Oak Point Dispersed Camping Area, Abiquiu, NM

Coyote Ranger District

Santa Fe National Forest

Free Camping Near Abiquiu, NM

This is a free, designated dispersed camping area offered by Santa Fe National Forest. It's located along Forest Road 151, about 26.7 miles northwest of Abiquiu, NM, which is where the nearest fuel and supplies are. This camping area is popular with those seeking water activities along the Chama River.

Authority

Coyote Ranger District

Santa Fe National Forest

District Office

Tel: (575) 638-5526

Particulars

GPS: 36.3520, -106.6643

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in a 45-day period

Amenities: None

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Camping at Oak Point Dispersed Camping Area

Forest Road 151 is firm-packed dirt suitable for any vehicle, including motorhomes and trucks pulling trailers. However, Oak Point Dispersed Camping Area is small and not really set up for large rigs. Even small Class A RVs will have a tough time getting turned around if all sites are taken. Otherwise, these campsites are suitable for cars, vans, pickup truck campers, or small trailers.

There are no amenities here. It’s just a boondocking area officially designated by the Forest Service. There are four to five previously-used sites here located along the riverbank, including an additional site that turns back away from the bank. These sites are close together, and wouldn’t offer any privacy if full.

Otherwise, this is great option if Rio Chama Campground, the Forest Service’s primary, free, developed campground just another 3/4 mile up the road, is full.

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Download Related Documents

Forest Order 10-494, Occupancy Rules - Santa Fe National Forest, 2021

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