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Santa Fe National Forest Campgrounds

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30 May 2016
“My first stay at a National Forest Campsite”
6 Jun 2015
“Beautiful Camping”
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Reviewed 30 May 2016

Stayed here one night on a road-trip that took us through New Mexico. Very nice sites, water and bathrooms throughout the campsite, host on the premises, abundant wildlife and sheltering trees. As a bonus, it's just a short drive from the charming city of Santa...More

3  Thank Daddy B
Reviewed 6 June 2015 via mobile

We stayed at Black Canyon Campground about 7 miles out of Santa Fe. The air was crisp, clean and cool. The towering ponderosa pins shaded our site. The vault toilets were clean and plentiful. The camp hosts were helpful. This location allowed us to frequent...More

5  Thank Bill S
Reviewed 17 February 2015 via mobile

I used the Internet to find areas for camping in Santa Fe, NM. The state park came up. When we got to Santa Fe we plugged in the address from the website. That was the address provided when googling the NF. It was the wrong...More

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Number of rooms
44
Location
United States > New Mexico > Santa Fe
Also Known As
Santa Fe National Forest Campgrounds New Mexico
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NBethS
7 July 2017|
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Response from momster48 |
Usually National parks offer water at a pump or faucet but no hookups. Pit toilets or if you're lucky flush toilets. Sometimes showers.
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