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Chama New Mexico has every kind of lodging available to meet your needs. Choose from hotels and motels, bed and breakfasts, historic inns - plus a gorgeous southwestern style lodge. Camping is very popular in the Chama Valley. Park your RV or pitch a tent along the Rio Chama River, and enjoy on-site trout fishing or white water rafting. Campsites are near all the area attractions and offer covered picnic shelters, fire rings, or barbecues. One even offers a Saturday morning pancake breakfast. RV parks come with full service hook-ups, and others with water and electricity only. The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation has several campgrounds that are open to the public, as well as a large motor lodge in the nearby town of Dulce. Permits are required for the Apache campgrounds and are available in Dulce. The drive from Santa Fe to Chama, and then on to the reservation is a very scenic drive. The town of Dulce is approximately 30 miles west of Chama on Highway 64. Highway 537 runs the full length of the reservation and provides access to the sideroads that lead to the Apache recreation areas. BR>
Some of the hotels in the town of Chama date back to the 1920s and 1930s and are decorated in the authentic Old West style. Others are modern and offer on site dining, or are within walking distance of some of the best restaurants in town. For those seeking a more elegant type of lodging, choose a beautiful Victorian bed & breakfast. Rooms are complete with modern amenities, but are decorated in an eclectic blend of old and new. Located just south of Chama is a charming, historic double-adobe home that is now a bed & breakfast. It is run by descendants of some of the early settlers of the area. This home is located near the fork of the Chama and Los Brazos Rivers and features views of the El Chorro Waterfall, a lovely dining room and a beautiful courtyard complete with a well and gardens. Located within the town of Chama is another elegant bed & breakfast that was built in 1913 and offers comfortable, plush rooms furnished with art and antiques. For a truly pampering experience, visit Chama’s premier lodge, operating since 1929 and nestled in the San Juan Mountains. The lodge has restful, peaceful rooms, great service, fantastic fishing and hunting, and spectacular views – all in one package. Guestrooms are over-sized and tastefully decorated with “deep-seated” furnishings and access to an outside porch. The Great Room offers sweeping vistas of the mountains, and a huge fireplace, and cathedral ceilings.

Many consider Chama one of the southwest’s undiscovered treasures. It offers rural, small town living, away from the hustle and bustle of urban life, with the nearest traffic light at least an hour away in any direction. If you’re yearning for a change, something truly unique, or you just love the lure of the Old West, the Chama Valley is for you. It’s just a couple hours away from city life, yet the town of Chama, New Mexico ensures that you will leave this “land of enchantment” feeling refreshed and renewed – ready to face the world once again.


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