Resumidero Campground, Coyote, NM

Coyote Ranger District

Santa Fe National Forest

Free Camping Near Coyote, NM

This is a designated dispersed camping area offered for free by Santa Fe National Forest. It's a large alpine meadow with a grassy area large enough for dozens of full-sized RVs. Camping is permitted off of roads as long you remain within 150 feet from the side of a road.


Coyote Ranger District

Santa Fe National Forest

District Office

Tel: (575) 638-5526


GPS: 36.1144, -106.7469

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: 14 days in a 45-day period

Amenities: Vault toilets, picnic tables, fire rings

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Camping at Resumidero Campground

Resumidero Campground, located in the Santa Fe National Forest is situated at an elevation of 8,200 feet, providing a cool escape from the summer heat. The area is known for its large, lush meadow and views of the San Pedro Parks Wilderness. Hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing are popular attractions here. The campground features 12 sites equipped with picnic tables and fire rings.

Access to the campground is via Forest Road 103, a gravel road that may require a high-clearance vehicle, especially after heavy rains. The remote location of Resumidero contributes to its tranquility, but visitors should come prepared for limited cell service. The nearest gas station is at Bud’s Oil in Regina, about 25 miles away.

Resumidero Campground is a gateway to San Pedro Parks Wilderness and nearby trails such as the Clear Creek Trail, which winds through dense forests and open meadows. The area is popular for its seasonal wildflowers and is a haven for birdwatchers and nature photographers.

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