Monday ยท January 30, 2023
HIPICO Santa Fe - Horse Camping in the Land of Enchantment
Author: Admin

If you’re dreaming of the Southwest and want to escape to the Land of Enchantment, consider horse camping at HIPICO Santa Fe. 


HIPICO Santa Fe is one of the premier equestrian venues in the state located only 6 miles away from downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The facility sits on 137 acres and features the following amenities:

  • 62 Permanent Stalls – spacious 12 x 12 size, with stable mats
  • Tack Rooms available
  • 600 Temporary Stalls
  • Indoor Riding Arena
  • Grand Prix Field – grass footing
  • Grass Derby Field – grass field with natural obstacles
  • Show Rings – complete with world-class, all weather footing
  • Elevated Viewing Areas
  • Wash stalls – hot & cold water
  • Turn-out Paddocks
  • Dedicated Bridle Paths, Pedestrian Paths & Vehicle roads
  • Widened Bridge to accommodate horses and vehicles
  • Vendor Row – located by the main rings
  • Wi-Fi Internet Service
  • RV Hook-ups
  • Close Proximity to Hotels, Restaurants, and Airport
  • Convenient Access to I-25


HIPICO Santa Fe is an excellent choice for hosting events, camping for a few days, or just stopping by on a layover during your travels.  


If you are planning to stay a few days in the area, HIPICO Santa Fe has an RV park with full hookups - electric, water, and septic. Rates range from $47-60 per night depending on arrival and departure dates.  Rates include 30-amp and 50-amp electrical, sewer, water, complimentary wifi, and is pet friendly.  Horse stalls available. 


During your stay at HIPICO Santa Fe, you can enjoy use of the facilities or go exploring on nearby horse trails.  There are dozens of horseback riding trails within driving distance if you wish to explore the area:

Dome Wilderness - St Peter’s Dome

Cerillos Hills State Park - Historic Trail

Galisteo Basin - North Loop

La Tierra Trails - La Tierra Loop

Arroyo Hondo Open Space


HIPICO Santa Fe does require reservations for overnight accommodations.  Please visit their page here on Top Horse Trails for more information: