Field Tract Campground

Pecos, New Mexico

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If you want a little slice of heaven, Field Tract Campground is a great choice. Located off NM 63, just a scant 10 miles north of the historic little town of Pecos, this camp is easy to access. Field Tract is the first developed campground you will come to after entering the Pecos River Wilderness. The Pecos River runs past this campground at a thundering pace, cascading over boulders and filling the entire campground with its lovely music. Despite its location along NM 63, Field Tract is peaceful, and the river drowns out the road noise nicely at most campsites.

Field Tract Campground Professional Review and Guide

"If you want a little slice of heaven, Field Tract Campground is a great choice. Located off NM 63, just a scant 10 miles north of the historic little town of Pecos, this camp is easy to access.

Field Tract is the first developed campground you will come to after entering the Pecos River Wilderness. The Pecos River runs past this campground at a thundering pace, cascading over boulders and filling the entire campground with its lovely music. Despite its location along NM 63, Field Tract is peaceful, and the river drowns out the road noise nicely at most campsites."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Pecos
Campsites: 14
Season: Best: Mid-May–mid-Sept
Local Contacts: Pets: On 6-foot leash; take precautionary measures against predators  Fires: In fire rings only; charcoal grills permitted; check with campground host, Forest Service office, and postings on the camp bulletin board for restrictions.  Alcohol: At campsites only  Other: Quiet hours 10 p.m..8 a.m.; 14-day stay limit
Facilities: 2 vault toilets; 1 flush toilet
Driving Directions: Directions to Field Tract Campground

Recent Trail Reviews

6/11/2017
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Great campground on the Pecos. Try to get campsite 10. Otherwise, #5 is a very good one as the water spigot is directly across the drive. #10 has a trail to the best fishing spots, but anyone in the camp can use the trail. Very clean restrooms. No showers though, as is the norm along the Pecos. #5 has direct access to the river, but the trail is a little steep. We caught over 30 Rainbows in two hours. Scott



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May 2018