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El Vado Lake State Park

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El Vado Lake
El Vado Lake

El Vado Lake State Park, New Mexico

Lake to lake access is easy at El Vado Lake State Park, set beneath the picturesque mountains of northern New Mexico. Hike the 5.5 mile trail along the Rio Chama from El Vado to Heron Lake where you Read more...
Lake to lake access is easy at El Vado Lake State Park, set beneath the picturesque mountains of northern New Mexico. Hike the 5.5 mile trail along the Rio Chama from El Vado to Heron Lake where you can spot bald eagles and enjoy the river views. With all these water works, there’s lots of opportunity to fish for trout and salmon or head out on your boat. There’s even boat in camping (as well as beach camping), for those who want to stay out until the sun sinks behind the mountains. Winter time is prime time here too; with ice fishing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing, there isn’t a season at El Vado you won’t enjoy.
Elk Run Campground
Feeling up for some good ol’ fashioned peace and quiet? Right on the banks of El Vado Lake, the tiny...
Public campground
Grassy Point Campground
Hiking, fishing, and swimming, oh my! Head on over to Grassy Point Campground for all of this and...
Public campground
Pinon Beach Campground
Perched at the tip of a small peninsula in El Vado Lake, Pinon Beach offers off-the-hook camping. Boat...
Public campground
Hargroves Point Primitive Campground
Amenities… who needs ‘em? If you’re looking for some off-the-beaten path camping in northern New...
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Sands Cove Primitive Campground
Feelin’ up for some back-to-basics camping in New Mexico? Check out Sands Cove Primitive Campground...
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Fountain of Youth Springs Ranch
Michael: This camp is on the Chama River, swimming holes up stream, has natural fresh water springs on the...
Direct book$20/night
Darby: I had the most enjoyable time with Arvo and Mallory! They took me swimming, mushroom hunting and on a ...
Request book$25/night
Three Canyons Blanco River Camp
Stevi: I camped at a wonderful spot just near the river, surrounded by trees, mountains and all the beautiful...
Direct book$20/night
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 a...
Request book$30/night
Coyote's Calling
Signa: Pitch your tent on a cleared and mostly level camping area surrounded by sage, juniper, and pine...
Direct book$10/night
Taos Wind Mountain Retreat
Abe: You can pitch a tent, pull up a camper or stay in a tiny house. This is a wilderness retreat. So if...
Direct book$15/night
Tres Piedras Glamping Offgrid
John: 12. 35 acres of beautiful land consisting of rolling basalt, ponderosa, pinon and juniper just 1 mile...
Request book$20/night
Southwest Sage and Pinon Pine
Sherisse: Pitch your tent among the relaxing scents of pinon pine and sage. The view of the stars at night at...
Request book$50/night
High Desert Vistas
Bryan: Come stay awhile at the Ulhr Ranch. High Desert Vistas gives your ears a rest from the noise of the...
Direct book$10/night
Jemez Mountains--Valles Caldera
Carly: Attach this to a trip to the San Antonio Hot Springs
Request book$50/night
Riverside Refuge
Aurolyn: Couple acres of undeveloped farmland on the banks of the Rio Grande, 3 miles from the charming little...
Request book$20/night
Bus House Hostel
Maegen: We had such a fun time at the Bus House Hostel! It was within 15 minutes of Taos and some nearby hot s...
Request book$25/night
Rapture on the Rio
Natasha: Our stay with Jinx was so wonderful, we can't wait to come back in the summer! We had a beautiful stay...
Direct book$30/night
Serenity, Survival, Sky
Brendan: The highlight of this campsite is pure separation from everyone. We did not see another person our ent...
Direct book$30/night
High Road Farmstead Camp
Andi: We enjoyed our time at High Road Farmstead Camp. The setting is beautiful! The outhouse is the coolest...
Direct book$33/night
River Front Tent Camp
Steven Jen: Pitch your tent right next to the San Antonito River in the beautiful San Luis Valley. Located on...
Direct book$15/night
Tent camping in Taos!
Nyna: The SpaceThe tent space available is located on our 3 acre sustainable living project. We are a family...
Direct book$25/night
Mountain Valley Serenity &River
Anastasia: Pitch your tent in our cottonwood grove beside our trout filled stream. Our main house is just a...
Direct book$35/night
Mabel Dodge Lu-'home'
Jessica: We have a small 1970's trailer available for people to enjoy! There is no plumbing or heat but it's...
Request book$35/night
Prairie Sky Retreat
Thomas: Primitive Camping at the foot of Mesita Volcano. Nearby, Rio Grande River, for fishing and swimming....
Direct book$25/night