|A nice campground in amongst Aspen and Fir. Most of the campsites here are across the stream from the road, reducing the road noise somewhat.|
|Campground data||Waypoints||Maps||Getting to the campground||About the campground||Plants around the campground||Comments|
When we visited it:
|Cleanliness:||7.||5. Large trash (beer bottles, etc) are common, with 1-5 per campsite.|
|Map name||Cartographer||Year||Scale||Topo map?||Online access||Notes|
|Carson National Forest||US Forest Service||2002||1:126720||N||from Amazon (purchase)||Camino Real and Questa ranger districts and Valle Vidal Unit side of the map|
|Taos||BLM||1994||1:100000||Y||from Amazon (purchase)|
|Wildernesses of New Mexico||US Forest Service||1981||1:1000000||N||No online copies.||Base map with national forests, wilderness areas and highways.|
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Getting to the campground:
From Taos, take US 64 towards Angel Fire. After 10-15 miles, the campground will be on the south side of the highway.
About the campground:
This campground has tall trees (Aspen, Fir, Cottonwoods), chokecherries (with berries 8/11/00), clematis, thimbleberry, and lots of wild roses. The tall trees provide lots of shade to many of the campsites.
The road is not far away, so road noise may be a problem.
Site 11, at the end of the campground appears to be the nicest. Site 8 is also nice. The photo here is of campsite 4.
Plants we saw around the campground:
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