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Camping in New Mexico
Let New Mexico leave you breathless on an outdoor getaway to the southwest. Hike up ancient mountain cliffs, trek through 265 million-year-old caverns, and camp under the immense skies of the desert.
What is the best season for camping in New Mexico?
September and October are great for your New Mexico camping trip. The temperatures are cooler, and you’ll encounter fewer crowds.
What are some must-do outdoor activities in New Mexico?
Sign up for guided tours at the many historical sites around the state, hit the slopes at Taos Ski Valley, or take a drive on the Guadalupe Backcountry Scenic Byway.
What are the top events and festivals in NewMexico?
The Festival of Cranes is the largest event in New Mexico and one of the top wildlife events in the country. It's a must-see in November.
What are the best state and national parks to visit in NewMexico?
The two most popular national parks are Carlsbad Caverns and White Sands National Parks. If you’re looking for a slower pace, check out City of Rocks State Park.
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