Travelers along the Santa Fe Trail used to arrive on horseback or by wagon to this lawless frontier town, where Billy the Kid once evaded a lynch mob. Today, travelers enjoy a more civilized reception at this KOA, tucked into the pinon- and juniper-scented foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Wagon-wheel ruts, 900 historic buildings and the Fort Union National Monument highlight the area's past. Lakes and a national wildlife refuge showcase its natural wonders. At KOA's Café del Guapo, sample the green-chile Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and delicious steaks. Have your reunion or get-together in the new rec hall facility. Find Southwest and authentic Indian items in the campground store. Summertime fire truck rides at KOA make for a memorable visit. Rental unit/loft available (seasonal with breakfast). Limited services December 1 to March 1. Pool: May 15 - September 15. Max pull thru: 110 feet. Your hosts: Denny and Debby Matthews.