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Cibola National Forest

Cibola National Forest, New Mexico

America the beautiful, indeed! The Cibola National Forest is definitely one place not to be missed in the wilds of New Mexico. The forest is one massive combination of all the most beautiful natural Read more...
America the beautiful, indeed! The Cibola National Forest is definitely one place not to be missed in the wilds of New Mexico. The forest is one massive combination of all the most beautiful natural glory in the southwest! Cibola packs one heck of a punch with over 1.6 million acres in just New Mexico alone. From upwards of 11,000 feet, you’ll experience spectacular views of the valley, mega fresh air, and some seriously diverse wildlife! Depending on what season your paths cross, Cibola offers loads of fishing opportunities, challenging hikes, mountain biking, and downhill skiing and snowboarding. With most campgrounds not more than an hour’s drive from Albuquerque, settle in for a spell at some more traditional sites, cabins, or lodges. But remember, it’s a desert. Bring good, sturdy boots and lots of water!
Water Canyon Group Campground
A secluded group site from the main campground, Water Canyon Group Campground could serve as the next...
Water Canyon Campground
Layne
Layne: The sites here are situated along a curving road, with the outer sites a bit higher up than the...
Bear Trap Campground
Though it isn’t very expansive, Bear Trap Campground is popular for reasons besides its cool name. The...
Hughes Mill Campground
Consider yourself lucky to snag a spot at Hughes Mill Campground. This pair of sites is more popular...
Springtime Campground
Springtime Campground is a lightly used area with Adirondack-style shelters to make camping a little...
Luna Park Campground
A visit here is one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. Luna Park Campground has rad...
Red Canyon Campground
Red Canyon Campground features well-shaded sites that are a great entry point for the Manzano...
Capilla Peak Campground
Capilla Peak Campground has some spectacular views of the Manzano Mountains, Rio Grande, and Stancia...
New Canyon Campground
Located close to the geographic center of the state, New Canyon Campground is a solid spot for hikers....
Fourth of July Campground
There are a number of short trails to pick up from Fourth of July Campground including Crimson Maple...
Lobo Canyon Campground
Located at over 7,000 feet of elevation, Lobo Canyon Campground’s pinon, juniper, and ponderosa pine...
Coal Mine Campground
Sites at Coal Mine Campground are located on gently sloped ground amongst pinon, juniper, gambel oak,...
Tajique Campground
Tajique Campground (pronounced "Tah-HEE-key") is a small camp located by the creek of the same name....
Ojo Redondo Campground
Ojo Redondo Campground is just southwest of Mt. Sedwick, the highest peak in the Zuni Mountains. It’s...
Cedro Peak Group Campground
Quentin
Quentin: very big ground ! we arrived very late at night and just set up our tent in the field. there were a...
Red Cloud Campground
A petite camp located in a ponderosa forest, Red Cloud Campground is located near an old mining...
McGaffey Campground
Located on what was once the historic railroad logging and sawmill town of McGaffey, McGaffey...
Quaking Aspen Campground
At Quaking Aspen Campground, aspen and mature ponderosa pine trees provide a welcome respite from the...
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Bluewater Rocks & Views
Meredith
Meredith: Bluewater rocks and views has so many beautiful mountains all around it!
Camp on a City Farm
Katie
Katie: Danielle was very generous and hospitable. The dutch hen farm was peaceful and easily accessible by...
Tent in a Green Oasis
Julie
Julie: Danielle was very sweet and welcoming! I enjoyed chatting with her as she showed me around the farm...
Healing on the Rio Grande
Julie
Julie: Michaela and Ernesto were so warm and welcoming when we arrived! Their back yard was absolutely lovely...
Camping on the Mountain
Cristina
Cristina: Set up your tent or small camper on 13 acres of raw land in the mountains of New Mexico. This area is...
High Country Alpaca Ranch Camp
John
John: Multiple tent and RV camping spots, Bunkhouse (short term rental), onsite Mercantile/Gift Shop.
Yurt Glamping, stargazing
Erin
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for a couple: queen...
Zuni Mountain Retreat Tent Camp
John
John: DreamCamp is a place for spiritual seekers to find vision and renewal through sound healing and...
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...
Oasis in the Desert
Jamie
Jamie: Oasis in the Desert is a lovely passive solar adobe casita with artistic touches throughout. It's a...
Above and Beyond
Kim
Kim: The view goes on forever to the South and East. Mountains nearby to the North and West. Prospectors...
Valle Tio Vinces Campground
Being only marginally developed, Valle Tio Vinces Campground is nestled alongside the Continental...
Wilderness
Maddy
Maddy: This was definitely remote and wild! It was so nice to be fully immersed in this gorgeous landscape....
El Caso Throwdown Campground
Primarily for equestrian use, El Caso Throwdown Campground is just outside the Quemado Lake Recreation...
Devenport's Camp Camp
Jimmy
Jimmy: Tent camping welcome, RV camping OK (no hookups whatsoever, no dumping, no water). 1. 5 acres of flat...
El Caso I-III Campground
A partially developed camp, El Caso I-III Campground is within hiking distance of Quemado Lake. Sites...
Pinon Group Campground
Located on its very own loop amongst pinon and juniper trees, Pinon Group Campground holds itself to...
Pinon Campground
With a family camping loops, Pinon Campground is a clean and quiet getaway for everyone. As you’d...
Juniper Campground
Juniper Campground is a popular camp overlooking Quemado Lake. The New Mexico Game and Fish Department...
Manzano Mountains State Park Campground
When you need to escape, there’s no place like the Manzano Mountains for a reprieve from the modern...