Sites at Coal Mine Campground are located on gently sloped ground amongst pinon, juniper, gambel oak, and mature ponderosa pine trees. A loop road gives you access to sites and a quarter mile nature trail that is accessible by a historic bridge built by the Job Corps. Drive past the campground on State Highway 547 to get a glimpse of 11,301-foot Mount Taylor. This is the highest point in northwest New Mexico and is sacred to Native Americans.
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, RVs
Up to 10 guests per site
Park at listing
No ADA access
Picnic table available
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