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Enchanted Trails RV Park, Albuquerque

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… Read More

Fender’s River Road Resort, Needles, California

Fender’s River Road Resort, Needles, California

This funky little 1960’s-era resort is minutes off of interstate I-40. It’s a perfect place to get away and relax in your very own comfortable room, or your own RV space with full hookups, or you can even pitch a tent right down by the Colorado River. At Fender’s River Road Resort, families and groups of… Read More

Flagstaff KOA Campground, Arizona

Flagstaff KOA Campground, Arizona

The Flagstaff KOA is a beautiful mountain campground set at 7000 feet amongst tall pine trees at the base of the San Francisco Peaks. The summer temperatures are in the high 80’s during the day and low 50’s at night. The front desk staff are pleasant and helpful and the shower rooms are warm and… Read More

Grants / Cibola Sands KOA Campground, NM

Grants / Cibola Sands KOA Campground, NM

Setup is easy with tent village sites, cabins, and up to 85-foot-long pull thru sites – with up to 50-amp service and plenty of room for slide-outs. Relax with free cable TV at your RV site or take a walk amid ancient lava beds. Dinner is easy with delicious Campground Cuisine dinners delivered to your… Read More

Kingman KOA Campground, Arizona

Kingman KOA Campground, Arizona

Set in the high desert and surrounded by mountains, this KOA is the campground most centrally located to Arizona attractions. Enjoy a quiet, peaceful environment and great weather year-round. This is the perfect place to set up camp and take day trips to Las Vegas (1.5 hours), the Hoover Dam, Lake Mead (closer than Vegas),… Read More

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas

Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas

A fantastic scenic attraction – enjoy extraordinary vistas of color and beauty from the comfort of your automobile. Travel the same trails used by Native Americans, early Spanish explorers, buffalo hunters and pioneers. The park occupies over 25,000 acres and offers camping, cabins, riding stables, picnicking, and miles of hiking, mountain bike and horse trails.… Read More

Springfield / Route 66 KOA Campground, Missouri

Springfield / Route 66 KOA Campground, Missouri

The Springfield / Route 66 KOA Campground in Springfield, Missouri, offers a shady retreat in the heart of the scenic Ozarks. The lush, landscaped campground is close to lakes, and an award-winning golf course is right next door. Area attractions include the original Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, Wilson’s Creek Civil War Battlefield, a Civil… Read More

St Louis West KOA Campground, Missouri

St Louis West KOA Campground, Missouri

Enjoy picturesque camping as it was meant to be – with lots of trees, a babbling creek, fireflies and a campfire under a starlit sky. Located on Historic Route 66, this KOA is less than 1 mile from Six Flags, St. Louis. It’s also less than 30 minutes from other St. Louis attractions, including the… Read More