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Author Topic: Campground and other recommendations for Sante Fe & Taos late September  (Read 226 times)

Sun2Retire

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Title pretty much says it all. Will be there 3 full days, already planning on the Fall Arts Festival in Taos.

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We are booked late September in Santa Fe at Trailer Ranch rv.  Inside town but easy access. We stayed a week there last year. This years stay is just before we head to balloon festival in Albuquerque.  It's a really nice park, not huge, paved and concrete sites.
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We stayed at Santa Fe Skies, SW of town, and Trailer Ranch closer in to town. Santa Fe Skies is very open and can be very windy, but it's a nice park. Trailer Ranch is off Cerrillos Rd headed into town. It's smaller but we stayed there with our 43 ft. We actually had reservations at Trailer Ranch for before the Balloon Fest but decided to cancel as we are staying in the Midwest longer than originally planned.
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bingberg

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Pilar campground 15 miles south of Taos. BLM campground with electric. Beautiful campground on Rio Grand. 8 bucks a night with Senior Citizan or Access pass. Large pull through spots. Poor mifi. 50 amp.

Sun2Retire

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Pilar campground 15 miles south of Taos. BLM campground with electric. Beautiful campground on Rio Grand. 8 bucks a night with Senior Citizan or Access pass. Large pull through spots. Poor mifi. 50 amp.

Wow, that sounds very nice will check it out, thx
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Re: Campground and other recommendations for Sante Fe & Taos late September
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2017, 08:28:32 PM »
Pilar campground 15 miles south of Taos. BLM campground with electric. Beautiful campground on Rio Grand. 8 bucks a night with Senior Citizan or Access pass. Large pull through spots. Poor mifi. 50 amp.

I'm having some trouble finding info specific to Pilar. First come, first serve I presume? If you, what do you think typical availability would be at the end of September, arriving on a Friday?
Scott
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Re: Campground and other recommendations for Sante Fe & Taos late September
« Reply #6 on: August 14, 2017, 07:09:20 AM »
We stayed at Taos Monte Bello RV Park. Nice park
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Re: Campground and other recommendations for Sante Fe & Taos late September
« Reply #7 on: August 14, 2017, 09:05:58 AM »
 I'm following this thread as we will be headed out that way next spring!
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