Hiking on Private Property as well as BLM and New Mexico State Park Property. Two miles away from a natural formation called Slot Canyon. Fishing on the Rio Grande. Hiking and climbing, nearby caves. Some controlled, slow quad vehicle exploration. Nearby is the Martinez Roping Arena, were they have regular Saturday Rodeo competitions. Caballo lake is just 30 miles away
Hiking on Private Property as well as BLM and New Mexico State Park Property. Two miles away from a natural formation called Slot Canyon. Fishing on the Rio Grande. Hiking and climbing, nearby caves. Some controlled, slow quad vehicle exploration. Nearby is the Martinez Roping Arena, were they have regular Saturday Rodeo competitions. Caballo lake is just 30 miles away. Dancing at the Blue Moon Bar is 7 miles away. accomodations are under development and will have more available to campers in near future. Call for more information.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Chiricahua Camp Site in New Mexico.
Places to see near Kenneth R.’s Land
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Comfortable and restorative
It was a delightful adventure. Kenneth is an engaging host, making sure needs are provided for. Bye even made breakfast! There’s an indoor lodge option in the heat and plenty to explore. We had a small bonfire when the stars came up. All in all, it’s a great stop outside of Las Cruces.
Quiet and peaceful spot with only occasional road noise during the day. The host was excellent and welcoming. Our rig was a little big for the usual spot so he set us up down the hill in a very nice location. Watching the sunrise over the mountain was the highlight of the stay.
Rural ranch site
This rural ranch site is a great place to spread out and get comfortable. The warm and engaging host is generous with his time and access to common areas where one can sit around a campfire, use a primitive but effective shower or borrow some space in a lodge area if you want to visit with others. He also shares lots of interesting things to see and do in the area. The views are beautiful and quail and rabbits entertaining.
I actually didn’t get the pleasure of camping at the campsite because my youngest boy got sick, so we had to cancel unfortunately. But Kenneth is the nicest host I’ve ever had the opportunity to talk to!!!! He offered an awesome upgrade to a camper without any hesitation! He was very welcoming. I’m from out of state and he helped me figure out how close the campsite was to certain things. I am truly looking forward to actually getting to camp at this campsite!