EnchantedMoon RV Park and Campground

emoon@emooncampground.com    575-758-3338

Park NOW open = thru October 1st = depending on weather

Please call or email us with your plans.

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EnchantedMoon is located on Hwy 64 close to many cultural, historic and recreational areas, approximately 14 miles east of Taos and less than 7 miles to Angel Fire in the breathtaking mountains of New Mexico.

With magnificent sunrises and sunsets, it is hard to find a more beautiful spot to camp or rest your weary RV bones.

Join us at EnchantedMoon for a relaxed visit at approximately 8500 feet above sea level, camping, and fireside talks, watching the sky - stargazing - with mountains, a river, pond, big trees, many flowers and an abundance of wildlife.

We are surrounded by the fabulous Carson National Forest and Valle Escondido Golf Course is about 1/2 mile up the county road from us with Garcia Park on up the road (437) where you can play, hike, bike, or ATV.

The old town of Taos hosts many cultural events and important historical sites including the famous Taos Pueblo. Taos Pueblo is considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States.

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EnchantedMoon is committed to making your stay with us a memorable one and 
your vacation in Northern New Mexico an experience you will want to repeat.

The San Francisco de Asis church in Pueblo de Taos made world famous by
Georgia O'Keeffe's painting.  The Rio Grande Gorge; where you will find white water rafting, kayaking, 
inner tubing at 600 feet below the Bridge.   Going east on Hwy 64 is the small towns of Angel Fire and 
Eagle's Nest with its Lake, well known for trout fishing,the Vietnam War Memorial, and more.   
Continuing on Hwy 64 takes you to the historic town of Cimarron on the Old Santa Fe Trail . . .
don't miss the St. James hotel, turning north on Hwy 38 will take you onward through the Enchanted Circle 
into Red River, Questa and back to the celebrated town of Taos. Wheeler Peak in 
Taos ski valley isNew Mexico's highest point 13,161 feet (4,011 m). 
Taos is where you will find some of the best dining in the state.

EnchantedMoon is surrounded by the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains and are one of the longest fault-block mountain ranges in the world. This stretches from Poncha Pass in South-Central Colorado, south, southeast ending at Glorieta Pass, and southeast of Santa Fe. Many areas within minutes of EnchantedMoon are popular for hunting, camping, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, climbing, with cross-country or downhill skiing, fine dining, and much more.

EnchantedMoon HC71 Box 59 Taos, NM 87571    575-758-3338    emoon@emooncampground.com

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