Week of September 17
+ Pricing
+ Group size
+ Terrain
Villanueva State Park

This park doesn't have any submitted photos—just yet.

Villanueva

Villanueva State Park, New Mexico

Villanueva State Park is a quaint and peaceful spot, along the Pecos River, for those looking to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind. Wake in spacious campgrounds beneath the Read more...
Villanueva State Park is a quaint and peaceful spot, along the Pecos River, for those looking to leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind. Wake in spacious campgrounds beneath the cottonwood trees before heading out on the trails or saddling up for a horseback ride. Nestled between sandstone bluffs, you’re sure to spot an array of southwestern wildlife and stunning vistas on your trek. Take to the Pecos River for a day of canoeing and fishing and a brew or two. Even if you’re just visiting for the day, Villanueva has picnic shelter (even for large groups) surrounded by the canyon that will guarantee you'll be back for a longer stay!
El Cerro Campground
Nothing beats sleeping beneath the shade of a cottonwood tree. Explore the wildflowers by day and the...
Hmmm we couldn't find any listings within Villanueva State Park that match your search criteria. Try removing filters or zooming the map out and searching again.
Browse camping spots nearby —
1 - 20 of 194 Listings
High Road Farmstead Camp
Andi
Andi: We enjoyed our time at High Road Farmstead Camp. The setting is beautiful! The outhouse is the coolest...
Yurt Glamping, stargazing
Erin
Erin: What a wonderful experience! This yurt is perfectly set up for a weekend/week away for a couple: queen...
Above and Beyond
Kim
Kim: The view goes on forever to the South and East. Mountains nearby to the North and West. Prospectors...
Glamping at High Road Santuario
Megan
Megan: Ahh I absolutely LOVED this place. Its a working farm nestled in a canyon in the little town of...
Chameleon, Rustic Cabin
Maddy
Maddy: We had a much-needed relaxing time at this charming, rustic cabin. The deck + fireplace right on the...
Gallinas River Campground
Don’t be chicken, stay the weekend at Gallinas River campground! Follow the river down to Storrie Lake...
South Area Campground
Stefanie
Stefanie: Storrie Lake is like a mirage on a summer day. We weren't brave enough to swim since the water was a...
Johnson Mesa Campground
For dispersed camping in the Santa Fe National Forest, check out the Johnson Mesa Campground. With...
MoonFlower Casitas- Yurt
Stacy
Stacy: A yurt is a round, domed structure which was originally used by the nomadic Mongolian people as an...
El Porvenir Campground
Calling all tree-lovers! El Porvenir Campground is gorgeously nestled in a mixed conifer forest....
Field Tract Campground
Get lost in the woods… with some modern amenities at Field Tract Campground. Pitch your tent on the...
Santa Barbara Campground
Santa Barbara Campground is a popular drop off and pick-up point for Pecos Wilderness hikers and...
Links Tract Campground
Step on up and snag a spot at Links Tract Campground. Then, summon your best George Michael impression...
Holy Ghost Campground
Father, son, Holy Ghost Campground! If you like picnicking, fishing, hiking, or any combination of the...
Holy Ghost Group Campground
Situated atop the upper portion of a canyon, Holy Ghost Group Campground offers stunning views to...
Rocky Point Campground
One of three campgrounds surrounding Santa Rosa Lake, Rocky Point Campground is for those that like...
Cowles Campground
Get MOO-ving and grab a spot at Cowles Campground in the Santa Fe National Forest. Ideally located...
Black Canyon Campground
Kate
Kate: This is a very nicely renovated forest service campground. The sites are all very level, electric...
Juniper Park Campground
Shaded by its namesake tree, Juniper Park Campground is your pick if you don’t mind ditchin’ the...