Econo Lodge Midtown

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2412 Carlisle Blvd. N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States
Econo Lodge Midtown
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 21% higher than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples42
  • Solo50
  • Business80

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camping outside the city

by Krudella

Ojos de Brujo are playing June 24th- @ the National Hispanic Cultural Ctr. and I'll be driving there from Flagstaff- never been to Albq. before. I'd like to go hiking for the day and then hit the show later that evening. It would be ideal to spend the night outdoors too- anyone have any insight on semi-close hiking and camping?
Thanks in advance

RE: camping outside the city

by prometheus

There is good hiking at the Elena Gillegos park on the east of the city in the foothills. No camping that I know of though. Check out the Coronado park in Bernallilo. they may have camping there. It's about 20 mi north of abq on I-25.

RE: RE: camping outside the city

by kymbanm

I went on and got a few more results for campgrounds than I expected. I haven't stayed at any of them (sorry)- but there are 2 tips on VT about the Albuquerque KOA ... it's located in the foothills within the city limits.

This is the address of the page I pulled up from that search (you'll need to cut and paste into your browser window)

Have fun, and hope this helps :)

Travel Tips for Albuquerque


by VeronicaG

The vibrant yellow flowers seen in the center of this landscaping are Chamisa. These are great plants for Southwest gardens because they're 'water-conservative'.

However, many people say they develop an allergic response to the pollen of this plant in the Spring, while in the Fall they're affected by the 'fluff' carried into the air by the wind.

I think they add a nice touch of color to the earthen tones found in most landscaping in this area of the country. The small blossom clusters remind me of Golden Rod, which is found all over the Northeast, yet they're not as leggy.

Petraglyphs National Monument

by Ken_Weaver

This area is covered with inscriptions on the rocks first placed by the indigeous people of the area and later by the Spanish settlers who followed the custom. The Spanish inscriptions are easier to recognize because they typically used crosses.

There's Gold in Them Thar Hills

by AlbuqRay

The most famous gold mine is in the Ortiz Mountains near Madrid. However, gold is also found in the San Pedro Mountains south of the Ortiz's near the town of Golden. Most operations are placer mining now but if you have a lot of time, a metal detector and like to hike and dig, you might find specimen nuggets such the ones shown in these pictures.

Great food and atmosphere!

by dacrites about Casa de Ruiz ~ Church Street Cafe

Located behind the famous San Felipe de Neri church in Historic Old Town district. You can tell that the building is very old adobe. There's a nice outdoor patio if you would rather eat outdoors. The food was superb! Shredded Beef Tamales, served with Christmas and green!

One of the Classic Restaurants in Albuquerque

by AlbuqRay about Frontier Restaurant

The Frontier has been known for its breakfasts, Mexican food, reasonable prices and quick service since 1971. Gil Garduno recommends the green chile stew in his review but it is too spicy for me. Since it is across the street from the University of New Mexico Bookstore, it is a student hangout; however, you might see anyone there. It is very popular. Even if there is a long line, don't worry. It moves fast. The Frontier is open 24 and 7, except for 5 days a year. Don't miss the breakfast burritos, cinnamon rolls, carne adovada and fresh squeezed orange juice.


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 Econo Lodge Midtown

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Address: 2412 Carlisle Blvd. N.E., Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110, United States