New Mexico & Texas Free Camping

Sunset in Texas

“I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.”

– John Muir

130 Free Campsites in New mexico & Texas

Free Camping in New Mexico and Texas is not as abundant as neighboring states. None the less the land of enchantment is poised to hold a sacred piece of your heart with its rugged mountain terrain and vast rolling deserts. Star gazers will appreciate the low population and large stretches of land between the big cities. Around each twist and turn in the road is a new fantastic place to get away from it all and get back to what’s important. When you have had your fill of the expanses of the desert you can head over to east Texas with the lure of long sandy beaches, the small islands on the intercostal waterway, and warm winter nights. There is no shortage of nature to explore and enjoy in these two states. From the mountains and the second largest canyon in North America, to the ocean and back again this guide will show you where to camp and recreate in New Mexico and Texas for free as well as some very affordable camping options in New Mexico. Both states offer visitors free campgrounds, free campsites and ample dispersed camping opportunities. Plan your next adventure wherever you are. All the necessary information is always on your device and easy to locate

Details Include

    • Links to all Public sites
    • Contact Numbers
    • Latitude and Longitude
    • Site elevation
    • Where the closest groceries and gas are locate
    • Details specific to the site
    • Links to useful external resources and maps

New Mexico and Texas Free Camping guide is optimized for use on a phone or similar mobile device making it easy to travel with and difficult to forget at home.

104 Free camping spots and the information you need to find many more hidden gems. 26 State operated facilities that offer exceptional value for avid campers. Supporting website links and maps require an internet connection to access.

Perfect for weekend Camping, Backcountry adventure, RVing, Tent Camping, Beach Camping, Van dwelling, and Nomadic living.

New Mexico & Texas Free Camping Book – Map

How to update content on the Kindle

From time to time I will update the content of the book to correct errors, both big and small, as well as to add new content to the book. To update your version of the book you will need to complete the following steps.

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More Free Camping

Warm hot springs and amazing sunsets over the desert are just a couple reasons to camp and explore the desert southwest. The harsh landscapes punished by the relentless summer sun, turn into a warm haven in the winter time. Because of this the desert southwest become a migratory stopover to weather the chilly winters of the north. The content is these guidebooks follows an easy to use consistent format. Most importantly you can easily plan your next trip even if you don’t have access to the internet. Because all the detail you need are always on your device you can plan your next stop wherever your adventures find you . Then when you do have access to the internet you can easily verify any additional regulations via the web links.

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