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Best Tent Camping: New Mexico is a must-read for campers and adventurers desiring an excursion into the Southwest. New Mexico offers a charm and beauty that is rare. From open Southwestern landscapes with blue mountains visible on the distant horizon to the meadows and streams and pines of Sugarite Canyon State Park in northern New Mexico, and on to White Sands, it is a truly an enchanting journey. This state is full of history, offering ruins and forts from the Spanish-American War, Native American pueblos, archaeology, and cliff dwellings.
Camping in New Mexico offers extensive options. Best Tent Camping: New Mexico is an indispensable guide, and the best campgrounds in and around these remarkable areas are described in great detail.
In Best Tent Camping: New Mexico, local author Monte Parr details the locations where travelers can best experience New Mexico’s incredible beauty. Amenities, price, elevation, restrictions, directions, and GPS coordinates are listed for each campground, and all locations are rated for beauty, privacy, cleanliness, and quiet.
Monte Parr has been an avid outdoorsman since childhood. He has camped all of his life and spent hundreds of nights under the stars. Parr loves nature and feels the most comfortable in the wilderness. He has a passion for the wild lands and will never run out of places in New Mexico to visit. Parr loves hiking and photography, and enjoys writing articles. He is an avid reader, with keen interests in the history of the Old West and Native American History. Since moving to New Mexico in 1988, Monte logged over 800 nights under the stars.
Table of Contents
Northern New Mexico Campgrounds 1. Canjilon Lakes Campgrounds 2. Chaco Canyon Campground 3. Hopewell Lake Campground 4. Columbine Campground 5. Elephant Rock Campground 6. Fawn Lakes Campground 7. Junebug Campground 8. Coyote Creek State Park Campground 9. Morphy Lake State Park Campground 10. Sugarite State Park Campgrounds 11. Valle Vidal Campgrounds 12. Río Grande del Norte National Monument Campgrounds 13. San Antonio Campground 14. Redondo Campground 15. Jemez Falls Campground 16. Bandelier National Monument 17. Fenton Lake State Park Campground 18. Clear Creek Campground 19. Rio de Las Vacas Campground 20. Black Canyon Campground 21. Field Tract Campground 22. Iron Gate Campground 23. Jacks Creek Campground 24. Villanueva State Park 25. Cochiti Lake Campgrounds
Southeastern New Mexico Campgrounds 26. Manzano Mountains State Park 27. Red Canyon Campground 28. Fourth of July Campground 29. Tajique Campground 30. Caballo Lake State Park 31. Percha Dam State Park 32. Aguirre Springs Campground 33. Valley of Fires Recreational Area 34. Oak Grove Campground 35. Silver Lake Campground 36. Pines Campground 37 Deerhead Campground 38. Sleepy Grass Campground 39. Sumner Lake State Park
Southwestern New Mexico Campgrounds 40. El Morro National Monument 41. Joe Skeen BLM National Conservation Area 42. Pancho Villa State Park 43. Water Canyon 44. Datil Well 45. Quemado Pinon Campground 46. Quemado Juniper Campground 47. Quemado El Caso Throwdown 48. Dipping Vat Campground at Snow Lake 49. City Of Rocks State Park 50. Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument