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Villanueva State Park


P.O. Box 40
Villanueva, NM 87583
505.421.2957
No Email Address
http://www.newmexico.org/place/loc/parks/page/DB-place/place/523.html
2 Reviews
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This is a small park down in a valley and right in the quaint little town of Villanueva. We stayed in one of the sites below down by the river. You have to share a water faucet - so make sure you have an adaptor for that. We also just lucked out at the site we were in and were able to get our satellite dish to get a signal just over the top of the hill to the southern view. We really enjoyed the park. It is quiet and peaceful and we took the hike up the side of the mountain across the river from the campsite. It is a beautiful view of the valley below - but a fairly steep hike in places - still not too hard. We would recommend the park anytime of the year - but I am sure it is very crowded in the summer because of the great access to the cool and beautiful Pecos River.

Received from Em J for visit in Apr 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
We stay here often on short get aways. The road from I25 to Villanueva is a country road: tree lined, winding, next to the Pecos River. I think the speed limit is 35 - 45. It is no problem for an RV. Driving this road is part of the beauty of going to the SP. There are 2 distinct camping areas: down in the canyon on the river and up on a rise above it all. We prefer the lower sites. Mature trees, large sites. The Pecos is about 30' - 50' wide and 6" to 3' deep this time of year. When our daughter was 3, we were comfortable letting her sit in the middle of the channel next to our campsite. Our last trip was in March for a little winter fishing.

  

Received from Neil C for visit in Mar 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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