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Clear Creek Group (Nm)

Santa Fe National Forest

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Summary

Clear Creek Group Campground is located in the San Pedro Parks Wilderness area of New Mexico and is home to a variety of wildlife, including black bears, mule deer, elk, and various bird species. The area provides a cool shady refuge from the heat and also offers fishing, hiking and scenic drives through the forest. The campground can host up to 70 people, and has on-site parking for large buses and RVs, a ramada with picnic tables and pedestal grill, vaulted toilet, and drinking water.

Overview

Clear Creek Group Campground is less than a two hourdrive from the Albuquerque area, and provides relief from the New Mexico heat with the cool shade and refreshing air of the pines and mountains. The group campground is located in the last loop of the Clear Creek Campground, alongside the serene Clear Creek.

Recreation

Local streams and the San Gregorio reservoir provide fishing opportunities for anglers, and hikers will delight in the many hiking opportunities in the nearby San Pedro Parks Wilderness. 

Facilities

The group campground can host up to 70 people, and has parking for a large bus or RV available. It’s location is far enough from the individual sites to make the place feel like your own campground. A large ramada with picnic tables and pedestal grill are available for the group area, along with a vaultedtoilet. There is drinking water available and a host on site to answer any questions. The campground opens in May and closes in mid October. This is a popular spot for Albuquerque recreationists, so make reservations early!

Natural Features

Evergreen ponderosa pines and Engelman spruce make up the forest around the campground, a welcome sight for those escaping the heat. The majesty of the Jemez Mountains provides amazing scenery for those inthe campground and for scenic drives through the forest. A variety of wildlife call this place home including black bears, mule deer, elk, and a plethora of bird species.

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