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Belen, New Mexico Campgrounds and RV Parks

Just 30 minutes south of Albuquerque on I-25, Belen is perfectly situated between three major parks and conservations, including a wildlife refuge. These parks allow Belen to enjoy beautiful views and exciting outdoor activities. There are also Belen RV parks within a short jumping distance from most attractions, which will allow for an easy jump back to the RV after a day outside.

South of Belen is The Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. It is one of the most unique parks in New Mexico, and it’s a part of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Spanning over 230,000 acres the refuge house four different biomes, which allows for a wide variety of wildlife and plant life. Common animals include mule deer, coyote, snakes and a wide variety of birds. Just a short drive back to Belen is the La Vista RV Park.

The Cibola National Forest is southwest of Belen, which runs from New Mexico through Texas, covering more than 1.6 million acres. Sandia mountain, Manzano mountain, Withington and Apache kid make up the wilderness areas of the park. There are plenty of hiking trails and places to take in extraordinary views. There are several campgrounds in the forest, as well as an option for RV parking.

Updated November 7, 2016

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