Camp near our canyon rim overlooking Madrid, NM! Just 20 miles south of Santa Fe along the Turquoise Trail, Scaramanga Ranch is a majestic 25-acre film production site with epicsunrises and sunsets, surreal views, dynamic elevations and diverse terrain. Hike along our 2500 ft and 150 ft deep canyon or venture inside tostroll Goodnight's Gulch. Scaramanga's owners are producers
Camp near our canyon rim overlooking Madrid, NM! Just 20 miles south of Santa Fe along the Turquoise Trail, Scaramanga Ranch is a majestic 25-acre film production site with epic sunrises and sunsets, surreal views, dynamic elevations and diverse terrain. Hike along our 2500 ft and 150 ft deep canyon or venture inside to stroll Goodnight's Gulch. Scaramanga's owners are producers who live and work on site. Between filming, the GLBT-friendly ranch is available to adult campers age 21 and up. Zero light pollution means excellent stargazing and nebulas seen with the naked eye. Roast marshmellow or grill over your own campfire! Quartz veins, unique minerals and fossils can be found all over the property. Chickens and peacocks are in the aviaries. Dogs and hornes welcome. You'll feel isolated in wilderness, yet just a 10-minute walk to boutique shops, bars, restaurants, and a coffee bar. Netflix, Amazon, Better Call Saul and Roswell have been here so why not you?
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Cycling and mountain biking are a thing here so pedal to your heart's content.
Boating in the desert is awkward. But, Cochiti Lake is less than an hour away.
Love trout? The beautiful Pecos River is 45-minutes away (they are so abundant you don't need a rod, any blunt instrument will ...Read more
Turn in any direction and start walkin'. Coolest cemetery ever and old mine ruins are a few minutes walk. In addition to our di...Read more
Guests with privately-owned horses are permitted horseback riding on property. Fore everyone else, a horse riding experience is...Read more
If you're into this stuff just keep it behind closed doors. No one wants to see your business.
Our average wind speed 16 mph, ideal for: losing drones, hang gliding, frisbee, kiting, ball throwing, anything Nerf.
ATV/UTV are allowed on dirt roads only. We can't have you all willy-nilly on our scenic virgin landscape.
Each guest must sign our indemnification waiver. You are solely responsible for your own wellbeing and injury. Just strolling ...Read more
Great skiing at Ski Santa Fe is within 15 minutes of the Historic Santa Fe Plaza. And it's not crazy commercialized like Colora...Read more
Huntington Beach is a mere 780 minutes from Scaramanga Ranch.
Swimming is for losers. What you really want to do is relax at Ten Thousand Waves Spa which is ten minutes from Santa Fe Plaza.
Racist behavior of any kind is not tolerated. Who cares what color the water is? Anyways, river rafting is about 45 minutes nor...Read more
Birdwatchers, ensure "Circle of Life" by Sir Elton John is on your playlist because the bobcats and coyotes love to watch birds...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Scaramanga Ranch Film Site in New Mexico.
If you love sandy beach you'll love this state. However, New Mexico never jumped on the beach and ocean combo. Seriously, it's ...Read more
Caves are abundant in the area. Unless you're a professional snake wrangler AND circus animal trainer we highly suggest staying...Read more
Ah, the good ol' day. Shoulda been here back in the Paleozoic era when New Mexico was Florida.
Scaramanga Ranch is nestled within native desert-forest. But, if you're looking for flat boring stuff head for Texas.
Guess this was a two-part question. Again, Scaramanga Ranch is nestled within native desert-forest.
Montezuma Hot Springs is 1 hour 35 minutes from Scaramanga Ranch.
Cochiti Lake is 53 minutes and Fenton Lake is one incredible scenic drive away.
Mesa or canyon
Got ya covered! Every RV, Camp and tent site has been upgraded to a view of Hi-Fat Canyon; a 2500' long, 300' deep canyon.
You are surrounded by the Ortiz mountains and epic mesas.
Prairie, meadow, or plain
You did not come to New Mexico for boring landscape otherwise you'd be in Idaho or Iowa.
Due to a California lawsuit all New Mexico redwoods have been replaced by fir, spruce, pine, juniper, cedar, birch, oak, and co...Read more
River, stream or creek
Scaramanga Ranch is an hour and fifteen from the historic Pecos River and an hour from the most scenic parts of the Rio Grande,...Read more
Suburban or backyard
New Mexicans love outsiders until they find them meandering on their property, at which point they REALLY love AR-15's. Save yo...Read more
Traveler Advice: If you find a hole in New Mexico, do not swim in it. It will not end well.
Nambe Falls, Jemez Falls and Lower Frijoles Falls are all within an hour or so drive. Just a heads up, they ain't no Niagra.
Guests arriving between June and September may witness what happens when dry desert meets a megacrazy rain. And the best views ...Read more
We have chickens and a peahen. The peahen is domesticated and loves Superworms from PetCo.
Scaramanga is a "film production" ranch. Occasionally you may see free-ranging film crew, which are farm raised for their rich ...Read more
The 4-minute drive from paved NM-14 is a bumpy dirt road. RV, Camper, and vehicle parking is on unpaved earth. Lamborghini and ...Read more