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1. 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: 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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The Pond House New Mexico
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2. The Pond House New Mexico

The Pond House is a 10' X 10' waterproof gazebo, covered in flowering vines, bordered by the 'lower' pond and surrounded in orchard trees. ...

Maddy: For those of us who crave the night sky, the symphony of trickling water and the scent of early morning dew before coffee, The...
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Billy's Bungalow
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3. Billy's Bungalow

This enchanting oasis is the perfect place to relax and recharge. Art and Animals abound on this small organic farm and orchard. Enjoy a soak in...

Maddy: Absolutely blown away! This handcrafted oasis beat all my expectations. Beth was such a thoughtful, caring, creative host with...
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San Antonio Campground

4. San Antonio Campground

Completely rebuilt in 2010, San Antonio Campground is located right next to the river of its namesake at 7,600 feet of elevation. Ponderosa pine...

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Jemez Falls Campground

5. Jemez Falls Campground

Your intuition is correct, Jemez Falls Campground has a waterfall! The campsites themselves are located amongst ponderosa pine trees and forest...

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Pellet Stove for Winter
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6. Pellet Stove for Winter

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: 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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Tselkabikiid Yellow Hogan
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7. Tselkabikiid Yellow Hogan

We have a large hogan, our family used to live in. It is one room, with a dirt floor, wood stove and has electric, but no running water (but there...

Vanessa: If you're looking for a cozy place to stay while travelin' along old Route 66 this is your spot. Just minutes away from down...
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Lea Lake Campground

8. Lea Lake Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Lea Lake Campground sits on the shores of its namesake and this place has got the hook UP! Need electric? Need full hook-ups? Or do you just wanna...

Joel: Be prepared for wind. Lots of good exploring areas
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Upper La Junta Campground

9. Upper La Junta Campground

Upper La Junta Campground is the bee’s knees with motorcyclists traveling the desert southwest so consider this the perfect reason to pack some...

Daniel: Stayed at this site one night each week from late Sept. thru mid November, 2016.
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Three Sisters Campground

10. Three Sisters Campground

Are you into hiking, fishing, and biking? Then look no further than Three Sisters Campground. Located in the picturesque Elephant Butte Lake State...

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Gallo Campground

11. Gallo Campground

Pitch camp at Gallo Campground, where the searing sun will christen your tent worthy for its desert lands. Tucked among fallen boulders and cliffs,...

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Scorpion Upper Campground

12. Scorpion Upper Campground

Try Upper Scorpion Campground for the closest digs to Gila Dwellings National Monument. It’s also near the river, which means you’re sure to run...

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Three Rivers Campground

13. Three Rivers Campground

Camp at the base of New Mexico’s tallest mountain at the Three Rivers Campground. It’s a sweet spot to avoid the crowds, and at a lower elevation...

Natalia: Had a great time here during the month of october! there are numerous hikes close to the campgrounds ranging from all...
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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: 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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Pegasus North Campground

15. Pegasus North Campground

Pegasus North provides out-of-this-world camping in a 5,200-foot, otherworldly setting. As the name implies, the campground can be found at the...

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Pinon Campground

16. Pinon Campground

Pinon Campground is a great choice for making the most of your time in Navajo Lake State Park. Boat, kayak, canoe, sail, etc. No matter what sort...

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Percha Dam State Park Campground

17. Percha Dam State Park Campground

There’s seriously nothing quite like waking up with the sun in the New Mexico desert. Try it out at Percha Dam State Park Campground, where you’ll...

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Juniper Family Campground

18. Juniper Family Campground

With very few spots that are very rarely filled, Juniper Family Campground is the perfect spot to get away from the everyday bothers of society....

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Fourth of July Campground

19. 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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South Fork Negrito Campground

20. South Fork Negrito Campground

Canvassed by giant cottonwoods alongside the campground namesake creek, South Fork Negrito Campground is a trifecta of stinging campgrounds, all of...

Limestone Campground

21. Limestone Campground

Set on an inlet of Brantley Lake, Limestone Campground has everything an adventure-lover could need for a good trip. There’s plenty of space for...

Bighorn Campground

22. Bighorn Campground

With a landscape of primarily pinon and juniper trees, Bighorn Campground is convenient for short stays because its walking distance from the town...

Cowles Campground

23. Cowles Campground

Get MOO-ving and grab a spot at Cowles Campground in the Santa Fe National Forest. Ideally located where the Winsor Canyon meets the Pecos Canyon,...

Willow Creek Campground

24. Willow Creek Campground

Looking to get your RV on? Drive on down to Willow Creek Campground. Located in the totally postcard-worthy Heron Lake State Park, you’ve got...

Coy: Camped here in Sept. 2016. Had electric at site, dump station at entrance. Very quiet well kept park. Friendly, helpful host....
Santa Barbara Campground

25. Santa Barbara Campground

Santa Barbara Campground is a popular drop off and pick-up point for Pecos Wilderness hikers and riders looking for the the easiest access to...

Black Canyon Campground - Upper

26. Black Canyon Campground - Upper

Approximately 30 miles from the Wilderness Ranger District’s offices, Upper Black Canyon Campground can really give you some privacy. Just be sure...

Pete: Quite the drive, but extremely worth it. Very secluded spot of two primitive campsites. No water, but there is a vault toilet...
El Porvenir Campground

27. El Porvenir Campground

Calling all tree-lovers! El Porvenir Campground is gorgeously nestled in a mixed conifer forest. Located at the base of Hermit’s Peak next to...

Anasazi Ruin Family Glamping Cabin
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28. Anasazi Ruin Family Glamping Cabin

Anasazi Ruin Family Glamping Cabin is located within the only twenty mile long gated box canyon in the Chama Wilderness. The cabin includes a...

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Black Canyon Campground

29. Black Canyon Campground

Probably the most popular camp in the area, Black Canyon Campground is just eight miles from downtown Santa Fe. There’s a choice one mile hiking...

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El Rito Campground

30. El Rito Campground

Fishing and hiking are the activities of choice at El Rito Campground. And once you’re tuckered out, there is plenty of space to grill up a...

Maddy: This spot was way better than I imagined. The camping is sort of dispersed but there were bathrooms where we stayed. We pulled...
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