The property is a hidden gem, tucked away in the majestic mountains of Mora, New Mexico. Campers are enveloped in green mountains and wildlife, as the property is tucked away in an apple and plum orchard. This quaint property is just up the road from one of New Mexico's most unique and tasty wineries: Las Nueva Ninas. The twisting and winding road from the winery to the prop
The property is a hidden gem, tucked away in the majestic mountains of Mora, New Mexico. Campers are enveloped in green mountains and wildlife, as the property is tucked away in an apple and plum orchard. This quaint property is just up the road from one of New Mexico's most unique and tasty wineries: Las Nueva Ninas. The twisting and winding road from the winery to the property cuts right through a lush green landscape that is home to turkey, elk, deer, fox and bear amongst other wildlife. Upon arriving to the property, the first level on the immediate left is designated for Truck and Van camping only. Further in to the orchard past the creek, to the right is parking for tent spaces #1 and #2. After parking, campers will find their way in to the paths that have been carved out of the orchard, leading to the camping sites. Camp #1 is completely surrounded by trees in the orchard and is a most unique experience. The camping experience is certain to make campers feel as if they are in mother nature's very own womb. Camp #2 is on the edge of the creek, and is absolutely green, lush and gorgeous. The campsite is several yards from the creek and on the bank of the creek is a bed of peppermint and has been nicknamed Peppermint Banks.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Rincon de Cielo - Majestic Views in New Mexico.
Places to see near Molina V.’s Land
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Spot #2 does have beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. You can hear traffic from road but I only heard two vehicles during our one night stay. The spot borders a creek but it contained only standing water when we stayed in late June. I'm guessing we were the first campers of the season because the entire campsite was overgrown with grass about three feet tall. The area was quiet and peaceful during the day but a dog just north of us barked loudly between 10pm and 2am during our one night stay.
Our family spent a fun and relaxing couple nights camping out at Molina and Angelo's property. Great communication ahead of time, relatively easy to get to, and felt welcomed when we got there. Beautiful country, lots of interesting birds make their home in the vegetation by the creek and tons of stars at night. Campsite was cozy and private too. The outhouses were clean and much appreciated.