This Old Campsite
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Santa Rosa Campground and RV Park

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Santa Rosa Campground and RV Park is located on Historic Route 66 in Santa Rosa, NM. Traveling down Interstate 40 from the east take exit 277 and go west about a mile to the campground on the right.  Traveling down Interstate 40 from the west take exit 275 and go east about a mile to the campground on the left.

This campground has 85 RV sites with 30/50 amp electricity and sewer connections.  There is one rental cabin and a number of tent sites.  Picnic tables are available at each site and some sites have shade.  Most of the RV sites are pull-thrus and all but a few of them are side-by-side.  Fourteen of the sites are backins.  All sites are gravel and no patios.


Cable TV
Clean restrooms & showers
Heated swimming pool
Nice outdoor patio
Store and gift shop
Propane available
Laundry facility
Western BBQ restaurant on site
      You can eat in or they will deliver to your site
Dump station
Two pet walk areas

This campground is convenient for an over night stay.  It was clean but it was very dusty.  The sites are supposed to be gravel but there was more dirt than gravel.  I don't like the side-by-side hookups and most of the sites are set up that way.

Contact:  2136 Historic Route 66
Sanat Rosa, NM 88435
PH: 575-472-3126

Submitted by Brad and Jane

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