Sierra Village RV Park
25976 US Highway 64 EAST
Taos, New Mexico, NM 87571
GPS Location: Latitude N 36 22.736 ; Longitude W
We're located approximately 5 miles east of Taos, New Mexico
in Taos Canyon on US Highway 64 East on the way to
Eagle Nest, New Mexico OR
approximately 3 miles east of the 585
junction and US 64 EAST on the way to Eagle Nest, New Mexico.
|We're open May 1 through October 31, weather permitting.
This is by far the prettiest commercial park in the entire Taos
area! It's a small park, about 40 sites with
free wi-fi, full
hook-ups and good width for slide outs. We can handle 40
footers with ease and a table is provided at each site. We have
a laundry room available and the
restrooms/showers have been
updated and cleaned regularly. There is a
pavilion and shaded patio with chairs, tables and a small
outdoor kitchen with grills for all to use.
The RV park is located on the Enchanted Circle in Taos Canyon at
7520ft. elevation 5 miles EAST of the center of Taos on the
Eagle Nest Hwy. 64 or 3 miles east of the 585 junction and Hwy.
With pine covered mountains on every side and the Rio Fernando de
Taos running through the campground, it's nice and cool on the
hottest of summer days.
In July and August there is a gathering of wood carvers from
Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Bring your knife and
come join us! We have a double wide covered craft area with
plenty of room.
There is a short hiking trail starting at one end of the
grounds going up the mountain and coming down at the other end
of the park. Also, there is a 3 mile hike near the
park by Devisadero trail #108.
Bird watching is a favorite pass time and excellent fishing is
near by. Other animals also frequent the park. Even an
The Viet Nam Memorial is down the road east of us on 64 and the
Enchanted Circle is a nice day trip. There is something going on
in Taos almost every weekend. Come relax and enjoy what the area
has to offer. This is a really neat place to spend a day, a
month or how about all summer? Visit us and see why this is
the best kept secret in north east New Mexico!