Cedar Rail RV Park & Campground

Address: Raton Pass, Raton, New Mexico, 87740, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Raton Pass, Raton, is near Sugarite Canyon State Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCedar Rail RV Park & Campground Raton

    Reviewed by the_heasley

    Now called Raton Pass Camp

    Reviewed Jul 28, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Flint, Texas , United States Flag of United States

    Great views and cool to stay on top of the pass.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cedar Rail RV Park & Campground Raton

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Raton

    The four states day - Tex, NM, Okla and CO.

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... out. Yep - all over town. And it was raining too. We went for a walk over to the shopping centre next door - and they were all closed! What wimps. We bought a pizza that was in the oven when the power went off, and went back to the motel....... the power is obviously now back on.

    So - we started in Texas, then into New Mexico again, a quick side trip to Oklahoma, back into New Mexico, and then north into Colorado. What will tomorrow bring?
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    A quick stop in New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on May 19, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    Friday morning we went to Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The fort itself is still active, and we had to pass through security. We drove through the grounds looking for the historic areas and the museum, along the way we saw displays of guns, rockets and missiles. However, we arrived just as the museum was closing, so we decided to come back the next day. We proceeded to the campground that we had chosen, but 'Buffalo Bob' did not ...

    Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 21, 2013






    I headed for the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument Visitor Center in Pilar, NM today. Rio Grande del Norte is one of the newest national monuments, having just been created in March 2013. Most national monuments are managed by the National Park Service but this is one of the 19 managed either entirely or partially by the Bureau of Land Management.

    The Visitor ...

    "You Mustn't Go Down to the End of Town...."

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 02, 2012

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... fort was originally built by a large group of Indian craftsmen imported from Pueblo, about 70 miles to the west, so that the adobe would be done right.

    Most of the story, of course, is about trading. The most desired goods were Buffalo hides, but they also traded for many other kinds of furs: fox, bobcat, mink, bobcat, deer, beaver, and ermine, for instance. Some discussion ensured about the "fairness" of the way the ...

    The Gnats Were Gnasty, but....

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 01, 2012

    16 photos

    ... inside and outside of my glasses. So long as we were moving, they weren't too bad, but every time we stopped to read a sign or take pictures or drink some water and breathe, they swarmed in. Yuck. Fortunately, most of the upslope and downslope are exposed and so windier; the worst of the gnats was up at the summit.

    To make the gnats worthwhile, the views were spectacular, as you can see from the photos. The ranger told me that on ...