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La Vina rd

3 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Chamberino, NM
A two acre camping ground located next to Sombra Antigua Winery located in the middle of farmland along the historic highway 28. Bathrooms and trash disposal available as well as 1 electric hook up. Live music Saturday and Sunday from 2-6pm and 2 day stay limit. Tables and fire pits at each campsite.
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Ray & Lucille's place

2 sites · RVs3 acres · La Mesa, NM
Our farm is located in La Mesa, NM in the Mesilla Valley. Centered between Las Cruces, NM and El Paso, TX . The farming community offers open fields of various crops as well as pecan orchards. Minutes from hiking destinations Organ Mountain Desert Peaks National Monument and Franklin Mountains State Park. Various wineries and breweries within minutes. Elephant Butte Lake State Park 1 hr 41 min (104 miles) White Sands National Park 1 hr 8 min (72 miles)Learn more about this land:Come stay at our fully equipped, safe RV Sites with full hook ups here at our little farm in the middle of Mesilla Valley. Just 6 miles off I-10 in La Mesa, NM. We are in a farming community among pecan orchards, cotton fields, hay fields. Easy to find, our peaceful and private RV sites are 1/4 mile off scenic NM Hwy 28. There are 4 wineries and a brewery within 20 minutes of our farm. Great country setting 20 minutes south of Mesilla and Las Cruces and 20 minutes North of El Paso, TX.
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BNC Farms

3 sites · Lodging10 acres · Chaparral, NM
Welcome to BNC Farms! We are located smack in the middle of desert in Chaparral, NM. We have two short term rentals on the property. The Desert Dome and Harvey the Skoolie. Both are unique stays. We love to show people the beauty the desert has to offer. We also live on site and are around to answer any questions or help you out. We want all of our guests to be able to enjoy their stay and have as much privacy as possible. Both stays have a fire pit and their own hang out area. There are farm animals on the property! Your fur babies are welcome, we only ask you keep them leashed at all time. If you would like to see more about our rentals, or see local recommendations check out our instagram @BNCFarms1. We look forward to hosting you. Bailey and Nadia
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Gleatherland Ranch

3 sites · Lodging, RVs12 acres · Clint, TX
Enjoy beautiful views of Hueco Tanks, the surrounding mountains and expansive night skies at our 12 acre Ranch. Gleatherland offers a full array of accommodations including (seasonal) primitive camping, water/electric RV sites, glamping in one of our unique yurts or retro campers, as well as two fully equipped vacation rental homes open year round. Located just minutes away from Hueco Tanks State Park. Enjoy all the park has to offer including rock climbing, hiking, birding rock art tours, etc. Other area attractions include Franklin Mountains, Guadalupe National Park, Carlsbad Caverns, White Sand Nat'l Monument, Hot Springs of TorC and more (from 1-2 hours drive). Vacation rentals open all year Campground and glamping open seasonally (Nov- March) Reservations required 24 hours in advance for all rentals and RV sites Primitive Camping - walk-ins only, no reservation required Please see our website for full booking capabilities. www.gleatherland.com
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The Meadows Farm

7 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Fabens, TX
The Meadows Farm is nestled between cotton fields and pecan orchards, this quiet and secluded farm is sure to meet your camping needs. You'll be happy to find cows, donkeys, chickens and lambs. We ask that all pets stay on leashes at all times. Wifi is accessible on the property. Smokeless firepit available.
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Rosie's Retreat

1 site · Tent1 acre · Ventura, NM
Learn more about this land: Primitive campsite w stunning mountain views - enjoy nature and solitude! Outside Deming, NM - make sure to stop at the D. H. Lescombes winery on the way! 4x4 vehicle is a MUST, because the dirt roads and ground can become soft and muddy depending on weather. Off-road traction boards highly recommend. COME PREPARED. You will be provided the gps coordinates, there is no wi-fi, plot ahead of time. The site is remote - beyond where the roads end. This is a primitive campsite - so NO water, power or toilets are available. Please respect nature. No fireworks or trash. Pack in pack out policy. Wildlife includes mostly small animals like rabbits, prairie dogs, turtles, lizards, field mice and kangaroo mice. Bigger animals such as deer antelope and the occasional cow are out here. Dangerous animals are rattlesnakes, coyotes and cougars. Be prepared.
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Pancho Villa Place

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Ventura, NM
Private half acre site all to yourself just 3.7 miles off paved Coyote Rd in the expansive Chihuahuan Desert of New Mexico with freedom to set up a large group camp or a solo get-away-from-it-all camp, ride off-road vehicles, practice your primitive sling-shot and airsoft target skills, play corn hole, stargaze and have epic campfires at night.
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desert oasis in progress

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · City Of The Sun, NM
Wide open space to unwind and feel into nature. Earthen sauna built into the ground almost complete and can make a fire in it to keep warm and block winds. Also have tools if your interested in learning to move the earth or simply if you’d like to create your own camp fire or even join us in our projects! Looking to create community, sustainable / permaculture living through adobe building, fertilizing the land, and planting seeds to create a desert oasis. Plus free roaming cows! In addition to free roaming cows we would like to have more animals like sheep to nurture and enjoy the company of. Funds go toward a good cause to help animals in need and live sustainably. Please also reach out if you are interested in this type of community!
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Monument Station Camping Retreat

4 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · City Of The Sun, NM
Primitive campsite with stunning mountain views - enjoy nature and solitude! Outside Deming, NM. 4x4 vehicle is a MUST, because the dirt roads and ground can become soft and muddy depending on weather. Off-road traction boards highly recommend. COME PREPARED. You will be provided the GPS coordinates, note there is no wi-fi, p Primitive campsite with stunning mountain views - enjoy nature and solitude! Outside Deming, NM. 4x4 vehicle is a MUST, because the dirt roads and ground can become soft and muddy depending on weather. Off-road traction boards highly recommend. COME PREPARED. You will be provided the GPS coordinates, note there is no wi-fi, plot ahead of time. The site is remote - beyond where the roads end. This is a primitive campsite - so NO water, power or toilets are available. Please respect nature. No fireworks or trash. Pack in pack out policy. Wildlife includes mostly small animals like rabbits, prairie dogs, turtles, lizards, field mice and kangaroo mice. Bigger animals such as deer antelope and the occasional cow are out here. Dangerous animals are rattlesnakes, coyotes and cougars. Be prepared. Deming: Looking for the best hiking in Deming? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Deming. The city is within the Gadsden Purchase of 1853, which was acquired from Mexico specifically to provide a southern route for a railroad to connect the United States with California. Deming was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1902, and is named after Mary Ann Deming Crocker, wife of Charles Crocker, one of the Big Four of the California railroad industry. Deming is located within the Upper Chihuahuan Desert climate zone. The climate is dry, hot, and breezy. Summer temperatures often exceed 100 °F (38 °C), but the altitude (4,300 feet (1,300 m)) and dry air sometimes make summer days more comfortable than one would expect given the high temperature. Deming is a city in Luna County, New Mexico, United States, 60 miles (97 km) west of Las Cruces and 35 miles (56 km) north of the Mexican border.
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Cobaw Station Camping Retreat

4 sites · RVs, Tents1 acre · Deming, NM
Deming: Looking for the best hiking in Deming? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Deming. The city is within the Gadsden Purchase of 1853, which was acquired from Mexico specifically to provide a southern route for a railroad to connect the United States with California. Deming was founded in 1881 and incorporated in 1902, and is named after Mary Ann Deming Crocker, wife of Charles Crocker, one of the Big Four of the California railroad industry. Deming is located within the Upper Chihuahuan Desert climate zone. The climate is dry, hot, and breezy. Summer temperatures often exceed 100 °F (38 °C), but the altitude (4,300 feet (1,300 m)) and dry air sometimes make summer days more comfortable than one would expect given the high temperature. Deming is a city in Luna County, New Mexico, United States, 60 miles (97 km) west of Las Cruces and 35 miles (56 km) north of the Mexican border.
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Sunshine Valley Getaway

1 site · RV1 acre · Ventura, NM
Learn more about this land:Greetings Hipcampers! Come relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the Sunshine Valley area outside of Deming, New Mexico! Great area for RV's, camping, quads, dirt biking or you can hike in nearby Rockhound State Park, Visit Deming (Old Western Town) or Las Cruces. 4x4 or AWD vehicle strongly recommended! The roads that lead up to the property are paved, then gravel for a bit before they turn into dirt roads for the last mile or so! Most of the photos are from the campsite itself, but a few are from nearby destinations or along the freeway. GPS Coordinates for the center of the property: 32°03'33.8"N 107°27'18.7"W The property is nestled in between paradise and quail road. I used google maps to navigate to this location! Time to property Albuquerque, NM: 4 hours Tucson, Arizona: 4 hours El Paso, Texas: 2 hours Grand Canyon: 8.5 hours White Sands National Park: 2 hours Gila National Forest (NM): 2.5 hours Chiricahua National Monument: 4 hours Lincoln National Forest: 3 hours Roswell, New Mexico: 4 hours Amazing views of the Florida mountains, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. A majestic landscape with plenty of space! Campground includes a fire pit, American flag, and reflectors at the front of the property as well as pavers that have been sprayed painted orange on the backside of the property.
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Cactus Cowboy Ranchette

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · Ventura, NM
Primitive open-air campsite three miles east of the Florida mountains in the Chihuahuan Desert of Luna County New Mexico. Enjoy extraordinary views of nature and solitude at our quiet remote location blessed with very low light pollution for spectacular views of night skies, glorious sunrises and stunning sunsets. Wildlife includes mostly small animals like rabbits, prairie dogs, turtles, lizards, field mice and kangaroo mice. Bigger animals such as deer antelope and the occasional cow. Beware of scorpions, rattlesnakes, coyotes and cougars. This undeveloped parcel of land has no water, power or toilets available. Our lonesome campsite will accommodate a large camp party. Dry campers, RVs, Boondockers, Skoolies, Van dwellers, Tent campers, hikers, bikers, horse riders, off-roaders welcome. Please respect the beauty of nature with no fireworks or trash. Pack-in pack-out policy. The road coming in is very narrow and lined with mesquite bushes. Off-road vehicles are highly recommended, as dirt roads can get soft depending on weather. We are roughly 27 Miles from Deming and 50 Miles to Las Cruces. It is about 16 miles by road to Exit 102 on Interstate 10.
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Looking to go camping near Santa Teresa, New Mexico? Hipcamp has over 2,200 options to choose from, with accommodations starting as low as $9 per night. Whether you're into glamping or roughing it in a tent, you'll find the perfect spot. Check out the top-rated campsites like Hot Springs Glamp Camp (101 reviews), Camp Rio (95 reviews), and Desenrascanco Camp (46 reviews). Enjoy popular amenities like cooking equipment and toilets, and indulge in activities such as swimming, biking, and wildlife watching.

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