nothing beats sleeping beneath the shade of a cottonwood tree. Explore the wildflowers by day and the starry skies by night at El Cerro campground,...

Baca Campground

14. Baca Campground

Located on a dirt road, Baca Campground is the kinda place where only people who enjoy being alone in the wilderness and gazing at a bajillion...

Shannon
Shannon: We spent two nights there in early March, it was perfect weather, night's in the 60's and days in the high 80's. It's a huge...
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South Fork Campground

15. South Fork Campground

South Fork Campground is a popular destination in the Smokey Bear Ranger District. In fact, you can pretty much just pretend you’re a bear by...

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Jemez Mountains--Valles Caldera
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16. Jemez Mountains--Valles Caldera

Our property is located in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico nine miles above Jemez Springs. We have a 7. 5 acre piece of land surrounded by the...

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Monjeau Campground

17. Monjeau Campground

Monjeau Campground is a small camp located in an aspen, oak, and pine forest. You’ll have access to Monjeau Lookout, an old Civilian Conservation...

Monjeau Lookout

18. Monjeau Lookout

Make Smokey Bear proud and go camping at Monjeau Lookout in his home, the Lincoln National Forest. This famous landmark is on the National Register...

Rocky Point Campground

19. Rocky Point Campground

One of three campgrounds surrounding Santa Rosa Lake, Rocky Point Campground is for those that like their camping with a side of the civilized....

Shepherd's Cabin Glamping Shed
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20. Shepherd's Cabin Glamping Shed

Stay in our fitted out glamping shed called the Shepard's Cabin. Sleep next to our the outhouse (nonfunctioning) that Aldous Huxley built when he...

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