We spent our time in Albuquerque parked in one of the more unique parks we’ve seen, Enchanted Trails RV Park. Built as a trading post in the 1940’s, the building has been left much the same as it was then, but even more unique is the vintage theme is carried throughout the interior and the campground.
If it weren’t for the large motorhomes and 5th wheels parked throughout the park, you feel as if you had just pulled off Route 66 for an overnight stay in the park during the forties.
Rentals are available if you don’t have an RV, furnished inside as they were originally.
Inside the building, the feeling continues.
Family owned and operated, this is truly a unique place to stay.