The area around Santa Fe offers more than 3 million acres of public forest land. There are trails for all interests.
Along with canoeing and kayaking, rafting provides everything from placid floats in the Lower Rio Grande Gorge to class-four thrills and chills as you churn through the frothing rapids of the Taos Box. The most exciting times are late May to July when the water is highest, but some local stretchers are negotiable all year long.
Santa Fe offers all kinds of wonderful places to shop including the historic plaza, outlet mall, flea markets and on Tuesday and Saturday the Santa Fe Farmers market our KOA gift shop also offers beautiful southwestern gifts at great prices.
Hundreds of great eating opportunities, from the casual street vendor to elegant 5 star gourmet dining. Dont forget to try the "green" and "red" chili!
Aspen vistas, bicycling, bird-watching, boating, chair lift rides, fishing, horseback riding, hot-air ballooning, hot-springs bathing, hunting, jeep touring, rock climbing, running, skiing, snowboarding, sledding, inner tubing, soaring, swimming and tennis.
Guided Motorcycle Tours
Sign up for professionally guided motorcycle tours. Tours depart from the campground at approximately 8 am and return in the late afternoon. There is no charge for the tour, though the guide will gladly accept tips :-).
The guided tour takes you through the Rio Grande Gorge, Taos, NM., Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Jemez Mountains and Madrid, NM (home of Wild Hogs, the movie).
Rick Pasekoff is the tour guide. Rick has been riding for more than 30 years and is "in" to long distance riding. He's been coast to coast and last year completed a ride to Alaska (and back). Rick is a qualified Motor Safety Foundation Rider Coach and teaches the Basic Rider Course in Albuquerque.
Sign up by calling the campground at 505-466-1419 or email Rick at firstname.lastname@example.org.