Zennie (Uphill Zen)

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Zennie (Uphill Zen) 10 reviews

"Gorgeous canyon views, superb hiking"

I love this place! This is part of the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, which is now the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. There are several campgrounds located on a mesa between the Rio Grande Gorge on one side, and the Red River Canyon on the... Read more
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American Spring Dispersed
Los Alamos, NM
"Free camping near Los Alamos and Bandelier"
"Free, quiet boondocking spot near Ojo Caliente"
Overlook Campground
Santa Fe, NM
"Gorgeous place, with views of the lake"
"One of my favorite spots in New Mexico!"
Forks Campground
Silver City, NM
"Beautiful cliffs, and river access too!"
Cattlemen Trail
Silver City, NM
"Easy access, plenty of space, and cows"
"Shady, cool, pleasant and free"
Forest Road 5
Angel Fire, NM
"Beautiful, cool, and free!"
Echo Campground
Abiquiu, NM
"Beautiful views, nice location for hiking O'Keeffe country"
"Gorgeous canyon views, superb hiking"
American spring dispersed Taos junction dispersed Overlook campground Big arsenic springs campground Forks campground gila nf Cattlemen trail Apache creek campground Forest road 5 Echo campground El aguaje campground
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American Spring - Free camping near Los Alamos, New Mexico

It was the 4th of July holiday weekend, and the Jemez area was packed! Every scenic stop was crawling with people, and every trailhead had a half mile of overflow parking along the road. Valles C...

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Taos Junction - Free camping near Ojo Caliente, New Mexico - Uphill Zen

If you've traveled in northern New Mexico, you've probably heard about Ojo Caliente. It's a famous hot springs resort west of Taos, and quite a luxurious place to stay. But if you don't feel like...

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Visiting Chimayo? Try Santa Cruz Lake Overlook campground

Chimayo is the best-known of the small towns along the High Road between Santa Fe and Taos, New Mexico. It's famous for its miraculous church, and people from all over come to see it. I'm one of...

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Rio Grande del Norte (Wild Rivers) - Awesome camping! - Uphill Zen

If you're looking for a place to go camping and/or hiking in northern New Mexico, go to Rio Grande del Norte, aka Wild Rivers. Just do it! You won't regret it. 🙂 If you check it...

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Cliffs and Camping at the Gila Forks - Uphill Zen

I'm camping at the Gila Forks campground, a lovely spot right above the Gila River. The forks of the river come together near here, and there are fabulous cliffs just across the wa...

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New Mexico boondocking, Cattlemen Trail, free camping

Tucson was SO HOT!! When it hit 115 degrees there, I wondered "why am I here?" Since I happen to have a home on wheels, it was time to head for the hills! First up was the Gila Nat...

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Apache Creek, camping under the ponderosas - Uphill Zen

There's nothing like some big old ponderosa pines to make it feel like mountain living! 🙂 Apache Creek campground, in southwestern New Mexico, is one of those places that without b...

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New Mexico free camping - Boondocking FR5, Carson Forest

Who knew New Mexico was so green? This isn't just photoshop, either -- this gorgeous boondocking spot really does look like this! 🙂 If you're looking for a camping spot with cool...

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Echo Amphitheater campground, New Mexico - Uphill Zen

If you're looking for a lovely free campground while you're exploring the O'Keeffe country of New Mexico, here's a great option for you! Just over 10 miles north of Ghost Ranch i...

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Rio Grande del Norte (Wild Rivers) - Awesome camping! - Uphill Zen

If you're looking for a place to go camping and/or hiking in northern New Mexico, go to Rio Grande del Norte, aka Wild Rivers. Just do it! You won't regret it. 🙂 If you check it...

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