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This is one lovely camp spot. I enjoy the tall shady pines pointing to the night sky chock full of stars. I experienced truly good camp hosts who enforced quiet rules and monitored the area with frequent cart tours. They cleaned the vault toilets every day. There are lovely trails throughout for easy to moderate hiking, a few rock mounds to clamber and explore. Be quiet and respectful, leash your dogs and discourage barking. Nature loving people are here. I will always return here.
We camped here and loved it. We almost always camp on Sun-Mon-Tues and usually the campgrounds are pretty deserted! There were a lot of spaces to choose from. Our site had lots of trails behind it-perfect to take the dog for a walk! While we didn't hit the hot springs at the campground, we DID hike up to San Antonio hot springs which was a bit more remote and beautiful. New Mexico is known for raining in the Summer months, so be prepared and take a tarp or something for shelter. Most of the sites in the forest don't have any covered picnic areas. The sites here had plenty of space, along with picnic tables, vault toilets and water faucets near the restrooms. Check out Valle Caldera if you're in the area-stunning!