You Can Live Off The Grid In This New Mexico Village Considered The Best In The Country

Do you ever just want to unplug and live off the grid, even if just for a day or week? Well, you can and you don’t even have to travel very far to make it happen. Cloudcroft is considered one of the best places in the entire country to do so and we have to agree. Here’s why living off-grid in New Mexico can be such a fantastic thing.

For more information on Cloudcroft, you can visit the community’s official website.

Have you ever been to Cloudcroft? If so, would you agree that this New Mexico off-grid community should be considered as one of the best places to live off the grid? Are there any other small towns in New Mexico you think we should add to the list? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

While Cloudcroft is an enchanting place to visit no matter the time of year, fall is truly spectacular. In fact, you’ll want to visit this tiny village in New Mexico during the autumn months to see the most incredible fall colors.

If you’re still in the mood for more New Mexico adventures, take a look at this video about exploring the Bisti Badlands & De-Na-Zin Wilderness:


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New Mexico Adventures

March 16, 2023

Where can we find festivals in New Mexico?

  • The Roswell UFO Festival in Roswell encompasses costume contests, 5k and 10k “alien chases,” and a light parade.
  • The Pie Festival in Pie Town features all manner of pies, a pie-eating contest, a pie themed quilt raffle, and more.
  • The Hatch Chile Festival in Hatch draws folks from all over the state for Hatch Chile everything you can think of, plus a chile eating contest, and a parade.

Read on to learn more about the many exciting festivals in New Mexico.

Where can we find campgrounds in New Mexico?

  • Apache Creek Campground in Reserve also features a nearby trail to a petroglyph site.
  • The El Caso Campgrounds offers primitive campsites on a partially developed campground landscape.
  • Jacks Creek in Pecos is popular because it is a great jumping off spot for exploring the Pecos Wilderness

Read on to learn more about the wonderful campgrounds in New Mexico.

Where can we go to watch sunrises in New Mexico?

  • The Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in San Antonio offers spectacular views of the refuge, especially first thing in the morning.
  • Santa Rosa Lake in Santa Rosa features dramatic sunrise colors across the water.
  • The Sangre de Cristo Mountains draw folks from all over the state, particularly photographers who capture amazing sunrise shots.

Read on to learn more about the many places where you can go to watch sunrises in New Mexico