Due to COVID-19, we are taking  extra measures to ensure your safety.
The New Mexico governor has asserted self-quarantine rules for visitors from outside of New Mexico. Be sure to bring enough food, and any medications you may need, for the duration.
“All persons who have arrived in New Mexico from a location outside of the State must self-isolate or self-quarantine for a period of at least 14 days from the date of their entry into the State of New Mexico or for the duration of their presence in the State, whichever is shorter.”
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Pecos River Cabin and the beautiful Pecos Canyon are waiting for you, with a vacation you’ll never forget.

A beautiful, Five Star (TripAdvisor) award-winning, hundred-twenty-year-old fully restored cabin sits on 1.3 acres among the tranquil pines and cottonwoods along the Pecos River. Nestled in a deep canyon in the southern Rocky Mountains, the surrounding wilderness is part of the Santa Fe National Forest. The cabin is easily accessible, and has private fishing rights to one-half mile of the Pecos River, which is stocked with hungry rainbow trout from the hatchery downstream. For guests who like a greater challenge, native German brown and cutthroat trout are also abundant.

Visitors to Pecos River Cabin find the cabin to be an ideal place for rest and relaxation, for reconnecting with loved ones away from the pressures of jobs and responsibilities of home, and a serene, private and secluded retreat for writers, readers and artists, hikers and fishermen. Kids will enjoy a magical adventure exploring the island between the Cabin and the riverbank and learn to identify and track the wildlife that call the Pecos Wilderness home. A short 35-minute drive to Santa Fe is a special delight, where guests can visit the countless museums, galleries and restaurants of “The City Different.”