Less than two hours from the city of Albuquerque, Clear Creek Campground is nestled away in the Jemez Mountains. This cool oasis offers refuge from the New Mexico heat. Visitors delight in the hiking and fishing opportunities available in the shade of the pine covered Jemez Mountains. To make a reservation for the Clear Creek Campground Group site please visit: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/10098564
Clear Creek Campground includes paved RV pads, fire rings, picnic tables, and vault toilets.
Online reservations are payment for one vehicle. Additional vehicles will need to pay $10 per night at the campground.
Fire restrictions may exist. Check with the Cuba Ranger District if you are unsure.
No ATV/ORV use in the campground. Travel is restricted elsewhere on the forest.
Check out is at 12 noon.
Before making a reservation, check the driveway details to ensure your vehicle equipment will fit on the site.
The campground is located amid stunning ponderosa pines in close proximity to Clear Creek. In the fall, elk can be heard bugling in the early mornings and late evenings.
The San Pedro Parks Wilderness, just north of the Clear Creek Campground, offers easy and scenic day hikes. The minimal grade increases of the trails into the San Pedro Parks make this wilderness an ideal backpacking destination for beginners and experienced backpackers alike. Three main trailheads, the San Gregorio, Palomas, and Los Pinos, are within driving distance of the campground.
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.
PO Box 130 Cuba NM 87013
For campground inquiries, please call: 575-289-3264
From Cuba, New Mexico, travel 11 miles east of Cuba on New Mexico State Highway 126. The campground is located approximately 11 miles from Cuba where lodging, restaurants, and gas stations are available. The campground is approximately a one and a half hour drive from Albuquerque.