The Spur Ranch is both rough and refined—somewhere between a 4-star lodge and a
trailside bedroll. Imagine Georgia O’Keefe and Joey Ramone had a love child who built
a rustic sanctuary for high-desert nature and fine art. The Spur Ranch is a 391 acre
estate sandwiched between the Eldorado Subdivision and the breathtaking Galisteo
Basin Preserve. The location is a perfect trifecta of wide-open wilderness, nearby
conveniences and an easy 15 minute commute to Santa Fe.
The Spur Ranch Offers A Premier Location Rental For Photography and Film: • $1,000/day Ranch Access (includes use of a trailer) • $5,000/day includes full access to the Ranch House and Art Compound. PAST PROJECTS INCLUDE: • Cowboy Up Advertising Campaign With VueQ • Katherine Maxwell Knitwear Designs with Jennifer Esperanza Photography • Fashion feature for Trend […]
Behind a weathered, adobe wall at the end of Donkey Town is the Arts Compound. 10,000 square feet of semi-industrial, borderline dangerous, warehouse space, chopped into multiple studios. The compound clangs, buzzes, whirrs and hums with creative endeavor. Sweet Ass Studios has it headquarters here, providing composition, sound design and audio production services. There are private artist […]
Separate from the Ranch House and the protected wilderness is Donkey Town. After you enter the main gates, take the first road on the right. Donkeytown Lane passes sculpture, a cluster of rustic rentals, and a donkey stable before dead ending at the arts compound and stables.