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Community House Fun

  If you are new in town or are not familiar with the history of the Red River Community House, you should know that it has served the community of Red River in a grand manner, fulfilling the promise carried by its name which was chosen in 1940 when the idea of a central meeting place was born. There’s a bulletin board on the wall by the heavy wooden door on the front of the Red River Community House. It’s a good place to find out times and details of activities and events which are planned for the week at the classic big log building on Main Street, Red...

Walk with a Ranger

  Walk With A Ranger is a mountaintop hike lasting up to an hour and a half in length with a National Forest Service Ranger and volunteers who will point out the beautiful historic and geologic landmarks to be seen from the top of the mountain at an elevation of 10,350. Rangers will teach guests about the rich environmental diversity and the animals that share the...

OHVs Are Here to Stay

    The summertime is an exciting season for our Red River guests. Of the many things to do in Red River, off-road adventuring is always one of the biggest attractions. Here is some helpful information about a few of our most popular ATV trails. Goose Lake is a gorgeous high elevation paradise where you can access some of the more advanced hiking trailheads this area has to offer. This is a moderate to advanced ATV trail that offers some spectacular views. The trail is very narrow at times, so keep a constant watch for oncoming traffic. The trailhead is located half a mile down Highway 578 on the...

Horses Part of Red River

    There were two forms of transportation into the Red River Valley of Northern New Mexico in the late 1800s. The most common was on foot. The trails leading into the area were originally created by wildlife. Deer trails usually provided a simple and reasonable way down the mountain, although they were not always direct. While some of those paths were steep and could offer a challenge to humans, they provided necessary access to and from the valley. There was also the equine option. While automobiles had been invented, they had not changed the American landscape before the turn of the century that saw the establishment of Red...

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