Pitch a tent in the Low Field above the Rio Hondo, with clear views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. You can hike down to the John Dunn Bridge on the Rio Grande for a swim, take a hike in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, or head out on a mountain bike on the Horsethief Mesa Trails.
- 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
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
John dunn bridge is the put-in for the lower box section of the rio grande. depending on water flow, this is a class 3-4 run a...Read more
Epic kayak run just below the house - the taos box is a 14 mile class 3/4 run for normal flows. https://www.americanwhitewater...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Arroyo Hondo Mountain View in New Mexico.
There are two hot springs in close proximity - black rock hot springs is a short walk off the road just across john dunn bridge...Read more
Places to see near Hondo Fields
The vibe at Arroyo Hondo Mountain View
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I loved getting to stay on this property. It was the most serene experience waking up to the sunrise peeking in through my tent with the view of the mountains. It's a great spot if you'd rather have a lookout of the landscape. It's perfect for dogs, too. My pups were off leash and got to play with their dogs. We all had a blast.
We had a great night's sleep at Hondo Fields. Woke up to a beautiful view after a comfortable night's rest. We didn't have a chance to meet Carl or use any of the amenities but the visit gave us what we needed which was a place to pitch our tent outside of Taos for a night.
Cell service was a bit tricky for us so we had some nerves before finding our destination -- on the map the road you need to turn onto shows up as B006 rather than the name given/actually on the road sign. But we made it and it was all good!
Lots to check out in the area for outdoor recreation and close enough to Taos to pop in and out for in-town activities.