Sombra Antigua Winery is built near that famous Camino Real trail, three miles from Interstate 10 in the agriculturally rich Mesilla valley which is below the Franklin and Organ Mountains. If you need electric please reserve site 1. If you are roughing it Sites 2-5 are probably more your speed. Your camp site will have access to a working winery and tasting room, open Thursd
Sombra Antigua Winery is built near that famous Camino Real trail, three miles from Interstate 10 in the agriculturally rich Mesilla valley which is below the Franklin and Organ Mountains. If you need electric please reserve site 1. If you are roughing it Sites 2-5 are probably more your speed. Your camp site will have access to a working winery and tasting room, open Thursday thru Sunday from noon to 6, where you can enjoy live music and food on weekends. Located one mile from the Rio Grande, half way between Las Cruces, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas, you are no more than thirty minutes from numerous amenities in both cities. Your campsite offers beautiful open sunsets, sunrises and wild life experiences. Tasting room purchases can also be made by appointment and Hip-campers get a %5 Wine Discount. Cellular signal is 4G 2 to 4 bars consistently.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 9 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
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Ice 10 pound bag
Please text Chris when on site and able to receive
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Propane tank with trade of empty
Must provide empty tank to get this price.
Propane tanks without trade in tank
This is cost without trading out an empty tank
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Highway 28 is known road cycling route, and there are many mountain bike trails throughout the Franklin and Organ mountains
Organ Mountain trails, Tom Mays Franklin Mountain state park, Rio Grande walking trail, Hueco Tanks , most are within a 45 min...Read more
Numerous ranches available, Miller Farms being only one of many options in area.
Many desert and mountain off-road sites within 30 minutes of the campsite
Hueco mountain park is a 45 minute drive away. Guadalupe mountain range is 2.5 hours away.
Numerous birds species on or around property
Natural features you'll find at Sombra Antigua Winery in New Mexico.
Organ mountain range and Franklin range are only a 20-30 minute drive away with numerous trails
We are surrounded by pecan orchards and have a grass field for tenters
River, stream, or creek
Rio Grande with its seasonal flow is only a 5 minute drive away.
Mesilla Valley Bosque park is 30 minutes away
Site is on a working vineyard with pecan orchards and farmland surrounding
The vibe at Sombra Antigua Winery
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Fun campsite @sombra antigua winery
What a fun and nice campsite, located at Sombra Antigua Winery! We enjoyed the nice campfire, beautiful sunsets and local red wines. Sally was nice, welcoming and insightful. We met the owners on our way out, and they offered some great recommendations for Mexican food. And Chris kindly provided us with some firewood to keep us warm. We ran around the pecan trees and got a great view of the property during sunrise. Definitely worth a visit!
Friendly sweet winery
The winery and host were a delight.
When we arrived there was live music and we partook in wine and some local micro brews as well as purchasing 3 bottles of wine to go.
The actual sites are designed for tent camping or RV boondocking. These sites
were side by side on a dirt lot.
We were disappointed in two non-sites that offer electricity which we purchased additionally for $14.40.
One site butts up against the trash dumpster and the other was next to light pole in parking lot ( we chose the latter).
It was pricey compared to the last few hipcamps that we experienced with full hook ups and private sites.
However we did enjoy the winery and everyone we came in contact with Dakota, Josh and host Christopher were friendly, knowledgeable of the property and the wine.
A night under the stars.
This was a fantastic experience! To sleep under the stars at a winery! Great area with a fire pit and picnic bench and Christopher was very helpful offering us electricity and even water.
We also got a mini tasting (covid precautions) and purchased several bottles of their yummy wine.
We are really glad to find a place near El Paso that felt private and remote. We stayed during the off-season and got there around sunset for some socially distant camping. Met the very friendly hosts and employees and purchased a couple bottles of wine to enjoy, we definitely will come back and stay again when we have more time to spend.