Santa Fe National Forest Campgrounds

1474 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504, United States | Campground
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Sunday Morning Strolls and Afternoon Rains

A travel blog entry by azclyde


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Colores de Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2


... is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating
audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring,
environments worth preserving, adventures worth pursuing and
conversations worth sustaining."

Thanks to the Santa Fe Bus system we were able to hop on and off the bus and make our way around the Railyard and Downtown area dropping off posters and enjoying the scenery as we went.

They Get It

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... was born to Episcopalian missionary parents in Brazil; schooled in Virginia; and came to New Mexico for his health in 1920. An American architect whose influence on the city of Santa Fe continues today, he headed the committee that authored the 1957 Historic Styles Zoning Ordinance, a law that ensured that all future buildings in central Santa Fe would continue the style of the “old quarter.” The ordinance draws a line around “historic ...

Pueblos and churches and art, oh my!

A travel blog entry by wickedtravelers


... group that she has a large junk drawer that she thinks would make great art-- as if! Anyway, you be the judge; I thought the buffalo was pretty amazing.

Then, we walked over to the Loretto Chapel which was sort of an abomination. We have been in many, many churches and taken pictures (however uncomfortably), but this chapel was just over-the-top. It turns out that it is no longer used as a church which would explain why you enter the chapel and there is a loud ...

El Dia de los Muertos & Shopping

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone


... could have got some glass or art home then we might well have indulged and we spent a lot of time in the Gold House as it was on our route to and from the Plaza; browsing the jewellery, pottery and glass.

The staff in all the shops were really friendly and chatty and not in the least pushy for a sale which is something else that we ...


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