Pie Town RV Park | PO Box 574 | Pie Town, NM 87827 | 575-772-2727 or 888-PIE-TOWN
Family owned and operated by Jay and Penny Carroll
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"In" Pie Town
Located on the south side of Highway 60 in Pie Town, hours vary — check their Web site.
Located on the north side of Highway 60 in Pie Town, hours vary — check their Web site.
The Gatherin' Place
OPEN 7 DAYS 10 - 4 during the winter months -- Longer in the summer.
Log, Stick and Steel Construction
Many of our RV guests stay here at the RV Park while the Log, Stick and Steel crew builds their home . You can see some of the company's handy work, as the log home at the RV park was built by Jay & Penny and Log, Stick and Steel.
Yes, you read it right… The Stool Bus has become a popular Pie Town icon, and possibly 'the' most photographed item in Pie Town. Sitting just 30 feet from the actual Continental Divide Trail, Stool Bus, LLC is a septic service provider and it's headquartered at the Pie Town RV Park. Go ahead! Take all the photos you want…every body else does. Imagine - you and your loved ones posing to be photographed leaning on a septic truck!
And - you just might have the Pie Town original Stool Bus coming to your neighborhood, soon check out StoolBusBrands.com
DanCyn' Windmill Museum
Dan and Cyndi Lee are happy and excited to invite you to the DanCyn' Windmill Museum, located in Pie Town, NM. It has been their dream to capture the rich heritage of the area in a "period authentic" log cabin filled with memories of local families, the homesteaders, the ranchers. Come share the memories with them.
The Pie Town Community Council ...leads a host of volunteers in making your community a better place. They sponsor annual events, the largest of which is the annual Pie Festival, and perform many services that you just might take for granted.
"Around" Pie Town and Catron County, New Mexico
Continental Divide National Scenic Trail
The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail provides for high quality, scenic, primitive hiking and horseback-riding recreational experiences, while conserving natural, historic, and cultural resources along the Continental Divide. Extending 3,100 miles between Mexico and Canada, the trail traverses landscapes primarily on public lands within 50 miles of the geographic feature.
The Very Large Array
The Very Large Array, one of the world's premier astronomical radio observatories, consists of 27 radio antennas in a Y-shaped configuration on the Plains of San Agustin fifty miles west of Socorro, New Mexico.
The Gila National Forest
The Gila National Forest has spectacular scenery ranging from high cool mountains with aspen and douglas fir to warm semi-arid lowlands with juniper, oak and cactus. It is one of the more remote and least developed National Forests in the southwest. Covering 3.3 million acres of publicly owned forest and range land, the Forest is the sixth largest National Forest in the continental United States. The Forest is also home to the first proclaimed Wilderness area.
The Cibola National Forest
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands are over 1.9 million acres in size. Elevation ranges from 5,000-11,301 feet. The forest includes the Datil, Gallinas, Magdalena, Bear, Manzano, Sandia, San Mateo, Mt. Taylor, and Zuni Mountains. There are four wildernesses contained within the forest: the Sandia Mountain, Manzano Mountain, Withington, and Apache Kid. The Cibola National Grasslands are located in northeastern New Mexico, western Oklahoma, and northwestern Texas.
The Apache and Sitgreaves National Forests
The Apache and Sitgreaves National Forests encompass over two million acres of magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona. On the Sitgreaves, the major attractions for the visitors from the desert are the Mogollon Rim and eight cold-water lakes. The Apache National Forest ranges in elevation from 3,500 feet to nearly 11,500 feet and is named for the tribes that settled in this area. The area from Mount Baldy east to Escudilla Mountain is often referred to as the White Mountains of Arizona.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
Bosque del Apache NWR is situated just east of Interstate 25 midway between Albuquerque and Las Cruces. While there is always something interesting to see, you will find the greatest numbers of birds at the Refuge during the winter months, i.e. from early November to mid-February.