Old Gem Farm Camp

Chamisal, New Mexico

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Creekside Canyon Glamping

Canvas glamping tent on 7 acre working farm surrounded by Carson National Forrest. Secluded treed camping area nestled between Trampas River and historic acequia in idyllic Trampas canyon. Composting toilet, Full bed, Hammock, Good Vibes. Additional tent site available for parties of 3 or 4- Glamping tent sleeps 2.

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