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Old 08-09-2014, 12:56 AM   #1
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Chama, NM...Rio Chama RV Park or Sky Mountain Resort?

Stopping there for a few days to ride the Train and explore a bit before heading up to the Cortez, Co area. Any advise or opinions on these two parks? Thanks,
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I stayed at Sky Mountain. Nice Rving couple own it. Just stayed overnight to ride the train. It was a good spot for that and the train ride was incredible. Enjoy.
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I stayed at Sky Mountain. Nice Rving couple own it. Just stayed overnight to ride the train. It was a good spot for that and the train ride was incredible. Enjoy.
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Thanks to you both for the prompt reply!
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We stayed at the Rio Chama back in June. Was a nice park but the mesquitos were terrible. Open the Jeep door and a dozen would swarm in before you could close the door. Other than that it had a lot of shade and was overall nice park.
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We stayed at the Rio Chama back in June. Was a nice park but the mesquitos were terrible. Open the Jeep door and a dozen would swarm in before you could close the door. Other than that it had a lot of shade and was overall nice park.
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We stayed at Sky Mountain in April. Nice park, we really enjoyed it. The owner drove me down in a golf cart so that I could pick my space.
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