Los Campos RV Resort

Address: 3574 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87505, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 3574 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, is near Museum of Fine Arts, Rodeo de Santa Fe, Rockin' Rollers Event Arena, and NM, Santa Fe - Santa Fe Quilting.
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    Final Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by kendavis on Jun 22, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... I have been processing my final thoughts about the Camino. As our friends on the Camino said to us, there is something 'addictive' about the Camino. I hope this will not be our last and we are already dreaming about which one we may try next. It is an unbelievable gift to get away from our daily routine and just walk each day with a purpose. Life began to take on a new dimension and we began to see many aspects ...

    Where Adobe Buildings Abound

    A travel blog entry by asolotraveler on May 16, 2015

    23 photos

    ... nice selection of items to choose from. The best was the freshly made "Tamale's" that are made for the Inn and then frozen to be heated when needed. I am not much of a Tamale person but these were really very good. Herb, second half of the ownership came and poured me some coffee and offered me the daily newspaper. Thereafter, he saw to it that I had coffee and a newspaper each morning. Such service. The first morning I sat alone ...

    The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

    24 photos

    ... frontiersman, Kit Carson, carried military dispatches east along the Trail, while Military Attaché George Brewerton, kept a detailed account of his trip.

    John C Fremont (with Kit Carson as guide) led a US government sponsored survey group through this region, which was the harbinger of the railroad. By 1869 a rail route connected the plains to the west coast and while portions of the Trail evolved into wagon roads, the days of the long distance mule trains were gone forever. ...

    Museum and Turquoise trails

    A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 21, 2013

    The boys looked after themselves in the morning while me and John went downstairs and had what was on offer eg cereal, raisin toast and ls of coffee. Andreas and Patrick ready on the dot and we were packed in the car and ready to go at 8.40. In town when things opened and we started with the Loretta chapel and its magical staircase which looked less magic in life than in the pictures on the web. This because the former had handrails and Christmas ...

    To Durango, Colorado - day one

    A travel blog entry by mike.randleman on Sep 13, 2013

    1 photo

    ... of roads all over New Mexico and Colorado that washed away overnight, and reports that over the past couple of days the rainfall total exceeded that which falls over an entire year!

    The trip was through really barren terrain. No towns, no convenience stores, and most importantly, no gas stations. We were really running low on gas when a station appeared just before we got to Aztec, New Mexico. I told Cynthia that she really needed ...