Aug 282015
Review of New Mexico RV Parks and Campgrounds Stayed in by Discover New Mexico

Share It!  Albuquerque Central KOA, Albuquerque – Excellent (see the article)   Enchanted Trails RV Park & Trading Post, Albuquerque – Clean, affordable, staff was not overly friendly, wi-fi was poor. Park has a clean pool, a gift shop and laundry. Located next to Camper World. It is not in Albuquerque but on the outskirts with open countryside surrounding it. Los Suenos de Santa Fe RV Park, Santa Fe – Very good (see the article) Riana Campground, Abiquiu Lake – The Riana campground check-in was easy and the camp hosts [Read More]

Jun 062013
Acoma Sky City Casino RV Park – Review

Share It!Acoma Sky City Casino RV Park – Review An hour west of Albuquerque, on I-40 West, the Acoma Sky City Casino, Hotel and RV Park, offers an alternative overnight respite to the hustle and congestion of the city. Maneuvering through city traffic in an RV can be difficult and at the least frustrating. If you are headed west on New Mexico’s I-40 in an RV, Sky City may just be the ideal stop. Though many of the Native-owned and operated casinos in New Mexico offer RV parking or campgrounds, [Read More]

Jun 062013
Albuquerque Central KOA Kampground – Review

Share It!Albuquerque Central KOA Kampground – Review Guidebook America/Discover New Mexico recently visited the Albuquerque Central KOA Kampground, located just off I-40 and Juan Tabo, and it was a very pleasurable experience. The park is clean and large with plenty of room for any size of rig, tent spaces are available, or even camping cabins. A family-oriented campground but sure to be enjoyed by all. Though the campground is tucked away just below the south side of I-40, the noise was minimal and did not distract from the serenity of the campground. [Read More]

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