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Old 03-27-2011, 09:21 PM   #1
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Going west and wanted to stay around Albuqerque and Santa Fe a little, need some suggestions for a good campground for a 40' MH
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I stayed a few days at American RV Park located on the far west end of Albuq. Very nice rv park with plenty of pull thrus, although its rates are a little higher than other nearby rv parks.
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G'morning from Tampa.

We run a 45' pusher towing Honda Element and stayed at SANTA FE SKIES RV PARK. Found it to be a great location from which to tour not only Santa Fe, but easy day trips up to Taos, including circle drive around Mt. Wheeler, day trip up to Los Alamos, day trip down to Albuquerque, including circle drive around and up to Sandia Peak and back to Santa Fe, etc. etc. .....OH!.....be sure to try the burrito a the Blue Corn Restaurant in downtown Santa Fe.....mmmmm,..mmmmmm.. GOOD!!

Have a great trip.

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Old 03-28-2011, 06:46 AM   #4
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Going west and wanted to stay around Albuqerque and Santa Fe a little, need some suggestions for a good campground for a 40' MH
A bit off the beaten trail (I-25) between Albuquerque and Santa Fe is a wonderful COE park, Cochiti Lake. It is very close to the Tent Rocks NM, which is well worth a visit. Day trips to both cities are easy drives.

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There is also a very nice golf course nearby.

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Haven't taken the motorhome to NM yet but my DW & I stayed in Santa Fe for a week and LOVED it. Lots to see in the area. DO IT!

As Chickadee mentioned, Blue Corn Cafe in Santa Fe is nice, but we found "The Shed" just north of the plaza. It is where the locals eat and is excellent!
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I stayed a few days at American RV Park located on the far west end of Albuq. Very nice rv park with plenty of pull thrus, although its rates are a little higher than other nearby rv parks.
We stayed at American RV Park a couple of years ago in mid March. Is a very nice park although it can get a little windy at times.
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Enchanted Trails I 40 exit 149 is a nice Passport camp.
Coronado Campground at the State Park is nice and also PA US 550 just off I 25 exit 242
Casino Hollywood on the San Felipe Res. I 25 exit 252 free $10 with power has water and dump station.
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