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Santa Rosa Campground & RV Park, Santa Rosa, New Mexico

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $24.00
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I rated this campground a 9 only because they really hyped their restaurant on site. The restaurant specializes in "award-winning" ribs. The lady at the front desk, I presume the owner, said the ribs are slow smoked then allowed to sit in sauce that makes them "absolutely delicious". We fell for it. The ribs were very tender, but had no hint of smoky flavor nor was there any indication they had been grilled. Rather, they tasted like they were slow baked, then some sauce added. All I can say is if those are the best ribs New Mexico can come up with, they are hurting for ribs. Mine were dry as if they had sat for awhile and cold to boot. Ribs for two, coleslaw and corn, TERRIBLE peach cobbler, and one ice tea was $48. ABSOLUTELY NOT WORTH IT! As for the park, it was extremely nice. The park was very neat and tidy and well kept. The pool was a refreshing 80 degrees and very clean. The staff were all very friendly and accommodating. The RV spaces are well spaced and not at all crowded. The scenery was nice and other restaurants are within easy walking distance-thank goodness! We would definitely stay here again, but not eat at the famous "restaurant on premises". We camped at Santa Rosa Campground & RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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Santa Fe KOA, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $30.00
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The park is very clean and neat. The owners were very friendly and helpful. They have a "movie theater" that consists of chairs set up in a metal building with a large screen projector and a nice game room. One set of showers (in the movie theater/game room building) was old and musty, but clean. The scenery was not really visible from where we stayed. The park is what we call a typical KOA-trailers were very close together with no privacy from the neighbors-all neat & tidy and stacked like dominoes. All in all, we would stay here again for one night only. It is a nice place to park for just one night, but I wouldn't want to stay there for an extended period crammed right next to a big rig. We camped at Santa Fe KOA in a Fifth Wheel.

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Ponderosa Campground, Antonito, Colorado

Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $26.00
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We absolutely loved this campground! The owners are very nice and accommodating. Jack knows all about fishing in the area and was very helpful. The sites are dirt with some gravel and it rained the time we were there, but it was not very muddy. We did get excellent Wi-Fi reception from our site, which was close to the antennae. There was no TV service without a satellite, but it is so beautiful there, who needs TV? The scenery is spectacular and the weather a welcome relief from the Texas heat-it was high 60's or low 70's during the day and 40's at night. We loved this campground so much, we made reservations for 2010, but there were very few dates available from which to choose and almost no choice of campsites. Jack said they stay booked over a year in advance and I can certainly see why. If you are lucky enough to score a reservation, you will not regret it. We did not stay in the cabins, but I understand they are nice as well. We camped at Ponderosa Campground in a Fifth Wheel.

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