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- Number of Sites:
- 4 tent sites
- 8240 feet
Valle Tio Vinces Campground is a partially developed campground on the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. Although there is no water presently available it is still a nice resting spot for hikers and bike riders. There are also horse corrals for equestrians looking for a place to camp.
Tall pines in a partially developed campground on the Continental Divide.
SeasonOpen year round
- Total Sites:
- 4 tent sites
Valle Tio Vinces Spring is currently dry.
Pack in/Pack out area.
ATVs generally are allowed on the Forest but they must be licensed and users must follow all state laws regarding use. ATV use is not allowed in the campground.
No RV hookups or designated sites. Area is sloping. Must be self contained.
On the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. There is no water available at the campground. Naturally occurring water may found in San Antone Canyon, about 2 miles north of the campground. Water may also be found in a stock tank east of the junction of FR 13 and FR 214, just south of the campground. Water must be purified before using.
Map + Directions
From Quemado go east on US 60 for approximately 9 miles to one mile east of Omega and the brown Valle Tio Vinces sign. Turn south on Forest Road 214 towards Mangas and Valle Tio Vinces. Go south about 22 miles and the campground is on the west side of the road and marked by a sign.