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El Malpais, Chain of Craters Wilderness Study Area, El Morro: Campsite

Ramah, NM, United States

About this campspace #s003713

Your host

Jeffrey

Backcountry Camping on Primitive Campsite for RV, Van, 4wd, pickup, Camper, Tent, Tipi, Hammock or Bivy sack. Private land surrounded by chain of craters wilderness study area and next to el morro national monument

Space for

  • Tent
  • Caravan
  • Vans
  • Motorhome

Facilities

  • Pets allowed
  • Drinking water
  • Toilet
  • Hot shower
  • Shower (cold water)
  • BBQ
  • Campfire possible
  • Picnic table
  • Phone charge
  • Electricity
  • Gas (stove)
  • Sportsgear
  • RV Sanitation
  • RV Hookup
  • Hot water
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Heater in accommodation
  • Shelter
  • Covered kitchen

Things to do in the area

  • TIP Explore all the lava caves with a free permit from the ranger station
  • TIP Watch the sunset daily from any of dozens of volcanic cinder cones
  • Biking
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife watching
  • Horseback riding
  • Off Highway Vehicles
  • Climbing
  • Sightseeing
  • Mountaineering

Sustainability practices

Completely Off Grid

Your host, Jeffrey

Host is verified by Campspace

I am Jeff a photographer, and outdoor enthusiast.

Rules

Please close the gate upon entering and leaving the property, thanks!

Checking in and out

Check-in between: 2:00 pm–To be agreed
Check-out between: 6:00 am–12:00 pm

Campsite

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

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Campsite

Tent Caravan Vans Motorhome
Photos
22
Max. people
20 ×
Pitches
2

  • Pets allowed

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 30
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 16
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

from € 19.00 per night

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