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This campground has numerous sites and many were open during our visit. Juniper provides good shade and often privacy between sites. Clean sites with big tables and adequate space. Suspect wildlife in the area indicated by double locked bear proof trash containers. The campgrounds made us feel…
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First, this campground is clean and well kept; Pavement throughout. However, if you are coming with a large RV, you may not find a suitable space. They advertise up to 40’, but there are only a few sites that can accommodate anything that large. We have a 25’ fifth-wheel and there were a lot of…
We went in fall and omg this was by far the best it was like heaven the trees were so orange and the thick wood right smack in the desert definitely bucket list place
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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…
The Campground (CG) is right off I-40 but our Garmin RV GPS wanted to take us up about 15 miles farther West and turn back. This could have been because of the new roadwork and two traffic circles to get to the travel center, casino, and RV park. Waze had us getting off the right exit, going…
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It was great. We felt VERY safe and noticed regularly patrolling park rangers. I walked into the restrooms and they were in the middle of cleaning them. It was very clean and no trash anywhere on the grounds. Water spigots are everywhere, too. Well-stocked lake.
Convienient, clean, friendly staff. Sites are pull through, shared hook ups. Biggest draw back is they are not well marked. Noise off 40 did not bother us. Right next to Camping World.
Pull through, level concrete pad made hook up a breeze. I wasn’t expecting a beautiful setting for my quick stop over, so I was ok with a spacious parking lot. Nice club house, and bath house.
Very clean, large restroom/shower...many sites appear to be long term campers...I had a site close to the office/restroom...quiet and helpful owner...internet was sufficient...sites are pull thru which is great for overnight...still under construction but offers good camping...
Came recommended by a friend. Beautiful secluded spot in the Manzanos. Nice kid-friendly trails adjacent to the campground. We had a nice shady site, some others seemed more exposed.
This place is super convenient to Santa Fe. Easy to find and plenty of spots. We opted not to camp in the “lot” where a lot of people set up. We drove back the road a bit further for some privacy. The area is very dusty. Given the proximity to town there were some campsites that had a degree…
Really enjoyed the RV Park itself but felt like a second class citizen since the Casino wasn’t open to non New Mexico residents.
Not good for large trailers but if you have a smaller one or tent camping, this place is great. When it is full it is still fine as it seems people there are decent and know their manners. (becoming unusual these days) Will stay there again.
At one time this was a state park, but was sold to the Belen, NM school district and is used as an environmental education facility. There is no camping here.