Brown Bear Cozy Cabin

Space for 1 Rig
25 ft max
3 nights maximum

Notice Required
2 days
2 weeks max
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  • Slideouts Not Allowed
  • Generators Not Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome


  • Pull-Through Parking
  • Tow Vehicle Parking


We live in the tiny mountain village of Angel Fire with only about 1,000 people. The town is at 8,500 ft. Our home is in a quiet neighborhood, on a dirt road, with a pull-through dirt driveway. We are tucked away in the middle of a Ponderosa pine forest and we frequently have elk, deer, turkeys, owls and bear meandering through our property. The dark night skies and stars are absolutely fabulous here.

House Rules

No smoking on property.
No generators.
Quiet hours when it is dark.

Access Road Conditions

The highways to get to our house and very curvy and windy making towing a vehicle more difficult. Also, we live on a rough dirt road with many potholes, and during winter our road is often hard-packed snow. We are at a high altitude of 8,500' in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Heavy snow is common here Dec.-Apr., so please watch weather forecasts carefully and plan accordingly. In the winter, snow tires or 4WD vehicles are recommended. We have an unpaved (dirt) pull-through driveway.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

Tow vehicle can be parked in the pull-through driveway. The driveway is dirt.


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Angel Fire, NM, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions

* Angel Fire Resort--Winter: Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, cross-country skiing, snowshoe
* Angel Fire Resort--Summer: 18-hole golf course, downhill biking, zip-lining
* Mountain biking
* Fly-fishing
* Hiking (including the highest peak in NM--Wheeler Peak)
* Amazing dark night skies for great stargazing
* Taos (35 minute drive away): Taos Gorge Bridge, Taos Pueblo, Kit Carson Museum, rafting on the Rio Grande River, Taos Ski Valley

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Member Since
November 23, 2018
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References for Brown Bear Cozy Cabin


May 2021

Nice Stop

Didn’t meet the hosts but this is a beautiful area and a great stay.


October 2020

Great stay in Angel Fire!

Such a quiet little retreat with a beautiful landscape. We didn't see the owners until the second day. Which was fine for us. The lot was level and such a tranquil getaway.


September 2020

Super Quiet

Arrived exhausted and to bed early
Woke up early entirely refreshed


June 2020

Quiet, Shaded neighborhood

Nice shady driveway spot in a quiet neighborhood. Deer and rabbits. Golf club and trail hike nearby. Gracious host.


September 2019

Brown Bear Cozy Cabin

We arrived exhausted and the peace and quiet here were wonderful. The pull-through driveway worked well. We did not meet our hosts who had advised they would be out and home late, and we left early next day. Also, our plans for the second night changed. However, their emails to us were very friendly and welcoming.