Best Campgrounds in New Mexico

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in New Mexico. Use this list to plan your next New Mexico campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Ask any Texan who camps in New Mexico and they will be happy to tell you all about Tres ...
To say that Albuquerque has it all is an understatement. It is the population center of ...
Silver City is aptly named. When you discover it, you feel like you’ve found the state’s ...
If you don’t know the Jemez Springs area, it’s no surprise, because not a lot of people ...
The mountains north of the town of Pecos have always been a popular destination, but ever-increasing ...
Red River and the surrounding area have good food, nightlife, family entertainment, Kodak ...
The most striking thing about the area surrounding Chama is its diversity. As you travel ...
The diversity found here is best exhibited by the contrast between the tiny hamlet of ...
Art, fashion, food, whitewater rafting, and jagged mountain peaks—if you’re going to New ...
With the exception of Carlsbad, these communities have little to attract visitors. Those ...
For many New Mexico visitors this area is practically a second home. The fishing at Eagle ...
Truth or Consequences bills itself as a Southwestern recreation paradise. While that may ...
If you’re considering a camping vacation to this area, you’ve chosen the heart of New ...
A 30-minute drive can take you from harsh desert to cool, pine-covered mountains. Of course, ...
Billed as the gateway between the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, Las Vegas is an ...
These two cities are connected by a long stretch of lonely road and not much else. Roswell ...
If your fondest desire is to be alone, this stretch of desert dotted with green mountains ...
Curled beneath the colorful mesa known as Tucumcari Mountain, this New Mexico gateway ...
Santa Rosa specializes in two things: respite for the weary traveler and cool, clear waters ...
The town of Cuba is the gateway to much of New Mexico’s Indian culture to the west and ...
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