2.3 acres of undeveloped farmland on the banks of the Rio Grande, 3 miles from the charming little town of Dixon, NM, a haven for artists and vintners. Great galleries and wineries, plus a local brew pub within walking distance of the site. Not many amenities, but they're not far away. Access to apple, peach, pear, plum trees, and grapes when in season. Great for tent campin
2.3 acres of undeveloped farmland on the banks of the Rio Grande, 3 miles from the charming little town of Dixon, NM, a haven for artists and vintners. Great galleries and wineries, plus a local brew pub within walking distance of the site. Not many amenities, but they're not far away. Access to apple, peach, pear, plum trees, and grapes when in season. Great for tent camping or a small trailer. Close to beautiful hiking, the Rio Grande Gorge, Taos. New Wave Rafting is nearby, for white water adventures. Gorgeous views, good people if you want company and privacy if you just want to watch the river go by...
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Fish for trout from the bank.
Beautiful hikes available in and around Dixon and in the Rio Grande Gorge Recreation Area.
New Wave Rafting is right next door, offering white-water rafting and kayaking for different skill levels.
Elk are common in the winter months.
Natural features you'll find at Riverside Refuge in New Mexico.
The vibe at Riverside Refuge
Places to see near Aurolyn L.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Aurolyn was very accessible by phone and very helpful. Suggestion: create better directional signage to campsite. Observations: misleading description provided including site IS NOT on the Rio Grande but next to a small and shallow runoff "creek". The creek is muddy and the bank is conjested with weeds. The creek is uninviting with a very rough rock and pebble shore. You would not want to bath in this water. The local brew pub is a cool hangout but NOT within a safe walking distance. The property owner adjacent to the campsite has a FULL AND CLEAR view and can see EVERYTHING you do. There is no place to hide! The only time I attempted to use the "outhouse" near the site it was locked. I stayed an additional night only because I did not want hassle with taking down the campsite for this additional night.
We ended up not staying here because we miscalculated the drive time that day but Aurolyn was super nice in the phone and the directions to get here were really easy to follow.
I would stay here on another trip for sure!
Beautiful spot right on the river! Great fruit stand down the road and a quick trip into Taos! My kids loved exploring and were sad we had to leave early because of fires close by causing bad air quality:(
A peaceful place
This spot is ideal for those who wish to familiarize themselves with the Rio Grande and all the charming communities and history and absolutely breathtaking beauty surrounding it. We enjoyed exploring the spot and birdwatching on the banks