The Redondo Campground is situated in a stand of Ponderosa Pine interspersed with grass and wildflower meadows within the Jemez National Recreation Area. The campground is approximately 8,200 feet in elevation and you can plan for warm days and cool nights. The Valles Caldera and Bandelier National Monument are within driving distance, both are accessed via the Jemez Mountains Trail National Scenic Byway (NM State Highway 4).
Uses: Overnight camping, hiking and fishing
Facilities: Campground has 62 camp sites; each with a picnic table and fire ring. Vault toilets are available; there are not utility hookups or dump station available. Tents, RVs and trailers up to 30 feet. Drinking water not available at this campground.
Special Instructions: Cutting live vegetation is prohibited. Use charcoal only in the pedestal grills.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Closed for the 2021 Season.|
|Operational Hours:||Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM. Please be respectful to other campers and turn off generators at 10:00 PM.|
|Reservations:||No reservations accepted at this campground. Camp sites available on a first come-first serve basis.|
|Fees:||$10 per vehicle per night for single unit. Only two (2) vehicles are permitted at a camp site.|
|Open Season:||May - November|
|Best Season:||Summer and Fall|
|Restrictions:||Dogs must be leashed at all times while in campground area.|
|Closest Towns:||La Cueva has a country store and lodging. Jemez Springs offers food, lodging and other services.|
|Water:||No drinking water available|
|Passes:||Interagency Senior Pass holders (Lifetime and Annual) receive a 50% discount on single unit campsite fees.|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
General InformationDirections: From the Jemez Ranger Station go south 7.5 miles north to the junction of State Highway 4 and 126 at La Cueva. Turn right and continue on State Road 4 approximately two miles to the campground turnoff to the left.
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