Americas Best Value Inn Sands
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Sands Raton
Travel Blogs from Raton
... br> truck came past to get the skip around 7am. Thankfully nothing much
was planned today apart from a late check out and a little driving so
I could nap on and off today if needed.
From there we headed into New Mexico,
cutting through on our way to Colorado. We had a look to see what you
could do in South East New Mexico and found a couple of things. First
we stopped in Clayton which is about half ...
... was instantly mountains with snow caps. Breath taking view. It is a bit cooler and I noticed when leaving the motel yesterday that the air was cooler - even more so here I guess as we're up high. Talking of high - Trinidad is just past the border, and already we have seen stores that sell marajuana. Legal here. And the campsite smells of it with wafts coming from neighboring tents. When we checked-in with the park ranger, Jonathan asked about bears and that ...
... a total bore it was to have to sit at a table while adults visited), and she loved them. First she only loved the first one I gave her, but then she seemed to switch allegiance. After a few minutes, she decided that she was going to teach us the books. She turned the one toward us and announced: "I am the teacher!" She's a pistol!
After breakfast, we set out on the longest driving day of the trip. We were headed to Raton, New ...
... air was cool and fresh. We drove on up the mountain to the other campground. I had campsite envy the rest of the day. No hookups ,but clean spacious sites,with an open view from the mountain top. I could have stayed there happily for along time! Next time.... Richard cooked pork chops on the new lodge charcoal grill. We ate outside at the picnic table. The weather was perfect. Hummingbirds are everywhere , buzzing about. I set up the ...
... some interpretive signs about the local plants. I then hiked the Lava Flow Trail, which is a 1-mile loop trail leaving from the Visitor Center parking lot. You see some lava on the trail but there are no interpretive signs explaining the type of lava or how it came to look the way it does.
Next, I drove to the top of the volcano. The road spiraling to the top of the volcano was built ...