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Santa Fe Skies RV Park14 Brown Castle Ranch
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87508
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(505) 473-5946 Toll Free 1-877-565-0451
(North of Cerrillos/Lone Butte) Scenic • "Big Rigs" • Clubhouse • Propane • Laundry • Pets Welcome. East of gas/convenience at 14/599 light.
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Elaine’s, a Bed and Breakfast - Comfort, elegance and hospitality in a beautiful three-story log home. Over 15 years in business.
Tales and Trails Tours - Laurie Frantz: Offering full and half-day tours of the Turquoise Trail. Custom tours available. Call for details, including scheduling and pricing.
Cibola National Forest & Visitor Center - A welcome center to help make the most of your travels. Complete with maps, area information, restrooms, travel & road conditions.
Ghost Town Trading Post & Lodging - Ghost Town Trading Post, Talavera,jewelery,pottery,clothing. GhostTown Lodging and Ghost Town Loft - 2 beautiful self catering apartments with Sat TV,wi fi. In town & very private
New Mexico Public Lands Information Center - One-stop resource for outdoor recreation on State & Federal lands; maps, guidebooks, permits, free information.
Tierra Sagrada Pottery (Sacred Earth) - Stop by to view Lia at work, or for a “clay experience”; call for a clay-historic tour of the area. Tierra Sagrada Pottery is .5 miles off Highway14, east on CR 44 also called Shenandoah Trail.
San Marcos Cafe - Long established, well-reviewed country cafe in the European tradition. Continental Cuisine with local favorites. Specialty desserts.
Java Junction B & B - Charming Victorian suite on the second floor. Private bath, kitchen & porch.
Rancho Gallina Inn & Eco-retreat - Rustic elegance at historic eco-ranch with cedar soaking tub, farm fresh breakfasts, great hiking & biking access!
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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