Nothing fancy we are a in a very rural spot. Gravel level spot with great views.If you are pulling a TT you will need to back in from road.We can guide you. Class A MH is pull in a little tight but can be done as I have a 40 ft rig that I do it with. We border the BLM so there is lots of area to hike bike and ride your ATV.
It is very quiet with few houses in the area.
We ask that your stay be limited to one night unless other arrangements are made.
No outdoor radios or TV's We prefer quiet.
No pets left out overnight or unattended. Sorry campfires are too risky.
No smoking on property
No children under the age of 7 please
Generators need to be limited to short run times.
By requesting a stay with us you accept the Donation Policy per the Admin letter to BW membership of June 8, 2018. The following is a direct quote by Boondockers Welcome regarding power usage by guests, if using your A/C or electric heat during your stay:
“Donation Guidelines for Guests: If a host hasn't requested payment and you've used AC or heating, (offer $5 to $10 per night depending on the size of your rig). Offer $3 to $5 per night - especially if you stayed more than one night - if your electric use was minimal.”
Kids are the responsibility of their parents, we don’t want anyone to get hurt!
If you know that your dog barks when you leave it alone in your rig and go off for the day, please don’t leave it alone in your rig.
1/4 mile of maintained dirt road.
You will need to un-hook tow vehicle and park it separate. We have plenty of room for that.
It is NOT recommended to arrive after dark. This is a rural location with no street lights.
Las Cruces and El Paso are both just a 20 min. drive. Lots of hiking in both areas.
Andy and Laura were the penultimate, generous hosts. They were exceptionally welcoming, and Andy has an unbounded knowledge of the local cultural, business, and historical elements around the area. Their property is so quiet! Do not be discouraged by the lefts and rights your GPS is going to ask you to make. The property is outside of Las Cruces by maybe 15 miles. But, it is located in the most beautiful pecan-growing countryside we have encountered.
We look forward to another trip where we can spend more time exchanging stories about our combined life experiences. You will enjoy learning about Andy's passion for entrepreneurship and the range of business experiences comprising his background.
Very friendly hosts, it was like visiting with old friends. We shared dinner and company and enjoyed a quiet night filled with stars.
We had so much fun with Andy and Laura. Andy has enough stories and advice to keep you entertained for a lifetime, and Laura is so sweet and easy to talk to. We got the full New Mexico experience, complete with road runners, bunnies, giant rabbits, red chili chicken, homemade ribs, and desert exploration. And the view of the mountains is incredible! This couple is both hilarious and hospitable, and we would love to stay with them again in the future. They went from boondocking hosts to friends in such a short amount of time. Don’t pass this place up!
We're not too sure about the cats but Andy, Laura & Buddy are among the most friendly critters we've met in the USA. We arrived as strangers but parted as friends. From the first hug when we arrived both Andy & Laura made us feel right at home. Andy especially is full of life and the four of us had plenty to discuss. They are full of travel tips. Don't miss City of Rocks SP. We hope that we can meet up again ... Andy, Australia is not that far. Thanks again for the hospitality.
Di and Den