Fall Is In The Air at Farmington’s Best RV Park
In case you’re traveling to Farmington New Mexico in the near future, I just wanted to share with you that fall is really in the air and we’re definitely seeing it at Sundowner which is an RV park in Farmington, New Mexico.
I snapped a few photographs of the different parts of the park so that you could see what it looks like when the leaves are changing.
If you coming to the Four Corners to visit any of our amazing ruins or monuments, please consider staying with us. The roads to some of the ruins are fine by car but can end up doing some damage if you are towing an RV or if you have a fifth wheel.
We recently were able to make some space for a great couple who were in the area visiting Chaco Canyon after they had incurred some damage to their RV while towing it down the dirt road to Chaco Canyon. Bragging isn’t really our style, so we’ll let you read what they allowed us to share with you…
“The park is first rate, and so are the people who run it! We pulled into the Sundowner with our little trailer in complete disarray after tangling with a bad road. Even though they were full, the folks here found room for us, and went out of their way to get us into the spot quickly so that we could make repairs.”
– John Endres, RV Tenant visiting Chaco Canyon
We’re running at pretty much full capacity, so call us today at (505)327-1671 to reserve one of our last spaces and please remember to tell your friends about us if they are looking for an RV park in Farmington.