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El Morro RV Park & Cafe

36 reviews
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good22%
  • Average5%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible8%
21 Apr 2017
“Welcoming Stop on Bicycle Route 66”
15 Nov 2016
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Reviewed 5 September 2013

First of all, El Morro National Monument is a hidden gem. It's way off the beaten path, but you'll be rewarded by beautiful countryside, wonderful hiking trails and no crowds. East-west travelers through the centuries have inscribed their names on this huge sandstone mountain in...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2013

This is the very worse RV campsite EVER ! The reviews on the internet do not tell it as it really is! We had traveled to see El Morro National Monument arriving late in the day & this was the ONLY place for our 30'...More

Thank NatureLover99_11
Reviewed 13 April 2012

While visiting El Morro National Park on Hwy 53, New Mexico, I asked the ranger where we could eat lunch. He said the closest place is about 1 1/2 miles North of the park. The other way would be in Ramah about 14 miles South....More

Thank Larry M
Reviewed 27 September 2011

If Green Chili stew is on the menu, run don't walk to the Ancient Way Cafe. The best in all of New Mexico, and I've tried them all. It's actually not in the middle of nowhere, if you are hiking El Morro National Park. It's...More

1  Thank roadtriper68
Reviewed 27 September 2011

We stopped after our view of the El Morro monument with the urgings of a park official. The apple pie has pine nuts, spices and good hint of warm peppers with homemade crust four inches tall. Served cold with a warm smile from nice folks.

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Lynn A
4 January 2015|
Response from Bob T |
Ours did have indoor plumbing. I assume they all did but can't say for sure. There appeared to be some outside accessible showers etc. for the campers.
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"We camped, and did not use the cabins."
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"This is a rustic campground, not a motel or hotel!"
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"Stay in the cabins. Ours was freshly remodeled, clean and comfy."
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"There are only 4 cabins. We had colleagues in the 2 smaller cabins, and they worked great for individuals..."
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