Silver River Adobe Inn
3151 West Main St., Farmington, NM, United Stateshttp://www.silveradobe.com(505) 325-8219Welcome to Our Home...The Silver River Adobe Inn is a place of rustic elegance that overlooks the confluence of the San Juan and La Plata rivers. Each room has its own private entrance and private bath, and two rooms open out to patios embraced by large cottonwood trees along the banks of the riverine nature reserve. We also offer a newly renovated cottage located on the hill overlooking the rivers.
Major Anasazi Regions & Sites
Canyon de Chelly National Monument
www.nps.gov/cach(928) 674-5500Canyon de Chelly National Monument was established on April 1, 1931 as a unit of the National Park Service. It is located in northeastern Arizona within the boundaries of the Navajo Nation.
www.nps.gov/chcu(505) 786-7014haco Culture National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park hosting the densest and most exceptional concentration of pueblos in the American Southwest. The park is located in northwestern New Mexico, between Albuquerque and Farmington, in a remote canyon cut by the Chaco Wash. Containing the most sweeping collection of ancient ruins north of Mexico, the park preserves one of the United States' most important pre-Columbian cultural and historical areas.
Mesa Verde National Park, CO 81330
Mesa Verde National Park, CO 81330http://www.nps.gov/meve/index.htmMesa Verde, Spanish for green table, offers a spectacular look into the lives of the Ancestral Pueblo people who made it their home for over 700 years, from A.D. 600 to 1300. Today the park protects nearly 5,000 known archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings. These sites are some of the most notable and best preserved in the United States.
Aztec Ruins National Monument Historical Marker, Aztec, NM 87410
Aztec Ruins National Monument Historical Marker, Aztec, NM 87410http://www.nps.gov/nr/travel/cultural_diversity/Aztec_Ruins_National_Monument.htmlNear Aztec, New Mexico over 1,000 years ago, Ancestral Pueblo people constructed a large planned community that served their society for over two centuries. Aztec Ruins National Monument, which is part of the Chaco Culture National Historical Park World Heritage Site, preserves the remains of this well planned community, which is the largest Ancestral Puebloan community in the Animas River Valley. While the Ancestral Pueblo people are responsible for the construction of this site, the ruins received their name when early European settlers mistakenly attributed the ruins to the Aztecs of Mexico. A visit to the park provides not only a glimpse into the lives of Ancestral Pueblo people but also a place to connect with the cultural heritage of American Indians today.
6131 U.S. 64www.salmonruins.com(505) 632-2013Come visit us and see all that we have to offer... Tour our 11th century ruins and a Chacoan great house Experience a 19th century homestead Picnic under our ramada Investigate replicas of a sweatlodge, hogan, tipi, or pithouse View ancient artifacts, as well as interesting new exhibits Research and read in our library, specializing in the archaeology and history of the American Southwest Browse our gift shop, filled with locally handcrafted Native American items and archaeological reference materials
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
23390 Road Khttp://www.crowcanyon.org(970) 565-8975The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, located in southwestern Colorado, is dedicated to understanding, teaching, and preserving the rich history of the ancestral Pueblo Indians (also called the Anasazi) who inhabited the canyons and mesas of the Mesa Verde region more than 700 years ago. The area has one of the densest concentrations of well-preserved archaeological sites in the world, attracting the interest of archaeologists, and capturing the imagination of the public, for well over 100 years. Crow Canyon's campus-based programs allow you to participate in actual archaeological research, making exciting discoveries in the field and laboratory that add to our collective understanding of the Pueblo past. The Center’s award-winning research and education programs are developed in consultation with American Indians, whose insights complement the archaeological perspective and add a unique cross-cultural dimension to your experience.
Grand Canyon National Park
1 Village Loop Roadwww.nps.gov/grca(928) 638-7888Grand Canyon National Park is the United States' 15th oldest national park. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, the park is located in Arizona.
Canyonlands National Park
www.nps.gov/cany(435) 719-2313Canyonlands National Park is a U.S. National Park located in southeastern Utah near the town of Moab and preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas and buttes by the Colorado River, the Green River, and their respective tributaries.
Badlands National Park
www.nps.gov/badl(605) 433-5361Badlands National Park, in southwest South Dakota preserves 242,756 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires blended with the largest protected mixed grass prairie in the United States.
Hovenweep National Monument
www.nps.gov/hove(970) 562-4282Hovenweep National Monument is located on land in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah, between Cortez, Colorado and Blanding, Utah on the Cajon Mesa of the Great Sage Plain.
Black Pinnacle Campground
Half an hour drive on Hwy 550/64 to Shiprock. Composed of igneous rock flanked by long upright walls of solidified lava, the rock is sacred to the Navajo who call it "Tse" Bit'ai'". Climbing is not permitted.
Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park
Indn Route 42(435) 727-5874Monument Valley is a region of the Colorado Plateau characterized by a cluster of vast sandstone buttes, the largest reaching 1,000 ft above the valley floor. It is located on the Arizona-Utah state line, near the Four Corners area.
Four Corners Monument
US Highway 160navajonationparks.org/htm/fourcorners.htm(800) 574-4386The Four Corners Monument marks the quadripoint in the Southwestern United States where the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah meet
Angel Peak RV Park
6181 U.S. 64www.angelpeakrv.com(505) 632-6780We are family owned and operated, small and private. Our goal is to provide friendly service in a welcoming environment. Whether you want to explore the outdoors or enjoy quality activities for the family Angel Peak RV Park is the place. So Come And Have Fun!
Riverview Golf Course
64 Country Road 6520http://www.riverviewgolfnm.com(505) 598-0140The land was beautiful well before we ever came along. Add 18 holes of par 72 golf, a state-of-the-art practice facility, PGA certified instructors, and you end up with a world-class golf facility for all to enjoy. Located in Kirtland, New Mexico, Riverview offers breathtaking views of the San Juan County scenery such as the La Plata Mountains, Shiprock Monument and the San Juan River bluffs. This course is designed to show the natural terrain of New Mexico with slightly rolling grounds, ancient arroyos, native terrain with lush fairways. The course truly is San Juan County's Finest. “Think inside the tee box - Four Corners BEST value!!!” Opened in 1969, Riverview Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Kirtland, New Mexico now owned and operated by San Juan County and managed by Steve Schoch, PGA golf professional. The course is open year-round and has a 9-hole traditional-style course and a challenging 9-hole course designed by Baxter Spann. Riverview offers a driving range, two putting greens, a chipping green, and a state-of-the-art V1 Digital Coaching Center. The Grill @ Riverview menu has a wide variety of food and snacks with specials daily. Our golf shop is fully stocked with a knowledgeable staff that every golfer can appreciate. Book your tee times online or call us at (505) 598-0149.
3041 East Main Streethttp://www.farmingtonmuseum.com(505) 599-1174The Farmington City Council has established the Farmington Historical Society and Museum as its Historical Preservation Commission. The Society’s mission is to provide the Council advice and guidance on historic and preservation issues, and to acquire and preserve historic memorabilia regarding the City of Farmington, its environs and its citizens. The Bank of Farmington has joined in this effort by generously provided access to the “Old Bank,” 16 East Fort street, for use as a Farmington museum.
Pinon Hills Golf Course
2101 Sunrise Parkwayhttp://www.pinonhillsgolf.com/?ct=1(505) 326-6066Pinon Hills is a legend in the desert golf landscape. What makes us legendary? Simply, we are affordable, friendly, fun to play, and hassle free…plus it’s easy to make a tee time and find a place to stay in Farmington, New Mexico. We could not have imagined when we set out to build a golf course for our community it would become known as one of America’s greats. We are rated by Golfweek Magazine as one the best municipal golf courses in the United States year in and year out – for over 20 years!!! So, make the trip to Farmington in northern New Mexico’s “land of enchantment,” and play the #4 Municipal Golf Course in the United States!!! You won’t be disappointed.
3901 Bloomfield Highwayhttp://www.bolackmuseum.com(505) 325-4275The B-Square Ranch is a 12,000 acre lifelong commitment of Tom and Tommy Bolack and is a private wildlife refuge, working farm and ranch, and home of two museums. Some 15,000 year-round and 100,000 wintering waterfowl call it home. Also in abundance are deer, pheasant, quail, hawks, eagles, and owls along with cattle, sheep, pigeons and turkeys. Seven man man made lakes covering some 75 acres also contain crappie, bas, and catfish. The Bolack Museum of Fish and Wildlife was built by and dedicated to Tom Bolack by the Bolack family. It is one of the largest private collections of it's type in the world today with over 2,500 specimens. The collection from five continents gives visitors a change to view animas in their natural setting and to appreciate the beauty in nature's animal kingdom.
Lions Wilderness Amphitheatre
5800 College Boulevardhttp://www.fourcornersgeotourism.com/content/lions-wilderness-amphitheater-outdoor-summer-theater/fc(505) 325-2570For an entertaining and scenic summer evening in Farmington, NM, come experience Sandstone Productions' Outdoor Summer Theater at Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater. Each summer talented local and professional actors are selected to present one of theaters greatest dramas or musicals to be performed against the beautiful natural sandstone backdrop. Past performances have included "Oklahoma", "Annie Get Your Gun", "Cyrano de Bergerac" and "Into the Woods".
Navajo Lake State Park
1448 NM 511 #1http://www.stateparks.com/navajo_lake.html505-632-2278Three recreation areas comprise Navajo Lake State Park. Pine River, the most developed area along the lake, includes a visitor center with interpretive exhibits, developed campgrounds, a day use area and a full service marina. Sims Mesa is across the lake, accessible by NM 527, and includes a visitor center with interpretive exhibits, developed campgrounds and a full service marina. The San Juan River area below the dam is world renowned for excellent trout fishing and includes wheelchair-accessible fishing facilities on the river, Cottonwood Campground, seven day use areas and several hiking trails.
Boon's Family Thai BBQ
321 West Main Streethttp://www.boonsthai.com(505) 325-5556
Three Rivers Brewery
101 East Main Streethttp://www.threeriversbrewery.com505-324-2187A brew pub with a wide menu. This business revitalized the downtown and continues to keep downtown alive. Many varieties of house brewed beer. Housed in the old Farmington Drug building where a number of family members took their ice cream sodas.
St. Clair Winery & Bistro
5150 East Main Streethttp://www.stclairwinery.com505-325-0711Our most New York style restaurant with a number of wines from which to choose.
Bernardone's Family Pizza
933 West Main Streethttp://bernardonesfamilypizzeria.com505-325-0303A locally owned family Italian restaurant with much more than just pizza.
400 West Main Streethttp://www.mikasafarmington.com505-327-2255A Japanese restaurant .