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El Morro RV Park & Cafe

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  • Excellent60%
  • Very good22%
  • Average5%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible8%
21 Apr 2017
“Welcoming Stop on Bicycle Route 66”
15 Nov 2016
“Brunch”
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Reviewed 22 April 2017

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...More

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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...More

Thank Clare B
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...More

Thank M R
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...More

Thank robbins554
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
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Lynn A
4 January 2015|
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Ours did have indoor plumbing. I assume they all did but can't say for sure. There appeared to be some outside accessible showers etc. for the campers.
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"We camped, and did not use the cabins."
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"This is a rustic campground, not a motel or hotel!"
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"Stay in the cabins. Ours was freshly remodeled, clean and comfy."
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"There are only 4 cabins. We had colleagues in the 2 smaller cabins, and they worked great for individuals..."
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