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Old 12-21-2015, 06:00 AM   #1
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Advice for overnight spot on I-40 between Albuqerque and Amarillo

Traveling home with our new trailer and planning to stop between the two cities tonight. Any recommendations? I was thinking Santa Rosa Campground, but reviews are "hit or miss".
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We've stayed at Santa Rosa Campground numerous times and found it a great 1 night stop.

They have a restaurant on site with pretty good BBQ.
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For one night we simply pull in to a rest stop and sleep in the camper.
At one rest stop I actually saw a 5er with all slides out and a sewer hose running to a storm drain. I would never go that far.
In fact, the reason we bought our rear kitchen is because we can access everything with the slide stowed if need be, if we want it out, it's only 18 inches deep, so pretty inoffensive.
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We've stayed at Santa Rosa Campground numerous times and found it a great 1 night stop.

They have a restaurant on site with pretty good BBQ.
Thanks. It worked out great.
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