Come to some of the most sacred initiatory grounds in Northern New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe Country, with spectacular night sky viewing and sunsets galore. See how “Glamour” and “Camping” blend with our unique offer for you and your group to come “Glamping” in our 145-acre backyard.

Guests will enjoy a raised platform deck covered with outdoor weather proof padding which can accommodate either Origin rental tents or guests’ own. Amenities include:
– shower and toilet facilities;
– common kitchen and shared refrigerator space;
– outdoor common grill
– access to onsite hiking trails, our newly completed Innsbruck inspired Point of Origin Labyrinth and Amphitheater Park for picnic use.*

Due to the nature of the extreme fire risk in the desert, no campfires or open flame cooking devices are allowed. Only “Jet Boils” and camp stoves with propane canisters will be permitted.

Our unique boutique “Glamping” experience on these rich, primordial ancestral lands will provide a camping experience like no other. Pitch your tent on this landscape for the soul and invite in its peaceful resonance.

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Rates: $47.00 US per adult, children 10 and under free.

Optional add ons:
– Tent rental: Kelty 4-person tent, $19 US per day.
– Towel rental: 1 bath towel, 1 hand towel and 1 wash cloth and one beach towel, $5 US per person.

Requirements:
– Valid ID for all in party – kids too
– 2 weeks maximum
– Quiet hours from 10:00pm until 8:00am
– No open flames – jet boils, fuel canister camp stoves are OK

We encourage all guests to partake in the exceptional opportunity to visit the world-renowned Ra Paulette “Windows of the Earth” Cave Sanctuary on a guided tour during their stay.

We are also pleased to provide Inflatable Stand Up Paddle Boards for rent to use on an area lake. Ojo Caliente Hot Springs experience just 10 miles down the road also awaits you.

*Any Origin special event use will have precedence over campers’ daily use of the Labyrinth and Amphitheatre park.

 


 

DIRECTIONS TO ORIGIN AT RANCHO DE SAN JUAN
You may use Google Maps to locate us by typing in Origin at Rancho de San Juan as
your destination. We do not advise using GPS or other mapping programs.
From Santa Fe (approximately 36 miles/45 minutes):
• From Paseo De Peralta, Head North using left 2 lanes to take the ramp to US-
285 N/US-84 W/N St Francis Drive. Follow for 0.3 miles.
• Merge onto US-285 N/US-84 W/N St. Francis Drive. Follow for 23 miles.
• Turn left to stay on US-285 N/US-84 W. Follow for 8.5 miles.
• Turn right onto US-285 N towards Ojo Caliente (just past the Chevron). Follow
for 3.5 miles.
• Just past mile marker 340 on the right is the Origin entrance. Look for yellow
stucco pillars with a large turquoise gate and a beam over the top that reads
Origin Rancho de San Juan.
From Albuquerque Airport (approximately 103 miles/1 hour 45 minutes):
• Take I-25 North for 53 miles.
• Take Exit 276 for NM-599 S toward Madrid. Follow for 0.3 miles.
• Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto NM-599 N. Follow for 13 miles.
• Use the left lane to take the US-84 N/US-285 Exit toward Espanola. Follow for
22 miles.
• Turn left to stay on US-285 N/US-84 W. Follow for 8.5 miles.
• Turn right onto US-285 N towards Ojo Caliente (just past the Chevron). Follow
for 3.5 miles.
• Just past mile marker 340 on the right is the Origin entrance. Look for yellow
stucco pillars with a large turquoise gate and a beam over the top that reads
Origin Rancho de San Juan.
From Taos (approximately 43 miles/45 minutes):
• Take Hwy 64 West towards the Rio Grande Gorge bridge and Tres Piedras.
• Just after the Bridge and Visitors Center, look for a left hand turn by a small utility
building onto CR-115.
• Travel along the gorge until you reach the T. Turn right onto NM-567 toward
Carson.
• Past the town of Carson, you will come to another T. Turn left onto US-285 S
toward Ojo Caliente.
• Passing the town of Ojo Caliente, continue 13 miles South on US-285.
• On the left, past mile marker 341, is the Origin entrance. Look for yellow stucco
pillars with a large turquoise gate and a beam over the top that reads Origin
Rancho de San Juan.

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