Question about Santa Fe Skies RV Park

JulieBerliner asked on 10/27/2021

Any opinions on the best campsites at Santa Fe Skies RV Park? Thanks!

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jsouth34
jsouth34
TX
28' Grand Design Imagine 2150RB
Ford F150
6 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

We were in Yucca 7 and I had difficulty backing into our spot as it had limited turning space but once in the sight the view was awesome. We enjoyed our stay at Santa Fe Skies
Haznavy
Haznavy
45' Grand Design Solitude 378MBS
Ford F450
94 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

We were in Z1 right across from the lodge and off the main road. While the sunsets were stunning, the morning noise was a little bothersome.
4 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

We were in 29 and we liked it, but it was narrow and we don’t have any slide outs. When we return we will look to go to 11-15,17,18, 20-23. These are outward facing and sunrise should be beautiful from these sites.
4 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

I prefer the older section which is in the back. The front of the park is convenient but has more of a parking lot feel.
mandtinmt
mandtinmt
MT
21' Winnebago Travato 59k
32 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

You aren’t able to reserve a particular site — they assign one at check in if I remember correctly.
Wandering Walsh's
Wandering Walsh's
Leander, TX
29' Grand Design 2600RB
Ram 2500
21 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

Not really, the sites were pretty much the same.
kev
kev
Charlottesville, VA
37' Coachmen Chaparral
Tsik336
5 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

Depends on if you want sunset or sun rise views. We stayed on back side of main building with views of mountains. Better views were in front of main building, looking at mountains and Santa Fe. Really though no real bad camp sites.
MikeKC
MikeKC
KS
22' Airstream Carvel
9 reviews

Answered on 10/28/2021:

We stayed there a few months ago and really liked it. Not close to iconic downtown Santa Fe but not that far either. I found it to be clean, nice views of the mountains, and affordable. If you can boondock, treat yourself to one night in the Rio Grande Gorge ( https://www.blm.gov/visit/orilla-verde-recreation-area).