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Free camp spot in BLM area just outside of historic Lincoln, NM. 5 camp spots, with shelter, fire rings, picnic tables, and 1 clean pit toilet. Awesome views, and trails. Free! We were here by ourselves. Quiet.
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Good att service no t mobile. Restrooms are clean.Report Check-In
Awesome place to stay for a few days! Had good AT&T service, clean pit toilet, trash cans, and a covered picnic area at each site. Only 3 main sites and a pull off a little further down the road.Report Check-In
Nice site. very clean. each site has plenty of parking (i even saw a bus there). i parked and walked down the road past the pit toilet, and it gets pretty dicey with washout and arroyos. i would not recommend driving past the pit toilet without 4 wheel drive and high clearance.Report Check-In
Great free spot! No problem on the road with 2WD. Past the rest rooms there was one other spot but the road got a bit rougher so I stayed at one of the spots as your first drive into the campsite. Had 2-3 bars of AT&T the entire time. The caves were closed off and gated but still cool to look at from a distance. There are pit toilets, fire pits, trash cans and picnic tables. Keep it nice and clean up if you see any debris someone else might have left.Report Check-In
Spent two nights, peaceful. Only one other person. Bathroom was immaculate, ranger came by and mopped everyday, also refilled the toilet paper and emptied trash cans. He also came and took a photo of our license plate, they keep track of who comes here.Report Check-In
Surprisingly busy on this Thursday night - all sites occupied. And quite cold up here at this time of year.
As others have said, a nice place. Always a good sign when the pit toilet is cleaner than your bathroom back home.Report Check-In
FREE BLM campground. Was recommended to us by a ranger when we stayed at Valley of Fire for its hiking trails. There is a map with different trails listed but we still had a hard time navigating them- marked trails weren't where they were supposed to be and there were many trails not listed on the map. A visit to the abandoned Ft. Stanton is worth it. Cave is closed due to White-nose syndrome which is king bats. Was super windy when we were there but otherwise fairly nice and private.Report Check-In
4 bars verizon 4g cell service here! was able to work remotely and take the mtn bikes out. trail to a river nearby!Report Check-In
If you drive passed the camp found you can find flat spots off the road to spend a very quiet night.Report Check-In
3-5 spots. Quiet clean and green. Pull thru horseshoe spots after the fenced off cave entrance. Trash cans and toilet maintained. Space between spots gives privacy. 1 other camper here on Memorial Day weekend. Lots of hiking trails. Trail maps were in a box by the picnic table nearest the fenced off cave. Well maintained gravel road also.Report Check-In
Almost missed this place off hwy 380. Super clean pit toilets, 5 camp spots, free and we’re the only campers. Looking forward to a quiet night! Caves are closed.Report Check-In
Great spot to spend a few days. There are 5 locations, each with a picnic table and fire pit. One nice clean dry toilet for everyone.
We arrived at sunset and one other RV was camped for the night.Report Check-In
Clean Vault toilet and Verizon LTE service. Stayed two nights for free.Report Check-In
Spend one night. It's was freezing with snow but beautiful, awesome views. Clean toilets. Quiet. Hiking trails.Report Check-In
Free camp spot in BLM area just outside of historic Lincoln, NM....of the famous Lincoln County War, and Billy the Kid! 5 camp spots, with shelter, fire rings, picnic tables, and 1 clean pit toilet. Awesome views, and trails. Free! We were here by ourselves. Quiet.Report Check-In