January 12, 2020 - reviewed by moon
Adding To All The Good Reviews
This is a really nice RV park. Most important to us: Lots of bathroom stalls and shower stalls, all in great condition, plus warm building for the winter months so you aren't taking a shower in the cold! All buildings and grounds are in good condition, plus really level sites with full hookups. Art/sculptures everywhere on the grounds, kind of fun to see!
October 26, 2019 - reviewed by Reed
Very nice, well-maintained park. Very friendly and informative lady helped us with check-in. Loved the sculptures scattered around the park. Nice touch... we'll be back.
August 14, 2019 - reviewed by R. Brown
After searching online using this app we finally settled on Santa Fe Skies. Not disappointed. We had a nice level RV site large enough for Toyhauler, truck and bike. New owners are in the process of improving the sites with concrete pads. Walking/hiking trail with easy access. High desert so trees were a welcome. Great Wi-Fi as well as a very large club house with kitchenette, dining, and laundry room. Just a short drive to hwy 14 which runs from South Santa Fe through town. Also off the West loop bypass. Will definitely stay here again. Also kudos to the staff that were ready to help out with attractions and local activities.
June 24, 2019 - reviewed by MN Teardrop
First class operation. Clean, new, well maintained facilities. Quality staff. Within easy Lyft distance to Santa Fe Plaza.
May 28, 2019 - reviewed by Chaz
Vey nice park seems well run Great walking trail around Campground. Only down side was $55 for one night.
May 27, 2019 - reviewed by Mark
One of the best parks in the US that we've stayed at from coast to coast!
May 7, 2019 - reviewed by K Sprinter
Best Park In Santa Fe By Far!!
We've stayed here two years in a row. It's close to the downtown area, has a beautiful view and very clean. The wifi is pretty bad, but if you can manage without, this is the place to be. We've stopped in the other RV parks in Santa Fe and have found them to be dirty and unsafe, don't think twice about staying anywhere else in town.
March 8, 2019 - reviewed by ColtadoMustache
Very Clean, Views, Nice Patio
Most professionally clean bathrooms we’ve seen, good dog park, good views high on bluff, and nice patio area to relax in evening. Would stay again
February 14, 2019 - reviewed by J Koelemij
Close to the city but off the highway enough to be quiet! Restrooms were very nice hook ups were good highly recommend
January 4, 2019 - reviewed by Carrie k
This is a beautiful spot with full hookups, dog park, walking trail around the whole park, great/hot showers and free coffee! It’s a little ways from downtown Santa Fe, but they give a great welcome packet with tips on how to get places. Its on a slight hill, so leveling your trailer is a must.
November 24, 2018 - reviewed by Mike and Brenda
Enjoyed Our Stay
Stayed here out and back on a trip to Tucson. Friendly, unique place, mostly pull throughs. Not far off the highway, but it feels quite remote. Gravel lots, roomy enough, our first one was on the ridge with a great view of the mountains. Nice hiking path, adequate dog park. We would stay here for a few days to explore Santa Fe and surrounding areas.
September 28, 2018 - reviewed by Kathy
We stayed here for 2 nights in a fifth wheel. Loves the park and the staff. Very clean grounds and friendly staff. Historic Santa Fe is a must.
May 8, 2018 - reviewed by Susan
No Room For New Customers??
I can’t review the Park, because we didn’t get in. When I called and gave her my info, the woman who answered said she had a spot for us. Then she asked if we had stayed there before. When I said, “no,” she cleared her throat and said she was mistaken. They couldn’t accommodate us for that length of stay (one night.). So I asked, “What if we make it two?” She said, “No. There were too many events going on.” I don’t believe that was the reason, but I’m not sure why she wouldn’t accept a new customer. I won’t try again.
April 12, 2018 - reviewed by Colette
Moved to Santa Fe Skies after my dogs were poisoned by concentrated Weed Stop herbicide sprayed in windy conditions at the Piñon RV Park just down the road and across the highway. Amazing customer service, hospitality, views, and clean facilities. Suggest you pay a little more a night and stay safe.
March 27, 2018 - reviewed by Firefighterdadx5
Santa Fe In 3 Days
Great 3 day stay in late March. Little grass or trees but it's Santa Fe. Full hookup pull through. No problem adding a day. Nice dog park. Clean warm showers. Mostly people passing through. Easy access off I25. Went to Tent Rocks National Monuiment and Bandolier National Monument as well as old town Santa Fe, with an easy trip to Home Depot and Wal-Mart. Murphy USA had cheapest diesel.
March 17, 2018 - reviewed by Donna
We stayed here 2 nights and loved it. Great location for hiking, or going into town. The views are beautiful and the sites are level. The front office is very informative. We liked walking around the campground viewing the cool art work. They also have a lot of bunnies in the area.
January 18, 2018 - reviewed by Pathleader
Best Years Have Passed
A tired park that still has remnants of what it's founder envisioned. We found it lacking with the need for repairs abounding. As reported below there are few places to choose from in Santa Fe. So, if you must visit here then this place is a good place as any.
November 27, 2017 - reviewed by Stacy M
We only had one issue...we wanted to stay longer!!! Hubby and I stayed several days and fell in love with the area and the campground! We'll definitely be back!
October 22, 2017 - reviewed by Adam
Nice Last Minute.
We ended up staying here for 2 Days as a last minute change of plans. The woman on the phone was extremely helpful, and even greeted me as I pulled up out front. Free coffee means a lot to me. Dog park was a great touch. I loved the antique equipment all over. Lots of outdoor art as well. My only gripes, which do not affect the 5-star rating, were LOTS of traffic thru the park, it was quite costly relative to other parks with more amenities, and someone’s dog literally barked all night (which of course is beyond the parks control). Thanks again!!!!!!!!
October 21, 2017 - reviewed by Linda
Quiet, great wide open views, nice walking path with lots to look at. Staff couldn’t be friendlier or more helpful. Clean and great washrooms. Recycling available and using solar power. Quick drive into Santa Fe.
October 10, 2017 - reviewed by John
Fine facility. Fairly close to town. Really enjoyed the ballon festival. Just good luck on my part to be here when it was going on
September 18, 2017 - reviewed by A&K Low High's
Very Nice Park!!! But Not For Kids
Enjoyed our overnite stay at this park.
We liked the layout of the sites, angled so we did not feel crowded in on our neighbors. Enjoyed somewhat of a view out of our rear fifth wheel window. A short drive to old Town Sante Fe for dinner. Convenient shopping nearby. Husband said, bathroom and laundry we're spotless. We had our grandchildren with us and it was not a place I would return with them. They wanted to climb on the artwork around the park, but it was obviously not built with the intention for children to climb on. When my husband and I are alone and in the area, we would happily return.
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Karen J
Nice But Lacks A Couple Of Amenities
This camp is in a beautiful place high on a hill. Nice gravel sites...a bit close but there is sometimes some greenery. FHU and Good Sam's discount. Only one set of bathrooms and they are at the office building...but they are excellent (thank you for having seats in the showers). Laundry is also at office but is very nice with plenty of machines...no coins only credit cards! Lovely dog park and excellent walk surrounding the camp. There are a ton of scultures and antique trucks around the camp....really nice to have them all labeled. All that said...to be a 5 star park in my book...you need cable tv and a decent wifi. If you are lucky you might get one TV channel over the air..that is not a concern to the class A guys with satellite...but it is to us little guys. Their WiFi is iffy at best..keeps kicking you off...going in and out. I had to pay to increase our cell data while we were here for 4 nights because the wifi was useless. For this amount of money you should have these service
April 18, 2017 - reviewed by Patti
Nice Big Rig friendly campground. It is on top of a hill, so the saying is " stow your awnings", because it does get windy.
Wonderful bathrooms and showers.
Want to learn to tango? Every Tuesday and Thursday free lessons. Very fun!!
Office has kitchen that is free to use for campers.
Pay for 6 nights-get one free.
Each site has nice cement patio, each with a picnic table or table and chairs. Full hook ups. Nice dog park( bring your own water). Nice walking trail around the perimeter of the park.
The only negative for families with children, is -there is no playground.
Enjoyed our 2 week stay.
April 9, 2017 - reviewed by 40ft 5th
Very Expensive, But Few Options In S. FE
Extremely windy ridge, but a nice view, about 15 min from downtown Santa Fe. A little too pricey, but there aren't a lot of options in the area, stay 6 nights, get the 7th free. Sites are mostly pull through and level, try and request one on the end of a row so your view isn't blocked by a neighbor
February 3, 2017 - reviewed by Winnie
Too pricey for off season. $46 with Good Sam's discount! We stayed here the spring of 16. It wasn't that much then! It's a nice park but....
August 19, 2016 - reviewed by Two Lane Adventures
This Is A Hidden Treasure!
We stayed here two nights in a 32 ft Motorhome. Our pull-thru site had gravel base and a concrete patio with a picnic table. It was on a hill, so tended to be windy. It was well maintained and the staff was friendly. The restrooms and showers were awesome! Unique original artwork all over the park!
April 17, 2016 - reviewed by WinkInc
Level parking with gorgeous views. A nice pathway to walk around the park and enjoy the sunset. Funky artwork around the campground. Definitely a Santa Fe gem! Although, no playground and few kids, so it might not be ideal for a younger family.
March 20, 2016 - reviewed by Cheryl & Howard
We stayed 3 nights. It's located on a windy hilltop, but is a very nice park. A bit pricey at $46 per night, but it was close to the things we wanted to do. (Bandelier Natl Mon and White Tents Natl Mon) sites were nice with concrete patios with tables and fairly level gravel. Park included a rec room, laundry, complimentary coffee/tea, dog park, showers.