Whether you’re a family of four or six, there’s plenty to do in Red River, New Mexico. Here are seven things to do a kid- friendly vacation.
1. TheKa’anap campsite is a great way to enjoy fishing, hiking and wild animal viewing.
2. Hike the predominantly used trails of the Tunkish and Little Big Rivers.
3. Boat along the Colorado River and drink Chile Seco (an alcoholic drink made from a mixture of beer and tapaaron).
4. Picnic at Angola’s therapeutic lakes and scarlet trout.
5. Sense the spiritual significance of the Sandia Peak Highway’s sacred ground.
6. Relive the feeling of butterflies’ wings as you skies above.
7. Go on a shopping spree for bargains.
Did you know?… compensating for the chilling winters, the Albuquerque air temperature during the summer is normally around 70 degrees (as opposed to below 40 degrees in the winter).
Enjoy the drives!… The reputation of the Red River Valley as “a great place to have a vacation” is only theirs – enjoyed by families who return year after year.
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Like I said, the Ka’anapolitholith was created by limestone erosion over thousands of years resulting in a fascinating geological blend. You will never tunnel through it, but can instead view it from the surface using a special set of binoculars.
The area is perfect for hiking and there are many mapped trails for you to explore.
A friend of mine who does replacement roof Texas told me about a historical monument, King Solomons Castle, and also Hinterland Ranch which is really cool to see.
oline and Horseshoe Bend are the two scenic falls worth seeing.
Many thousands of people enjoy making homes on the Southern Slopes. Some of the homes are made from kits from kits available from resourceful recycling centers.
One natural attraction is crystal clear pools at the Glenwood Springs and other bodies of water are open to swimmers.
Paragliding in the beautiful mountains is also a unique experience.
mountain spring fed mineral pool is also very popular… views of it are stunning and it’s quite funny to see tourists trying to fly through the waterfalls as fast as they can!
undoubtedly the best part of the Red River Valley is the vibrant community of Santa Fe. A jewel the overlooked by many, it has a lively restaurant and array of activities and events.
Hiking and biking trails are abundant both in and around the park.
If it has always been your dream to fly over the United States you can still do so from many areas as it is part of the National Forest.
However many may also enjoy the Red River flying from anywhere from five to ten miles above sea level. For some this will be all the better as it offers a scenic and awe inspiring view of the valley below.
So there you have it plenty to do and see in the Red River Valley. It is a great place to take your family and your RV after all you are on holiday so you dont want to be too confided to a hotel bed and breakfast or you do want to see much more than the national park.