• Glamping


Join us at the farm and enjoy spacious skies and socially distanced comfort. We are continuing to improve our glamping site daily. This year we will be installing an outdoor kitchen with espresso bar. Our classic bell tent has a super comfy queen bed memory mattress and relaxing hammocks. Pick your own produce is included in the price of your stay so you can enjoy a fresh salad or veggie stir fry. 

Latir Peak Wilderness

The farm is located at the base of the Latir Peak Wilderness. Latir Peak (12,708 feet) is the second-highest mountain in the Latir Group after Venado Peak. Despite not being the highest peak, it is still the most well-known of the entire group, and is the namesake of the surrounding Latir Peak Wilderness area. Latir Peak is the 12th highest ranked summit in New Mexico with 328 feet of prominence. The broad ridges and gentle slopes (all except the steeper loose western slopes) provide easy (Class 1-2) hiking routes to its large rounded summit.

Also in our backyard, for all you rock climbers, is the Questa Dome. Questa Dome proper is the centerpiece of multi-pitch climbing in the Taos area, with ~5 pitch routes on beautiful white granite. The climbs here range from 5.10-5.12, and have quality crack/slab climbing in the same style as parts of the S. Platte and the Organs.

Wild Rivers Recreation Area

The farm is across the street the Wild Rivers Recreation Area. The Wild Rivers Recreation Area is located within the Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument and along the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River and Red River Wild and Scenic River. Here visitors may experience the beauty of an 800-foot deep canyon sliced into volcanic flows by the Rio Grande (Spanish for Great River) and Red River where they come together.

Located in the high plains of northern New Mexico, this area is rich with history, rugged beauty, and enticing recreational opportunities. A back country byway, visitor center, campgrounds, picnic facilities, and trails are available for visitors. Several spectacular overlooks are found here, including La Junta Point, one of the most dramatic views in the state, overlooking the confluence of the Red River and the Rio Grande -- and it is wheelchair accessible.

The canyon ecosystem descends 800 feet from rim to river, creating a unique diversity in plant and animal life. Ancient piñon and juniper forests include 500 year-old trees. Watchable wildlife opportunities include mule deer, elk, red-tailed hawk, mountain blue-bird, wild horses, big horn sheep, coyote, and prairie dog. The climate is semi-arid with summer thunderstorms common in July and August, and snow possible from September through April. Summer temperatures range from 45 to 90F and in winter from -15 to 45F.

Natural Hot Springs

Taos is fortunate to have natural hot springs open to the public situated along the Rio Grande river. For more information click here.


Reservations can be made through our Airbnb page here.