Enchanted Trails RV Park, Albuquerque

"Enchanted Trails is located right on Route 66 on the west side of Albuquerque. They offer 20 Full Electric and Water sites and 115 Pull Through sites... but coolest of all are the 6 Vintage trailers that they rent for anywhere from $46 to $66 per night."

"We stayed in Della, a 1974 Silver Streak appropriately decorated per the year - lava lamps, 8-track player and all the cool colors from the early 70s. Enchanted trails also has a swimming pool and hot tub on site for relaxing after a long day on Route 66. We stayed here in August 2011 and were really glad we did."

"And as an added bonus, Vickie Ashcraft, the owner, is an officer on the New Mexico Route 66 Association and a really nice lady to boot! Highly recommended!"

Kindly recommended by Mike Dagney, USA

www.enchantedtrails.com

 

2 comments on “Enchanted Trails RV Park, Albuquerque”

  1. They have a few vintage campers to rent. We were hoping to stay in one, but we traveled in March and they didn't open until April 1. So disappointed.

  2. I really appreciate this recommendation. I booked a vintage trailer for my husband and I for the one night we were staying in Albuquerque. The staff was super nice, the RV park was clean and safe and we loved staying in the vintage trailer, Della. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again or recommend it to anyone traveling Route 66.

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