Secluded high country camping in open ponderosa pine forest adjacent to large tract of national forest, a great place for mountain biking, hiking, or bring your own horse and ride. 20 minutes from El Malpais and El Morro national monuments. For that wilderness experience, sites are 300 yards from parking and 300 yards apart.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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I raise chicken, turkey, sheep and certified organic produce.
Camping spots rotate through unused sheep pasture. Sheep may very well be grazing just one fence away from your campsite.
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When we arrived we were warmly greeted. We parked at the main house and had a short hike to the camping site we chose. We had full access to explore the property. It is so quiet and secluded but not too far away from other attractions.
Since this is a hike in site, bringing limited gear or a wagon would help expedite getting settled. The host did drive most of our stuff in a small tractor/trailer.
What is provided: table, fire pit, help moving gear, toilet set up, and fire wood (dead branches on the ground are allowed to be gathered and used.)
Definitely plan to go back!
The site was quiet, with nice trees and star views. The hosts provide a fire ring, water, and small picnic table. The outhouse was very clean and just a short walk away from the site. Chris and King (their adorable giant dog) were very friendly. In beautiful area close to El Morro and Malpais.
The campsite was pristine. Because it's a few hundred yards from the parking area, it almost felt like wilderness backpacking. I say almost because the site included a picnic table, water, and a fire pit. Seeing Chris's organic farm operation was an added bonus.
Chris's farm is so beautiful and spacious. I stayed on a very clear night with a big full moon. She very warmly greeted me at her ranch and even showed me around the premises a bit. King, her sheepdog is also extremely friendly and serves as guard dog during the night!