The artist's cabin was an incredible place to get away for a night and get closer to nature. It was awesome to be so close to the national forest, I was amazed at how remote the cabin felt and how "in nature' it seemed for how easy it was to access off a major roadway. I will definitely be coming back!
We had an amazing time at Serenity Mountain, we will 100% be returning and look forward to camping there again- we stayed in site 7 which was down the hill and tucked with a decent amount of privacy, the views were breathtaking! The site also has a fire pit with a grate to cook on, but no table or formal seating. I recommend bringing chairs / camp table if possible.
Access to the site was perfect- a short drive on a dirt / gravel road and a short ~40 yard walk to the site.
The only downside to tent camping here was that there was limited "flat" space and not a ton of great places to pitch a tent. Would not be great for groups with many tents but we were able to find a perfectly suitable spot.
The Treehouse Cabins are simply amazing- not only that, but the entire property itself is an incredible place to spend time outside and connect with nature. We stayed in one of the treehouse cabins- we used our sleeping bags on the bunk style cots and slept great.
The location is perfectly located outside of Santa Fe, far enough to be in nature but close enough that you're surrounded by lots of activities and things to do.
One of the best parts of the trip was the communal kitchen and fire ring. We had a great time getting to know our fellow campers and our hosts Brad and Ciana.
We had the most amazing time at SpiritWorks- it's one of the most unique and interesting Hipcamp's i've ever been to. Where do I begin? There's a ton of really great tent sites, most of them are very secluded and more or less all right down the hill from parking (so you're not camping among the cars, but you also have great access to your vehicle). The property has tons of awesome amenities, shower, hot tub, sauna, great cooking area, fire pit, and toilets. The farm itself is beautiful- there are hundreds of gorgeous flowers and herbs, and a whole gang of chickens. Only warning to note is the noise that comes with early morning roosters- made it hard to sleep in but was a welcoming reminder to get up and enjoy Montana.
We absolutely loved our stay at the Norwegian Wood Ranch Glamping sites- our canvas tent was very clean and well put together with everything we needed. There was fresh water, good lighting, trash, and the bed was great. We really enjoyed hanging out at the on site bar/restaurant the night we arrived, as well as exploring the farm during the day (and meeting the Scottish Highland Cows)- Rene the host is really great and a pleasure to chat with.
What an amazing spot! The pool is incredible, the flowers are beautiful, and the hosts were incredibly friendly and helpful. We parked our RV and hooked up to electrical hookups, other than a flipped breaker everything was seamless. They also helped us restore power quickly and easily!
We tried to visit the hut, but couldn't find it in the dark with the combination of snow and dense forest. It was a beautiful snow-shoe in and out, please be careful and prepared when visiting as the hut is ~1.5 miles trek in.