Hipcamp host Patrick
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Before WWII the Spartan Aircraft Company was an aeronautical college and airplane manufacturer. After the war the Spartan factory, enhanced by wartime production, restructured itself to address the great need for housing. After lots of soul searching, our 32’ Spartanette embraced his roots by asking renowned Taos aerial photographer Chris Dalh’berdine to help him find his Continue reading...

Before WWII the Spartan Aircraft Company was an aeronautical college and airplane manufacturer. After the war the Spartan factory, enhanced by wartime production, restructured itself to address the great need for housing. After lots of soul searching, our 32’ Spartanette embraced his roots by asking renowned Taos aerial photographer Chris Dalh’berdine to help him find his ancestors airborne perspective. Inside you’ll find stunning aerial photos of the Taos landscape, a spacious layout and sprawling mountain views. Let Christopher remind you it’s always good to reflect on where you came from and dream about where you’ll go next.Luxuriously sleeps 2, but will happily accommodate 4 adventurers.

Accommodation provided
Rv or trailer provided
No. of sites
1 bookable site
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 3 people per site
Potable water available
Spigot, tap
Fires allowed
Firewood provided
Toilet available
Flush toilet
Pets allowed
Showers available
Hot water
Bins available
Trash bin
No picnic table
Wifi available
Have a question? Send Patrick a message!
  • Check in: After 3PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
  • Weeknight discount: 25% off
    Desert
    Forest
    Beach
    Cave
    Hot spring
    Lake
    Redwoods
    River, stream or creek
    Swimming hole
    Waterfall
    Biking
    Fishing
    Hiking
    Climbing
    Snow sports
    Whitewater paddling
    Wildlife watching
    Boating
    Horseback riding
    Paddling
    Wind sports
    OHV
    Surfing
    Swimming

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    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
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    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
    John J.'s photo at Vintage Trailer with Open Skies
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    Hipcamper John
    John
    recommends this listing.
    November 13th, 2017

    I think my great experience first starts with Patrick, your host. Aside from being very accommodating he really gave the impression he loved what he does. Told us about the brief history of the place, their goals, and wanted to help you find stuff to do in the area.

    The lot and where we stayed is awesome. It's on the outskirts of town and extremely close to the gorge. If you're willing to hike down its only a few miles down the road to some hot springs, but not the "touristy" kind. We stayed in "Yogi" their newest unit, and it was perfect for two. My girlfriend and I spent the evening playing cards and then went next door to their local brewery. An extremely fun bluegrass band was playing and some locals were there dancing away. We had never been to New Mexico before, and it was a treat. The next morning we roamed their square and did a little shopping around some their stores.

    Without being too long winded I think it's safe to say this is worth your visit. The aesthetic, the host, the beautiful area of New Mexico it's all in one and for a very reasonable price.

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    Property
    Hotel Luna Mystica
    State
    New Mexico
    $95/night
    1 Site