Pueblo Park Campground, Reserve, NM

Glenwood Ranger District

Gila National Forest

Free Camping Near Reserve, NM

This is a free, developed campground offered by Gila National Forest. There are as many as 10 campsites with fire rings, but with the possibility of more dispersed camping areas nearby. This is a more remote campground that sees less campers than Apache Creek Campground to the north.

Authority

Glenwood Ranger District

Gila National Forest

District Office

Tel: (575) 539-2481

Particulars

GPS: 33.5930, -108.9614

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in a 45-day period

Amenities: Fire rings, vault toilet, picnic tables

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Camping at Pueblo Park Campground

Pueblo Park Campground is located in a large, cool stand of old growth Ponderosa pines adjacent to the northern edge of the Blue Range Wilderness boundary with Dangerous Park Trail #515 on the northern end of the campground, and the WS Mountain Trail #43 immediately south of the campground entrance.

The road in starts at US-180, about 11.6 miles south of Reserve, at the intersection with Pueblo Park Road (also known as Pueblo Creek Road, Forest Road 4042D, and County Road 013). Head west from this intersection for 6.1 miles, and you should see the sign for the campground.

The road conditions along Pueblo Park Road are curvy, but along firm packed gravel and dirt. Full-sized 40+ foot trailers can make these curves provided the driver has some experience. There is no turn-around until you get to the campground.

Once you get to the campground, the road continues over a creek bed, and becomes more rocky, bumpy, and the curves more tight.

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