About Florez Riverview RV Park & Campground
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 our 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.
We love the genuine feeling of being outdoors and raising children along with colts, calves, goats, lambs and baby chicks on this working ranch. The BAR MF ranch is situated in the picturesque valley of the San Juan River and built a cowboys’ life while raising generations of Florez family children.
The blue and silver colors of the San Juan River inspired us to turn part of our river boundary into a campground for your family to enjoy in an authentic and simple way.
Our hope is that your stay will re-energize your spirit and give care your soul at the Florez Riverview RV Park & Campground.
The Florez Riverview RV Park & Campground gives you access to the famous San Juan River between the small towns of Bloomfield and Blanco, New Mexico.
Located in the four corners area where New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah intersect. The campground provides plenty of outdoor recreational sites to visit nearby.
Our 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.
The Florez Riverview RV Park & Campground is a favorite for single families, family groups and community groups; such as the Boy Scouts and local organizations.
If you want to day camp you can leave your vehicle safely on the grounds and raft down the San Juan River or setup for a party, picnic or special gathering in the day use areas.
Whether you have a tent or a RV you can spend overnight by the San Juan River and enjoy the flowing river.
Florez Riverview RV Park & Campground
The Florez Riverview Campground gives you access to the famous San Juan River between the small towns of Bloomfield and Blanco, New Mexico.