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Pecos River Cabins FAQs

  • How do I reserve a cabin?
    • Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or
    • Call 505.757.8752
    • Please provide the number of adults and children in your group, the dates in which you are interested and if you prefer a modern or rustic cabin
  • How is Pecos River Cabins managing COVID?
    • We are trained and certified in COVID Safe Practices

Pecos River Cabins | Pecos, NM 87552 (newmexico.org)

  • We require all guests to wear face coverings during check in and when outside on property, and to maintain social distance
  • We are compliant with the State of New Mexico and the NM Department of Health pandemic protocols
  • How close are the cabins to the river?
    • The property is located on the east bank of the Pecos River
    • Each cabin has either a deck or a patio which face the river
    • Easy access to the river
  • Are the cabins open year round?
    • The modern cabins, Aspen, Pinon, the River Studio and the Lodge are open year round
    • The rustic cabins, Spirit and Raven, are open during the summer months
  • Can I fish at the property?
    • There is easy access to the river and to fishing. A NM fishing license is required. Children less than 12 fish for free
  • What amenities do the cabins offer?
    • The cabins are fully furnished, have WiFi and dish/silver/cookware, bed linens and bath towels. Shampoo, dish soap, paper towels, coffee, a gas BBQ grill, and a blow dryer are provided
    • The River Studio and the Lodge have DISH TV
  • Are pets allowed?
    • We request that pets remain at home for their safety
  • Is WiFi available? Will my cell phone work?
    • WiFi is available
    • Most guests’ cell phones have reception on property
    • Please be advised that both location and weather conditions can interfere with connectivity
  • Can I invite visitors to the property for the day?
    • Only registered guests are to be on property
  • Are outdoor fires permitted?
    • Outdoor fires are not permitted
  • What should I bring?
    • Your personal effects, bug spray, clothing appropriate for the Season, sturdy shoes. Some guests bring paper plates
  • How far are the cabins from Santa Fe, NM?
    • Santa Fe is approximately 25 minutes by car
    • Albuquerque is approximately 80 minutes by car
    • Las Vegas, NM is approximately 45 minutes by car
  • What is there to do in the area?
    • Fish. Hike. Bike, Ski. Paint. Explore. Relax.
    • Pecos Canyon State Park and Wilderness are minutes away by car
    • Pecos National Historical Park is 10 minutes by car
  • Is Laundry available on property?
    • No. The closest laundromats are located in El Dorado and in Santa Fe
  • Is there good birding on property/ in the area?
    • Bring your binoculars as there is great birding on property
    • Many birding guests obtain at least one (and usually multiple) lifer on property
    • Ask about the NE Region Birding Trail Guide
  • Are campers or tents allowed on property?
    • No

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