The property is located within 15-20 miles of Belen, NM.
The beautiful Manzano Mountains can be admired from the property.
Located close to the Rio Grande River.
This property is located within an hour drive to Albuquerque, NM and is also accessible to Rio Metro train service – also a travel time of one hour.
There are many nature outdoor activities available in the area: hiking, bird watching, fishing, hunting, etc.
No utilities are provided on the property.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 55% off
The vibe at 1/2 Acre MT View Property
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This 1/2 acer lot is exactly that, an empty 1/2 acer lot among hundreds of others in this abandoned subdivision on a high plain in the middle of nowhere New Mexico. I was able to navigate to the site via GPS, but once there there was no real way to tell if I was on the propper 1/2 acer I paid to camp on and not on another 1/2 acer plot. But that's besides the point, my AWD vehicle barely made it to the site and what I believed to be the site was overgrown with bushes, so there was no room to park my vehicle and no open spot large enough to pitch a tent. I didn't camp there. I found a nice open spot to camp about a half a klick west, on one of the old subdivision "roads", technically not on anybody's property. I also don't recommend this site during the late summer monsoons, it's super exposed. A severe thunderstorm rolled in at sunset and lightning was striking the ground within miles of the camp. I literally ripped up stakes and bugged out within 15 minutes. I just made it out to a paved road before the torrential downpour hit and lightning strikes surrounded me. It was super dangerous being that exposed. So seeing that i didn't set up camp at the paid spot and I had to bug out due to severe weather, I should get a refund. But it was really cheap (you get what you pay for) and I suggest that the owner use that fee to at least mark his property boundaries, and clear a spot to park and pitch a tent. I also suggest he warn potential campers about lighting danger during monsoon season and suggest 4WD to get there. Beautiful views for sure, but the owner needs to add some value because there are better "free" spots right next to his.