Accommodations In and Around Angel Fire

Hotels, Homes and Condos are available, as well as camp sites and an RV park.

For all types of housing information, contact Stan Samuels at North Country Property Management at (575) 377-6651 or visit www.aboutnorthcountry.com.

You can also contact the following housing places directly:
Local Hotel: Elkhorn Lodge www.elkhornlodgenm.com, 575-377-2811
Angel Fire Resort Hotel www.angelfireresort.com, 575-377-6401
Discover Angel Fire www.angelfirenm.com/discover 575-377-6062

Campsites and RV Park

Monte Verde RV Park www.Campground-monteverderv.com 575-377-3404
Eagle Nest is just 10 miles from Angel Fire, and they have an Econo Lodge. 575-377-6813.

About the Area

New Mexico is known at the “Land of Enchantment.” One of its most famous designated scenic byways is called the Enchanted Circle consisting of Angel Fire, Eagle Nest, Red River, Questa and Taos.

From Angel Fire heading north you will find the Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park,  the town of Eagle Nest, home the Enchanted Circle Gateway Museum, Bobcat Pass, town of Red River, town of Questa, Red River Fish Hatchery and the Wild Rivers Recreation Area (Rio Grande River).

From Angel Fire heading east you will find Cimarron State Park, The Palisades, the historic town of Cimarron, home of historic and haunted St. James Hotel and the Philmont Scout Ranch.

From Angel Fire heading south you will find Black Lake (film site of Lonesome Dove) Coyote Creek State Park, Victory Alpaca Ranch, Salman Ranch (a large Raspberry Farm) the town of Mora, town of Las Vegas & Fort Union National Monument.

From Angel Fire heading west you will find Palo Flechado Pass, Taos Canyon, the town of Taos and Taos Plaza, San Francisco de Asis Church (one of the most photographed in the world). Taos Pueblo, Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, Taos Ski Valley.

Activities

You can rent bikes, hiking gear and other equipment at Trailhead Bike & Ski Shop-info@aftrailhead.com 575-377-1010

Other activities include: Zip Line, horseback riding, Tennis, disc golf, chairlift rides, rock climbing, ATV Tours,  golfing, swimming, hiking, biking, fishing, pan for gold, movies under the stars, stargaze, bird watch, live music, art galleries, view wildlife, shopping and berry picking. There are also children’s playgrounds at the Resort and at the Community Center.

Additional Information

Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce – askus@angelfirechamber.org 575-377-6661
Eagle Nest Chamber of Commerce – www.eaglenestchamber.org 575-377-2420 (home of nearly 250 RV sites)
Village of Angel Fire  www.AngelFireFun.com 575-377-6555

There is no registration fee or cost to attend. All attendees are responsible for their own overnight accommodations and meal arrangements.

Since all keynote addresses and classes are held indoors, in the heated and cooled Community Center, there is no need to bring special clothing or folding chairs. The town of Angel Fire is at 8,200 feet above sea level. This means that the days are very pleasant in July and the evenings can be a little cool.