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Take a peak at the secluded Hideout Cabin along Bear Creek riparian area with free wi-fi! A vacation cabin rental perfect for hiking, bird watching, near the Gila National Forest. Enjoy your covered deck and gaze dark star filled skies, kick back and relax. This cabin was described by a recent guest as "deliciously private" and is near the Gila National Forest and Silver City.

Situated at the end of the road along Bear Creek, this charming 560 square foot cabin has everything you need to make you feel right at home, for any length of stay. Filled with antique accents from a gentler era, the furnishings for the Hideout Cabin include custom designed candle holders made from 130 year old French oak wine barrel, a silvered wall mirror, vintage crystal oil lamps and custom hand crafted kitchen cabinets. At the end of the day, sleep won’t take long to come as you experience the peace and quiet of the star-filled sky, all snug as a bug in your cozy Egyptian cotton linens on the luxury queen bed with a repurposed barn door head board.

Adjacent to the dining area for 4, the kitchen of the Hideout Cabin is fully furnished with full-sized appliances, including custom designed shelves, a gas oven/range, dishwasher, pots and pans and the other necessities for cooking, and even an antique cabinet filled with a unique display of ornate drinking glasses. The private bathroom has a larger shower with seat, a pedestal sink, plenty of plush, fresh towels, blow dryer and a storage cabinet for your toiletries. The living area is complete with an Italian leather love seat and matching over-sized easy chair, TV/DVD player. There is even a BBQ grill, charcoal and lighter fluid provided for outdoor cooking. The only element missing is you!

Start your day off with a hot cup of coffee, rocking on the front porch of the Hideout Cabin, nestled among the Piñon, juniper, cottonwood, sycamore, black walnut, live oak and elm trees. With the creek just a short walk from your cabin at the end of the road, if you sit quiet, you’ll likely spy deer, roadrunners, wild turkey and jackrabbits in the fields, and eagles, hawks, and falcons in the sky.

Right out your door you’ll have access to 360 private acres of a variety of terrain, including miles of “no trail" hiking and a privately protected riparian area where you’ll see hundreds of native and migratory birds. The adjacent 15 square miles of public land proves you really are at the end of the road. If your sense of adventures requires more, hop in the car for a short 20-minute drive and you’ll have access to 3-million acres of public lands, including New Mexico State Land, Bureau of Land Management and the Gila National Forest, where you can hunt, rock hound, and even explore Native ruins.

If are looking for an equestrian experience, the Hideout Cabin is just a stone’s throw from several of our corrals and a 250′ x 300′ manicured arena with near perfect footing. If you’d like to bring your own horse, we have self-care paddocks available. Guided horseback rides are available from a local outfitter. Whether you explore on our little piece of the Land of Enchantment from your own two feet, from the back of a horse, or the comfort of your car, one thing is for sure. Once you settle in, you won’t want to leave. View more

At New Mexico Cabin Rentals, the pace is slower, making it easy to unplug from the stressful rush of urban life. While there is plenty to do, there are no watches, clocks, itineraries, schedules, and certainly no traffic lights or gridlock to deal with – well, except for the occasional cattle crossing. Activities happen at your own pace and it won’t take long for you to reconnect with your own natural rhythm.

Bird watching: Bear Creek meanders through nearly 2 miles of the private land surrounding New Mexico Cabin Rentals and is home to hundreds of migratory and indigenous birds. The giant cottonwood and sycamore trees, Piñon, juniper, and live oak trees provide the perfect habitat for a large variety of bird species. In fact, approximately 339 bird species have been sighted a few miles away, in the Gila National Forest.

Hiking: Feel free to walk about on our 360 acres with private access placing you adjacent to 6500 acres a Wildlife Preserve. At New Mexico Cabin Rentals, you can stroll nearly 2 miles of our privately protected riparian area along Bear Creek or travel your own path. Climb to the top of Turtle Rock and explore “Apache Corral.” Wander the ridges looking for the ancient homes of the Mimbres Indians who lived along Bear Creek 1100 to 1300 years ago. We don’t “make” the trails, you get to blaze your own!

Stargazing: The night skies here are just amazing which is why amateur and experienced astronomers flock to New Mexico to experience the densely star packed nights. Of course, one of the best places to view the millions of stars is right from the deck of your New Mexico Cabin Rental. Just remember that although New Mexico doesn’t have a lot of bugs, those that are here are attracted to light. To really enjoy the night skies, we recommend you leave your porch light off while sitting outside – you’ll see more stars and attract fewer pesky bugs. View more about Debbie and Alan Eggleston

My husband and I feel so fortunate to have been able to stay on the Double E Ranch at Hideout cabin. Debbie and Alan have worked so hard to maintain the true feel of the old west. One week they would be there working 9-6 from Monday thru Sunday.

Our charming cabin was so clean and cozy with everything we would need including a stock of DVD’s for us to use. We had everything we needed and loved every picture and piece of furniture and Egytian cotton sheets and cozy bed. It was also nice that they had a washing machine and dryer for our use, too. We enjoyed the porch everyday and the weather was exceptional, especially to us northerners. We loved hiking around the ranch and eventually ventured off to a few of many beautiful hiking trails a few miles from the ranch. Debbie left a great packet of detailed information on the ranch and things to do in the area. Because we were there for one month, we had time to view the Cliff Dwellings, The Catwalk and the fish hatchery which were so interesting and even had a visit to El Paso. Really the area of the Gila National Forest is one of the most beautiful areas in the U.S. The pictures on the Eggelstons website are true to what you will see. We also saw havelinas, deer and turkeys. It was such a great feeling to return to our cozy cabin every day that we hated to leave this quiet, pieceful place to visit. Thanks, Debbie, Alan and Chris for being so helpful and for the information that you provided. We can’t wait to come back!!!! Mike and Jan