Located in the beautiful San Simon Valley of New Mexico, with the rugged Chiricahua Mountains and the Coronado National Forest to the west and the Peloncillo Mountains to the east, RODEO COTTAGES are central to the town of Rodeo, NM. Offering spectacular views of both mountain ranges, RODEO COTTAGES are within walking distances to art galleries, the tavern and grocery store and just minutes away from hiking and the naturalists' paradise of the high desert with granite peaks, canyons, and pine forests. It's the birding capital of the southwest with exciting sightings of both local and migratory birds!
One of the best locations in the US for stargazing and ultralight flying. RODEO COTTAGES played their part in history with the buildings being located on the Rodeo Emergency Airstrip at the north end of town during World War II. The COTTAGES were the supply depot and the radio shack and large letters identifying Rodeo, NM along with the military call numbers can still be seen on the roof.
The Cottages interiors have newly remodeled and updated kitchens and baths and are decorated in western motifs. The smaller cottage has a living room/kitchen combination with a private bedroom and huge bath. The larger one has a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, bath and a loft. The rates are reasonable and well behaved, house-trained pets are welcome. Both cottages have enclosed yards which provide exercise spaces for pets.Birders and hikers will find RODEO COTTAGES especially comfortable with lots of room and privacy. Both residences are surrounded by a high privacy fence and room to sit outside surrounded by colorful vines and desert pine trees. Wildlife abounds with deer, Javelinas, Rocky Mountain sheep. Jaguars have also been sighted! The RODEO COTTAGES are located 2 and one half hours south of Tucson, AZ and 3 hours northwest of El Paso, TX. If traveling east or west on Interstate 10, turn south at Road Forks and the Transcontinental Highway 80. Rodeo, NM is 35 miles south of Road Forks, through russet rolling hills, ochre rock formations and spectacular mountain passes.