Very easy access from I-25
4 miles south of Truth or Consequences,NM....famous for their HOT SPRINGS ( that don't stink!)
One 50 amp, one 30 amp and two 110 plugs. Well water. Plenty of room for boondockers too. I have had up to 10 rigs in here...and there was still plenty of room... Dump available,
Wake to the joyful morning chorus of my equines...a mini donkey, and a mule.
The loop I live on is 1.2 miles, paved and perfect for morning or evening walks. Tons of ORV/jeep trails. Horse trails.
Generators off by 10 pm
No loose dogs
Do not feed the equines or go into the equine pasture without permission
12 foot wide gate, but a tow rig plus a 45 footer has gotten in just fine.
Next to rig, on property , within gated area. Very safe...next door to 2 cops!!😁
Great Mexican Food restaurants
Elephant Butte Lake...11 miles Currently open fir DAY USE ONLY..6 am to 8 pm
Caballo Lake...4.2 miles..currently open for DAY USE ONLY...6 am to 8 pm
Gila National Forest/ Cliff Dwellings...56 miles
Historic Mining Towns
Fishing, Rockhounding, Hiking, Jeeping, ORV trails, Horse trails,
Art Galleries, Art Hop..2nd Saturday Nights,Farmers Market on Saturdays in Truth or Consequences, 5 miles up road.
Truth or Consequences Brewery
but GREAT HOST!! neat ranchito with full hookups. Host extended my stay due to the extreme heat index and no other BW w 30A within in miles and miles. Truth or Consequences looks neat w good restaurants, too bad most businesses and all museums are still closed due to Covid19. Went to Elephant Butte reservoir, water was refreshing. Thanks to all the hosts and BW!!
Wonderful host who has a mini ranch on a quiet street in Los Palomas. I parked close to next-door neighbors property which has dogs who bark often and on during the day (and I love dogs). Though it’s not quiet during the day, at night it’s very quiet.
This host has welcomed us in this most difficult time in our modern history. She has graciously offered us refuge from the pandemic crisis we find ourselves in. We are full timers from Florida and were on our way around the country (up as far north as Washington state). We can’t say enough about her hospitality!
Our host greeted us on our arrival and suggested an easily accessible spot in the fenced in yard. We were located about ten minutes outside of Truth or Consequences, NM. We got along very well and were treated to some home made cinnamon buns before leaving. We’ll be sure to check back when next in the area.
Amy was great! It was easy to back in the rig with lots of room to maneuver! She gave us ideas on places to eat & see! The evenings were quiet & peaceful!
CrossRoads Ranchito was a great place to stop for 2 nights. Our host was very welcoming and fun to talk to, and we had the pleasure of briefly getting to know another guest who was staying at the same time. Drove a few miles into town to try out the local hot springs. The hookups offered were greatly appreciated! Verizon hotspot worked great in this location. Thanks!
Amy welcomed us at her peaceful place, with a horse, mule and a miniature donkey.
We had a long talks, and she shown us her beautiful work.
The place is very big, quite, we had a very good sleep.
Thank you very much, we hope to meet you again some day.
Anat and Ilan Sternberg.
Though our arrival was after dark, Ranchito was very welcoming. It was a lovely Christmas stop over. The Christmas morning scene featuring the equine was delightful and the host’s generosity very much appreciated.
What a friendly lady! Quick response. We had nice talkings and the place is very quiet. Thanks for the lovely truffels!!!
Johan and Loes, The Dutch guys
My stay got bumped up a day because of very high winds in Tucumacari NM, thus delaying my arrival. I arrived a bit early but Amy got me setup with no problems. Fantastic stay and great hospitality along with meeting many of Amy's great friends on Thanksgiving. You want a fun time check in with this host. Thanks again Amy.
What a great host. We were central to off-road trails, ghost towns, Hot Springs, a little bit of everything. Super safe place to stay with mountain views in all directions. Water and electric if you need it and if you catch her at the right time you might even be able to buy some of her homemade truffles or leather goods. You won't have trouble feeling like family here
Amy is so warm and was so accommodating. I really appreciated our conversations and look forward to visiting again!