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The two big rv rental suppliers at Sant Fe are Cruise America and El Monte RV. Between them they offer a wide choice from El Mont's C-22 to the larger Crusie America C25, all offer unbeatable value and a high level of comfort . Please book early for the best selection of holiay campervans
Old Santa Fe is part of the old west in Southwest America where history unfolded in gun fights. More modern it was on the famous Route 66 as a main stopover for travelers heading westward.
By selecting the dates for your adventure and entering them in our search engine, the available RV’s in the Santa Fe area will appear. With 11 RV parks and campgrounds in this historical part of the country to choose from, your adventure can of one made of wonderful memories.
The Sites of Santa Fe
The Dales Ball Trails are in the foothills just outside of town. These foot trails meander through the country side with spectacular view of the canyons and surround hillsides.
For those that want to stay in their RV there is the Enchanted Circle Drive located around the highest peak in the state, Wheeler Peak. The loop is 83 miles in length and you will travel through mesas, mountains, valleys and a national forest.
The High Road to Taos begins when you leave Santa Fe. This is the road that will take travelers back to the days when Spain ruled the area. There are old missions and churches built by the Spaniards that are still standing with their adobe walls. This path is 56 miles in length and goes through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains where you will see Spanish towns and native villages.
The path back to Santa Fe can follow the Low Road from Taos that follow the path of the Rio Grande. This begins on the plains and wanders through many small towns before rising up to the steps of the mountains outside of Santa Fe.
In Santa Fe itself is the oldest home in America. This fact is due to the ancient foundation the home was built on that dates back to the 13th century of Pueblo origin. This is the De Vargas Street House. Today this is a craft store and museum with portions of it restored to days gone past with dirt floors and adobe walls.
On Old Santa Fe Trail is the San Miguel Mission. This house of God claims to be oldest church in the country. It date of origin goes back to 1610. On Cathedral Place in Santa Fe is the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi that dates back to 1869.
Popular Places to stay in Santa Fe RV Parks
On Hogen Road is the Black Mesa Casino. This location has 30 slots available along with a 24 hour convenient store. There is also a restaurant on the grounds and yes a casino. There are electrical hookups with both a water and sewer station for taking water or getting rid of waste. Each paid RV owner that stays in the lot can receive $20 of free play at the casino. This is a pet friendly park.
For a deep forest experience the Black Canyon NFS Campground should be your destination at the junction of NM 475 and Artist Road near Hyde Memorial State Park. There are 36 slots for RVs with the only service available in the park being water. This is a dog friendly park with plenty of hiking trails to enjoy.
The Los Suenos de Santa Fe RV Park is on Cerrillos Road which is part of the old Route 66 just a few miles from the downtown Plaza of Santa Fe. There are 95 slots available along with cabins. There are full hookups along with Wi-Fi, swimming pool, Laundromat, restrooms and showers. This is both a child and pet friendly place to park. Both daily and weekly rates are available.
The last of the most popular places to park an RV in Santa Fe is the Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground located on Old Las Vegas Highway. This location has full hookups, Laundromat, pool and Wi-Fi available to guests. This is both child and pet friendly. This is a place in a wooded setting that is quite and relaxing for guest to enjoy nature.
Seeing the Santa Fe area though the windshield of an RV is memorable, best part of it is to enjoy it more by stopping the RV and get out and you are where history was made.