I have stayed several times here. It's close enough to Santa Fe. The cabins are decent enough. The one time that I had problems was when youth groups from Europe arrived in vans, set up camp around ten in the evening and were loud. In the morning they left early, breaking down camp with loud music (it's was officially after quiet hours, around 7 or 8 AM). Our firewood mysteriously disappeared from our cabin porch during the times that these groups were there. When we complained to the owners, they did nothing to rectify the situation. My friend challenged her VISA bill but to no avail. I would definitely check to see if those groups will be there and ask the owners what they do to ensure quiet. I am a high school teacher who loves kids; I tried to interact with them in a positive way and had some success. The problem seems to be in the program that brings kids in late and wants them out early; there is not incentive for them to respect their neighbors. The KOA down road has great owners who are more fastidious in keeping their place clean, etc. Have fun in Santa Fe and the surrounding area. It is wonderful. Make sure that you check out the Indian festivals (you can't video them or take pictures, so the only way to experience them is by attending).
- Also Known As:
- Rancheros De Santa Fe Campground Hotel Santa Fe
- Rancheros De Santa Fe Campground Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Santa Fe, New Mexico's most scenic RV resort and campground. Country camping with full amenities, only minutes from Old Town Santa Fe. ... more less