…One With Nature
Camping Under The Sun & Stars
Camping at Ghost Ranch offers some of the most stunning views and sites in the country. Sleep under more stars than you can imagine.
Help us avoid a hard and disappointing moment. Read the following information before you start your trip to Ghost Ranch.
On October 15th, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham amended New Mexico’s public health orders. The updated order includes changes to quarantine requirements for those visiting our state.
- Residents from low-risk states that meet certain criteria are exempt from the 14-day state mandated quarantine. The list of states requiring quarantine is updated weekly at the NM Health Dept. website (https://cv.nmhealth.org/travel-recommendations/).
- We follow the mandate based on the states listed at cv.nmhealth.org on the day of your scheduled visit to Ghost Ranch. Please check the list on the planned day of your visit to Ghost Ranch before you make the drive.
- Bring proof of residency.
- Individuals from states that are on the list of high-risk states must show proof of 14-day quarantine. Proof could include receipts from New Mexico hotels or AirBnbs, or other receipts showing presence in New Mexico for 14-days or longer. Please call if you have questions.
The Campground is open year-round and includes sites for tents, sites with electricity and some sites with full hookups. Most sites have a table and a fire ring, and only a very limited number have shade. Campfires are permitted only when weather conditions allow. Water and a dump station are available at the Campground, but not necessarily at specific sites.
The communal bathhouse is equipped with an ice machine, shared refrigerator, showers, sinks and coin-operated laundry. The communal bathhouse is closed from late October to May but there are alternative sites for bathrooms and showers available. We recommend making reservations for a camp space in advance, however, specific sites are not pre-assigned, nor may specific sites be reserved in advance. Meal tickets may be purchased in the Welcome Center or at the Dining Hall. Meals in the Dining Hall will not be served to campers without a ticket.
RV Sites – The Campground has facilities for RV camping, with or without electricity. An RV is defined as any motorized vehicle (van camper, pop-up trailer, motorhome, 5th wheel, or truck camper).
Full hookup sites include water and a dump station at the site, and 30- and/or 50-amp electric hookups. Please inform the Main Office of the total length of the vehicle, plus any towed trailer or extra vehicles. There are only a small number of full hookup sites, available on a first come, first served basis. There is a 10-20 minute walk to the Dining Hall and meeting rooms.
If you are in a self-contained RV that your pet can comfortably stay in, they are welcome to join you overnight in the campground. They are not allowed in any other lodging. Leashed pets are welcome to go with you as you explore the property but may not enter any of the buildings. For day guests, leashed dogs are allowed to visit and hike. Assistance animals with prior notification to the Registrar’s Office are allowed – 505.685.1001.