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Old 08-10-2013, 06:43 PM   #1
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Whats the Best Campground in Albuquerque?

We will be staying a couple of days in Albuquerque after picking up our "New To Us" coach. What's the best campground with room for a 39' (no toad) with full hookups and lots of amenities?

I see the Stagecoach has a pool.

Any comments on where to stay are appreciated.
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Old 08-10-2013, 06:55 PM   #2
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We stayed here American RV Park a few years back. Very nice Park then and still highly rated. It can get windy.
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Old 08-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #3
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X2 for American. We stayed there twice last year. We were in Albq. for conferences.
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Old 08-10-2013, 07:28 PM   #4
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American Rv Park is nice if you have passport america you can stay at Enchanted Trails.Its just down the road from American and next door to Camping World they seem to get good reviews.
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X 2 for Enchanted Trails. No pool but real nice campground. If you outstay Passport America they let you switch to Good Sam discount.
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Enchanted Trails is a nice park, all gravel drives and spaces. They have some nice vintage trailers and appropriate model cars on display to help enjoy a cool evening walk. We will definitely stay there again if circumstances permit.

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We stayed at American RV on our way through Albuquerque. We had a new-to-us fifth wheel and had some trouble with the black water tank. The people there were real nice and suggested a mobile RV repair fellow who arranged to get it fixed. They brought over the ca-ca sucker truck and hooked it up to our waste pipe to clear a blockage. We would definitely stay there again. The park is clean, well run and nice

We had an awful experience with the RV repair place (I think it was also called American but is not associated) across the road. They misdiagnosed the problem, cut into the sheet metal under the trailer and gave us a ridiculous estimate saying the tank needed to be replaced
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X 2 for Enchanted Trails. No pool but real nice campground. If you outstay Passport America they let you switch to Good Sam discount.
They had a pool the last 3 years I was there for the Balloon Fiesta. There web site still lists one.

www.enchantedtrails.com/
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They had a pool the last 3 years I was there for the Balloon Fiesta. There web site still lists one.

www.enchantedtrails.com/
Come to think of it, they may have. I was always there in the winter, it may have been shut down.
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We are at the High Desert RV Park. Will be here until the 28th. It's a nice, neat RV park. There is no pool but we have never used the pool in any RV park.
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We also stayed at American RV Park earlier this year... A Very nice and clean park... Have also stayed at the KOA ,, but guess I'd prefer American if I had a choice... Don't think you will be dissapointed... Hope you have a good time with your new rv !!!!
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Enchanted Trails RV Park does indeed have a pool AND complimentary wind Very convenient to walk next door to a well stocked Camping World. Always nice to beat em' out of there high shipping rate

Can't speak of the other nearby RV concerns.

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