The campground is located in a setting of pinon, juniper, gambel oak, and mature ponderosa pine trees, approximately 10 miles northeast of Grants. A loop road winds through the area providing access to the campsites and the 0.25 mile nature trail. A historic bridge built by the Job Corps in 1967-1968 provides entrance to the trail. The 11,301 feet peak of Mount Taylor, the highest point in northwest New Mexico, can be seen if you drive past the campground on State Highway 547 (FR239). Remember to pay attention to road conditions and your vehicle's abilities before driving off of the main road. Mt. Taylor is sacred to American Indians. Please respect their beliefs during your visit.
At a Glance
Reservations are available through the Reserve America Web Site at www.recreation.gov or call 877-444-6777.
Accessible,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets
$5.00/site for overnight camping; $5.00/site for day use (picnic/parking).
There is a 14 day stay limit for this campground; Trailers limited to less than 22 feet in length.
Vault Toilets (2)
Federal Recreational Lands Passes are accepted: 1/2 off usage fees with the Access and Senior Passes; Annual Pass not valid; Military Pass accepted.
Mt. Taylor Ranger District: (505) 287-8833
Drive north from the Forest Service office approximately 10 miles on Lobo Canyon Road (State Highway 547). The campground entrance is on the right.