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We have stayed at the Fam Camp multiple times. The RV sites are huge. You could easily park two full size vehicles and a large RV with ease. Contrary to the previous review, Kirtland AFB has 24/7 access to all authorized persons via the Truman gate off of Gibson Blvd. There is 30 and 50 amp…
Long level spots with full hookups. Heck, they even have an extra space for your toad!
We were shocked by how nice this place is.
Screaming fast ATT service. Less than 1/2 a mile to the entrance of Walmart!
I really enjoyed this spot. I was driving cross-country and this campsite was the perfect place to bed down for the night. It’s at the foothills of the eastern side of the Sandia Mountains and makes for some amazing views.
Not exciting but right on the Rio Grande. Quite and friendly.
We got there during night check in but went in to talk with the camp host in the morning. She was very sweet and kind! The bathrooms are being remodeled and are so pretty! Best showers ever! The tent sites were small but nice for a night. However it was bright with a light right outside the tent.
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I'm an EV driver and was my first time spending the night in an RV park. With the right adapter was able to easily hook up. Very nice staff.
Very nice RV/Tent park. Operated by the town of Bernalillo, New Mexico. Prices range from $10.00 per night for tents and $20.00, $30.00, $35.00 per night for Rvs. Great view of the Rio Grande and Sandia Mountains. Just 15 minutes from Albuquerque. All RV sites have electric but most have…
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Although they’ve tried to make handicap accessibility adaptations the main office is completely inaccessible. The women’s restroom has a large lip on the entry door and the handicap restroom is still fairly narrow and anybody with a wheelchair will have difficulties. None of the shower stalls are…
Excellent for a my stop into Albuquerque to see the Sandia Mountains (the view from the top of the tram is better than the view from the top of the road up, by the way - if you are hiking, you’ll see both; If not, maybe that will affect your decision on how to go up) and Petroglyph National…
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Loved the campground. We only did an overnight and it's 20 minutes away from the Peroglyp's national monument. Close to the gas station too. Campground site is pretty clean and best of all we saw a bunch of rabbits.
Staff was friendly-- as were locals. There were even prairie dogs to greet you at entrance (careful driving!)
Notice that American RV Resort, 13500 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121 was Good Sam Approved.
The night we pulled in our information was not available for our reservation (made it eight months in advance). After speaking with and getting disconnected three times with your 800 number, being…
We stayed here on our way west. It was quiet and secluded, there are plenty of spots. It’s a great stop, 40 minutes from Albuquerque. Our place had a little fire ring but nothing else is there. We are car camping so it’s perfect for that but also plenty of room for tents.
Stayed only one night on our way west. Beautiful location, stay in the tent (primitive) side for more privacy and quiet. The address is 22 Calvary Cedar Crest, NM. We used the coordinates in Dyrt and pulled onto Cooper Road. Don’t do that!
Coronado Campground in Bernalillo has a great location. Easily accessed from I25 but not so close as to be bothered by freeway noise. Right on the Rio Grande. Next door to Bosque Brewery, so good food and brews are at hand. Adobe shelters over the picnic tables at each site keep you from getting…