Upon driving onto the property, I was shocked and pleased by the upkeep and overall uniqueness of the place. The hosts were knowledgeable about the area and super interesting people! They told us about farming and talked a bit about the spiritual influence of the place. Everything was so intentionally laid out and the calming energy of the place was so apparent. The common area for cooking had every utensil & pot you could ever need, and the hosts provided fresh water and coffee and tea for the morning. The camping was elevated by above ground decks and comfortable mattresses inside of large tipis. At night we could look up and see the stars through the hole in the ceiling and in the morning, we woke up to the most amazing view of Mount Gunnison. Overall I highly highly recommend this spot. It isn't just a place to camp, but its a whole experience of its own.
This place was perfect. Its a sweet little getaway nestled in the pine trees. The cabin was comfortable and warm, and still felt like a true outdoors experience. We cooked our dinner over the outdoor stove that was great to use and the flame was easy to control to simmer our dish without burning it. The cabin is true to its name in that its an "artist cabin", there were sculptures hung on the walls which gave the place an authentic touch. The hosts of this sweet cabin are incredibly friendly and attentive, and quickly made themselves available if we needed it! Truly a unique and wonderful experience. I HIGHLY recommend this place!!
Ahh I absolutely LOVED this place. Its a working farm nestled in a canyon in the little town of Trampas, NM. First off, the drive was beautiful, you pass through all these small towns that look like something out of an old western film. We arrived at the site and were greeted by the friendly hosts who gave us a tour. The property has a small creek that runs through the place and several spots for tent camping with easy access to the water. We stayed in the glamper and loved it! I would recommend possibly bringing extra blankets or a sleeping bag, as it got pretty chilly overnight in the tent, and the blankets provided weren't quite enough. Our experience was great, I would definitely camp here again!
I cannot explain how beautiful this place is. The Airstream sits on the edge of the Rio Grande Gorge and it is so pretty. The views are amazing. However, you should definitely WEAR BOOTS to this location. There isn't really a trail from where you park your car to the airstream, and the area is completely overgrown with some gnarly cactus. I arrived in Chacos and quickly had to change to my trail runners for more protection, but it would have been even better if I had brought boots! The airstream is basically a shell, nothing too fancy on the inside. We set up our sleeping pads and sleeping bags inside and slept amazing! The way down to the boat shed requires a bit of route finding, scrambling, and climbing down some ladders that seem a little unsecured. If you're camping in the boat shed, no need to bring a bunch of gear because its all provided there, hammocks, cots, sleeping bags, lanterns, everything! This place is super unique and gorgeous.
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