The camp borders the Santa Fe National Forest and Pecos Wilderness. There are beautiful views and easy access to Shaggy Peak, the southernmost tip of the Rocky Mountains and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. Wander our land to enjoy a 20 minute hike to a creek in the forest or climb up Shaggy Peak (about 4 hours round trip hiking, depending on your activity level).
The founders of Santa Fe Tree House Camp, Charles and Santa Hoge, created a safe place for children to enjoy the outdoors. They encouraged the arts, music, animal and nature appreciation and respectful connection to all.
Whether you are visiting us from nearby Albuquerque or you have traveled half-way around the world, we offer you tranquility and the deep healing of nature.
Accommodations include campsites, rustic tree house style cabins, a bunk house and our Singing Nail Cabin (the founders original homestead).
Visitors of all ages are invited to relive the childlike wonder of sleeping amidst the trees. There are 7 tree house cabins of varying distances from the bath house and outdoor kitchen. These structures are all raised from the ground with openings for windows, and nestled amid the trunks and branches of ponderosa, piñon, and juniper trees.
Family Reunions * Intergenerational Programs * Celebrations * Corporate Team-building * Company picnics * Community Festivals * Fundraising Events * School & Camp Programs *Wilderness Skills * Tree climbing & natural movement * Pioneer living skills * Adventure Sports Training * Guided Hikes and more...
Camping * Glamping*
Treehouse & Cabin lodging.
Mobile Climbing Wall:
Bring a group for a day or overnight experience or rent our 25' climbing wall for your special event.
Santa Fe is known for delicious food, year-round festivals, Meow Wolf, museums, hot springs, historic sites, hiking and galleries. Visit the nearby pueblos for native wares and cultural dances or enjoy the ski slopes in less than an hour.