Things To Know Before Your Arrival

Pets:
Q. Can I bring my pet?
A. We request that pets remain at home for their safety and comfort, as well as for that of the area wildlife.

Smoke Free:
Q. Are the cabins smoke free?
A. Yes, ALL the cabins are smoke free.

Security Deposit:
Q. Do you require a security deposit?
A. A $125.00 security deposit required at time of reservation confirmation.

Guest Policy:
Q. Are guests allowed?
A. Only registered guests are permitted on property.

  • Welcome to Pecos River Cabins!

    Welcome to Pecos River Cabins!

    Year Round Modern & Rustic Cabins Along The Pecos River

    Pecos River Cabins offer the seclusion of the country, the charm of a traditional New Mexican Village, the adventure of the Pecos Wilderness and the sophistication and culture of nearby Santa Fe.

    Discover a refreshing, relaxing alternative to in-town lodging at Pecos River Cabins!
  • Rustic & Modern Cabins Along the Pecos River!

    Rustic & Modern Cabins Along the Pecos River!

    While at the cabins, relax, cast a line, read, bird watch, star gaze, or just watch the river flow by. The Pecos Wilderness is 12 miles away. The Pecos National Historic Park is 3 miles away. The Village of Pecos offers restaurants, a U.S. Forestry Service Visitor’s Center, and other amenities.

    Explore the beauty of Northern New Mexico from our convenient, central location. Santa Fe is 24 miles away, Las Vegas is 45 miles east, Taos 90 miles north, and Albuquerque is 70 miles south.
  • Our Rustic Cabins

    Our Rustic Cabins

    Pecos River Cabins offers summer-time rustic cabins for your enjoyment.

    The two rustic cabins, each with their own unique charm, date from the 1920s and are bright and clean. Recently renovated while retaining their rustic charm, each cabin is furnished, and has electricity.

    The rustic cabins do not have plumbing. Hot showers, flush commodes and sinks are centrally located in a modern Bath House.
  • Our Modern Cabins

    Our Modern Cabins

    Pecos River Cabins Modern Cabins are open year-round.

    Each of our modern cabins offer unique architectural details using reclaimed wood from the local forest and are furnished with your comfort and relaxation in mind.

    Enjoy the river views, cast a line, explore the area, watch the birds, rustle up a tasty meal, or just kick back. Experience the beauty of the Pecos River in all four seasons.
  • Pecos River Cabins Along the Pecos River!

    Pecos River Cabins Along the Pecos River!

    All cabins are located on the east bank of the Pecos River.

    All cabins have ceiling fans and are smoke free.

    For the safety of your pets and that of the area wildlife, please leave your pets at home.
  • Pristine Wilderness!

    Pristine Wilderness!

    The Pecos Wilderness is a protected wilderness area within the Santa Fe National Forest and Carson National Forest. The Pecos Wilderness includes the southernmost extension of the Rocky Mountains in the sub-range of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of north central New Mexico.

    Covering an area of 223,667 acres it is the second largest wilderness in the state!
  • Pecos, NM - 10,000 Years of History & the Gateway to the West

    Pecos, NM - 10,000 Years of History & the Gateway to the West

    Gateway to the Plains: Pueblo & Plains Indians, Spanish, Mexican & Anglo Armies

    In the midst of piñon, juniper, and ponderosa pine woodlands in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains not far from Santa Fe, the ruins of an Indian pueblo stand as a meaningful reminder of a people who once prevailed here.

    Now a national historical park demonstrates to modern visitors the cultural exchange and geographic facets central to the rich history of the Pecos Valley.
  • Pecos River Cabins Is An Ideal Bird Watching Destination!

    Pecos River Cabins Is An Ideal Bird Watching Destination!

    Home To Over 400 Species Of Birds!

    Birding Northeastern New Mexico offers a backdrop of breathtaking scenery and diverse habitat. Northeastern New Mexico is home to over 400 species of birds.

    New Mexico Bird Finding Guide states San Miguel County, "has perhaps the greatest habitat and species diversity of any county in northeastern New Mexico."
  • Pecos River Cabins is a Pollinator Friendly Habitat

    Pecos River Cabins is a Pollinator Friendly Habitat

    Butterflies, bees, moths, hummingbirds are welcome here.

    Crazy about our pollinators, we are flower fanatics! Our property is a certified wildlife habitat, replete with mature shade trees and evergreens, grassy areas, a wildflower meadow, character rocks, outdoor sitting areas and numerous flower gardens. A honey bee hive is tucked away on property.

    Enjoy the grounds! Please don’t pick the posies or disturb the bees!
  • Pecos River Cabins Certified In COVID Safe Practices!
11-28-2021
11-30-2021

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  • The Lodge

    The Lodge offers Italian tile floors, vaulted ceilings, gas log stove, ceiling fans, and interior wood detailing by local craftsmen. The spacious, fully outfitted kitchen offers a professional 6 burner gas stove, full size refrigerator, and more! The spacious living and dining areas have river views. The private covered deck sits about 20 paces from the river with easy river access and includes a gas BBQ grill and outdoor dining area. Find yourself enjoying the sound of the river while enjoying a great meal, glass of wine, and good conversation. Complimentary WiFi and DISH TV.

    The Lodge: Accommodates 1-8 adults/children maximum. Available Year Round
    From $190/night
  • The River Studio

    The River Studio offers Italian tile floors, vaulted ceilings, gas log stove, ceiling fan, and interior wood detailing by local craftsmen. The fully outfitted kitchen offers a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster and coffee maker, as well as silver/dish/cookware. The living and dining areas have river views. The living area offers an easy chair and futon couch which makes into a full bed. The private deck sits about 30 paces from the river with easy river access. There is a gas BBQ grill and outdoor dining area. Complimentary WiFi and DISH TV.

    The River Studio: Accommodates 1-5 adults/children maximum. Available year round.
    From $160/night
  • Piñon

    Pinon is a studio casita with Saltillo tile, a vaulted beam ceiling, ceiling fans, a kiva fireplace (candles only) and an adobe feature wall. The cozy, fully outfitted kitchen offers a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, and silver/dish/cookware. The ¾ bathroom includes a shower. Living and dining areas look toward the river.

    The covered patio faces the river. There is a gas BBQ grill and an outdoor dining and sitting area with river views. Easy access to the river.

    Pinon: Accommodates: 2 people maximum. Adults only. Available: Year Round

    From $145/night
  • Aspen

    Aspen is a studio casita with Saltillo tile, a vaulted beam ceiling, ceiling fans, a kiva fireplace (candles only) and an adobe feature wall. The cozy, fully outfitted kitchen offers a refrigerator, stove, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, and silver/dish/cookware. The ¾ bathroom includes a shower. Living and dining areas look toward the river.

    The covered patio faces the river. There is a gas BBQ grill and an outdoor dining and sitting area with river views. Easy access to the river.

    Aspen: Accommodates: 2 people maximum. Adults only. Available: Year Round
    From $145/night
  • Spirit

    Spirit is a two room rustic cabin with vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans, and pine flooring. Rustic cabins have electricity, but are not plumbed. The Bath House is conveniently located and has hot showers, flush commodes and sinks. The kitchen includes a stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster. Dish/Cook/Silverware are included. Outdoor dining and sitting areas include a cozy front porch, back deck and a large side deck with a gas BBQ grill. Easy access to the river and to fishing. A NM fishing license is required. Complimentary WiFi.

    Spirit: Accommodates up to 4 adults/children in two full beds. We supply the pillows and sheets, you supply the blankets/sleeping bags and bath towels. Available late May through early September
    From $110/night
  • Raven

    Raven is a two room rustic cabin with vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans, and pine flooring. Rustic cabins have electricity, but are not plumbed. The Bath House is conveniently located and has hot showers, flush commodes and sinks.

    The kitchen includes a stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, and toaster. Dish/Cook/Silverware are included. Outdoor dining and sitting areas include a cozy front porch and a large side deck with a gas BBQ grill. Easy access to the river and to fishing. A NM fishing license is required. Complimentary WiFi.

    Raven: Accommodates up to 4 adults/children in 2 double beds. We supply the pillows and sheets, you supply the blankets/sleeping bags and bath towels. Available Late May through early September
    From $110/night
 

 

Area Attractions

Pecos, New Mexico has so much to offer! The Pecos Wilderness is a protected wilderness area within the Santa Fe National Forest and Carson National Forest. PECOS is a gateway allowing travel from the Great Plains to Santa Fe through the southern Rocky Mountains. The trail was used by Indian tribes, Spanish settlers, traders on the Santa Fe Trail, Civil War soldiers and cruisers on Route 66.

Fishing

Three miles of the Pecos River are divided into three sections or "beats." This approach offers anglers roughly one mile on the Pecos River to fish with up to two other people for the day.

Pecos National Historical Park

In the midst of piñon, juniper, and ponderosa pine woodlands in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains not far from Santa Fe, the remains of an Indian pueblo stand as a meaningful reminder of a people who once prevailed here.

Old Route 66

Route 66 served as a major path for those who migrated west during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. It supported the economies of the communities through which the road passed. People doing business along the route became prosperous due to the growing popularity of the highway.

Santa Fe

Santa Fe (Tewa: Ogha Po'oge, Navajo: Yootó) is the capital of New Mexico. Santa Fe is also the oldest capital city in the United States. The city’s full name when founded was La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís.

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Pecos River Cabins FAQs How do I reserve a cabin? Email pecosrivercabins@gmail.com , 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...
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What Our Guests Say

  • We enjoyed our time here very much—the cabin was a luxurious refuge after a long day hiking and exploring our favorite places in New Mexico. We loved Pancho’s carryout so much that we ordered from there three different times. We painted during an afternoon rain as we sat on the deck. We would move in permanently if we could! Thanks for this restful place.
  • This is our first time in the Pecos area and it won’t be our last. What a beautiful place. We came up to birding with a guide and boy did we ever see birds! Stellar Jays and chickadees right by the feeders and American dippers, herons, osprey, hawks and so much more!. Marvelous. The Lodge is a beautiful home away from home. We were so comfortable. The kitchen is amazing and everything is so well stocked. We enjoyed cooking and relaxing. It was really wonderful. Thank you.
  • WOW! What an amazing place. I truly enjoyed every moment here with my children. This place was more than expected. I appreciate everything that was provided. Above and Beyond! I plan on returning as you have given my children and I a place to reconnect and enjoy everything this place has to offer. Slept wonderful.
  • Thanks so much for a fantastic and calming vacation. The views, activities, and incredible historical factors were all very lovely. This was an amazing and active Spring Break.

    The hosts are very friendly people.
  • Thank you o much for a lovely place to call home for a few days. Everything about the cabin was great and we especially enjoyed grilling our dinner with the sounds of the river. The location is great as a base camp for so much hiking and outdoors—which we love and took advantage of. This was a great spot to relax and get out of the city for awhile. We are sad to leave but hope to be back again soon. Thank you for the hospitality.
  • The cabin was so awesome! It is very beautiful and cozy. This was exactly what we were looking for when we needed a nice weekend getaway. Having the river right outside our door was cool and handy as we went fishing. It was cool for our daughter as this is her first time staying in a cabin. It was nice having a full kitchen to make meals. Thank you so much for everything. We really enjoyed our stay and look forward to returning.
  • A truly beautiful and peaceful getaway from our hectic life in the city. We came up here to celebrate our 20th anniversary and to fish. We caught quite a few from our own “backyard”! Well maintained and immaculate cabin.

    We loved every minute. We will be back!
  • This was a great place for my son and I to stay as we fly fished the Pecos. Our hosts were the nicest. The care they took to make this a perfect stop was amazing. From the beautiful grounds, the plants, and the little details in the cabin. We loved seeing all the wild flowers.

    Thanks again. We will be back.

Pecos River Cabins Surrounded By Pristine Wilderness

Pecos River Cabins are five different cabins offering the seclusion of the country, the charm of a traditional New Mexican Village, the adventure of the Pecos Wilderness and the sophistication and culture of nearby Santa Fe. Discover a refreshing, relaxing alternative to in-town lodging at Pecos River Cabins. The cabins are situated on the eastern bank of the Pecos River in a gated park-like setting with mature cottonwood trees, flower gardens, grassy lawns and character rocks.

While at the cabins, relax, cast a line, read, bird watch, star gaze, or just watch the river flow by. The Pecos Wilderness is 12 miles away. The Pecos National Historic Park is 3 miles away. The Village of Pecos offers restaurants, a U.S. Forestry Service Visitor’s Center, and other amenities.

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