Turquoise Trail Campground And RV Park

Address: 22 Calvary Rd., Cedar Crest, New Mexico, 87008, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 22 Calvary Rd., Cedar Crest, is near Tinkertown Museum, The Tijeras Open-Air Arts Market, Museum of Archaeology and Material Culture, and Agua Sarca Canyon.
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      Travel Blogs from Cedar Crest

      Life is Delicate

      A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 28, 2013

      14 photos

      ... with many water bottles. The sign at the start of the trail warned us about the dangers of heat exhaustion and dehydration, but we felt prepared for the 3-mile round trip hike. At the start of the hike, we walked over a bridge that crossed a small shallow stream. The view here was really pretty,with tall grasses growing on the banks and in the stream. We saw a couple dragonflies hovering over the water as we walked by. The trail then led past ...

      Be prepared

      A travel blog entry by twomonthstops on Apr 15, 2013

      Tony's at work, I'm here trying to pack, get food for Amanda, toes and hair did. Plus I got a ton of plants I still have to do. As a lesson for anyone else: don't be a dahlia duchess and travel unless you can afford a gardener. A real one with a foreign last name. Not your 14 year ...

      New Mexico Story

      A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Aug 27, 2012

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... chosen the right place to go. As the sun rose in the flat vast desert we came upon the sandia (watermelon) mountains, that border the city. A beautiful sight and a spot that i knew would have some amazing hiking in it.

      But though i was itching to get off the bus and start a new life i was also scared shitless and hoping the ride would never end. What was i going to do when i put my pack on and got off this bus? Where would i go? I had $300 dollars to my name and ...

      The Sandia Tram - 2nd Longest Tram in the World

      A travel blog entry by momadunc on Mar 23, 2012

      23 photos

      ... lessen enough for them to launch their parasails. We spotted one of the group soaring later but the others must have decided that the conditions were not to their liking.

      Back down the tram, we had a great Mexican meal on the veranda of the restaurant. It seems to be a favorite Friday night meeting place as it was packed when we left. It was certainly a great place to watch the sun set in the ...

      Five States in Two Days!

      A travel blog entry by ggmoffatt on Oct 15, 2011

      18 photos

      ... on the interstate for the next day or so until we get into Arizona. Hopefully Gord will feel better by then. There’s a Camping World store we may just have to stop at a few miles up the road. Gord’s “aka quilt shop”!! God forbid they hand him a basket to fill when he walks in the door. I haven’t even been to one quilt shop in the states yet. Soon!!.