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PRISTINE WILDERNESS Outside Your Door

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. 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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Stunning CABINS ALONG THE PECOS RIVER!

Pecos River Cabins are six 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.

Pecos River Cabins offers rustic and modern cabins for your enjoyment. 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.


EXPLORE THE BEAUTY OF NORTHERN NEW MEXICO!

Santa Fe is 24 miles away, Las Vegas is 45 miles east, Taos 90 miles north, and Albuquerque is 70 miles south.

There are so many things to do in and around Pecos or do nothing at all along the banks of the Pecos River! With Santa Fe only 24 miles away, and the 16th century Pecos Mission and Historical Park down the road, to the amazing 240,000 acres of pristine wilderness of the Pecos and Santa Fe National Forests also down the road, you will come away refreshed and renewed!

The Pecos Wilderness is a protected wilderness area within the Santa Fe National Forest and Carson National Forest.

The Pecos River corridor passes through granite canyons, high mountain meadows, and stands of pines and offers high-quality fishing. The Pecos River’s designated wild segment is entirely in the Pecos Wilderness.