So this is basically a place to pull over for the night. I'm OK with you unhooking to go see some sites for the day. I can let you fill up fresh water, and you can plug in with a regular extension cord if needed for lights or fridge but the breaker will trip with air conditioning or space heaters use. This is basically a low key kind of thing. I would not expect people to be hanging in the RV all day, just a place to crash for the night or unhook for the day to drive around to see stuff.
So as stated, this is a place to pull in and sleep, or to unhook and see stuff for the day (or you could Uber around). I can't really have people hanging out at the RV all day long. I don't have a problem with pets that are kept in the rv. It is a neighborhood, so you can walk your dog around the block and please clean up! There is also a dog park about a 4 minute drive. No generators, and no smoking outside of your unit on my property. Please be mindful that it is a residential area, so noise should be kept to a minimum and I would ask that you turn your light out at a reasonable time so as not to annoy neighbors. I have two police officers right across the street so the neighborhood is pretty safe.
I live on a residential street that has easy access from main streets. There is an easy loop in the neighborhood to position your rv the right direction on the street.
You can park your tow vehicle and/or rv on the street in front of my house. I park my rv there when getting it ready to go out on the road. My driveway can only accommodate a camper van.
Old Town Albuquerque, Petroglyphs National Monument, International Balloon Fiesta, Sandia Tram, skiing, mountains, Santa Fe day trip. There is a ton of amazing cultural activities both in New Mexico and in Albuquerque itself. We have an outstanding BioPark which includes a zoo, botanical gardens and an aquarium. We have a bunch of first class museums such as a Natural History, Explora (Children's Science), National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque Museum (art and local history),Unser Museum, Balloon Museum and more. Santa Fe is an hour away and has more to offer than I can mention here: museums, art galleries, restaurants, historic sites, chapels, Native American arts, shopping, etc. Los Alamos and/or Bandalier Nat Monument is about and hour and half drive. And Tent Rocks is closer.
We did not get the chance to actually meet the host but were given details in advance. The spot on the street was quiet and safe for a great nights rest. Thanks again!
Thanks for being the first boondock on our 3400 mile trip back home. With horrible weather just nipping at our heels it was a great relief to find a quiet place to overnight and to be able to quickly get back on the road. Everything went well and we appreciate your great help.
Excellent for a stop in Albuquerque, we did not meet our host, but it is a nice residential area, we felt safe.
Thank You for a wonderful stay enjoyed the conversation and hope to see you in Pittsburgh.
Very much enjoyed our stay here, our host was very accommodating and we enjoyed getting to speak to her for a bit our first night in ABQ and swap travel stories. Highly recommend!
We really enjoyed our stay and the evening talking with Rebecca. A quiet street and a good stop to visit the Pow Wow festival. Thanks for everything.