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New Mexico Guide
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The 10 best camping spots in New Mexico.

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

Yurt Glamping, stargazing
Erin
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for a couple: queen...
Tselkabikiid Yellow Hogan
Vanessa
Vanessa: If you're looking for a cozy place to stay while travelin' along old Route 66 this is your spot. Just...
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.
Gallo Campground
Margo
Margo: Great campground. Sites vary widely. Avoid #38 as it's on the parking lot. Flush toilets. Potable...
Chameleon, Rustic Cabin
Maddy
Maddy: We had a much-needed relaxing time at this charming, rustic cabin. The deck + fireplace right on the...
At 7,199 feet above sea level, Santa Fe is the highest state capital in the country.
High Country Alpaca Ranch Camp
John
John: Multiple tent and RV camping spots, Bunkhouse (short term rental), onsite Mercantile/Gift Shop.
The Pond House New Mexico
Maddy
Maddy: For those of us who crave the night sky, the symphony of trickling water and the scent of early...
In 1945, the first atomic bomb, nicknamed Trinity, was detonated in the desert landscape of south-central New Mexico.
Anasazi Glamping Tipi
Taos Goji
Taos Goji : Our "Anasazi Glamping Tipi" is located on a small goji berry farm 15 miles north of Taos, NM; 25 min...
High Road Farmstead Camp
Roslyn
Roslyn: Pitch your tent on our historic, acequia fed farmstead @ 7500ft in Las Trampas on the Scenic High Road...
The crucial Wilderness Act of 1964 originated in New Mexico, as a means of protecting the Gila Wilderness area.
Above and Beyond
Kim
Kim: The view goes on forever to the South and East. Mountains nearby to the North and West. Prospectors...
Taos Goji Farm Campsites
Kat
Kat: This is seriously a unique camping experience! You are camping on a farm under apple trees, next to...