Florez Riverview Campground

Bloomfield, NM (1,658 miles)

About

It all started with “Work Camp” for the Florez family from the small village called Angostura near Blanco, New Mexico. The Florez families’ mission of working the land and raising cattle continues to be at the heart of their family with decades of large group day camping, overnight dry camping, and going to “hunt camp” in the fall with the excitement of the hunt. Amenities include picnic tables, covered shelters, charcoal grills, and more. Their goal is to provide a place where you can rest and enjoy your family and friends in an area surrounded by cottonwoods at the end of a private road that places you up next to the San Juan River. Whether you have a tent, an RV, or just want to use a day shelter for your family event, you can spend a day or night relaxing by the peaceful San Juan River.

Park Features

  • Bathrooms
  • Fishing
  • Horseshoes
  • Pavilion

About the Park

It all started with “Work Camp” for the Florez family from the small village called Angostura near Blanco, New Mexico. The Florez families’ mission of working the land and raising cattle continues to be at the heart of their family with decades of large group day camping, overnight dry camping, and going to “hunt camp” in the fall with the excitement of the hunt. Amenities include picnic tables, covered shelters, charcoal grills, and more. Their goal is to provide a place where you can rest and enjoy your family and friends in an area surrounded by cottonwoods at the end of a private road that places you up next to the San Juan River. Whether you have a tent, an RV, or just want to use a day shelter for your family event, you can spend a day or night relaxing by the peaceful San Juan River.

Address

Florez Riverview Campground
136 Road 4800, Bloomfield, NM 87413

Park Features

  • Bathrooms
  • Fishing
  • Horseshoes
  • Pavilion

Nearby Activities

  • Fishing
    Navajo Lake State Park
  • Hiking
  • Historic Sites
  • Museums
    Salmon Ruins Museum
  • Wineries
    Wines of the San Juan

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