I spent a few days at Percha Dam State Park in southwest New Mexico. A quiet, small campground along the Rio Grande which is overlooked by many. That was my second time there.
Unfortunately, there was no water over the dam, and very little in the river. I suppose mostly due to the extended drought for the past several years. The many trees were showing fall colors, and with a view of the mountains in the distance it was very peaceful.
There were a few easy trails through the woods by the river. Each day I walked a different path finding that they each had a different ambiance. I really enjoyed that.
I chose a non-electric site by the river and dam. A respectable distance from the hook-up sites favored by most campers. That was fine by me, as I had the whole area to myself. My stay was free thanks to my having the Annual Camping Pass.
Camp: Percha Dam SP
Scene: Dam, river, woods