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Stayed here one night just to pull in and sleep. A very chiaotic design to spaces. Difficult to figure out which direction to go. Very wet and muddy. Lots of full timers with barking dogs. Will never stay here again.
I am not a hiker, but enjoyed driving around and taking in the beautiful views. The welcome center has a nice Native American museum ($2 donation suggested) that has many displays of Native American Art--- definitely worth stopping in for to learn more about the...More
We saw signs for this place and thought we would take a look, and boy were we glad we did!
There was a Rodeo taking place which was great to watch and free!!
Great people as well, who were more than happy to chat to...More
We did a National Parks road trip last year and stayed here just a single night on our way to the Grand Canyon from Tennessee. If I had known what a great area this was we would have planned a couple of days. We arrived...More
This is a lovely roughly three mile hike with the trailhead within the park grounds. No charge to enter. Entering the park pass the campground turn, then follow sign to turn to the right to the hiking trailhead, passing all the corrals. The shorter hike...More
Me n hubby decided to go for a drive and ended up at Red Rock Park, had about 30 minutes before the sun set but it was a beautiful cool evening - love the mountains - different colors and shapes - this is nice place...More
The campground is flanked by massive majestic red cliffs. Campground roads were mostly covered by drifted sand. With the exception of the trains that run all night it is a peaceful campground and a great stop on the road.
A nice hike that’s within the Red Rock Park near Gallup, NM.
The trailhead isn’t that easy to find however you can see the Church Rock formation from the parking lot, so just head that way and the trail will reveal itself.
My husband and I are not hikers but fell in love with Red Rock Park. We thought it might be like Sedona but we were so wrong. Worth your quick drive off the main highway. It was absolutely beautiful and marveled at all the different...More
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I can't recommend this campground. You MUST call ahead for reservations (505 722-3839 - if the phone is answered), and an employee will meet you to provide a key for bathrooms - if the employee shows up. Lots of deferred... More
I can't recommend this campground. You MUST call ahead for reservations (505 722-3839 - if the phone is answered), and an employee will meet you to provide a key for bathrooms - if the employee shows up. Lots of deferred maintenance. All-night noise from nearby freight rail line. Fee was $20 / night.