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22 RV Parks near Santa Fe, New Mexico
May 2019 - $4.00
I had booked Site 21 at this COE campground online in the Juniper Loop with electric and water hookups. The paved site was narrow, with steep drop-offs on three sides. The picnic table for the site was a half dozen steps down from the trailer. The site would have worked for me for the single night I had booked except the restroom was "out of service" and looked like it had been that way for quite some time. Since I need a restroom, I had to move. Fortunately, the campground was not anywhere close to full - it was a weekday - so I was able to relocate to a loop with a working restroom and showers but no hookups. I doubt I would have been able to relocate had it been a weekend as most sites sported tags indicating that they were reserved. Unlike other COE campgrounds I have used, on weekdays, the check-in booth at the Cochiti campground entrance is staffed only for a few hours in the morning and in the afternoon - at mid-day there is nobody there. The campground is very clean and well maintained. Most of the sites require some amount of leveling, but mine was manageable. The wild flowers in early May were spectacular. - Teardrop11
Oct 2018 - $10.00
This Corps of Engineers park is located on Cochiti Tribal lands (so, no drinking in public). Our site was level but as far away from the lake as you could get. We had electric but no water/sewer. Note, the sites with water faucets seem to be oddly dispersed but, if you have 30-50' of hose, you can reach a faucet. - Tessa & Toadee on the Road
Oct 2018 - $10.00
This is a nice clean park with some sites having views of the lake. The water and electric are placed in the proper area and worked well. There is a dump station located in the park. Most sites are fairly level but not all. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777