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New Mexico Guide
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The best camping in New Mexico.

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


Camp on a City Farm
Camp on a City Farm
100% Recommend – 3 Responses
Katie
Katie: Danielle was very generous and hospitable. The dutch hen farm was peaceful and easily accessible by bu...
Direct book $20/night
Camping on the Mountain
Luis
Luis: Camping on the Mountain was great. We arrived late, around 10pm, and were received warmly and we were ...
Direct book $40/night

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 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.

Healing on the Rio Grande
Julie
Julie: Michaela and Ernesto were so warm and welcoming when we arrived! Their back yard was absolutely lovely...
Request book $30/night
Mo
Mo: Come and pitch your tent on this primitive, beautiful, wide open mesa. Sweeping views of the Ortiz and...
Direct book $15/night
At 7,199 feet above sea level, Santa Fe is the highest state capital in the country.
Tent camping in Taos!
Nyna
Nyna: The SpaceThe tent space available is located on our 3 acre sustainable living project. We are a family...
Direct book $25/night
High Country Alpaca Ranch Camp
John
John: Multiple tent and RV camping spots, Bunkhouse (short term rental), onsite Mercantile/Gift Shop.
Direct book $20/night
In 1945, the first atomic bomb, nicknamed Trinity, was detonated in the desert landscape of south-central New Mexico.
Above and Beyond
Kim
Kim: The view goes on forever to the South and East. Mountains nearby to the North and West. Prospectors...
Direct book $20/night
High Road Farmstead Camp
Andi
Andi: We enjoyed our time at High Road Farmstead Camp. The setting is beautiful! The outhouse is the coolest...
Direct book $33/night
The crucial Wilderness Act of 1964 originated in New Mexico, as a means of protecting the Gila Wilderness area.
Zuni Mountain Retreat Tent Camp
Zuni Mountain Retreat Tent Camp
100% Recommend – 1 Response
John
John: DreamCamp is a place for spiritual seekers to find vision and renewal through sound healing and...
Direct book $25/night
Fountain of Youth Springs Ranch
MICHAEL
Michael: This camp is on the Chama River, swimming holes up stream, has natural fresh water springs on the...
Direct book $20/night
The world's largest hot air balloon festival is held every October in Albuquerque.
Bluewater Rocks & Views
Meredith
Meredith: As you cruise down Route 66 through Native lands a desire builds to be one with your surroundings, to ...
Direct book $50/night
Keys & Feathers
Keys & Feathers
100% Recommend – 1 Response
Jane
Jane: Andy has carved out a neat spot nestled into the Gila National Forest of New Mexico. His land abuts a...
Direct book $20/night
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.
Desert Lake Cabin
Erica
Erica: Adorable one bedroom cabin with a loft, large living space, and kitchen, set in dramatic mountain...
Direct book $30/night
Mountain Valley Serenity &River
Anastasia
Anastasia: Pitch your tent in our cottonwood grove beside our trout filled stream. Our main house is just a...
Direct book $35/night
Grit and Solitude
Marya
Marya: Pitch your tent on a patch of dust here. Feel the grit in your teeth and the dust cake on your face....
Direct book $40/night
High Desert Vistas
Bryan
Bryan: Come stay awhile at the Ulhr Ranch. High Desert Vistas gives your ears a rest from the noise of the...
Direct book $10/night
High Spirits Desert Camp
Devin
Devin: Here, you'll find nothing but a connection to nature. At 7,400 ft. elevation, with desert sands and...
Direct book $15/night
Jackalope Ranch Tent Site
Robert
Robert: This is a 355 acre ranch it has been used by my family for recreation and hunting it is perfect for...
Direct book $40/night
Hondo Low Field
Carl
Carl: Pitch a tent in the Low Field above the Rio Hondo, with clear views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains....
Direct book $20/night
Enchanted Canyon
Rachael
Rachael: Pitch your tent in our Enchanted Canyon just 25 minutes from Albuquerque and 40 mins from Santa Fe yet...
Direct book $15/night