Founded in 1610, La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís is the oldest capital city in the United States. Most people simply know it Santa Fe, New Mexico. Resting at an elevation of 7,200 feet, in a wide valley between two mountain ranges, Santa Fe is known as “The City Different” for its unique culture and historical atmosphere. The biggest draw to Santa Fe is its historic downtown area, where much of its original architecture and character has been preserved. Visitors are invited to dine at sidewalk cafes, roam arts and crafts galleries, and shop in local boutiques. There’s also plenty to explore just outside of the city, including hiking and skiing in the Santa Fe Mountains, ancient pueblos at Pecos National Historic Park, and the former ghost town Madrid, and its variety of eclectic shops, galleries and eateries.
Located just a few miles southwest of the historic downtown area, the Los Sueños de Santa Fe RV Park & Campground offers nearly 100 drive-in and pull-through RV campsites. Sites can accommodate vehicles/trailers up to 70 feet, and provide full or partial hookups. A selection of campsites are available for small vehicles and tent campers. Resort amenities include restrooms, shower and laundry facilities, picnic pavilion, barbecue area, playground, swimming pool, and free Wifi service; a dump station is available onsite. Restaurants, groceries and a movie theater are within just a few minutes’ walking distance, and visitors can use the Santa Fe trail system to walk or ride all the way to the historic downtown area. Pets are welcome, with restrictions. Campsite rates are $36–$54/night.
Los Suenos rv Park is located in the hustle and bustle of Santa Fe. If you're not sure you will drive right by and not even see it. If you do manage to find it nice little park with full hookups laundry and shower facilities but that's it. All cell carriers seem to work just fine here.
This was a great location to explore the city and the staff was really nice. The bathrooms are clean and the laundry facility is nice as well. However, there really isn't anything super special about the park. The sites are pretty close together, but this is to be expected if you want to stay close to a city. If we were passing through we would definitely consider this park again for the convenience. However, if you don't have errands or things you want to do in town I'm sure you could find more scenic spots outside of town. Also, this isn't far from Meow Wolf - a super interesting experience!!