327 Hwy 61
Faywood, NM 88034
There are a total of 42 sites with no hookups scattered among the wonderful boulders, most of which are large pull-throughs. See Campground Overview for basic info. Click images for larger sizes.
The greatest thing about the no hookup sites here is how up close and personal you can get to the rock formations. I think rocks make the best neighbors!
This is toward the front of the campground, with RV in Site #5.
Site #9 is the only site in the main section of the no-hookups that is reserveable online. It is a massive pull-through and across from the electric/water sites. This site is also shown with the 5th wheel in it at the top of this page.
Even though Site #10 is the next in line, there is an extra large amount of space between these sites, along with large boulder groups between them. It is one of the most popular sites, but it also has one of the petroglyphs in the back of it, so campers are encouraged to be respectful of occupants.
Site #14 is also popular due to being so isolated with no sites at all close to it. A pull-through, but it doesn’t have a very deep parking area off the road and I also think it would be pretty hard for a larger RV to level here.
Pegasus North Campground:
Most of the sites in the Pegasus North loop are reserveable (15, 16, 17, 18 and 19).
For those who really want to get away from it all, Site #16 is a great location, near the hiking trail, and the most requested in this section, so if you really want it, best to try to reserve in advance.
Site #28 is a nice pull-through with those beautiful expansive views to the side. It is also nearby the vault toilet and water faucet.
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