1/4 mile from Dona Ana Trailhead. Mountain bike easy, intermediate or difficult single track bike trails. Restroom/ potable water available at camp .
Cool evening sunsets. Fire pit on site with firewood Charcoal grill on site (bring your own Charcoal) Convenience stores gas stations, dollar general 10 minutes away
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Legends camp in New Mexico.
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This is a great campsite. We booked late on a Saturday evening and Jose was kind enough to give us some food suggestions near by. We played soccer in the grass until the kids went to bed and enjoyed the fire pit. We filled up our fresh water tank and used the shower. As we departed and afterward via phone call Jose and his business partner helped us find our way to a great hike for us and the kids at a slot canyon near by. Friendly clean spot. Thanks!
Awsome venue/campsite. highly recom
Beautiful campground with pristine southwest landscape and awsome view of yhe Doña Ana Mountains. The restroom was clean and there are water spickets throughout the property. There was a nice fireplace and plenty of firewood for the night. We will definitely plan another event here
The place was easy to find. It's also near by the White Sands National Park where we were heading. The sites are spread apart. They have a basic shower and a toilet. We also took advantage of a little cooking station to prep morning coffee. The sunrise was worthy to wake up for. Nice stay.
Stopped by this awesome camp site last minute after a long drive from OKC. Jose was very accommodating and set us up with a campfire on his best site to help us find our way through the darkness as we arrived after sundown. The layout is very cool and my girlfriend and I loved the use of tree logs for everything from seats and tables to signs and panels for his bathroom (which includes a shower.). We highly recommend.
Beautiful place and reasonably priced! This campground is close to town, but is also in the desert wilderness. There's a huge amount of space for only two campsites, including a large grassy area. We were the only ones there and it felt extremely private and secure.
Water from spigots was potable and tasted okay. There's one fire ring at the campground, and Jose already had lots of firewood, a charcoal grill and utensils, charcoal, and some lighters for our use. Flushing toilet and shower work okay. The driveway is well-lit at night and is safe for smaller cars to drive on.
It's about a 30 minute drive from the campground to the Dripping Springs trailheads in Organ Mountains National Monument. There's also a steep hill nearby and a dirt road behind the property where people drive ATVs, but we didn't get to explore those.