1 Park near Villanueva, New Mexico
Oct 2015 - $14.00
This is a gem of a state park. It is well off the beaten path, down in a valley surrounded by limestone cliffs and adjoins the Pecos river.
The sites are generously sized and easy to access. The dump station was neat and well organized.
The road fro I25 down to the park is a bit of a challenge but our 31' TT did just fine. - n2916s
Apr 2015 - $14.00
Almost a hidden gem, this campsite. Friendly & helpful ranger. Quiet and spacious campsite with marvellous views along the Pecos River. We did enjoy a few small hikes (not too difficult) and certainly the dolce far niente atmosphere here.
Travelling through we camped here for two nights. - Eisenga
Jun 2011 - $14.00
We really enjoyed this park. The park is a little bit of a trek to get to, and you drive through the little town/village of Villanueva which looks like a little town plucked out of Central America with run down houses and shanties. Once in the park: it's a beautiful little park, with the Pecos River running through it. The kids loved playing in the river, we also hiked to the top of the canyon which had great views. Kids road bikes through the park and meet several other kids who were staying in park. The other campers were nice and helpful. They clean the restrooms twice a day, and the showers had good hot water. Forget trying to get OTA TV service or cell service, as the park is located in the bottom of a canyon. We would stay here again. Yes, it does not have a ton of amenities, but its a State park and for $14 there is not much one can complain about. - TXDego