10 Best Camping Spots In New Mexico 

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Carlsbad Cavern National Park - Camping in the park is only allowed in the backcountry, so there are no established campsites.

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Bottomless Lakes State Park - If there's some alien-hunting to be done in Roswell, less than 15 miles away, can be a great place to set up camp.

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White Sands National Park - sand everywhere you look; You can literally spend all your time with or without shoes.

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Rockhound State Park - Camping in the park is a really great experience for families. It was the first park in the United States to allow the collection of rocks for personal use.

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McChrystal Campground - McChrystal Campground in the Valle Vidal portion of the Carson National Forest.

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Gallo Campground Checo Canyon - Gallo Campground is found in the Checo Culture National Historical Park. The campground is at Gallow Wash.

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City of Rocks State Park - While a fairly small park at only one square mile, this park packs a big punch in the geology department.

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Heron Lake State Park - Heron Lake State Park is a perfect choice. This is a very diverse park where everyone will find something to their liking.

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Jemez Falls Campground - Jemez Falls Campground is located in the Santa Fe National Forest.

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Navajo Lake State Park - With the second largest lake in the state spanning 15,600 acres, Navajo Lake State Park offers plenty of recreation.

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