Chaco Canyon Camping – Where to Stay

Chaco Canyon Camping

Chetro Ketl. photo by cm195902 on Flickr

If you are planning a visit to the amazing Pueblo ruins at Chaco Canyon and your searching for Chaco Canyon Camping because you are traveling in an RV, then I’d like to share something with you about the area so you can make the most of your trip.

After you watch the video below, click on this link for Chaco Canyon Camping if you will be travelling in an RV.

Chaco Canyon Camping & Other Ruins to See

Chaco Canyon is one of many Native American attractions to see in the immediate area where you will be travelling and there are a number of unique places that I’m guessing you’ll want to see if you are coming to this area. Watch this short video to discover what I’m talking about.

Chaco Canyon Camping

Although you could stay a night or two at Chaco Canyon before your return, you’d be missing out on a number of amazing experiences in the immediate area and you’d be missing out on a number of good restaurants and experiences that you can find if you stay in Farmington, NM.

Aztec Ruins for example is just next door to Farmington and Durango is a short drive away as well. If you get a chance, the Durango to Silverton narrow gauge railroad is definitely worth your time (you’ll know what I mean when you see deer and other wild animals and experience the canyons and rushing rivers from the open boxcars).

You may also want to visit the Four Corners National Monument where you can stand in four states at the same time.

So, if you are looking for Chaco Canyon Camping, consider staying in Farmington at Sundowner RV Park – the park usually fills up fast but they often have spaces for travelers who find them on the Internet, so mention this blog post when you call (505)327-1671.