Albuquerque is the most populous city of New Mexico and is home to some of the highest rated RV parks in the southwest. Though its high altitude can lead to chilly temperatures overnight, its desert climate makes for overall great weather for camping year-round. Each campsite contains everything you’ll need to enjoy your stay, however long it may be. Based on your preferences, you won’t even have to rough it. Most RV parks offer extra amenities such as Internet access and Cable TV, ensuring a comfortable vacation with plenty of great conveniences. And if you enjoy mountains, Albuquerque is definitely a great city for your next vacation. The Sandia Mountains is a breathtaking mountain range located immediately to the east of the city. If you want to enjoy the gorgeous views from the top but prefer not to walk up the incline, you can use the Sandia Peak Tramway, the world’s longest aerial tram ride. At an altitude of nearly 11,000 feet, Sandia Crest is the highest peak along the mountain range, and by standing atop it, you’ll see a break taking 11,000 square-mile view of the Rio Grande Valley. Within the city itself, there's a plethora of excellent attractions, iconic to New Mexico. Be sure to visit the Albuquerque Biopark Aquarium and Albuquerque Zoo, as well as the historic museums and national monuments in the surrounding towns. There's also amazing local festivals that normally draw thousands to the city each year. Plan your trip around the International Balloon Festival and the summertime New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair. For those hoping to soak in the history of the indigenous population, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a great spot, filled with guides that will lead you through exhibits showcasing rare Pueblo artifacts. Another must-see is a local 285,000 gallon ocean tank, that is home to over 250 native and exotic species. No wonder thousands of campers across the country head to Albuquerque each year!