Cochiti Lake COE is another great place to spend a few days absorbing the views. Two large camping areas with electric and water within 15-50ft. water is shared by two campsites. Sites are level and have picnic tables.
Less than a 1/2 mile to a well stocked Convenience store with gas and a laundromat.
Tent Rocks National Monument is about 15 miles.
Views from the campground.
From Bandera, I had to stop in Robert Lee (where my late husband and I bought a small ranch in the middle of nowhere) to take care of some business.
If you are ever passing through from Abilene to San Angelo take a drive down route 158 from US HWY 277 to US HWY 87 and enjoy the view.
Then on to Post and the Post View RV Park which is an older park but still has good full hookups. Post is the Garza county seat and was established by CW Post the cereal guy in 1907. Neat Museum and Old Mill Trade Days https://www.oldmilltradedays.com/on the second weekend of the month from March – December. I have done this market with merchandise and with food and it is always a good market with lots of variety.
One night in Amarillo and then out of Texas.
I love the plains so I always go straight up from Amarillo on US Hwy 87 to 287 to 385. Just make sure everything is secured it’s rough going through OK.
And I like to stay outside Lamar at Sportsmans RV Park and Horse Motel http://www.rvandhorses.com, another older park with reasonable rates and good hookups.
Leaving Lamar heading to Denver I had to stop twice because of wind, remember to slow down or pull over on the plains the winds are vicious.
Denver is busy and in the summer it is hard to find a space without far in advance reservations, I was lucky enough to secure 2 nights at Prospect RV Park http://www.prospectrv.com . Right off I-70 and fairly close where my sister lives.
She took me on a road tour of Lookout Mountain and Central City and on to lunch in Nederland.
My sister takes photography seriously and is very good at it.
Next Stop Cheyenne, Wyoming.