If you want to get away from crowds and enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest, visit us at Los Vallecitos. We are close to the Santa Fe National Forest and have some nice hikes on the ranch. This camp spot is unique as it is situated on the Rio de La Casa. Enjoy the privacy of your own campsite with the river running nearby. We are a working ranch. We also sell grass-fe
If you want to get away from crowds and enjoy the peace and quiet of the forest, visit us at Los Vallecitos. We are close to the Santa Fe National Forest and have some nice hikes on the ranch. This camp spot is unique as it is situated on the Rio de La Casa. Enjoy the privacy of your own campsite with the river running nearby. We are a working ranch. We also sell grass-fed beef and lamb and are certified through AWA “A Greener World.”
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Loved camping here very special
We loved the one night we spent at Rio de La Casa. This is the perfect spot if you really want to get out in nature, be away from civilization, enjoy the woods, the beautiful creek that runs through the property. We took a nice walk in the morning and loved the views of the distant mountains and all of the fall foliage. We also say the beautiful farm in the distance, which made us wish we had ordered some of the meat that was available. The road is a little rough, but we were fine in our camper van (sprinter). We would definitely stay again.
Nice little campsite next to a clear stream. Secluded and quiet.
No trails that I know of nearby so if you're looking for somewhere you can walk/bike, this might not be the place.
Instructions on how to get there weren't emailed in my confirmation which I thought was strange. I was really glad I messaged the host half way into my drive because the map provided by hipcamp pulled up incorrect directions. This could have been a huge inconvenience especially since there's no cell service in the area. Maybe the host could add it to the special instructions when you receive a confirmation?
Other than that it's a sweet spot. Private with a good size fire pit. Would go again.
Beautiful property, wonderful host!
The host was very accommodating and the property was beautiful and restful.
There are two spots on this property and both are large and welcoming. There is a stream on the property close to both sites (love sleeping to the sound of moving water) and there is room for either tent or RV camping.
The road is a little rough on the way in but nothing that slow and cautious driving can't overcome. Plus it adds to the secluded and natural setting of the place.
We plan on returning again!
This was our second time camping here. The first time was about a year ago and we had the “River Camp 1” which was nice and open with a good view of the mountains. This time we had the “River Camp 2” which was right next to the river! Again, very open and having the outhouse and fire pit was very nice. Being a private spot is definitely a plus!
The drive to the site was super easy with the directions given by the host-road in had potholes but nothing major-The site was awesome!! Full of dense trees and a strong rushing stream, got to swim a little in the stream and found a ton of mushrooms on site. We enjoyed the meadow close to our site and hiked to ‘meditation point’
Overall great site to reconnect to nature.
This was a beautiful camping spot right by the creek. It was very private, quiet, and easily accessible. The hosts were really attentive and helpful. I would definitely stay here again. A short walk takes you up to magnificent views of the mountains!
Carla was great and delivered firewood so we could make a fire. The road to her house is a long dirt road with potholes and rocks but it’s definitely manageable in an SUV. I’m not sure a sedan would be able to cross the creek after it rains. The perk here is a private, secluded, drive in site on a flowing river.