Last night we pulled into The Valley of Fire National Park and found ourselves a great camping site. There are only 6 sites that have water and electric hook-ups and we found one available. Valley of Fire campground is the location that over-looks the lava flows that have covered more than 150 miles of New Mexico. We sit about 80 feet above the flow and have a view over all the flow and a part of the White Sands Bombing Site…fact is, we just had a couple jets do a low run over our heads and disappear into the mountains in front of us. The deafening sound of the jet and then the blast in the distance of their bombs, made it kind of exciting. Below us, there is a wonderful pathway that winds around for over ¾ mile over the top of the lava.