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Old 02-08-2015, 01:56 PM   #1
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Any advice on staying near Santa Fe towards the end of this month (looking at schools with daughter), will it still be to chilly for RV. Maybe somewhere a little further south?
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Old 02-08-2015, 03:45 PM   #2
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Accuweather says that Santa Fe daily highs will be in the 55-60 range, with lows around 22 overnight. Albuquerque (about 70 miles south) will be roughly the same daytime, but 32 or so at night, per Accuweather. If you can keep the heat on overnight, you'd probably be able to handle it in either place. You could check with the RV park you intend to use and ask about weather as you get closer.

We live in Southwest Colorado, and our temps are roughly the same, but lows overnight are running in the teens.

Hope that helps.
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We usually travel thru Santa Fe in January on our way to Tucson. As long as you have propane for your furnace and electric hookups you should be good to go. Like PagosaJoe said, it gets very cold at night.

Our favorite RV campground there is the Santa Fe Skies RV Park located just off I-25, and there is a gas station near the exit.

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Santa Fe Skies is very nice. If you prefer Albuquerque then High Desert just west of the city.
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We usually travel thru Santa Fe in January on our way to Tucson. As long as you have propane for your furnace and electric hookups you should be good to go. Like PagosaJoe said, it gets very cold at night.

Our favorite RV campground there is the Santa Fe Skies RV Park located just off I-25, and there is a gas station near the exit.

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I agree with PagosaJoe, it will still be cold at night. The problem is could be from teens to thirties. Daytime temps from high thirties to high sixties. Just depends on what the weather is at that time. Late Feb can have a lot of variability.
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Thanks for the info, you all think further south would be better, any campground recommendations?
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Thanks for the info, you all think further south would be better, any campground recommendations?
We usually stay in Santa Fe regardless of the weather, we have a furnace and heavy down comforters when needed. If we make it to Albuquerque, American RV Park is west along I-70 across the interstate from Camping World. This is a nice park with lots of room, and free breakfast and coffee. The hot tub is great, too.

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X3 in Santa Fe Skies ! Very clean, very nice, and family owned.

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