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Panchuela Campground, Santa Fe National Forest- The Pecos is a gem among New Mexico’s wild places, and this campground is a treasure. Set among the pines along Panchuela Creek, the campsites here get high marks for scenery. The location’s not too shabby, either, next door to the state’s second-largest wilderness area and its more than 200,000 acres of forested slopes, alpine peaks, and wildflower meadows. Anglers camping here can fish Panchuela Creek and other nearby streams for trout.
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