Q: What kind of camping is this? A: Dry camping, which means no power, no running water, no wifi, no showers. Porta-potties are available onsite, including one ADA compliant one. Q: What if I need hookups A: There are many RV parks and developed campgrounds throughout the Albuquerque Metro area, but be forewarned, they fillContinue reading “Frequently Asked Questions”
Who Open to any VW regardless of year, model or cooling system. What Dry-camping in a field within walking distance of the international balloon fiesta. When October 8th-11th, 2020. Where 8536 Alameda Park Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87113 Why Raising funds for the Alameda Little League baseball organization, who help keep kids out of trouble.Continue reading “Info”
We like to have a good time and enjoy our camping as much as the next guy / gal. That being said, here’s some ground rules so we don’t get kicked out: Don’t be a jerk. Be considerate of others around you. No Glass Containers outside of your vehicle. No Fireworks (looking at you ShawnContinue reading “The Rules”
So whats this Balloon Fiesta thing anyway? The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is a big deal, and draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Albuquerque area annually. This can cause a bit of traffic congestion, specifically at dawn / dusk. Due to the proximity of our campout to the Balloon Fiesta Park, traffic willContinue reading “Pro Tips.”
First off, a huge thank you to General Parts for their amazing raffle prizes (to be announced soon)! If you guys need parts or service, please give them a shout. Also, we’re still looking for raffle prizes. If you have anything you would like to donate to the raffle, please let us know.
Many moons ago, the now defunct pre-1968 VW Bus club “The Route 66 Splits” started camping in a field during the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. This event became Buses and Balloons. Over the many years since then the city grew, and the field with a once decent view of the rio grande valley became aContinue reading “The location”