Bandelier National Monument

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Lodging

No lodging is available in the Monument.

There are resorts, hotels and motels in Los Alamos, NM (12 to 15 miles away),
with something for every taste and price range. For more information and a complete list. ClickHere for
rates, availability and reservation online

Camping

There are two campgrounds within Bandelier National Monument.

Juniper Campground: Ninety-four sites are available for use seasonally, usually from mid-April to October on first-come first-served basis. Located on the mesa above Frijoles Canyon near the Visitor Center. Fee is $10.00 per site/per night.

Ponderosa Group Campground: Available seasonally by reservation only. Located at 7,500 feet neat the intersections of routes 4 and 501.



Bandelier National Monument
15 Entrance Road
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544
505 672-3861 ext 517

 

 

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