We live on two acres with three long term adobe casitas. With enough room for a rig and tow vehicle in the south west part of Albuquerque. Our location is known for its green alfalfa fields and horse land . We have an orchard of fruits trees and a few chickens and a pet pig. We also have a mud adobe outdoor oven used by Native Americans to bake oven bread that could be found on Pueblo’s.
Please have your pets on a leash at all times, and pick up after your pets. No loud music Or excessive noise. Please keep things neat and clean.
Gravel road on the side of a private irrigating ditch
Next to your rig on the property
Balloon Fiesta in October
New Mexico State Fair in September
Old Town Albuquerque
Albuquerque Biopark (zoo, aquarium, botanical garden)
Tram ride to top of the Sandias
Less than an hour to Tent Rocks, a rocking' little hike with a mini slot canyon and great views at the top
Great hiking in the Sandia and Manzano mountains
Hike along the Rio Grande on the Bosque Trail
New Mexico Red and Green Chile
Sandia, Isleta and Route 66 casinos
About an hour to Santa Fe
About 2 1/2 - 3 hours to Taos
Albuquerque International Sunport (airport)
Lots of microbreweries here for you beer drinkers
Many small festivals
New Mexico is the first wine growing region in the country and has many wineries and wine festivals
New Mexico has breathtaking natural beauty
A nice spacious place with level gravel areas to park for the night. Very nice and friendly host. I'll stay here again when I pass thru ABQ.
Our hosts were so very gracious and kind!
We were having some issues with our camper and they were prompt in responding to and accepting our late and last minute request.
In addition to several other generous sharing, our hosts went above and beyond to make us feel at home. They shared some home cooked healthy food for our dog (who had a seizure) and allowed us to extend our stay a couple of days while we waited for some camper batteries to be delivered.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at their ranch with the pups, chickens, piggy, and neighbor’s horses. It was a refreshing break to get outside of the busy activity of the city to a more country kind of setting. We have a pop up camper and could hear some noise from the nearby road, nothing major and we felt completely safe and enjoyed great sleep.
Best of all we made some wonderful friends for life.
Thank you so very much for being such amazing hosts! We appreciate you and wish you all the best in life. We hope to see you again one day! 💖💖
We needed a place to sleep pretty late in the day yesterday. We decided to try our luck and this host was more than accommodating to us! We pulled in late and left early this am! Highly recommend this host! Thank you so much!
They were very welcoming and we had everything we needed. Gave us suggestions about the balloon festival and even offered a longer stay when we thought we missed what we wanted to see. We’d recommend the stay to anyone.
Thank you for providing such a welcoming stop on our way through Albuquerque. The location was so convenient - to the highway, Walmart, and a dump down the road, even a propane fill station on the corner. You are a very gracious host. Sorry we didn't get to thank you in person before we left in the morning.
Lee loved the chickens!
Great location and great host. Our host was very friendly. welcoming and helpful about things like getting propane, locating a credit union, etc. His place is easy to get to from anywhere in the city. FYI: the free RV dump is at the Speedway at Coors and Central.
We arrived much later than anticipated, so unfortunately did not get to visit, or meet the pig. Directions were easy to follow. Lots of parking space , easy to turn around. Thanks for the hospitality!
Milton is so hospitable and a genuine, nice person. He met us with cold waters to enjoy on a HOT New Mexico day! His animals (especially llena, his pig) are super sweet. His property is in a great location, next to a little horse farm, convenient to route 40 and Albuquerque. He has a big gravel loop to turn around, and a bunch of peach and apple trees surrounding the property!! Milton was overall very easygoing and easy to talk to. I would love to stay here again next time I’m near Albuquerque! I can’t say enough positive things about Milton and his place! Thank you again for having us!!
(Also, there is a free dump station at the speedway gas station 10 mins north from Milton’s house on Coors road!)