Santa Fe National Forest Campgrounds

Address: 1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, is near Camel Rock Casino, Santa Fe National Forest, Winsor Trail, and Pecos Wilderness Area.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

Lotsa Pueblos and Art in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by jabecker on Sep 13, 2014

3 comments, 39 photos

... 1607 by the Spanish, and in 1610 it was made the provincial capital. For me the most notable thing in Santa Fe is the architecture, which seems to be 95% in the pueblo style. Restaurants, banks, parking garages, shops, and homes all seem to have some element of pueblo style. Those that don't specifically contain pueblo style elements at least have the color. We thought it might be ...

Culture Days

A travel blog entry by bookiemama on Jul 19, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... across the mesa top, walked in the carved out paths made by the ancient Pueblo people, saw the best petroglyphs we have encountered in the Southwest. The beautiful red sand and green sagegrass, the smell of pinon pine in the air, the incredible blue skies with enormous clouds, views that reach 3 mountain ranges: everyone voted this to be one of our best hikes ever. After Tsankawi we were planning to drive up to Rancho de Taos to photograph the ...

Day in Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by lucyluw on Aug 30, 2013

4 photos

... a massage and pedicure for the morning then headed back to the hotel to get ready. I tried to drink an American sized 'double shot espresso' (which was like a pint) I was tired so wanted to help make sure I didn't get tired too early. We went to 'the Catina' and ordered the most horrible cocktail 'Brazilian Daiquiri' we couldn't drink them so ordered a sprite and tried to water the down. We met Kyle from the bunny store for a couple ...

Back to the Caldera with WildEarth Guardians

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on May 18, 2013

48 photos

We signed up for another river restoration/tree planting with WildEarth Guardians. This time it was going to be in the Valles Caldera. We decided to go up the day before like we had done the other time but this time we camped in the Jemez Falls Campground seven miles from the entrance to the Valles Caldera.

We took the scenic route up through Los Alamos, past the guard station with no problem ...

Snow, snow and more snow!

A travel blog entry by nikib on Jan 29, 2013

17 photos

... had a design flaw. There was no way to get to the choir loft from the chapel. Many carpenters were called in for advice but all came up with the same answer; because of the height of the loft, a conventional staircase would take up too much room in the chapel below. Seeking divine guidance, the Sisters made a Novena to their patron saint, Saint Joseph the Carpenter. As legend has it, on the ninth and final day ...

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