Aztec Ruins Boondocking

Angel Peak Scenic Area Aztec Ruins Boondocking

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Aztec, New Mexico
GPS: 36.545225, -107.862155
Elevation: 6643′
Bureau of Land Management
The road in is Gravel and 1-6 miles from a paved road. There are 6-15 campsites at this The road in to the Aztec Ruins boondocking area location and the maximum RV length is unlimited. You may stay 14 Days at Angel Peak Scenic Area.

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Angel Peak Campground has nine sites available for tent camping; each with picnic tables on a concrete underfoot, gravel pathways, and fire grates. Picnic shelters are located at three campsites; two with single shelters and one with a double shelter suitable for larger groups. Two accessible vault toilets and trash receptacles are conveniently located in the campground. A short nature trail winds among the plants that have found a niche along the desolate rim and leads to an overlook of the canyon where a bench is provided for relaxing and enjoying the view.

 

No electrical hookups or water is available.

 

Activities: Amenities
Hiking
Wildlife Viewing
Fire Ring
Picnic Tables
Restrooms

 

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