Small town atmosphere with big town convenience. Centrally located in New Mexico just 40 miles south of Albuquerque off Interstate 25, with many day trip places to visit such as: Madrid, an intriguing old mining town on the Turquoise Trail; Mountainair, the gateway to the east side of the Manzano Mountains where you can visit Capillo Peak, an 11,000 foot panorama of New Mexico,
Small town atmosphere with big town convenience. Centrally located in New Mexico just 40 miles south of Albuquerque off Interstate 25, with many day trip places to visit such as: Madrid, an intriguing old mining town on the Turquoise Trail; Mountainair, the gateway to the east side of the Manzano Mountains where you can visit Capillo Peak, an 11,000 foot panorama of New Mexico, yet easily accessed by a graded road; The Very Large Array, radio telescopes on display and working to find whatever may be "out there"; Drive or take the Railrunner train to Santa Fe to visit the Old Town area with it's storied shops and scrumptious places to eat authentic Southwestern Mexican food; Albuquerque has a Tram Ride to the top of the Sandia Mountains for more spectacular views, and is home to the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta and the Ben Abruzzo Balloon Museum and Old Town, the area first settled in Albuquerque and Ancient Petrogly[[hs; The Harvey House Museum, home of the Bugg Christmas lights year-round right here in Belen.
There are ancient cities nearby - explore the Indian Ruins within an hour of Belen. These are only few of the many places to visit in the Land of Enchantment.
If you bring your motorcycle then you have to experience New Mexico by riding through our mountains and endless miles of spectacular views of the Land of Enchantment. Nothing quite compares to it!!
And don't forget the winter snow areas, offering lots of exciting winter snow activities.
All this with just a 30 minutes - 2 hours drive time. If casinos are your preference we have several surrounding the Albuquerque area, with one serving the best Green Chile Cheeseburger in the country.
New Mexico is truly the "Land of Enchantment". (please note: any reservations made during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta during the month of October are subject to an increased nightly price)
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Close to rv park is sidewalk and ditch bank biking. Within 30 - 60 miles is mountain biking
Lake boating is approximately 115 miles away.
Small natural ponds within 20-60 miles, deep water fishing is approximately 115 miles away.
Mountain Hiking trails nearby.
There are some OHV trails within 2 miles.. Within 60 miles are mountain trails and sand dune trails. Other mountains area aro...Read more
Skiing, snowboarding, etc. within 50 miles. Have lift chairs.
Lake swimming about 115 miles away.
We have two migratory Wildlife Management areas within 50 miles, both on the Rio Grande.
Natural features you'll find at New Mexico the Land of Enchantment in New Mexico.
We are located in the high desert are New Mexico. Our elevation is 4800 feet above sea level.
The Sandia Mountains are located just east of Albuquerque. The Manzano Mountains are located just east of our location. All a...Read more
The vibe at New Mexico the Land of Enchantment
Places to see near Dixie M.’s Land
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Dixie and Lou were great hosts! We stayed in spot 3 next to their home. They helped us back in and get situated. They had a great Wi-Fi signal which was much appreciated working from the road! They gave us a lot of tips about trailer life (we are newbies) and Dixie put together helpful information about the area. It is about 30 mins from Albuquerque, and they mentioned the train to Santa Fe was just around the corner from there house - it would be a full day trip and we just didn’t have time to squeeze it in. Grocery stores and everything we needed was minutes away. Closest hiking was a 15 minute drive to El Cerrillos Peak - all in all, great stay!
We would not recommend this RV camp site. There was no sign outside identifying the campsite. Thus we could not find this business site. Owner did communicate with us by phone. Drove by the address we were given for the site but there were only three RVs with permanent hookup . There was no evidence of a public RV site. There was junk and tanks (chemicals?) behind the RVs. We found another campsite.