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Is Bigfoot in Red River?

  Do you believe in Bigfoot or are you like many who think they are only a figment of someone’s active imagination? If they do exist, could it be that this elusive creature has been hiding from researchers and media all this time up in Red River, New Mexico? Who would have thought so, but many locals claim to have, over the years, had run-ins with the big guy! Yes, you read that right. Area resident and author, Todd Michael, was surprised to have many locals suddenly open up to him regarding their own encounters and sightings. Some of these date back to the 1990s and a few are...

More Music to Come

  Red River has just received word that our collaborative effort between the Town, Chamber, and Ski Area has been awarded $10,000 in grant funding from the tourism department to advertise our music scene, music programs, music events, and music history in the San Antonio and Austin markets this summer. This is a matching grant so we’ll have $20,000 total to further develop Red River’s image as a destination for music lovers. In addition, the Enchanted Circle Marketing Co-op (which the Town and Chamber are members) has received $10,000 to promote the Enchanted Circle in the Midland/Odessa market (also a $20,000 total campaign). It’s a great opportunity for the...

Rio Grande Scenic Railroad

  A short 70-mile drive into Colorado will take you to the Rio Grande Scenic Railroad, which offers a trip in a genuine time machine. Steam or diesel locomotive Concert Trains, with cowboy singer Fred Hargrove entertaining passengers, take you through La Veta Pass at over 9,000 feet, then to the little Front Range community of La Veta. Ride in the City of New Orleans train car where Steve Goodman wrote the #1 train song of all time. Concerts with recording artists like Ricky Skaggs, Michael Martin Murphey and John McEuen are held throughout the summer on the outdoor stage on the pass. Perfect for all...

Taos Pueblo

  Just one-half hour from Red River at 120 Veterans Highway, off of the road into Taos, is a must-see landmark: The Taos Pueblo. Designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark, the multi-storied adobe buildings have been occupied for over 1000 years! About 150 people live in the pueblo itself, with around 1900 tribe members living in more modern homes outside the old walls, but still on Taos Pueblo land. While usually open to the public, the Pueblo is a real community and not a theme park, although there is a fee to enter. When visiting, please be respectful of the people who...

Black Mountain Playhouse

  If you’re looking for some fun, or trying to keep the young ones amused, the Black Mountain Playhouse has a variety of video games and arcade machines. roller skating, indoor/outdoor putt-putt golf, pool tables, foosball, air-hockey and darts, plus five big screen TVs. Snacks are available and the Black Diamond Restaurant is next door if you’d like food or an adult beverage while the kids are...

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