We are looking to spend two nights in Alburquerque and three nights in Santa Fe NM in mid April. In checking out campground reviews we have hot found any campgrounds with really good reviews. We are looking for full hook ups. Does anybody have any recommendations. We also we wondering if anybody knows af any goods restaurants with local regional foods.
Bob and Ann
One HAPPY Schnauzer - Della
One FRISKY Chihuahua - Lola
Tiffin Motor Home
2014 40 QBH Phaeton
Cummins ISL 380 HP/150 Torque
Onan 10,000 Watt
Four Slide/ 1.5 Bath
2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara Toad
Brake Buddy Vantage
I live near the KOA on the East side of Albuquerque. They seem to stay pretty busy but I don't know anything about them. If you want really good food but not much atmosphere (it's sort of a hole in the wall) go to La Salita. It's located on Eubank. Take Eubank to the North from I40. It is located on the west side of the street between Lomas and Constitution. Best New Mexican food I've had and I was born in Albuquerque many, many years ago. They are open for lunch Tuesday thru Friday and dinner Tuesday thru Saturday. Closed Sun and Mon.
I can't help with Santa Fe campgrounds but there are lots of good places to eat. Probably the most famous is the La Fonda hotel dining room. Nice atmosphere and good food. They are located on the Plaza in Santa Fe.
Enjoy your trip to The Land of Enchantment.
Chris and Jane and two boys (and a DDIL) who prefer tents
2013 Open Range Journeyer JT337RLS
2006 Dodge Ram 3500, 4x4, Crew Cab, DRW, 5.9 turbo diesel
1996 Harley Davidson Electraglide
Another vote for High Desert RV Park in Albuqueque. It's not (at all) fancy, but it's clean, well-priced, well-run and convenient to town. You can pay more for other parks in the area, but frankly I don't think you get alot more for the $$ & High Desert offers a good all-around deal.
If you're interested I've got pics of the place HERE