New Mexico doesn’t have a lot of lakes or shoreline, but there are still some wonderful little getaway spots tucked here and there in the state for avid boater. Here are our top 5 picks for great water getaways. 1.
Sedona, Arizona, is a unique place filled with beauty and tranquility. With the awe-inspiring red rock formations, a mini Grand Canyon called Oak Creek Canyon, and a thousand things to see and do, it is a great family destination to
Sedona, Arizona, draws visitors from around the world who are enchanted by the beauty of this rugged country. Sedona has a mild climate during all four seasons of the year, including plenty of huge blue skies and amazing starry nights.
The Pinyon Pine is the state tree of New Mexico. It was chosen by the New Mexico Federation of Women’s Club and adopted on March 16, 1949 — the same day the roadrunner was adopted as the state bird. This
New Mexico, with the glorious southern Rocky Mountains, offers plenty of places to view the leaves changing. To find out where the fall colors are in New Mexico during the season, you can access the National Forest Service toll-free fall
New Mexico is called The Land of Enchantment for good reason, making it doubly hard to select five of the best scenic drives in the state. See the Southwest has narrowed the choices down to our top five picks for
The Grand Canyon has had many admirers over the years. We aren’t the first to be in awe of its natural beauty. The oldest human artifacts in the park are nearly 12,000 years old and date to the Paleo-Indian period.
New Mexico has a long history, first as a popular dwelling place for our Native American ancestors, then the Spanish, and finally settlers from the United States. Today, it is a cultural melting pot and also a beautiful place to
On July 4, 1876, a group of pioneers traveling West, stopped at a spring in the shadow of the San Francisco Peaks. To celebrate the centennial of the nation, they stripped the limbs from a tall pine and raised the
The Mile High City, got its start as a jumping off point for the Colorado Gold Rush that started in 1850s. Denver was founded as a mining and supply settlement in 1858. Today, the bustling town of around 600,000 inhabitants,