The venue for the Forest Fiesta is over 20 acres of indigenous land setup perfectly for those of you eager to connect with nature. Mujeres Valley Campground is owned and operated by Indigenous trailblazers creating safe spaces for all people, especially people of color. The campground is a plant medicine & pet-friendly space that honors Mother Earth and is constantly striving to facilitate a community connection with nature.
The Forest Fiesta is coordinated by....
IxChel isn't just one of the owners of the Mujeres Valley Campground she's a talented entrepreneur with a passion for creating community, natural wellness and generating opportunities for BIPOC people and rural businesses.
Lady Canna is a local artist & business owner who enjoys sipping tea, mindfulness, meditation and yielding her Majick carefully. Her beautiful spirit of community and cannabis powered skincare line will be featured at the fiesta!
Asad is our local farmer, Chief Operating Officer, Co-Owner of Crooked Arrow Farm, and does all of our construction and maintenance on the campground and brings his graphic design skills and love for music all together with the events hosted here at Mujeres Valley!
Hannah is locally raised certified yoga instructor who's long-term experience with the land in western New Mexico makes her a special key to the team. She is a ray of sunshine & will be hosting daily yoga sessions during the festival!
L25 is a music producer & headliner of the Forest Fiesta! Coming to us from Texas with her passion for creating safe spaces for women & the music industry, her beautiful spirit & music is something you don't want to miss!
The campground is located in western New Mexico in Cibola County between Zuni Pueblo and Acoma Pueblo not far from the Arizona border. Clicking the image above will take you directly to the Mujeres Valley Google Maps listing.
The venue will be providing access to bathrooms, showers, and camping/RV spaces for vendors, performers and visitors from across the United States to showcase their craft, music, art, food and network! Generators are welcome to power your camper, RV or essential needs if you're not completely comfortable camping with minimal power for 2 days.
You can map your trip to Mujeres Valley Campground by visiting our Google Business HERE and routing your trip! The last 3 miles to the campground are a dirt road that are privately maintained by private land owners so please drive slowly, and be mindful & respectful when you arrive.
Access to the event means you are being given access to a private campground for a private event that will require an entry fee. Any visitors that are interested in offering products or services (trade, donation based or paid) will be required to register as a vendor prior to the event. There will not be an option to view the venue without an entry fee.
Access to the campground will be closed from Wednesday, August 10th to Tuesday, August 16th. If you are interested in camping during the dates of the event you will be allowed to camp on the nights of August 12th and 13th as part of your entry fee, we will not be charging separately for camping.
Parking access during the dates of the event will be included in your registration access. Make sure to read the details of what your registration level includes for limitations and additional parking fees.
Mujeres Valley Campground is a BIPOC-owned, sustainability focused, safe space that is available all year for camping, private events, private parties, corporate retreats, and more! Don't hesitate to reach out to us about hosting your event at Mujeres Valley!