Santa Fe National Forest Campgrounds

Address: 1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, is near Camel Rock Casino, Santa Fe National Forest, Winsor Trail, and Pecos Wilderness Area.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Fe

Falling in love with the west////soooo beautiful

A travel blog entry by jgfbrown on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... lot of work although we sure do enjoy ourselves. Will be sending along some pictures from Taos tonight, and perhaps I'll send pictures of Santa Fe tomorrow. May not be sending quite so many pictures as we'll be in pretty flat country, but will let you know our where abouts. Keep the prayers coming please. Love june & m j ...

The Old Spanish Trail to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Jun 06, 2014

24 photos

Since leaving Moab, and before actually, we've been following what was once the Old Spanish Trail (OST) that linked the important Spanish and then Mexican capital of Santa Fe with the Californian outpost of Los Angeles, then not much more than a ranch, a church and a few government buildings.

We had stopped at Kane Springs now a rest area on the main road south of Moab but once an important stop on the OST. From there we had pushed on crossing the La ...

Day 8: Albuquerque to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by sarahholiday on Jul 06, 2013

1 comment

... arty, and bohemian. The buildings are all a sort of terracotta earthy colour and have rounded walls. We walked around a folk arts fair and looked in a few shops before having lunch on a roof top terrace in the sunshine with a cocktail or two. Sat in the park in the central plaza for a bit just people watching and soaking up the atmosphere. Later, we went out to a fancy restaurant called Coyote ...

Taos Pueblo

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Apr 14, 2013

6 photos

... Jesus has a subordinate position, off to the side. The walls are painted with corn and other food stuffs, which is there to help the people remember their long traditions. All the statues of saints (except Jesus) were dressed in green, representing spring. The clothes are apparently changed every season (pink, gold, white). The church, like the rest of the pueblo, is lit by gas lamps. We lit a candle for a friend, who recently lost her father and a nephew within a few days.
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Day 14 - Santa Fe - New Mexico

A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Oct 26, 2012

4 comments, 21 photos

... from around the globe, and talk about expensive, it's window shopping only for me, let's not forget I'm unemployed after all ;) Don't get me wrong Santa Fe is truly beautiful and it is a wonderful place to visit, I just prefer Taos. So instead of doing all the fancy shops and paid galleries I wandered around the Plaza and surrounding streets and admired all the beautiful art and sculptures that are free for all to enjoy. Yah for free art ...

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