|An older, quiet campground, this campground is good for wildlife watching, especially birds. Iron Creek is also close to the trailhead for the Railroad Canyon hike.|
|Campground data||Waypoints||Maps||Getting to the campground||About the campground||Plants around the campground||Comments|
When we visited it:
|IRONCREKCG||Campground||Iron Creek campground|
Maps:Geohack online map list Paper maps:
|Map name||Cartographer||Year||Scale||Topo map?||Online access||Notes|
|Aldo Leopold Wilderness||US Forest Service||1984||1:63360||Y||From the National Forest Store (purchase)|
|Gila National Forest||US Forest Service||1997||1:126720||N||From the National Forest Store (purchase)||South half|
|Wildernesses of New Mexico||US Forest Service||1981||1:1000000||N||No online copies.||Base map with national forests, wilderness areas and highways.|
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Getting to the campground:
Head west on NM 152 from I-25 (near Caballo). Go through Hillsboro, Kingston, and Emory Pass scenic vista (which is worth a stop). The campground is about 8 miles past the scenic vista.
About the campground:
Here is a representative campsite. Note that you park and walk in to the picnic table. This is not a bad thing, and for tent campers it is convenient.
You can also somewhat see the crumbling of the picnic table in the large version of this photo.
Plants we saw around the campground:
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