Welcome back to another Travel Tuesday! Hopefully our city guides have been helpful to you while planning your holiday travels. Today’s featured city guide is Sante Fe, New Mexico. Read below for everything you need to know before traveling!
Sante Fe is famous for its blue skies and nearly year-round warm sunshine. This combination of great weather and gorgeous views can be enjoyed from many of the areas local campgrounds. Check out three of our favorites below.
Rancheros de Santa Fe Campground – If you want to camp close to Old Town Santa Fe, this campground is perfect for you. Located right on the Historic Route 66, this 22-acre campground has open and wooded full hook-up sites for large RVs, trailers and vans. Features of the campground include a large playground, hiking trail, laundromat, free wifi, and cable TV for the full hook-up sites. There’s also an enclosed dog run, and clean restrooms with hot showers. A stay at this gorgeous campground is sure to make your New Mexico experience unforgettable.
Breakfast – The Chocolate Maven: Chocolate for breakfast? Sounds pretty sweet. This award-winning bakery and cafe is a local favorite for cappuccinos, breakfast, brunch, high tea, and of course, desserts. They are open for breakfast Mon-Friday 7am – 10:45pm and the bakery is open seven days a week. Breakfast favorites include the nutella waffles, blue corn blueberry pancakes, breakfast sandwiches and more!
Lunch – Palacio Cafe: Open everyday from 7:30am – 5:00pm, this friendly cafe is known for its family atmosphere and delicious food. The menu is mostly mexican-influenced, including enchiladas, burritos, and a great selection of paninis and soups. The most popular dish (by far)is the green chile stew, a New Mexican favorite.
Dinner – The Pantry – Since 1948, The Pantry has been serving quality, fresh-from-scratch comfort food to their loyal customers. Homemade desserts and nightly specials are just a few reasons people have kept coming back for over 60 years. Some of the seasonal specials include the Christmas Chicken Enchiladas or homemade Cinnamon Bun.
Whether you’re driving from across the country, or just across the state, make sure your RV is in good condition before you hit the road to Sante Fe. If it’s time for a new RV, visit our website to find an RV that will be perfect for all your upcoming roadtrips. RVUSA is dedicated to connecting you to the top RV destinations and dealers around the country! Check back every Monday for the Find of the Week, Wednesday for Dealer Spotlight, Throwback Thursday and Friday for Tips and Tricks.
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