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Just south of Cortez. Very clean and fairly quiet even though it's right off hwy 160. We have a 38' class A, and had no problems in and out. A lot of pull through sites. Most sites have a small grass area with a picnic table and a few trees which may offer shade someday. Pet friendly - we travel with two large dogs. The only negative our site was not level. Even with full extension on the hydraulic jacks we could not get the coach level. We were there for an overnight while passing through and would definitely stay here again.

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The Santa Fe KOA is easy to find on the frontage road adjacent to I-25. There is little traffic noise. On the expensive side for an overnight. Set in natural landscape, each site has a picnic table, grass, trees, and several have flower boxes set in the ground. Some have barbeque grills. Each site had electrical, water, modem and dump available. Sites were a little tight for a class A - long enough but barely wide enough between the trees. That said, the entire campground had many trees except for the pull through sites. Smaller campsites were tucked in between the trees. The staff is smiling, friendly and helpful without exception. If you get there before 8pm, fresh baked pizza is available delivered to your site. Good pizza, too. The park is immaculate. There is a pet walk with a 3-foot fence, where you may let your dog off leash. Ours is too big to let off leash in that space, but the area is kept very clean and odor free. Rottweilers, Dobermans and Pit Bulls not allowed here. This was our first RV camping stop and it was an outstanding experience. Future campgrounds have a lot to live up to!