Chaco Culture National Historical Park Gallo Campground
4 rating
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Location
Address: Nageezi, New Mexico 87037
GPS: 36.03639, -107.89
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Local Directions: Chaco Canyon is located in northwestern New Mexico. The preferred and recommended access route to the park is from the north, via US 550 (formerly NM 44) and County Road (CR) 7900, and CR 7950. From the north, turn off US 550 at CR 7900--3 miles southeast of Nageezi and approximately 50 miles west of Cuba (at mile 112.5). This route is clearly signed from US 550 to the park boundary (21 miles). The route includes 8 miles of paved road (CR 7900) and 13 miles of rough dirt road (CR7950).

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-505-786-7014 x 221

Open
All year
  Sites
32 RV Sites, 51 Tent Sites, 2 Group Sites, 51 No Hookup

Rates
Daily Rates: $5.00 - $60.00

Facilities & Services
No Showers, Restrooms, Water Spigots (non site)

Recreation
Hiking

Policies
No Reservations, Pets Welcome

Restrictions
Max RV Length 35 ft
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Two group campsites are available, each accomodating 10 to 30 people and no more than 5 vehicles. Group stays are limited to seven days at a time. Group campground reservations must be made in advance by calling the park at (505) 786-7014. The cost for group camping is $2.00 per person, per night with a minimum fee of $25.00. The group campsites are designed for tent camping and cannot accommodate RVs, pop-up trailers, etc
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Total Sites51
RV Sites32
   
Tent Sites51
Group Sites2
   
Max RV Length35 ft
  
No Hookup (51)
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4 star rating
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4 star rating
Lite on amenities big on scenery
swyssmiss
Bronze
September 18, 2011
No potable water in this campground. No reservations. First come first serve. Fees were reasonable. Running water in the campground bathrooms, but no showers. Only a small number of camp sites available so fairly quiet. During my stay, all the campers were adults or families with mature children. Very laid back and relaxed vibe. If you have a 4wd vehicle, ask the rangers for some back road ruins to visit. Site is nestled at the edge of the canyon with a stunning view of Fajada Butte at sunset.

We stayed here in a Tent.
 
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