Located on Historic Route 66, country camping
just minutes from Old Town Santa Fe.
While above us the Sangre de Cristo Mountain peaks still have snow, down here the days are warm and the landscape is coming back to life. We love the buzz of the hummingbirds returning for the nesting season.
New Mexico Tourism produced this awesome short video narrated by Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad fame:
Because Santa Fe has so much to offer visitors, our guests would rather be sightseeing around town than driving all over the Southwest (see Helpful Links). Our newest attraction is the New Mexico History Museum.
We recently enhanced the coverage and speed of our FREE wireless internet service with multiple access points.
Our campers tell us that Rancheros de Santa feels like camping in a national forest, but with all the amenities. This is no asphalt parking lot!
The Galisteo Basin Preserve is located six miles south of the campground. Great hiking and mountain biking. Plus, we offer a free local hike-bike guide with descriptions and directions to trailheads.
We've taken a lot of measures to provide for a safe and enjoyable camping experience, while preserving our native plants and trees, and dark star-filled skies. We are an environmentally-friendly campground that voluntarily re-cycles wastewater for drip irrigation, as well as plastic and aluminum trash. View campground map.
Santa Fe was the 2017 winner for "Sense of Place" in the National Geographic World Legacy Awards.
In 2011 the World Health Organization ranked Santa Fe as one of the top-ten cities in the world for clean air! Conde Nast 2015 Reader's Awards rated Santa Fe #3 Best Small City in the United States, with the #5 highest score in the world!
Eating well is a big part of life in New Mexico. Here is an guide to "Culinary Enchantment," including the Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail, Ale Trail, and Breakfast Burrito Trail.
Some campground trivia:
We look forward to seeing you. Happy trails!
We have made major upgrades to our wastewater treatment systems to recycle water for landscape irrigation and prevent groundwater contamination from RV holding tank chemicals. You won't see it, but it's nice to know it's down there!
Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground
736 Old Las Vegas Highway Santa Fe, NM 87505