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Stayed here for our Anniversary. Definitely a once in a lifetime must try experience. Getting to the actual cave was a little difficult but well worth the trip. Everything you need is supplied and with a quick trip into town we were able to have...More
Absolutely loved Kokopelli's Cave! My husband and I have traveled quite a bit and this was by far one of the best experiences ever! The walk down to the cave from the garage/parking area was not as bad as I imagined. The view from the...More
The cave itself is a wonderful experience but we had to park above the cave in a remote area accessible to vandals and thieves. Our truck had the windows broke out and the doors damaged in a pouring rain making it undriveable a thousand miles...More
Life is meant to be lived to fullest and always full of new and exciting experiences. Kokopelli's cave has all of that and more. Interesting hillside bed and breakfast 60 ft. into a mountainside. A must do on a road trip. If you're anywhere near...More
I happened on to this place by reading another article about a New Mexico Trading Post built into a cave. Since it usually books up months in advance, I was amazed it was available for Easter weekend (2017). I booked it as a surprise for...More
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Oh yes, the cave is a quite civilized. It has doors, raised floors, carpet, etc. II's not just a hole in the cliff face. As a matter of fact, Gayle will warn you to keep the screens closed because the squirrels occasionally... More
Oh yes, the cave is a quite civilized. It has doors, raised floors, carpet, etc. II's not just a hole in the cliff face. As a matter of fact, Gayle will warn you to keep the screens closed because the squirrels occasionally make a dash for the food.