The Santa Fe Treehouse Camp and wilderness education nature preserve features 160 acres of highland desert forest. The land is covered in juniper, piñon, and ponderosa pine, and various cactus plants. The mountain wildlife campers enjoy seeing during various times of the year include curious broad-winged hummingbirds, shy cottontail rabbits, skittish lizards, grey fox and mo
The Santa Fe Treehouse Camp and wilderness education nature preserve features 160 acres of highland desert forest. The land is covered in juniper, piñon, and ponderosa pine, and various cactus plants. The mountain wildlife campers enjoy seeing during various times of the year include curious broad-winged hummingbirds, shy cottontail rabbits, skittish lizards, grey fox and more.
The Santa Fe Treehouse Camp is perfect for RV stays, tent camping or for sleeping out under the stars. The amenities included with your reservation are all-hours access to the outdoor kitchen with a community fridge, stove, microwave, propane grill, blender, coffee makers, plates, bowls, cooking and eating utensils. Also available is the bath house with flush toilets, sinks, and showers.
Additionally, there a several rustic treehouse structures on the property as part of the legacy of this 30+ year old summer camp. (See separate Treehouse Cabin listing).
The RV sites are all located around one large central parking area. (check photos)
We host families searching for a nostalgic, unplugged getaway, friends and/or couples seeking a natural refuge from the daily grind, as well as solo campers looking for peace and quiet and a clear view of the celestial grandeur of the sun’s cycle or the brilliant show of stars in the night sky.
The camp is located about 20 minutes from Museum Hill, 25 minutes from Meow Wolf, Old Town Santa Fe Plaza and just 15 minutes to delicious food at Harry's Roadhouse or Cafe Fina. Tree House Camp includes 160 acres of land bordering the US Forest Service area. There are beautiful views and easy access to Shaggy Peak, the southernmost tip of the Rocky Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. Wander our land to enjoy a 20 minute hike to a creek (in wet weather) in the forest or climb up Shaggy Peak (about 2-7 hour round trip hiking, depending on your activity level). We look forward to sharing this unique, magical place with you in the “Land of Enchantment."
NOTE: Be aware we are up a 2 mile dirt road with some hills and the roads can be snowy or muddy in early spring, late fall and winter.
Please note that RV site prices are for the first 2 people. Please add any additional guests 13 years and up to your reservation. (0-4 years old free, 5-12 years old 1/2 price, 13 and up $15 fee. To pay the half priced child fee please notify me and plan to pay by cash or PayPal when you arrive.)
To help maintain the tranquility of our guests stays we are taking these steps to curb late arrivals.
We recommend you consider arriving while it is still light out. For one it makes locating us easier and you will get to experience our beautiful sunsets and have more time to enjoy on this enchanted hilltop!
Checkin times are now as follows:
4-8pm in fall, winter, spring
4-9:45pm in summer
(Note: Quiet hours are from 10pm-8am)
A $20 late fee will be charged from 8pm-11pm in fall, winter, spring and 9:45-11pm in summer. If you arrive after these times host has the right to refuse entry without a refund, double the late fee or place you in a site they feel will be the least obtrusive to other guests. It is your responsibility to keep the host notified of your changing ETA.
Please do not come before 4pm without prior permission.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Treehouse Camp RV in New Mexico.
River, stream, or creek
You can hike down to a creek on the National Forest land which borders our property.
The vibe at Treehouse Camp RV
Places to see near Santa Fe Treehouse Camp
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Magical moon rises and hiking
Up front I want to say my wife and I had a great.time. The astronomy night class was excellent, we went on 2 stunning hikes, and had a private camping experience. However, this is not really a RV type experience. If you like to cabin camp or car camp, this place is hard to beat with all it has to offer. If you are in an RV, you park in a basic parking lot. We lucked out because the 2 other RV spaces were empty the entire time we were there. If there were other RVs, it would have felt crowded. The hosts were awesome the entire time we were there. They made sure we were aware of the trails, the cook house, the showers, and all the other great thing they have to offer. For reference, I have a 19 foot toy hauler and pull with a F250. The hills coming in and out are steep and narrow. Had to lock out the hubs for the final push to the camp. Not for the timid RVer. Also, it is not a pull through situation. You better be fairly comfortable getting out of a tight spot for a larger rig. Challenging, but not impossible. While our RV experience was not quite what we expected, my wife and I are planning on going back during the winter months and will be staying at one of their awesome cabins.
Lovely people, lovely location
Unreliable location and creation. We hit this expertly appointed retreat on our way home from Colorado. It was a one night stop that’d I wished we could have turned into several more. Most definitely will be back!
Stunning spot & wonderful host
Ciana was so nice and welcoming- I don’t think I’ve ever met a kinder person in my life! She let us check in two hours late & stayed up to greet us and show us to our site. On top of the kind service (which alone would have been enough to being me back) the spot was stunning. Nestled in trees and a beautiful view of the sunrise behind the tops of trees, it was definitely a winner. Plus, there’s a bathroom with showers (!!), fire pits, and other resources offered by the host. 10/10 would recommend.
This location and hosts were so hospitable! We arrived in our RV with four kiddos under the age of 5 and it was a wonderfully beautiful and secluded spot where we could roast marshmallows and look at stars. When the kids went to bed, adults could enjoy the outdoor fire pit and relax. The showers were a plus and very well maintained. Would have loved electrical hookup, but was fun to experience a night without it. Would stay here again!
Amazing mountain gem
This is an AMAZING place! Brad and Ciana are doing an awesome job as stewards of the land and creating experiences for people. We stumbled across this listing late in the day and snagged an RV spot last minute. Ciana was super communicative and welcomed us when we got there. We even arrived just in time for a star walk/talk with Brad. Gorgeous property and great people. Only wish we had time to stay longer! Highly recommend and will be back. Sections of the road were a little small for a full size RV but certainly passable.