101 total RV sites, dump station is available, 86 sites with full hookups, 20/30 amp service at sites & few with 50 amp, can accommodate RVs up to 48ft, back ins, pull thrus, sewer, water, restrooms, swimming pool, playground, book exchange, basketball, fitness center, picnic area, two bathhouses, laundry room, hiking, nature watching, RV storage, clubhouse & TV lounge. Elevation is 6,680 feet. A gas station and general store are located at the entrance to the park. Tent sites are available. Gift shops and restaurants are nearby as well as churches of various denominations.
PA is valid for 7 nights. Please see management for discounts on longer stays. PA is not valid Oct 1st thru Oct 15th. PA is valid on space availability. BECAUSE OF LIMITED AVAILABILITY, RESERVATIONS ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Credit cards accepted. Now offering no contact check-in. All payments will be done by phone. Pets welcome. *Tax included. 50 amp sites are $4.00 additional. Rates are for 2 people, $5.00 for each additional person.
NOTE: GPS systems will not locate park based on actual address. You may wish to try "844 State Hwy 333", "844 State Hwy. 66", or actual GPS coordinates. Take I-40 Exit 178 to South Frontage Road, turn east, and the park entrance is at the east end of the Gas Station.
Hidden Valley Resort is located in the shadows of the magnificent Sandia and Manzano Mountain ranges just a ten-minute ride from Albuquerque. Turquoise Trail, ghost towns and ski area and tram, all located in the Sandia Mountains. Gift shops and restaurants are nearby as well as churches of various denominations. In Albuquerque, attractions include: Old Town, zoo, aquarium, botanical gardens and various museums. Albuquerque’s western ridge reveals a history page of petroglyphs, volcano cliffs and the Folsom Man Site. There are many Indian Pueblos, casinos and ruins to be visited along the Rio Grande Valley from Albuquerque to Taos in northern New Mexico. Historic Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capitol, is less than an hour away.
This is not a high-class resort, but I myself had a very pleasant stay here. Conveniently located off the highway, yet behind a bluff which reduces freeway noise. It's about 19 miles from Downtown Albuquerque. Utilities work well. Apparently Wifi doesn't reach throughout the park, but I got great Wifi at speeds over 10megs. Site was reasonably level. All for a reasonable price.
We really enjoyed this park. We did not find it difficult to locate as others have said - maybe they have improved their signage since then. It is right off of I-40 just east of Albuquerque. Brandon, at the front office, was great - extremely friendly and very efficient. The park does need some TLC but it looks like it is receiving some improvements. The sites were excellent - gravel base, very level, perfect length for our 36' RV and toad. We found the park to be very quiet. We stayed for two nights and did not use any of the facilities so I can't write about bathrooms, etc. The pool had been drained for season which didn't matter to us. We would definitely stay there again.
we love this place! My kids and I come here to get away from the city often. The staff are always great and the grounds are clean and quiet. Thanx guys!