Albuquerque North Bernalillo KOA Campground

555 Hill Road, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States | Campground
Prices starting from $22.00
 

Travel Blogs from Albuquerque

Almost on Empty

A travel blog entry by patry on May 22, 2013

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Anyone that knows Bruce, knows he likes to keep things exciting! Exciting is one of many words to describe how we nearly ran out of gas on our way to Albuquerque. We aren't use to there not being gas stations along every highway but have discovered that seems to be the case in many areas we have traveled through in Texas and New Mexico. As we …

Route 66

A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker

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... santa at all, and wasn't too happy when I turned up my nose. It reminds me of Smackos. Had a yummy mexican lunch in a lovely square with 2 guys playing guitar and singing. It was warm and sunny and we were the only ones there, priceless. From there we went to Nob Hill the quirky, trendy area. Lots of students, gays, lesbians and vintage shops, loved it!! Today we went to see Petroglyphs, they are very primative drawings on the volcanic rocks dating back ...

Double Take: Sandia Peak and Petrified Forest

A travel blog entry by gapelechsgowest

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... a lot of the wood has been mined and taken in the past hundred years, but since the Petrified Forest was made into a National Park, that's slowed down, almost to a halt. We were in the Petrified Forest right around sunset, and it made the whole terrain look even cooler than it would during the day. Though we were a little afraid before arriving that we were going to be too late, it just so happened our timing was perfect. It got dark on our way to ...

Your ego is not your amigo

A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree

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... mountain.) We start going through fog, and then realise it is cloud – getting increasingly dense. We get up to the top, we cannot see a thing (which in a way works in our favour as people cannot see our ridiculous mountaineering attire). It is freezing. The metal bits on my Birkenstocks (the flip-flop of choice for serious mountaineering) feel like they have ice forming on them - which is quite possible as the cars coming down the ...

The Arctic Desert

A travel blog entry by crossamerica

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... not a mention) Fortunately Penny and I had packed for every eventuallity and were tolerably warm. One of the American riders had not packed gloves (we don't think he had ever had a need to use them before). Anyway out we went, Dana and I, and Penny with a larger group along the bleak and windswept old Route 66. Then I spied what I took to be the ghosts of Captain Scott and Ernest Shackelton sheltering under a rock face. When they ...

Location

This campground, located in the Sandia Heights South area of Albuquerque, is near Sandia Peak Tramway, La Luz Trail, and Sandia Mountains.
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