Staying at Pinon RV Park puts you close to many of the areas greatest attractions. Located less than 20 minutes from downtown Santa Fe . Approximately 20 minutes to Tent Rocks National Monument, 30 minutes to Hyde Park and 45 minutes to Bandelier National Monument.
We are about a 5 minute drive to Santa Fe Brewery, 10 minutes to Walmart and Santa Fe Place Mall.
Historical and Popular Attractions
Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks
Precariously perched on many of the tapering hoodoos are boulder caps that protect the softer pumice and tuff below. Some tents have lost their hard, resistant caprocks, and are disintegrating. While fairly uniform in shape, the tent rock formations vary in height from a few feet up to 90 feet.
Rio Grand Gorge State Park
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, is a steel deck arch bridge across the Rio Grande Gorge 10 miles northwest of Taos, New Mexico, United States
Loretto Chapel and the Miraculous Staircase
The sisters began to pray to Saint Joseph; In answer a grey haired man with a donkey and tool chest came to the convent and asked if he might have a try at building what would be known as the Miraculous Staircase.
La Ceinguilla Petrogylph Site
Hundreds of petroglyphs, dating from pre-contact time and the Spanish colonial era, can be found along this mesa above the Santa Fe River.
Bandelier National Monument
Bandelier National Monument in the state of New Mexico near Los Alamos. It was once inhabited by the ancient Puebloans For some unknown reason,the Puebloans abandoned this site. Leaving behind a land of enigmatic ruins and superb canyon and mesa scenery that beckons the hiker, student and photographer. Consisting of the Frijoles Canyon, Long House, Painted Cave, Alcove House, Upper and Lower Falls and the Stone Lions Shrine - While soaking in the natural beauty of the area.
Paulette's Majestic Carved Caves
For over 20 Years Ra Paulette has been carving out caves in New Mexico. His works of art is little known, people say there might be over 14 of them - some one public land for people to discover on their own. over 20 Years Ra Paulette has been carving out caves in New Mexico. His works of art is little known, people say there might be over 14 of them - some one public land for people to discover on their own.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Return to the early 1700s at The Ranch of the Swallows. This historic ranch, now a living history museum, offers traditional crops, a working water mill and a blacksmith shop, and Spanish dances. Experience life in another time in a location unlike any other in America.
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
A Roman Catholic cathedral in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. The cathedral was built by Archbishop Jean Baptiste Lamy between 1869 and 1886 in the foot print of much older church. The Pope bestowed it a Basilica in 2005, for its History of Catholicism.
Archaeologists say that ancestors of the Taos Indians lived in this valley long before Columbus discovered America and hundreds of years before Europe emerged from the Dark Ages. Ancient ruins in the Taos Valley indicate our people lived here nearly 1000 years ago.