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Cedar Springs, San Juan and Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

   

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AMENITIES:
Fishing
Cabins
Restrooms
Store
Picnic and Barbecue area is available

Activities: fishing, hiking and horseback riding

This campground is one of the magnificent spots to camp here in the San Juan and Jemez Mountains. Everybody should go for a camping trip every so often, and Cedar Springs in New Mexico is exactly the location.
As if Cedar Springs wasn't enough, you can also go whitewater paddling, and relaxing, so you wonít run out of things to do. The welcoming people working here and the nicely kept up facilities beat anything.
So many local attractions and the nearby outdoors recreation are sure to keep you coming back
 
    again and again.
This part of New Mexico is always a diversion to explore throughout camping season.
On a lovely day you get a vista of Vigas Mesa from Cedar Springs. Navajo Lake State Park is a great location to pop by on
 a wonderful day, and a nice site to pop by is Martinez Canyon. This campground is so good. Navajo State Park is both nice and stunning, and it's in the neighborhood of Cedar Springs. At Cedar Springs you donít see much rain. August is when you get the most rain here while June is ordinarily the driest month. Through the warm months at Cedar Springs temperatures are frequently in the 90's. Once the sun is down it plunges down to the 60's. High temperatures during the wintertime are normally in the 30's, and overnight lows in the 10's for Cedar Springs. 

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Other campgrounds near Cedar Springs, San Juan and Jemez Mountains, New Mexico:

   Buzzard Park Campground, Rio Arriba County, 12 miles away
      
   LaJara Lake - Jicarilla Apache, Dulce, 18 miles away
      

Paddling Rivers Near Cedar Springs, San Juan and Jemez Mountains, New Mexico:

   San Juan River, San Juan County, 26 miles away
      Class II - 50 miles long (Navajo Dam to Four Corners)

   Piedra River, Archuleta County, 26 miles away
      Class II-III - 20 miles long (Lower Piedra Campground to Navajo Reservation)


Public Lands near Cedar Springs, San Juan and Jemez Mountains, New Mexico:

   Aztec Ruins National Monument, Aztec - NM, 52 miles away
      
   Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico, 25 miles away

   Navajo State Park, Colorado, 29 miles away

   El Vado Lake State Park, New Mexico, 36 miles away


Current weather conditions at Cedar Springs, San Juan and Jemez Mountains, New Mexico
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Local climate location: NAVAJO DAM 12 miles away


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