|Facilities: Restrooms and picnic areas are provided at Coyote Creek Campground.|
Best Time To Visit: Unknown
Fees: A day usage fee and an overnight camping fee do apply.
Accessibility: The restrooms, showers, and group shelters are all handicap accessible.
Rules: Know all park rules and regulations, which are posted in the park. Drive only on designated roadways and obey posted speed limits. Camp only in the designated areas. Keep pets on leashes. (It is a good idea to have proof of current rabies immunizations when traveling with pets in New Mexico since it is required by law in some of the state's recreation areas.) Do not feed the wildlife. Be aware that vandalizing, defacing, or removing antiquities, minerals, plants or wildlife is absolutely prohibited. Bring your own firewood since none is available in the park. Bring and drink ample water, at least one gallon per day per person, and allow for the extreme heat of the desert in the summer.
Directions: To get to Coyote Creek Campground from:Las Vegas Travel north on NM State Highway 518, turn left onto NM State Highway 94, travel to Mora. Coyote Creek State Park is 17 miles north of Mora via NM 434.Taos travel south on NM State Highway 518, turn left on NM State Highway 434. Travel to Coyote Creek Campground.
Map: Click here for a map to Coyote Creek Campground