Pitch your tent in one of our two unique campsites (Ceremony Field #1 and Apple Grove #2). Each site is right next to an acequia where water flows down from the mountain. The drinking water comes from our deep wells and there is on-site showers, bathrooms, and coin-op laundry facilities available for campers. Fires are not permitted at the campsite but we have a large community fire pit for you to gather around.
Our Goji berry farm is nestled in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in close proximity to Taos (11 miles) and is only thirty minutes to Taos Ski Valley & Red River. We are also near the DH Lawrence ranch (5 miles) and the Lama Foundation (7 miles).
We raise organic goji berries, chickens and goats. We also have an Eco-Lodge with historic rustic log cabins and adobe casitas for rent short and longer term.
The property is surrounded by the Carson National Forest and the land has creeks, ponds, aspens & cottonwood trees, flower gardens, stone paths, goji's, raspberry & apple orchards and breathtaking views of the mountains and the mesa. We use only green cleaners and recycle.
The historic casitas and cabins offer a great country retreat for writers and artists, couples who seek solitude and families who would like to experience living on a farm in the country side. It is a great place to just to to kick back in, take walks or fish. Our place is also a bird sanctuary and a couple of dedicated bird watchers counted up tp 100 different species! There is a play ground outside and we are adding animals to our petting zoo
Aldous Huxley and D.H. Lawrence lived and wrote here, so the writers who come here are in great company.
We are also a WWOOF host farm so during the spring and summer months the farm is full of projects and helping hands.
During summer we have fresh, organic vegetables available to guests and during late summer and fall there are plenty of apples to pick. We do have a small farm cafe, generally opening on Memorial Day and closing on Labor Day. We also serve pastries, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, yoghurt, berries and fritata for a suggested donation. We also offer a farm breakfast at 8am and a farm lunch at 1:30 am Monday to Friday with out wwoofers (willing workers on organic farms) for an extra fee. Please give us 24 hours notice. Massages, babysitting and horse trail rides are available by appointment.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 25% off
The vibe at Taos Goji Farm Campsites
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This is seriously a unique camping experience! You are camping on a farm under apple trees, next to goji berries, and in a field next to sunflowers! And they have a bathroom and shower on site for you to use, which is a bonus! It is such a beautiful place to camp with breathtaking views!
The Goji Farm was a delightful place to camp. Eric and Elizabeth were great hosts. It was nice to have access to the clean and charming bathroom/shower area, especially the outdoor shower. The farm is peaceful and quiet, and I also enjoyed seeing the farm animals in the morning. I would happily return, and I wish I could have spent more time there.
The people on this farm are just great, kind and helpful! It's got a sweet community feel. The area is so beautiful. We're a married couple with a child, and believe that this campsite is best for those who need a place to sleep, shower, and that's it. The walk to the site is quite a ways from parking area, and the vegetation isn't hospitable in terms of 'hanging out at the campsite' (not enough trees, too many grasshoppers... It's on farmland rather than forest). It's just a different feel, camping on someone's land vs. at a campground. Our child loved it due to the animals, playground, and other kids. The cost was $40 per night... A better deal to rent their glamping shed for $50 if you have 2 or less people.
I think the site pictures are a misrepresentation of the actual conditions of the property. In August the only site I could pitch a tent on was next to a large pumpkin field that is taken over by grasshoppers and mosquitos. The grasshoppers won, I left after one night.
Nice vibe with all the animals. Really enjoyed the chickens, turkeys, and lamas. We camped in the "apple orchard" which is the nicest spot. It's a bit of a walk to the restrooms, but nice and private. The field can get super hot (weather depending) but the grounds have some nice shelters in the communal spaces to hang out in if you are there during the heat of the day.