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Travel Info to Ghost Ranch & Camp Atta Cowgirl!

Driving

Ghost Ranch is located 65 miles northwest of Santa Fe (forty miles beyond Española) on U.S. 84 between mile markers 224 and 225. Its physical address is 280 Private Drive 1708, Abiquiu, NM, 87510-2001.

Ground Transportation

From Santa Fe you can hire a shuttle one of the following:


Herrera Coaches, Inc.
Steve Herrera
(505) 242-1108 ext. 3318
www.herreracoach.com
Email:steve@herreracoach.com


RoadRunner Shuttle and Charter
(505) 424-3367
www.roadrunnershuttleandcharter.com


White Buffalo Specialty Shuttle Service
Kevin Spitzer
831-359-8077
info@whitebuffaloshuttle.us


Accent Chauffeured Transportation
Angela Caro-Irving
505-424-2171
505-490-3459
info@accentnewmexico.com

Note: Camp Atta Girl! does not endorse these. These are for information purposes only.

Flying

The nearest major airport is the Albuquerque Sunport, 130 miles south of Ghost Ranch. There are several car rental agencies located at the airport.

There is also a small airport in Santa Fe. American Eagle Airlines is currently operating four daily flights out of Santa Fe Municpal Airport to and from Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) and one daily flight from Los Angeles. United Airlines has non-stop jet service from Denver.

Here are a few options to get from the airports to Ghost Ranch:

 

From Albuquerque Sunsport Airport:

 

Option 1. Rent a car and drive the 1 1/2  hours to Ghost Ranch

Option 2. Take the Sandia Shuttle from the airport to the Sage Inn in Santa Fe

  • approx. 1 hour 10 minute

  • Shuttle runs on the hour

  • $29.00 dollars

  • From Sage Inn arrange a shuttle White Buffalo Specialty Shuttle Service to Ghost Ranch

  • approx. 1 hour 20 minutes

 

From Sante Fe Airport


Option 1. Take an über or taxi to Sage Inn

  • From Sage Inn arrange a shuttle with Kevin at White Buffalo to Ghost Ranch (See above)

  • approx. 1 hour 20 minutes

Make Camp Atta Cowgirl! a Destination!

Come just for Camp Atta Cowgirl! Or come for fun before and after!

Visit Santa Fe!

Camp Atta Cowgirl! is just a trot from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe has long been a destination city, unlike any other. With legendary history and culture around every corner, an art scene that spans from traditional to contemporary, accommodations with a local feel yet world-class status, award-winning cuisine that’s as eclectic as it is sumptuous, and countless experiences to encounter, it's a perfect stop over on your way or on your way back from Camp Atta Cowgirl! Visit on your own or when friends who are joining you at our Camp!

Visit Taos! 

Visit Taos to discover rich traditions, fine art, cuisine, & the beauty of the landscape. In Taos, you can find a variety of things to do for every interest... all season long. Or, visit Albuquerque. Mostly known for its International Balloon Fiesta in October, there's still a wide variety of other things to do at any time of the year, like taking a ride on the world's longest Tramway to the top of Sandia Peak.  

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Ghost Ranch is a Destination!

We Love Its History - It Begins with the Strength of a Woman!

In 1928, Carol Stanley's husband won the property in a poker game. She recorded the deed in her name and decided to name the place Ghost Ranch. She moved there two years later, after divorcing her husband.

Stanley constructed guest quarters and created an exclusive dude ranch that was visited by many of the wealthy and creative people of the time. Eventually many of her friends moved to New Mexico for its peaceful atmosphere.

 

One of the most influential people to visit Ghost Ranch was Arthur Newton Pack, writer and editor of Nature Magazine. Stanley sold the ranch to Arthur Pack in 1935. It is now used as an educational and retreat center, where over 300 classes are offered each year.

A Destination for Discovery of All Kinds

200 million years ago Ghost Ranch and the American Southwest were located close to the equator, and had a warm, monsoon-like climate with heavy seasonal precipitation. Because of this, not only does Ghost Ranch have beautiful vistas and scenery, but it also includes a famous palaeontological site preserving Triassic dinosaurs.

A Destination for Filmmakers

Ghost Ranch's beautiful redrock scenery and 21,000 acres have attracted many filmmakers. Here is a partial list of films and series shot at Ghost Ranch:

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