Largo Rim Ranch

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About Largo Rim Ranch

Hipcamp host lillian
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Incredible vistas, unspoiled wilderness, petrogliphs, caves and hiking trails, fresh water springs. 1,000 plus acres. Private camp sites and a cabin, guided and unguided tours. Overlooking Sabinoso Wilderness! Magic, wonder and the nurturing Mother Earth can offer when she is uninterupted for decades. Make memories, take plenty of picts, leave her as you found her, and you Read more...

Incredible vistas, unspoiled wilderness, petrogliphs, caves and hiking trails, fresh water springs. 1,000 plus acres. Private camp sites and a cabin, guided and unguided tours. Overlooking Sabinoso Wilderness!

Magic, wonder and the nurturing Mother Earth can offer when she is uninterupted for decades. Make memories, take plenty of picts, leave her as you found her, and you can be sure she will abide in your heart.

Fires are allowed
Firewood provided, Fire ring, Fire ring w/ grill
Potable water is available
Pump or well, Bottled water or jugs
Pets are not allowed
Have a question? Send lillian a message!
  • Listing type: Private
  • No. of sites: 6
  • Accessible by: Drive
  • Accommodation: Cabins & Lodging
  • Check in after: 2PM
  • Check out before: 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: None
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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Hipcamper Andy

Let me start by saying - I've stayed at many, many Hipcamps. This is my favorite.

It's quite the trek to get to Largo Rim Ranch. We drove in from the south and spent roughly 80-90 miles on a road with nothing else in sight. If you're coming from Santa Fe or Las Vegas, it's not as long. But then you get on the dirt road for 25 miles. It might sound a bit crazy, but it's definitely worth it.

The cabin is a cozy, 100+ year old, two room structure that originally served as a schoolhouse for the children of the original homesteaders in the area. It's been renovated with the utmost care utilizing as many of the original materials and building techniques as possible.

The ranch comprises of over 1000 acres and it will take you a while to see it all. The ranch sits atop a plateau and has stunning views overlooking a canyon and the Sabinoso Wilderness area. Along the hillside, there are a number of caves that were the homes to Native Americans in the area years ago. You can still find petroglyphs on the outside of the caves. The property also has a large lake and tons of hiking.

This is not really a place to stay at while you visit a nearby destination. Largo Rim Ranch IS the destination. Ideally, you come here and stay for 2-3 days, because that's what it's going to take to really explore this place.

I really can't say enough good things about this place. Just visit Largo Rim Ranch. You won't regret it.

Property
Largo Rim Ranch
State
New Mexico
$40/night
Cabin & Lodging: 6 Sites