Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 25 Tents Allowed: Yes
Gila Hot Springs Ranch offers fully outfitted wilderness pack and hunting trips that will take you into the spectacular Gila Wilderness. There are hundreds of miles of trails to explore throughout 558,014 acres of unspoiled land, with deep canyons, rugged mountains peaks, hot springs and thick forest. This remote part of southwestern New Mexico became the first designated wilderness in the U.S. The Gila lies in what is known as a transition zone, between desert and alpine forest. This make the Gila unique, offering a wide variety of life forms and magnificent scenery.
We love the Gila and have made a livelihood of revealing its beauty to visitors. Gila Hot Springs Ranch has been family owned and operated since 1940 and even today, we continue to share the secrets of this magnificent land. We offer many options that will allow you to explore the Gila Wilderness and we are committed to making sure that you have an unforgettable experience. All skill levels are welcome and we will customize your trip to fit your needs.
RV park & campground
River campground (Tent sites)
Doc Campbell's Post
Corrals and Pack Stock
Day Trips on Horseback
Hot and cold taps at all hookups
Picnic pavilion with a grill
Showers and Jacuzzi
From Silver City:
Take State HWY 15 north from Silver City. Although it is only 39 miles from Silver City, the travel time is approximately two hours because of the twisting and winding roads through mountain terrain. Another option from Silver City is along MN HWY 35 which goes through Mimbres Valley. Even though this route is a bit longer, it will not have the same winding roads as HWY 15, something to consider if you have a trailer or RV.
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Gila Hot Springs RV Park & Vacation Center
Five stars for the area! Stay at the "RV Park" across the road from their "Primiative" & dusty campgrounds with the over used Hot Springs (next to the river). Extremely close to the Gila Cliff Dwellings,(apx 4miles)which should be considered a must-see. **WARNING**: do *not* come in via highway 15 if in anything longer than a pickup with camper (small 1 lane road).
Take hwy 35 even if it is out of your way...trust me. We camped here in a Motorhome. Lake Roberts is on hwy 35 and is a beautiful little lake.