Where do you find the Singing River?  It lives in the hearts of many in Questa NM, Taos Pueblo, and beyond.  It is a sanctuary of joy and wonder.  Founded in the early nineties by Maggie and Aron Rael and friends, Singing River Field Center is a day camp located on the pristine sun-dappled banks of the Rio Cabresto nestled in the Latir mountain wilderness.   Facilities include day lodge, a farm and greenhouse, nature trails, swimming and fishing holes, and a large meadow for games.  Singing River is a place for kids to be themselves in nature.

Ages:  7-12 year old campers

Sessions:  Week-long day-camp sessions. Survival Camp: May 27 - 31 and June 3 - 7. Service Camp June 10 - 14.

Times:  Camp runs from 9am to 3:45pm Monday through Friday with a campout Thursday night.

Transportation:  For drop-off / pickup at the camp - follow these directions.  Our camp shuttle also transports campers to and from the Field Center at no cost.   Drop off is at Questa Chevron at 8:30am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Pickup is at 4:10pm at the Chevron on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.  These times allow for campers to ride the free NCRTD "Blue Bus" (click here for routes and schedules).  With prior arrangement we will put RTD riding campers on the 4:10 bus to Taos or Red River . There will be no camp shuttle on Thursday PM and Friday AM due to the overnight.  

Tuition:  Camp costs $165 per week.  Tuition is sliding scale.  No camper will be turned away due to economic status.  More information can be found on the online application.  Please mail a check to Localogy, HC 81 Box 41, Questa NM 87556 (put SRFC in the memo line), or pay online at our donate page (use the "donate to Singing River Field Center" button on the lower right-hand side).

Meals:  Please send your camper with a sack lunch Monday through Thursday.  We will provide Thursday dinner and Friday breakfast and lunch for the overnight.

Info:  Don't hesitate to call if you have any questions about the program: 575-613-6808.