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Black Canyon Campground
Location: Eight miles from downtown Santa Fe on NM 475. Take Bishop’s Lodge Road to Artist Road, which will turn into NM 475, also known as Hyde Park Road.
Uses: Camping, trail access
Seasons: April to November
Fees: $10.00 per night
There is a very nice hiking trail that leaves the back of the campground and makes a loop of about a mile, returning to the campground. If not staying in the campground, those using the trail should park outside the main entrance gate and walk in.There are additional recreation opportunities along NM 475, both above and below Black Canyon Campground, including hiking and biking trails, picnic areas, and in the winter both nordic and alpine skiing.
There is no electricity available, and no RV dump-station, but a dump-station is available for a nominal fee right next door at Hyde Memorial State Park, a part of the NM State Park system. This campground was totally remodeled in 2008 and the campsites are only 20 minutes from dowtown Santa Fe. Some units can be reserved through www.recreation.gov.

Big Tesuque Campground
Location: Twelve miles from downtown Santa Fe on NM 475. Take Bishop’s Lodge Road to Artist Road, which will turn into NM 475, also known as Hyde Park Road.
Uses: Camping, hiking, access to winter recreation
Seasons: Year-round
Fees: None
Facilities:
10 units
Picnic tables and grills
Vaulted toilets in parking lot
The elevation is 9,700 feet.
The area is not conducive to trailer or RV camping. Tent sites only.
There is no potable water and no Campground Host
The entire area is very scenic, and NM 475 is also designated as the Santa Fe Scenic Byway. Because of the large stands of aspen, the area is very busy, especially in the fall aspen viewing season.
There are additional recreation opportunities along NM 475, both above and below Big Tesuque Campground, including hiking and biking trails, picnic areas, and in the winter both nordic and alpine skiing.

Hyde Memorial State Park
Hyde Memorial State Park
740 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Land: 350 Acres
Elevation 8500ft
Campsites: 60 total
Beautiful scenery, a quiet natural setting, and easy access make Hyde Memorial State Park a favorite picnic area, campground, respite, and base camp for excursions into the surrounding Santa Fe National Forest. Hyde Memorial Park offers a visistor center, three group Shelters, 50 developed Sites, 7 electric sites, Rv Dump Station, restrooms and More. A great place to camp and hang while visiting Santa fe or perhaps a good foray with the kids.
Getting There
Hyde Memorial State Park is eight miles northeast of Santa Fe Plaza via Hyde Park Road, as shown on this map of the area.
Season: May 15 2010 - Sep 15 2010
Daily Fee: $10
Gate Hours--8 a.m. - 11p.m.
(505) 983-7175
Website:New Mexico State Parks
Email: nmparks@state.nm.us

Hyde Memorial State Park
740 Hyde Park Road
Santa Fe, NM 87501
1-888-NMPARKS (1-888-667-2757)
New Mexico State Parks

Santa Fe National Forest
1474 Rodeo Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone:(505) 438-7840
Fax:(505) 438-7834
Santa Fe National Forest

 

 

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