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We stayed 2 nights in July 2020 at Vista Linda during our stay at Santa Fe National Forest. The red rock canyon views were amazing! It's a pretty small area with not much privacy, and in our case not much shade either. Our site was near the restrooms and was visible to people coming and going. There are a few options further back that allow for more privacy, and shade, but we prefered to be close to the restroom. There is also a stream a stone's throw away that is good for hanging out in the water or just sitting on the edge and dipping in your feet. There was a campsite attendant, a friendly older woman, that came by daily to take our trash and give us a new bag. Beware there is no signal and the site was very dusty. Overall a good site.
Great spot, offers picnic tables with a roof over them. Beautiful views of the red rock canyons, you're right there with them! Very private campsites, you're in your own little bubble of trees. It's in the Jemez mountains so you're close to the Gilman Tunnels, Fenton Lake, and a historical landmark where you can walk through some ruins. Very neat spot! We came here when we weren't able to get a camp site at Fenton Lake and from what the woman at the bath houses told me, there are always open spots here because not many people know about that campground.