Albuquerque is such a beautiful place, we stayed at American RV off of I40 a couple of weeks ago (nice place with a beautiful view of the valley and mountains). Never stayed at Stagecoach but the site looks nice. Be sure and take the Tramway to Sandia Peak, that was amazing.The zoo was really nice also.
We stayed there last year and will again...has everything we like and want...and we're choosy...I don't know if it's the best be cause we've not seen all of them...but have no reason to seek a better one.
We stayed there last year while attending the Baloon Fiesta and found it to be fairly nice but really didn't notice what amenities it had. The site was a little tight for the MH and Jeep but we fit in OK. If you are not averse to driving another 34 miles North, Cochiti Lake COE was a very nice place with 50 amps and water (dump stationon the way out) and a significantly reduced price compared to Stagecoach Stop. You can see the post for our stop at Cochiti here and the post on Stagecoach Stop is a couple past that one. I post pictures of each camp site we stay in.
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According to the reviews it is a fine place but a little high-priced, and not what I would consider a resort type park as we live in the area and have driven through it a few times. Do a Google skyshot to view layout. I would stay there but it wouldn't be in my top three list for the area.