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Made reservations for 5 nights. Arrived and inadvertently set up camp in wrong space. Talked to the front office and they were very understanding. Let me stay in this site for 4 nights. I didn'tfeel like tearing down and setting up again. We'll cut our stay by one night. Even refunded me the fifth…
Full hook ups, gravel, rock, paved, or concrete pad. Mostly level. Nice bathrooms/showers and laundry. Easy access off of route 40. Close shopping. Good amount of space for campers. Some road noise but not too bad.
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There are a lot of spots to disperse in this campground but there are a few certain spots that blow the rest of them out of the water. We arrived on a Friday with only a few people there. Saturday/Sunday was maybe at half capacity. Pretty sure that were we the only ones there when we left on…
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Beautiful camping near the Bandier National Monument. Sites are spaced fairly wide apart. No hookups. Toilets and water are available.
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…
I really like the subtle Ed’s of the campground. While driving in it doesn’t look like much, but it’s quite large once you pull in. Although there is some amount of traffic noise, it get quieter as you move deeper into the campgrounds.
The amazing canyon view is jaw dropping, however that…
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.
Close quarters and sights are not very level. Fairly expensive for not having a pool.
Not exciting but right on the Rio Grande. Quite and friendly.
Friendly staff. Clean grounds and bathrooms. Urban location that has bus stop right outside that takes you downtown to Plaza for $1 senior or $2 regular all day pass.
We stayed at the Buffalo Grove Site #66 for one night. If you have an RV/trailer, Buffalo Grove is the best loop as all have 30/50 Amp, city water hookup, covered table, lantern and paved sites. There are other loops in the campground that may have 50 amp and no water or 15/30 amp with water and…
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This is one of our two favorite campgrounds in Santa Fe. The other is Santa Fe Skies. They each have a very different "feel" about them. In Rancheros you do not have the wide open view to the West for the amazing sunsets not the view to the east toward the mountains, but you have an intimate site…
At first you think oh no, it’s just a parking lot. You pull into your periphery space because you did reserve, and as you set up, you realize that all in front of your door there is open space. Trees, wild flowers. Maybe the stream.
The other campers come here as often as they can. They have…
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We stopped here for an overnight stay. It is a well maintained, gated RV park. The level concrete pads were great and site had full hookups, Picnic table and fire pit. The only reason for giving 4 stars was that the cellular and wifi was intermittent but I think if you get a spot closer to the…