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Coyote Creek State Park

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Coyote Creek

Coyote Creek State Park, New Mexico

You are going to fall in l-o-v-e with Coyote Creek State Park. Set in the stunning Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the park is gonna wow you with it’s show-off scenery! Wildflowers, and green as can be Read more...
You are going to fall in l-o-v-e with Coyote Creek State Park. Set in the stunning Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the park is gonna wow you with it’s show-off scenery! Wildflowers, and green as can be trees in the spring and summer, will rejuvenate your senses. When autumn comes, the colors are really gonna work your camera into overtime! This place isn’t just a pretty face though, there’s hiking and plenty of fly fishing in the stream that runs through the park. A perfect place to bring your crew for a campout, there’s plenty of campground space for tents and RVs. You may even hear a coyote howl in appreciation of this beautiful park while you snuggle up around the campfire. With close access to Taos, Coyote Creek is a no brainer for a good time!
Encino Loop Campground
Kate: This area is for tents and small pop up trailers only. Many of the sites can be a challenge to get...
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High Road Farmstead Camp
Andi: We enjoyed our time at High Road Farmstead Camp. The setting is beautiful! The outhouse is the coolest...
Tent camping in Taos!
Nyna: The SpaceThe tent space available is located on our 3 acre sustainable living project. We are a family...
Shepherd's Cabin Glamping Shed
Kat: This is glamping at its finest! You get a place to rest your head, wifi, and a little porch to sit on...
Taos Goji Farm Campsites
Kat: This is seriously a unique camping experience! You are camping on a farm under apple trees, next to...
Glamping at High Road Santuario
Megan: Ahh I absolutely LOVED this place. Its a working farm nestled in a canyon in the little town of...
Santa Barbara Campground
Mia: Beautiful campground. We practically had it to ourselves. We visited in late September 2016 just...
Rio Grande Gorge/Ute Mountain Run Mile 6 Camp
Megan: I cannot explain how beautiful this place is. The Airstream sits on the edge of the Rio Grande Gorge...
Serenity, Survival, Sky
Jeffery: Pitch a tent, park an RV, paddle a yak, park for awhile. Throw some fly's, bark at the moon, target...
Prairie Sky Retreat
Thomas: Primitive Camping at the foot of Mesita Volcano. Nearby, Rio Grande River, for fishing and swimming....
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...
Frieda Lawrence Eco-Cabin
Kat: This cabin is attached to the DH Lawrence cabin, so it has the same amenities but with its own unique...
Upper La Junta Campground
Daniel: Stayed at this site one night each week from late Sept. thru mid November, 2016.
Duran Canyon Campground
Located just off Duran Creek, Duran Canyon Campground is situated at an impressive 9,000 feet of...
La Junta Canyon Campground
Dillon: La Junta is a Forrest Road with nice dispersed sites and a few small campgrounds scattered. Pit...
Agua Piedra Campground
Kate: This is my favorite campground in this area! The improvements are nice and it's usually not too...
Agua Piedra Group Shelter
Agua Piedra Group Campground features two shelters located on the Rio Pueblo. They are located in...
Lillian: Incredible vistas, unspoiled wilderness, petrogliphs, caves and hiking trails, fresh water springs....
Capulin Campground
For a popular roadside spot, check out Capulin Campground. It is conveniently located along US Route...
La Sombra Campground
La Sombra Campground is a popular family spot with easy access to the Rio Fernando for fishing. There...
Comales Campground
Comales Campground is located right on the Rio Pueblo, and at the head of the Comales Canyon and Cañon...