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UPDATE: The Carson National Forest is currently closed (6-27-18) due to severe fire danger.   This means all roads, trails, day use sites, etc are closed until further notice.  Taos County currently is in a burn ban, and all outdoor fires, fireworks, and charcoal bbqs are prohibited.   Please abide by all fire restrictions and use propane stoves while camping.  12. 35 acres of Continue reading...

UPDATE: The Carson National Forest is currently closed (6-27-18) due to severe fire danger.  This means all roads, trails, day use sites, etc are closed until further notice. 

Taos County currently is in a burn ban, and all outdoor fires, fireworks, and charcoal bbqs are prohibited.  Please abide by all fire restrictions and use propane stoves while camping. 

12.35 acres of beautiful land consisting of rolling basalt, ponderosa, pinon and juniper just 1 mile from the Carson National Forest. There is a large basalt flow that crosses the property, catching water and creating a beautiful oasis of wildflowers and trees in the summertime.

1/2 mile from the Petaca - a seasonal river that flows during snowmelt runoff. 

360° views of the Sangre de Cristo from the Spanish Peaks in Colorado to Truchas in New Mexico.  You may see elk, deer, coyote, cattle, wild horses, hawks and other bird species.

The property has an E911 address, allowing for emergency services to locate the property during the event of an emergency. Road is accessible by sedans during summer months, but may need AWD or 4x4 during inclement weather or during winter. 

There is a pergola on the east side of the bus that provides shade and shelter. Outhouse with great views of the mountains. Bus is currently being renovated and is not available for use.

Hunting camps welcome during spring and fall seasons. Plenty of room to sight in your rifles on site. Please pick up shell casings.  

Ride your horses to the national forest. Corral posts set up, bring electric solar fence for horses during your stay.

Tres Piedras is known for its spectacular hunting and fishing, rock climbing, archaeology and solitude. The rock climbing area is located at the intersection of Tres Piedras and offers amazing crag, top rope and bouldering. It is located on private property with public access allowed. Please respect the property owner instructions at the entrance to the rocks. 

27 miles to Antonito, Colorado
30 miles to Taos
45 miles to Espanola
19 miles to Lake Hopewell - amazing fishing and hiking
1 mile to National Forest Boundary

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans, trailers, rv & moto...
No. of sites
1 bookable site
RV details
Max length 20ft
RV hookups
None
Access
Park at listing
Group sizes
Up to 12 people per site
No potable water
Bring your own water, purify from pump
Fires allowed
Firewood provided, communal fire ring, wood bur...
Toilet available
Pit toilet
Pets allowed
Off leash
No showers
Pack it out
No picnic table
No wifi
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  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Moderate
  • On arrival: Go straight to camp
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out
    Desert
    Forest
    Beach
    Cave
    Hot spring
    Lake
    Redwoods
    River, stream or creek
    Swimming hole
    Waterfall
    Biking
    Fishing
    Hiking
    Horseback riding
    OHV
    Climbing
    Snow sports
    Wildlife watching
    Boating
    Paddling
    Wind sports
    Surfing
    Swimming
    Whitewater paddling

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    Property
    Rancho Conejo (Rabbit Ranch)
    State
    New Mexico
    $10/night
    1 Site