Camping New Mexico

A Comprehensive Guide to Public Tent and RV Campgrounds

Book Description

Let your trip to the Land of Enchantment begin with Camping New Mexico. Fully updated and revised with more than 150 public campgrounds, Camping New Mexico is an ideal companion for tourists and locals alike. Maps and quick reference tables are keyed to each area to help you pick a site that will meet all of your needs. You will also find many fun and exciting things to do in the surrounding areas of each campground. Whether you’re planning to explore Carlsbad Caverns, test your rock climbing skills at City of Rocks State Park, or hike in the Manzano Mountains, Camping New Mexico can help you find the perfect spot to pitch your tent or park your RV.

Look inside for:

  • Campground locations
  • Detailed maps
  • GPS coordinates for each campground
  • Driving directions
  • Facilities and hookups
  • Dates of operation
    Fees and reservations
  • Recreational activities
  • What equipment and clothing to bring
  • Tips on wildlife and safety

About Crow, Melinda

Melinda Crow is an avid outdoorswoman and the author of FalconGuides' Rockhounding Texas, The Rockhound's Guide to New Mexico, and Camping Colorado.

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