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Very short drive off of Interstate 40, a beautiful spot in the desert. Free to the public, but small fee to scuba dive. You will definitely need to check out the visitor center. During the summer they have small outdoor concerts on the stage. Fishing...More
As fascinating as this landmark is, there isn't a lot to do unless you are prepared to dive into the hole.
The information in the building and the models are very informative.
There is a great deal of data covering the details of the formation....More
We were so tempted to visit Blue Hole since last year. We finally made it to Santa Rosa to see the Blue Hole. Driving from Albuquerque is a little boring as you have to drive in the middle of the desert (basically in the middle...More
Easy to find with sign posts, the Blue Hole has been around for a long time but is currently the playground of divers from all over who come to enjoy the clear water. No divers present the day I was there but the setting if...More
This amazing little artesian spring is right in town and easy to access. We were pleasantly surprised by how few restrictions there are...the risks are clearly stated, but jumping off the low cliff is allowed and an access point is provided. Since its cool weather,...More
Driving in NM can be boring with long stretches of nothing. We stopped to just stretch our legs and get some fresh air. It was a warm day, but not too hot. So we didn't jump in and swim. But we did put our feet...More
It's free, so you can't beat the price! It is a cool little spot, great for just a stop to stretch you legs while traveling or to chill for a while. If you don't dive yourself, you can still enjoy sitting around the hole and...More