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El Morro RV Park & Cafe

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Puget Sound
Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

Adventure Cycling's Bicycle Route 66 swings south from Gallup to visit El Morro National Monument and to cross the continental divide. In stretch of more than 100 miles, El Morro RV Park & Cafe and its few cabins are the only full resources available to "credit card" (as opposed to camping) cyclists following Route 66. Under those circumstances, simply being...

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Weymouth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 November 2016

We spotted this cafe as we were leaving Inscription Rock monument. The food was delicious but the service could have been better. The waitress kept on forgetting what we had ordered and had to return to us to check on whether she had got it right!

Thank Clare B
Midland, Texas
Reviewed 28 September 2016

This is a great camping area with a unique atmosphere. We had a pop-up trailer and had no problem maneuvering into our site, but wouldn't recommend for larger RV's; we witnessed others having a difficult time due to the narrowness of the lane that runs through the park. There are cabins offered, which we did not use. There is a...

Thank M R
Fort Collins, Colorado
Reviewed 15 July 2016

What a fantastic place and find! Laid back, incredible food at the Ancient Way Cafe, and a great atmosphere. Thank you to the El Morro staff who made our stay memorable! Would definitely go back and stay for longer, as well as recommend to anyone passing through the area.

Thank robbins554
Worcester, Massachusetts
Reviewed 24 May 2016

I would drive back here just for the scones and the smell of pinoin pine! Absolutely one of the most beautiful places we visited. Super friendly people. The view spectacular! Near Inscription Rock -a must see for history buffs. -

Thank Lisa D
Placitas, New Mexico
Reviewed 24 December 2015

We wanted to see El Morro National Monument and get away from Christmas madness for a weekend! The El Morro RV Park and Cabins and Ancient Way Cafe was just the ticket. We had a special package the operator had advertised. Our cabin and dinner for two was $110. Dinner that night was a strip steak (cooked to perfection), mashed...

Thank pepper13420
Reviewed 30 November 2015

We had a hard time finding this place, but finally arrived just as the sun was setting so had to quickly put up tent and hurry to the cafe. Unfortunately, they were out of food but some campers came to our rescue! It was getting very cold, so while we took hot showers, they made us soup over their campfire...

Thank Pam B
Clovis, New Mexico, United States
Reviewed 28 October 2015

What a jewel this is. We were so pleased with our cabin! And it even had TV and internet access. After 4 days of hiking in the wilderness, this was the perfect place to reintroduce us to civilization. We arrived late and the restaurant was closing, but the chef cooked us a meal and delivered it to our cabin! Where...

Thank Teresa R
Pearland, Texas
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Our RV site was soft dirt, but fairly level. However the utility connections were spread all over the place, making it a challenge to find the sweet spot on the pad where everything would reach. I ultimately opted to only connect electric and water and just dump grey/black the morning that we departed. The office/café keeps fairly odd hours, which...

Thank KeTeKaHa
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 8 June 2015

We stayed for 5 nights while doing a project at El Morro National Monument. The location was perfect for us, but more importantly the cabin worked really well for our needs. There are 4 cabins, 2 small and 2 larger ones. We had one of the larger ones, which was perfect for us. It is simple yet tastefully appointed. What...

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Additional Information about El Morro RV Park & Cafe

Address: 4018 Ice Caves Rd, Ramah, NM 87321
Region: United States > New Mexico > Ramah
Number of rooms: 20
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“We camped, and did not use the cabins.”
886mr, 28 Sep 2016 | Read review
“This is a rustic campground, not a motel or hotel!”
  • Ancient Way Cafe closes early!
365pamb, 30 Nov 2015 | Read review
“Stay in the cabins. Ours was freshly remodeled, clean and comfy.”
teresar548, 27 Oct 2015 | Read review
“There are only 4 cabins. We had colleagues in the 2 smaller cabins, and they worked great for individuals, or for an overnight. The larger cabin was perfect for us because we could use the second bed as a place to organize our gear.”
cds_SanFrancisco, 8 Jun 2015 | Read review
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