The Timbers at Chama features world class hunts for Elk, Mule Deer and Merriam Turkey on over 10,000 private acres in New Mexico’s famed Unit 4… (more)
The Timbers fishing charters take guests to some of the best trout fishing in New Mexico’s Rocky Mountains… (more)
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- Trophy Bull Elk
- Trophy Mule Deer
- Private Land Hunts
- Luxury Accommodations
- Special Events
The Timbers at Chama offers hunters a personalized shot at bull elk of trophy proportions in the Rocky Mountains of northern New Mexico. The rustic, but elegant, well-appointed Timbers lodge has been renovated by proprietors Rhonda and Bill Glisson to provide an exclusive retreat for big-game hunters.
New Mexico’s famed Unit 4 consistently produces the largest and most robust mule deer in New Mexico and the Rocky Mountains. The Timbers at Chama offers a select group of hunters the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to potentially harvest a mule deer for the record books.
PRIVATE LAND HUNTS
The Timbers ranch — with expansive views of the Brazos mountain range — spreads over more than 400 privately owned acres with leased elk, deer and Merriam turkey hunting. Hunters also have access to more than 10,000 acres on nearby properties. All Elk and Deer hunts are in New Mexico Unit 4, world renowned for its thriving, free-roaming herds of elk and trophy mule deer.
The Timbers at Chama combines comfortable accommodations with a beautiful Rocky mountain setting. Guests are encouraged to create their own lasting memories. The staff will personalize each visit with attention to detail that includes special interests, preferences, limitations, New Mexico food specialties and even favorite foods of each individual, couple or family.
Guests revisit The Timbers at Chama in the summer for cool mountain air and the record-class trout waters:fishing the Brazos or Chama rivers or trolling Heron or El Vado Lakes. Spring offers an explosion of natural beauty — enjoy horseback riding, mountain biking and wildlife photography or ride the historic Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad – a must for steam train aficionados.
After a day of hunting, retire to the comfort of the Timbers Lodge for gourmet meals. Relax by the fireplace or in the Jacuzzi. Plan a return visit to northern New Mexico after the fall hunting season for business conferences, family gatherings, college reunions, and other private events.