Camp Chama

  • Customer Telephone Number: 5755887884
  • Address:
    35 Fishtail Road

    Chama NM

"A Unique Outdoor Experience"

At a Glance

Season June-August
Nearest Beach: over 20 miles
Nearest Pub: over 5 miles
Nearest Grocer: over 5 miles

Accommodation Units

Safari Tents

Site Facilties

Electric available
Fishing on site
Games Room
Hot water supply
Great Views
Private Shower
Private Toilet

Glampsite Overview

Your outdoor adventure vacation starts here. Guided Fishing, Horseback Riding, Archery, and Shooting Sports are just a few of the activities your group will enjoy at our all-inclusive family friendly camps. Lodging is completely off the grid in specially designed upscale tents aka "Glamping" situated on the banks of the Rio Brazos near Chama, NM. Guided Activities, Educational Programs, Gourmet Meals, and Accommodations are all included for this Unique Outdoor Experience.

Glamping Accommodation and Services

Unique Safari Style tents provide simplified luxury while still allowing you to be connected to the sights, sounds and smells of nature. A great way to relax and reconnect Fishtail Ranch Camps also include guided activities for all ages and skill levels that will challenge and entertain making your vacation a true adventure.
The all-inclusive outdoor adventures offered at Fishtail Ranch are based out of our remote camp, situated on the banks of the Rio Brazos which runs through the ranch. Lodging in specially designed canvas structures provide a feeling of luxury while surrounded by the sights, sounds, and smells of nature. Wood Flooring and real beds with comfortable mattresses, linens, pillows and full size netting which is both practical and romantic.

The meals are included and are always both delicious and fun ranging from ranch hand hearty to gourmet; you will never go away hungry.

Offered June – August, 4 day, 3 night camps jam packed with activities.


Camp Chama

35 Fishtail Road, Chama NM, 87520

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In the Area

The Village of Chama nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains at 7,400ft elevation is a little known remnant of days long past. The magnificent scenery surrounding this small mountain community untouched by urban sprawl is much like it was 100 years ago when railroad pioneers constructed the narrow gauge mountain railroad through the beauty of the San Juan Mountains. Today original steam locomotives transport visitors from New Mexico to Colorado crossing two mountain passes aboard the lovingly preserved Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.

Favourite glamping?

Your favourite glamping type?

Bell Tent - 12.6%
Teepee - 22.1%
Pod - 25.1%
Yurt - 23.6%
Eurotent - 5%
Safari Tent - 11.6%