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  Most of New Mexico's parks, national monuments and forests have campsites ranging from primitive to developed sites with running water and restrooms. Some also have RV hookups, occasionally even with cable television. Public campsites are usually open from May through October on a first-come, first-served basis and cost just a few dollars. You don't need a permit to camp in national forest wilderness areas, but you do in national parks and monuments. They're available for free from the visitors centers so make sure you stop in to register. Check with the National Park Service, P.O. Box 728, for additional information about permits.                          

Chimayo Campground
Highway 76, Chimayo
(505) 351-4566

Rancheros de Santa Fe Camping Park
I-25 at Exit 290
(505) 466-3482

Santa Fe National Forest
Phone: (505) 438 - 7840
Fax: (505) 438 - 7834

Santa Fe KOA
934 Old Las Vegas Highway, I-25 north of Santa Fe
(505) 466-1419

Santa Fe Skies RV Park
14 Browncastle Ranch, I-25 Exit at NM 599 to Highway 14, east on Vista del Monte
(505) 473-5946

The Trailer Ranch
3471 Cerrillos Road
(505) 471-9970


Santa Fe to Chimayo 29 miles
Santa Fe to Espanola 27 miles

The most appealing campgrounds nearby are in the Santa Fe National Forest, 
starting seven miles up Hwy-475, northeast of town (summer only; 505/988-6940).

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