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You can’t even get fully parked without the camp hosts harassing you for your reservation number. They should be more considerate of people most coming in from a long drive. They did this a couple of weeks ago to us and again this trip. I...More
This state park is beautiful! We'd wanted maps, but for some reason the Visitor Center was closed (and we were there during regular business hours, according to the sign), so we drove around the perimeter. All along the way, there are campgrounds and hiking turnoffs....More
We had a wonderful camp out with my daughter's family (think 3 young grandchildren). HIGHS: 1. New Mexico State Park rules allow two vehicles at a campsite (depending on the size of the campsite). Consequently, we were allowed to park our small camping trailer AND...More
This little park has some wonderful trails and the trail in the section of the park where we stayed offered a great place to watch the sunset and the dark skies made for some awesome star-gazing. Situated about 10 miles from Chama, NM., this park...More
A nice park with wide and well marked trails to hike. For the most part, the main trails are nearly as wide a small car. Motorized vehicles are not allowed obviously, so somehow the trails are maintained with some type equipment to keep them that...More
Forget camping on the lake shore! East side (main camp by pavilion) was over 75' above and 1/2 mi. (est.) down to the waters edge. South camp ground was so far away from the lake, that you could not tell there was a lake.
Stopped here the second week of October and had the whole place to ourselves. We were the only ones in the Ponderosa Campground. All of the sites had a nice view of the lake and mountains. These were what they called developed sites with no...More
Heron Lake State Park consists of many camping loops. We RV camped at Heron Lake State Park and we stayed in the Willow Creek Campground one of the only campgrounds with RV hookups. Full hookups including sewer are $18 a night. We had to also...More