Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Albequerque KOA

While in Albuquerque we stayed at the Central KOA.  It's not in a great part of town.  It's not close to much of anything, except the RV dealership we needed to visit for repairs.  We don't like KOAs in general, and we don't like this one in particular.
Who plants a spikey plant like this right next to where an RV will be parking?  We had to get the scissors out and cut off a few tips that were touching the paint.

This is our side yard.  It's littered with stuff.  In order for Jim to get the pull out tray out, I had to pull the swing back to give him enough room.  Between the swing, the charcoal grill, the picnic table and the raised fire pit, we had to walk on the neighbor's site to get to the pickup truck.

Getting in to the RV, we must walk on the rocks. It was just a yucky, expensive site.

The site across the street was nice.

Interior streets are paved.  Sites are covered in crushed rock.  It's the kind of rock that gets up into your flip flops and hurts your feet.  There were 4 bars of 4G LTE.  Power was good, water pressure was good.  There is moderate freeway noise at night.  We didn't use the laundry or the restrooms, so I have no data.  Some of the sites have giant trees that will block satellite, so if you need reception, ask for a satellite friendly site.  You will need to level as most sites have a slope.
If we're back in Albuquerque, we might stay here again, but we'd look somewhere else first.

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