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The best camping near Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Stargaze from the high-deserts or float down the Rio Grande in Albuqurque


Relax at your home away from home.
Farm yard and garden.
Enjoy the yard on your visit!
Enjoy your meals in the garden.
Friendly neighbors!
Tent in a Green Oasis
100% 5 Responses
$25/night
Julie
Julie: Danielle was very sweet and welcoming! I enjoyed chatting with her as she showed me aro...
Enjoying the almost spring like weather! The deck is also the perfect spot to sit and watch the sunrise, if you want to get up that early! But I highly recommend it:)
Yurt at night. The stars were breathtaking!
Playing games outside on the deck! Amazing views of the land and surrounding area.
Fully stocked kitchen! It seriously had EVERYTHING we would ever need in a kitchen. Including coffee, food and condiments in the fridge, and all the pots and pans you would ever need.
They provide you with sample size soaps, shampoos and conditioners.
Erin
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for ...
Camping near Albuquerque gives those who choose to explore its many wild places a plethora of environments and landscapes. The stretch of the Rio Grande river that runs through Albuquerque is celebrated by both locals and tourists alike. Feel free to start your hike along the dotting trail heads that border the river or, well, just float down it. Kayakers and canoers can find Read more...
Camping near Albuquerque gives those who choose to explore its many wild places a plethora of environments and landscapes. The stretch of the Rio Grande river that runs through Albuquerque is celebrated by both locals and tourists alike. Feel free to start your hike along the dotting trail heads that border the river or, well, just float down it. Kayakers and canoers can find pus-off points North and South of its Downtown leg. Petroglyph National Monument sits West of the city and is well known for its sweeping high-desert views and dog-friendly trails. For those who are yearning to escape urban America can head North-East of the city center toward Cibola National Forest. Find peace and serenity in the canyon and mountain overlooks. Views from Sandia Peak are especially beguiling and Instagrammable. Rustic, tent-only, and RV campsites can be found in every direction of Albuquerque, many with close proximity to the modern amenities of Downtown. Looking to do a bit of stargazing? Head on over to the low light polluted sites at Enchanted Canyon and Yurt Glamping, both of which are just 30-minutes from Albuquerque. Regardless of how you choose to camp, always have plenty of water on you, and don’t forget to lather on the sunscreen!
Enjoy the yard!
The sweetest little farm animals!
Tuck your tent away in the garden.
Friendly neighbors!
Farm yard in the garden.
Camp on a City Farm
100% 3 Responses
$20/night
Katie
Katie: Danielle was very generous and hospitable. The dutch hen farm was peaceful and easily a...
Plenty of room in the grass for our tent!
Cute plantings everywhere.
Sandia Mountain
The nearby Los Poblanos Fields open space is the perfect spot to take an evening walk.
The perfect spot to relax and enjoy the evening.
Julie
Julie: Michaela and Ernesto were so warm and welcoming when we arrived! Their back yard was ab...
Sun and Shade
Datura
NM
OLD NM
back porch , for shade and rest !
Megan
Megan: The site is exactly as described. You are sleeping in someone's backyard. It was awesom...
Our Desert Homestead - RV Site
Our Desert Homestead - RV Site
Our Desert Homestead - RV Site
Our Desert Homestead - RV Site
Our Desert Homestead - RV Site
Tommy
Tommy: Really nice people and they were very accommodating to us and our trailer. We really en...
Camp with the Sandia Mountains as your view!
Lots of cactus and desert beauty.
Khalil and Heidi's off-the-grid home being constructed.
Cholla cacti dot the desert landscape here.
Nicely even ground for pitching a tent!
Renee
Renee: This was an incredible place to post up for the night! We got in late and we’re greeted...
Golden Dawn.
Vintage bus meets Kinfolk in Golden Dawn.
Golden Dawn's private little patio area.
Golden Dawn
The road to Shanti Community! It's a little rough but our 4Runner had no problem on it at all.
Golden Dawn
100% 10 Responses
$45/night
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: This site was easily one of the coolest, if not THE coolest hipcamp site we've been to....
Where we stayed, From Dusk till Dawn. This bus was so spacious! Photo by Erin McGrady.
Dusk till Dawn
Dusk till Dawn
Dusk till Dawn
Dusk till Dawn
Dusk till Dawn
97% 15 Responses
$55/night
Mike
Mike: We had a great time. Dusk till Dawn was an amazing place to stay. The host was very h...
Have you ever spent the night in a bus?!
Yes, you can stay here!
Home away from home in the Tortilla Bus. Photo by Erin McGrady
I've never seen Erin fall in love with a dog so quickly before. Oh wait, this is actually a dingo. Meet Alice, he's such a gentleman. Photo by Erin McGrady.
Tortilla Bus
Tortilla Bus
100% 1 Response
$45/night
Shelly
Shelly: My place is off-grid and rustic. Its on a mesa at 6800 feet. It close to art and...
desk
drinking water and electric kettle
Sweet Bus in the village of Madrid
Sweet Bus in the village of Madrid
platform
Amy
Amy: Awesome spot, and I will definitely stay again if ever in Madrid again!
THAT BUS Y'ALL!!
Who says you can only have chaise lounges poolside? Photo by Rrin McGrady.
Photo by Erin McGrady
Your host, Shelly. She's all smiles. Photo by Erin McGrady.
Kerouac
Kerouac
83% 6 Responses
$40/night
Mark
Mark: We arrived at this location shortly before sunset after a 10 hour drive from Utah. Thi...
yurt lodging
Yurt dwelling. Photo by Erin McGrady.
The Shanti Yurt
The Shanti Yurt
The Shanti Yurt
The Shanti Yurt
83% 6 Responses
$55/night
Sarah
Sarah: The Shanti Community was amazing! I stayed in the yurt on the property, though there ar...
1/2 Acre MT View Property
1/2 Acre MT View Property
1/2 Acre MT View Property
1/2 Acre MT View Property
1/2 Acre MT View Property
Mark
Mark: This 1/2 acer lot is exactly that, an empty 1/2 acer lot among hundreds of others in th...
Raven House Tipi
Private deck of Raven House in the high desert.
Comfy bed inside Raven House. Futon folds out.
Raven House Tipi
Raven House Tipi
Raven House Tipi
100% 5 Responses
$75/night
Leigh
Leigh: I cannot recommend this magical place highly enough! The teepee is super clean, cozy an...
Grit and Solitude
Grit and Solitude
Grit and Solitude
Grit and Solitude
Marya
Marya: Pitch your tent on a patch of dust here. Feel the grit in your teeth and the dust cake...
Where the East meets the West
Where the East meets the West
Where the East meets the West
Where the East meets the West
Where the East meets the West
Rick
Rick : At Cuervo Mountain RV and Horse Park we offer 54 pull-thru sites large enough for any...
Earthbags and tires in campsite 1.
Jimmy
Jimmy: Tent camping welcome, RV camping OK (no hookups whatsoever, no dumping, no water). 1. 5...
tipi with blue skies
Very unique ambiance inside the tipi during the day.
tipi and cedar trees
outhouse with solar light
Sweet dreams tipi
Brenda
Brenda: Come enjoy a stay in our cozy tipi under the starry New Mexico night sky. Located on a...
Manzano Peak Off Grid
Manzano Peak Off Grid
Manzano Peak Off Grid
Manzano Peak Off Grid
Manzano Peak Off Grid
Tara
Tara : Bring your tent and supplies and have an amazing off grid experience on our 5 acre lot...