Desert Country setting minutes from the city. Water and electricity are available. Beautiful mountain views in all directions. Plenty of RV and Camper trailer parking available. Horse Stalls are also available for an extra fee.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Campers can go fishing in the nearby NMSU Duck Pond (Alumni Pond) 2.8 miles away
Horse Stalls are available but campers must have horse insurance or must sign a waiver before horses can be brought onto the pr...Read more
There is a climbing wall at the University Activity Center open to the public at a small fee. There is also rope climbing in th...Read more
Ski Apache is 2 hrs east
Lots of wild life on the property including rabbits, lizards, snakes, and birds.
Natural features you'll find at 5 Acre Horse Ranch in New Mexico.
Truth or Consequences Hot springs are 1 hour north of Las Cruces.
River, stream or creek
Arroyo runs through the property
6 covered horse stalls are available. Must have horse insurance or sign waiver.
The vibe at 5 Acre Horse Ranch
Places to see near Rancho Ayahuasca
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Cheap affordable no frills place to camp. Close proximity to other places in town but felt secluded enough. Home on the property, but still felt private. Ed, the host was easy to communicate with and responded to phone calls and texts quickly. Would camp here again.
Safe sanctuary to park & bonfire :)
A really pretty lot in the city of las Cruces. There were trees to give you privacy from the neighbors and the house, and it was a cool space and I felt really safe as a young woman solo adventurer:)
Needed somewhere last minute to park my Jeep on my road trip, and this was so easy and nice. It’s close to civilization so it was easy stopping at a gas station nearby to fill up and get snacks:)
Got in at 9pm and just drove right to the spot I reserved on hipcamp:) They allow bonfires so I made a little fire in a fire pit on the spot I reserved with some firewood I picked up at a gas station nearby and chilled a little warming my toes by the fire wrapped in my quilt before curling up in the back of my Jeep for the night:)
Then when the sun rose I said goodbye to this safe sanctuary, stopped at Sportsman’s Warehouse which was nearby to grab a couple camping things, then off to white sands national monument where I had a magical experience back country camping, it was about an hour away and a really pretty/easy drive:)
Ed was awesome responding to texts when I had questions—thank you so much for having me on your land, I’m really grateful :)