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City of Rocks State Park, Deming

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Geologic Formation Nature / Park
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  • We stopped on a whim & we're so glad we did! Lizards, cottontails & even jackrabbits everywhere! The formations are amazing & pictures do not do them justice!  more »
  • I knew nothing about this park, but did not want to stay in a typical RV park in the area passing through on a road trip. 2 miles outside the park, you could not have convinced me that this was going ...  more »
  • The visitor center building is a lovely design that fits naturally into the landscape. The botanical garden is filled with cacti that were in bloom at the time of our visit. We first drove up to a vis...  more »
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  • This place is outstanding. There really isn't a bad campsite in the entire park. The view of the stars at night will blow your mind. There is some great dirt road riding in and around the park. The volunteers seemed to be a bit lazy, but informative. They are hit or miss and don't judge the park based on them. There are showers and restrooms. Both are nice and well pressurized.
  • An ancient ash fall that has weathered out into fantastic hoodoos. Each Campsite is perfect. Small visitor center. Showers. Mogollon peoples occupied the site 900 yrs ago. I see why.
  • Quite possibly the strangest, nicest, and neatest state park I've been to. I tried to camp there, but it was full and I had to settle for a day visit. The facilities are top notch, everything was clean, and the campers all seemed considerate.
  • Awesome little park! So much fun to wander between the crazy rock outcroppings in the middle of plains. Unexpected beauty. Nice hike bike trail around perimeter that was ok for our cyclocross bikes too. Dry camp only $10 includes entry fee. Want to come back for a longer stay.
  • This place is absolutely breathtaking! I want to go back very soon and camp. The views are amazing and you can hike al throughout the rocks and find neat stuff.