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Located in the Beautiful Jemez Mountains of Northern New Mexico

37695 hwy 126 Jemez Springs, NM. 87025      Email     trailsendrv@hotmail.com

Thank you for visiting our website. Trail's End RV Park is set amongst an Old Growth Ponderosa Pine forest. The property sits inside one of the worlds largest calderas. Each of the  Full hookup sites have a mountain and a meadow view, picnic table and fire ring.        

Gated Entrance is on the right side directly across the street from Church structure.

The park is open Spring thru Fall.  Open April 10th weather permitting. We are located in LaCueva  nine miles north of Jemez Springs on NM 4 or 28 miles west of Los Alamos on NM 4.  Take NM 4 to NM126 in LaCueva.  The Park is 1.1 mile on the right.

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                          Small Park    Quiet Setting     No Children Please

                                                   Maximum Lengths

Motorhomes max 34 ft.          Fifthwheel end to end 34 ft.         Pull trailer 32ft.   

Nestled in the heart of north central New Mexico lie the Jemez Mountains, a Geothermal volcano complex covering more than a 1000 square miles.  Remnants of the volcano have formed one of the most unusual and beautiful geological areas in the world.

Part of the Santa Fe National Forest known as the Jemez Recreation Area. The Jemez offers all types of activities.

Miles of scenic trails and highways lead you through pristine wilderness with views around each bend. Valles Caldera National Preserve is just 15 minutes away. see links page.

Wildlife includes one of the largest Elk populations in the world.  Black Bear, Turkey, Bobcat, and Mountain lion are abundant but rarely seen. Miles of mountain streams and Fenton Lake offer fishing for German Brown trout and Rainbow trout.  All kinds of Birds including Hummers, Raptors, Ravens, Stellar Jays, Evening Grosbeak, Wood Peckers, on and on.

The area was once inhabited by the Anasazi Indians.  Their decendants the Jemez ( prenounced Hamous)  still live here and have a wonderful visitors center just north of their pueblo.  Bandelier Monument and Chaco Canyon make for interesting day trips and give great insight as to how and where these ancient people lived.

Hundreds of old logging roads provide great trails for mountain bikes, dirt bikes, four wheelers, horses, and snowmobiles. Check with the Santa Fe National Forest for road closures and off road rules.  Hikers will enjoy waterfalls, dense forest, alpine meadows, natural hot springs, mushrooms and gorgeous wildflowers.

A Country Store and Family Restaurant are minutes away.

Jemez Springs a quaint historic village offers its famous Bath House, several restaurants, a few art galleries, lodging and a few eclectic shops.

Santa Fe and Albuquerque are 1.5 hrs away. Taos is a 2 hour scenic drive. Los Alamos "The Atomic City" offers museums, shopping and eating is just 45 minutes away.

Jemez Pueblo 10 miles south of Jemez Springs offers: Wallatowa Visitor and Cultural Center, Fuel and convienence store, homemade food goods, handmade jewelry and famous Jemez pottery.