Set up your tent, small camper or vehicle on 13 acres of raw land in the mountains of New Mexico that has been mostly untouched for almost 100 years! The property is filled with amazing finds like pottery, crystals and volcanic rock mounds that lift you to some of the most beautiful views of the surrounding areas! This area is a remote subdivision with plenty of open land to set up a tent or small camper, enjoy hiking on our private mountain and experience nature all around you.
Limited number of neighbors as a result of the owners homesteading the surrounding 50+ acres near the campground. Campsite areas with established fire rings are a 5-7 minute walk from the designated parking area immediately off the road and firewood is provided in the designated areas. Select areas of campgrounds and roads are equipped with solar lights for the dark nights if you're night explorers hoping to catch a glimpse of an elk, rabbit or coyote!
All fees go directly to improving the campgrounds, adding greenhouses to host gardening classes, have fresh produce available and events, indigenous trees that have been wiped from the area, creating a pond for fresh fish and reviving the wildlife plus, adding more amenities for future camping!
Check-in meetup with owners between 8 am and 5 pm, after-hours check-in available for an additional cost and with limitations, please contact us for questions. Water refill available upon request for small donation. Pets are welcome to be off-leash but there are no solid fences around the campground so please keep an eye on your animals. Cannabis smoking is permitted only, please make sure you are being extra cautious when smoking or lighting any fires as NM is experiencing an extreme drought and we are not exempt. Please be sure to have some kind of emergency equipment for fires in, on or around your vehicle as a backup.
The final 4-mile drive to the campground location is a gravel road from a paved highway that is maintained by other owners in the subdivision. Once on the gravel road there are 2 turns to reach the campground and they may be tight for larger/longer vehicles. There is little to no traffic on these roads so there is space to fit large rigs as there are large towing rig owners in the subdivision that are able to maneuver these roads to turn their vehicles around. Road conditions during monsoon season and heavy rains may make it hard for larger vehicles to climb 2 short steep hills you will need to pass to get to the campground and leave.
Tow vehicle parking is available in several locations around the campground. The owners have a total of 63 acres including the campground and can accommodate this request within the intersection of the block the campground sits on.
Our availability is mostly open, if there are any dates we are unavailable or closed it will be marked down on our calendar.
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