2 Parks near Abiquiu, New Mexico
Mar 2016 - $5.00
This is a beautiful small campground with only 9 sites. We had no problem camping with our 30ft Class A Motorhome. A number of sights are pull thrus and are fairly level. A great National Forest campground in a beautiful location (only 3 miles from Ghost Ranch). One negative was that the bathrooms needed to be cleaned. Had flush toilets, no showers.
Lot spacing was spacious with some shade. Site surface was dirt and featured a picnic table. - Blowin-the-Wind
May 2013 - $8.00
Beautiful view of Abiquiu Lake from the campground. To launch a boat on the lake, you have to go outside the campground to the boat ramp. The playground is one big sandpile and they have had two tractors plowing and grooming it all morning! - JimfromAR
Nov 2009 - $10.00
This is a no reservations campground 17 miles north of Abuiqui (10 miles north of Ghost Ranch) on US 84. It is an "iron ranger" set up. We camped here off season , so restrooms and water pumps were turned off. (No sign was posted to this effect, however.) Campground was monitored by a US Forest Service employee, who came round to empty the iron ranger in the morning. Very pretty, unusual setting and nice walk up to the amphitheater itself, which really does echo. After about 7PM, traffic noise from US 84 died down and it was very quiet at night. Beware very unlevel sites, though. Nearby Abuiqui Dam is a much nicer, developed campground, but this is nice in its own way. We heard from locals that dispersed camping in the Carson National Forest (just south on US 84, turn right at the monastery sign) is very nice, too. - JCLC
Apr 2016 - $8.00
Secure. Safe. This campground is a model for all other government campgrounds. Clean and well maintained restrooms & showers. Staff is friendly and informed about the area. Great boating & fishing in summer. Swimming opportunities limited. - Pepe La Maison
Oct 2015 - $7.00
We stayed here for a few days waiting for the Walmart pharmacy in Espanola to order my husband's specialty medication. If you aren't careful you will miss it. The entrance is up on top of mountain.
The campground sits on a hillside and others down on a rocky mesa. Not a bad view in the park. Plenty of room between you and your neighbor. Covered picnic table. Has the largest playground I've seen in a government park for those of you with kids!
The bathrooms may be the only drawback. I didn't use them so can't evaluate them. - LittleMo
May 2015 - $8.00
We enjoyed our stay here very much in spite of cold, wet weather. We reserved campsite 9 as it's a pull-through site. Actually it's more like a wide spot on the road with room for 2 RVs and tow vehicles. This was only our second time out in the new trailer, so we don't have all the bells and whistles worked out yet. We were concerned at first because the electrical box was on the wrong side, and our cord would not reach. We will certainly have an extension cord for the next trip, but the camp host kindly loaned us one. In spite of crummy weather all the electric sites were full most of the time we were there, however the non-electric loop was virtually empty. We had planned to kayak and fish, but the weather didn't permit. Instead we enjoyed the terrific birding and wildflowers while exploring the surrounding area. The dump station was full, and closed, when we arrived but open by the time we left. The campground hosts were super-friendly and helpful. I'm sure we will visit again when the weather warms up. - Bernalillo_Girl