Boys of Summer in ABQ

The Albuquerque Isotopes, (named from an episode of TV's The Simpsons), play Baseball from April through Labor Day at Isotopes Park -- universally regarded as among the best AAA ballparks in the nation. This is great family fun for all.

Albuquerque Loves Football and Basketball

Fall and Winter sports include NBADL league Thunderbirds games at Tingley Coliseum and New Mexico University's Lobos basketball games (both men and women games are fun and exciting to attend) at the national renowned "Pit." Right across from the Pit on University Blvd, you will find the New Mexico Lobo Football Stadium and cheering crowds on even the coldest Saturdays in the Fall.


Rio Rancho offers exciting Hockey from the New Mexico Scorpions at the Santa Anna Star Center just north of Albuquerque. Come on and cheer on the Scorpions. Always exciting.

Got Golf?

Along with great city courses and the University of NM Championship course, the Indian casino complexes also have some of the most beautiful golf courses in the state. Santa Ana's Twin Warriors is ranked in the top 50 courses in the U.S. On the east side of the Sandia Mountains  just 20 minutes from Albuquerque you will find the world class Paa-KoRidge - a very distinctive mountain course that will even challenge the pros. Paa-Ko is a 27 hole Championship Course with the only 5 Star rating in the Southwest.