Hipcamp host Jeffery
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Pitch a tent, park an RV, paddle a yak, park for awhile.

Throw some fly's, bark at the moon, target some clay...

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
6 bookable sites
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 4 people per site
No potable water
Bring your own water, purify from river or stream
Fires allowed
Fire ring
No toilet
Dig a cathole, pack it out
Pets allowed
Off leash, on leash
No showers
Bath in lake, bath in river or stream
Pack it out
No picnic table
No wifi
No RV hookup
No RV sanitation
Have a question? Send Jeffery a message!
  • Check in: After 6AM
  • Check out: Before 4PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 15% off
Horseback riding
Wind sports
Snow sports
Whitewater paddling
Wildlife watching

The vibe at Serenity, Survival, Sky

2 Reviews
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Hipcamper Brendan
Recommends this listing

The highlight of this campsite is pure separation from everyone. We did not see another person our entire trip. The campsite was bare bones and we had to clear an area to pitch our tent. Access to the Rio Grande is also fantastic and a perfect place for dogs to play!

Hipcamper Jeffery
Response from Jeffery, the Host, on March 19th, 2018

Thanks Brendan for the kind review..

Hipcamper Kristen
Recommends this listing

When I camp, there are two things I generally look for: quiet solitude and beautiful landscape (preferably with stunning night skies). This site has all of this in spades! It is intense though – the wind was relentless while I was there and the site is completely exposed. Also, note that the river access is about 3 miles away. I had slow but decent cell service (Verizon) at the site. If possible, I recommend using Google maps to get to the site (or note that: from San Luis, you take Hwy 142 west. Also, the left turn onto Kiowa is actually at ¾ of a mile, rather than ¼ mile; there IS a left turn at ¼ mile, but it is not Kiowa). I discovered later that Kiowa does have a road sign at the intersection where you should turn. Cherokee did not have a road sign, but you’ll see an earthship under construction and will turn left just before that. The campsite is down just a ways on the left – just pull off the dirt road and into the site. Oh, and the night sky is phenomenal!

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