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Santa Fe National Forest

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Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico

Santa Fe National Forest isn’t just a cool spot in New Mexico, it’s a place that painters, poets, photographers and adventurers have waxed poetic about since...well, forever. It’s easy to see why, Read more...
Santa Fe National Forest isn’t just a cool spot in New Mexico, it’s a place that painters, poets, photographers and adventurers have waxed poetic about since...well, forever. It’s easy to see why, with over 1.6 million acres and over 1,000 miles of trails to explore. Whether it’s an autumn day trekking under trees blazing gold, or taking turns down the slopes at Santa Fe Ski Basin, the forest is a year round wonderland! Spring and Summer offer thrilling whitewater rafting down the Rio Grande, trout fishing, hunting, and nights under the stars. It’s easy to set up camp here too in one of the forests many campgrounds, and if you plan on staying away, be sure visit the town of Santa Fe, one of the most artistic and beautiful towns in America. This trip is bound to have you channeling your inner artist in no time!
Black Canyon Campground
Kate: This is a very nicely renovated forest service campground. The sites are all very level, electric sit...
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Panchuela Campground
If you like forest camping, you’ll like Panchuela Campground. In case you’re struggling, it’s...
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Cowles Campground
Get MOO-ving and grab a spot at Cowles Campground in the Santa Fe National Forest. Ideally located...
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Jacks Creek Campground
For that full mountain experience, choose Jacks Creek Campground. Tree lovers will rejoice among the...
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Jacks Creek Group Campground
Kelsie: Went in March and it was a noteable 20 degrees or so colder at camp then down the mountain. Bring laye...
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Iron Gate Campground
Kate: I love this place! The road can be a little rough especially after wet weather. The views are great ...
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Holy Ghost Group Campground
Gabriel: Leave room for others.
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Holy Ghost Campground
Father, son, Holy Ghost Campground! If you like picnicking, fishing, hiking, or any combination of the...
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Links Tract Campground
Step on up and snag a spot at Links Tract Campground. Then, summon your best George Michael impression...
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Aspen Basin Campground
Jillian: Terrific campsite, right on top of the Santa Fe National Forest. If you follow the road until you can...
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Big Tesuque Campground
Kate: If you're looking for a spot in the Santa Fe National Forest that's easy to get to, you'll like this. ...
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Field Tract Campground
Get lost in the woods… with some modern amenities at Field Tract Campground. Pitch your tent on the...
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Borrego Mesa Campground
If you plan on exploring the Pecos Wilderness, give Borrego Mesa Campground a look. It’s located near...
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Jemez Falls Campground
Amber: We camped here and loved it. We almost always camp on Sun-Mon-Tues and usually the campgrounds are pr...
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Johnson Mesa Campground
For dispersed camping in the Santa Fe National Forest, check out the Johnson Mesa Campground. With...
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El Porvenir Campground
Calling all tree-lovers! El Porvenir Campground is gorgeously nestled in a mixed conifer forest....
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San Antonio Campground
Gabriel: The hot springs are a must when your visiting San Antonio
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Redondo Campground
Kate: This poor campground has an air of neglect. You're either going to love or hate this place. It's lar...
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Paliza Family Campground
Recently renovated, ponderosa pines galore. . . what’s not to love about Paliza Family Campground?...
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Coyote Canyon Camping Area
See if you can spot the Roadrunner running around Coyote Canyon Camping Area on your next trip to the...
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Vista Linda Campground
Abby: Great spot, offers picnic tables with a roof over them. Beautiful views of the red rock canyons, you'r...
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Rio Puerco Campground
Make a great escape to the New Mexican Forest at Rio Puerco Campground. This small camp has a limited...
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Resumidero Camping Area
Like that delicious red or green chile, Resumidero Camping Area is a New Mexican favorite. It’s...
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Rio Chama Campground
Michaela: Let' s GO !
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Chameleon, Rustic Cabin
Maddy: We had a much-needed relaxing time at this charming, rustic cabin. The deck + fireplace right on the P...
Direct book$75/night
Yurt Glamping, stargazing

Yurt Glamping, stargazing

100% Recommend – 17 Responses
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for a couple: queen...
Request book$75/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
Charming Vintage Trailer
Sam: Only problem with our visit at Hotel Luna Mystica was that we couldn’t stay an extra night! Tiny littl...
Direct book$55/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
New Mexico Sunset Tiny House
Yolanda: Tiny House Cabin on 30 acres in the beautiful Cerrillos, New Mexico hills. 500 sqft, all solar powered...
Request book$125/night
Shelly: My place is off-grid and rustic! Only 5 miles from Madrid, NM. It is close to art and culture, great...
Request book$40/night
Dusk till Dawn
Shelly: From Quentin Tarantino's "Dusk till Dawn" series which followed the movie. . . . here now at Shanti...
Request book$55/night
Tiny House, Big River
Tyler: Tiny house and tipi on the river. Just off the highway 15 minutes from Taos
Request book$110/night
Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
John: I think my great experience first starts with Patrick, your host. Aside from being very accommodating ...
Request book$95/night
1953 Camper with Outside Deck
Patrick: Meet our classic 1953 Vagabond, Judd. He abides to showing everyone a good time. Vagabonds are a...
Request book$95/night
Santa Barbara Campground
Mia: Beautiful campground. We practically had it to ourselves. We visited in late September 2016 just befor...
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The Shanti Yurt
Sarah: The Shanti Community was amazing! I stayed in the yurt on the property, though there are also a handfu...
Request book$55/night
Golden Dawn
Erin + Caroline
Erin + Caroline: This site was easily one of the coolest, if not THE coolest hipcamp site we've been to. Shanti communi...
Request book$45/night
Tortilla Bus
Shelly: My place is off-grid and rustic. Its on a mesa at 6800 feet. It close to art and culture, has magical...
Request book$45/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
Taos Style Vintage Airstream
Patrick: Meet Ralphie, a 26’ Airstream Overlander that’s spent his life exploring the canyons, shredding the...
Direct book$80/night
Riverside Refuge
Aurolyn: Couple acres of undeveloped farmland on the banks of the Rio Grande, 3 miles from the charming little...
Direct book$20/night
Lavish Vintage Trailer
Patrick: We call him Capitan. No, he's not your average sailer. Capitan has come from the crests of the...
Direct book$115/night
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 Trampa...
Request book$55/night