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    Northern New Mexico favorite campgrounds?

    Our first outing went well, looking to go from Wichita to northern New Mexico next....any suggestions for a nice camp with (at least) water/electric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rgpracer View Post
    Our first outing went well, looking to go from Wichita to northern New Mexico next....any suggestions for a nice camp with (at least) water/electric.

    Thanks all.
    There are a few. I'm assuming you want to be near Navajo Dam? https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/273822

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    The 4K River Ranch in Red River, NM was nice when we went in the summer. No space is very far from the little creek that runs through there, with some spaces right on the river. There’s also a fishing pond there. They seemed friendly and organized. The laundry room was clean, didn’t use their shower facilities. The town of Red River is just a couple miles down the road. We would definitely stay there again.
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    We stayed at Riana COE park outside of Abiquiu, NM in 2019. Great place, quiet and scenic. They have both boondocking sites and sites with water and electricity.
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    New Mexico has a good state park system. Many parks have camping with power, water and dump station as well as some dry camping.

    http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/FindaPark.html
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    You all are great, thanks a lot.
    We have riden all of that area on the Goldwing we used to ride, B & B'd in Taos, really enjoy the area, figured now having the 5'r, we will continue enjoy it.
    Thanks again
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    Thanks Always, appreciate it.
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    QUOTE=Always Learning;358817]New Mexico has a good state park system. Many parks have camping with power, water and dump station as well as some dry camping.

    http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/FindaPark.html[/QUOTE]

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    Thanks Johnww, looks awesome.....gonna put a call in. Lots i need to learn. Lots of the COE places say RV/Motorhome and another choice is Trailers.....where does a 5th wheel place??
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    Thanks That 1 Ron, looks very nice.
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    QUOTE=Always Learning;358817]New Mexico has a good state park system. Many parks have camping with power, water and dump station as well as some dry camping.

    http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/FindaPark.html[/QUOTE]

    Quote Originally Posted by That 1 Ron View Post
    The 4K River Ranch in Red River, NM was nice when we went in the summer. No space is very far from the little creek that runs through there, with some spaces right on the river. There’s also a fishing pond there. They seemed friendly and organized. The laundry room was clean, didn’t use their shower facilities. The town of Red River is just a couple miles down the road. We would definitely stay there again.

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    Moonshadow, lol.....never assume anything with me being new, i didn't even know there was a dam.
    I just know that wife and i have B & B'd in Taos while traveling on our Goldwing a few years ago before venturing up into CO, and thought that a new adventure in the 5'r would be awesome also.
    Thanks for the info.

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    =Always Learning;358817]New Mexico has a good state park system. Many parks have camping with power, water and dump station as well as some dry camping.

    http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/FindaPark.html[/QUOTE]

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonShadow_1911 View Post
    There are a few. I'm assuming you want to be near Navajo Dam? https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/273822

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