Camping on the Ojo land is a wonderful experience

We have a number of walk-in tent sites in a stunningly beautiful setting of 116 acres of riparian and mesa landscapes . You will have access to water from our well, a composting toilet, an outdoor heated shower enclosure and a central cooking pavilion equipped with a refrigerator, coolers, dry storage containers, a two burner camping stove, a gas grill, pots, pans, utensils and dishes and silverware. There is hot/cold running water, a sink, and electricity in the pavilion, as well as tables and chairs. There is an electric outlet in the pavilion if you need to recharge phones. Verizon works well here. ATT and T-Mobile are questionable.

You will need to provide your own tent, sleeping gear, a towel, and your food. We do have a few tents and sleeping bags you can rent for $50/session. These are "first come first served".

The charge for camping is $20.00/tent site/night. If more than one person is camping on a site, it is an additional $10/night for each person.




Our screened in outdoor pavilion enables you to prepare meals in comfort rain or shine. Here there is refrigerated storage, hot and cold running water, a cooking stove and grill, clean up sink and lots of counter space.


Nearby is the shower, also with 'on-demand' hot water and one of several composting toilets strategically located around the property.


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