The “Cadillac Ranch” art project is located 1/2 mile from the RV park I stayed in last night so I decided to stop and take a closer look. It is in the middle of a field right alongside 40 highway. There are 10 half-buried Cadillacs. They were buried in 1974 and people are encouraged to bring spray paint and paint all over them. So I can say I have seen them now.
I left Amarillo about 11:00 and had a nice drive into Albuquerque (285 miles). I arrived at Balloon Fiesta Park just before 5:00pm Mountain Time (Time Zone changes when you cross into New Mexico).
STANDARD: $40.00 per night (dry camping) (South RV Lot)
BOX VIEW: $50.00 per night (dry camping) (South RV Lot)
PREMIUM: $95.00 per night (30Amp and water connection) (South RV Lot)
VIP West/East: $100.00 per night (dry camping, adjacent to the Launch Field with 2 general admission passes included valid during your stay.)
PRESIDENT’S COMPOUND :$250.00 per night (Sites on a bluff overlooking the Launch Field with city water pressure and 30-50 Amp RV Hook-up, this site also includes 4 general admission passes to the Launch Field valid during your stay.)
I checked in my South RV dry camping lot and a volunteer guide found a small site to put me in. Below are views from my site:
I settled in and went out for some dinner. My generator worked great. I can only run the generator until 10:00pm.