Reviews for Rodeo de Santa Fe

| Country

By user-6227267... on 2017-10-23.

Country setting,quiet, lots of views of the mountains.Full hookups 25 dollars.

| Appears To Be The Fairgrounds

By user-4779518... on 2018-03-14. Stayed 2017-11-18 to 2017-11-18

Road leads into the fairgrounds. Drove by, and looked packed wall to wall (the circus was in town). Also tried nearby Walmart but was told no overnight parking. They recommended Sam's Club which was back near the fairgrounds. Might be worth checking out. I decided to drive on to a casino down the road to spend my money :-)

| A port in the storm

By user-6377673... on 2018-05-17.

We were very thankful for this campground. We had blown our transmission and stayed here while it was being repaired. Manager was friendly and helpful, recommending a mechanic. He treated us very fairly. The park was quiet and clean. Would highly recommend and would stay here again if in Santa Fe again!

| Okay for an overnight

By user-4993276... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-04 to 2018-06-05

Quiet with nice views. The place is basically a parking lot at the rodeo grounds, horses are corralled right there. We needed a spot for the night at the last minute and this worked out fine. $25 for power water and sewer. You need cash.

| Great deal close to town

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-30 to 2018-10-31

We are traveling cross country heading back to florida for the winter. We wanted to stay close to Santa Fe and didn t need any flues in a rv spot. The rv site is in a gated area at a rodeo. Very quite. Layer back, just put your 25 dollars in a mailbox slot and enjoy a quite night

| Nice secured site

By user-5715041... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-12-19 to 2018-12-20

The place is a fairgrounds but fenced in with a coded security gate. You call the telephone number on the gate. Inform them how long your stay is. You will be given the code to enter. You are told to find an open spot. The spots have water, sewer, and electricity. A person shows up, you pay, then enjoy your stay. For the money it's not a bad deal