4728 N Prince St
Clovis, NM 88101
(575) 935-8777


Clovis is a community full of events and people who like to have a rockin' great time! Whether you're looking for family-friendly festivals or fairs, day trips to fabulous surrounding locales, live music and performances, or a variety of cultural experiences, Clovis is the place to be!

Hillcrest Park Zoo

1208 N. Norris Street Clovis, New Mexico 88101

(575) 769-7873


Providing Family Fun Since the 1930s

Hillcrest Park Zoo is a zoological park located within Hillcrest Park. We have been in operation since the 1930s, and in this particular location since the 1950s. Our park is located amongst the Hillcrest Splash Pad, Sunken Gardens, soccer fields and several pieces of playground equipment.

Our park provides a wholesome, educational and unique experience for both children and adults – making it perfect for a family outing. We are proud to be a favorite New Mexico attraction and offer visitors the chance to see many different wild animals including Bengal tigers, giraffes, reptiles, primates and more.

Norman & Vi Petty Rock & Roll

105 E Grand Ave, Clovis, NM 88101 Phone: (575) 763-3435

Petty and his wife Vi founded the Norman Petty Trio, along with guitarist Jack Vaughn. They landed a recording contract and were voted Most Promising Group of 1954 by Cashbox Magazine. In 1956, their major hit " Mood Indigo " had sold a half million copies and enabled Norman to expand his recording studio considerably. In 1957, their song "Almost Paradise" hit #18 and Norman won his first BMI writers award.

Clovis Depot Model Train Museum Museum

221 W 1st St, Clovis, NM 88101 Phone: (575) 762-0066

Blackwater Draw Museum Museum

Located in: Eastern New Mexico University Parking Lot

Portales, NM 88130 Phone: (575) 562-2202

The Blackwater Draw site is one of the most well known and significant sites in North American archaeology. The importance of Blackwater Draw was first recognized in 1929 by Ridgely Whiteman of Clovis, New Mexico. The Blackwater Locality No. 1 Site (located within Blackwater Draw near Portales, New Mexico) is one of the most well-known and significant sites in North American archaeology. Early investigations at Blackwater Draw recovered evidence of a human occupation in association with Late Pleistocene fauna, including Columbian mammoth, camel, horse, bison, sabertooth cat and dire wolf.

Since its discovery, the Blackwater Locality No. 1 Site has been a focal point for scientific investigations by academic institutions and organizations from across the nation. The Carnegie Institute, Smithsonian Institution, Academy of Natural Sciences, National Science Foundation, United States National Museum, National Geographic Society and more than a dozen major universities either have funded or participated in research at Blackwater Draw.

Due to its tremendous long-term potential for additional research and to public interest, the site was incorporated into the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. More recently, it was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961.

The Blackwater Draw Museum first opened to the public in 1969 primarily to display artifacts discovered at the Blackwater Locality No. 1 Site. Artifacts and displays describe and interpret life at the site from Clovis times (over 13,000 years ago) through the recent historic period. This museum, owned by Eastern New Mexico University, is under the direction of Mr. George Crawford of ENMU in Portales.

Atomic City Tours by Buffalo Tours

Los Alamos Phone: (505) 662-3965

Van tours rich in history, archaeology, and geology.

Story of New Mexico

1634 University Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106 Phone:505-277-0563

Get to know New Mexico on a whole new level with Story of New Mexico! Our Travel and Lecture Series Programs are designed to allow for participants to engage in New Mexican culture, history and physical beauty while adding new chapters of excitement to their own personal life story. For decades New Mexico has enchanted tourists and locals alike with its stunning geology, rich heritage and culture, culinary delights and complex history. We invite you to join in the wonder!

Capitan Train Depot

Smokey Bear Boulevard
Capitan, NM 88316 Region: SouthEast Phone: (575) 354-3232

The Capitan Train Depot was first built as a part of the El Paso and Northeastern Railroad in 1899 or 1900. The original location was at Coalora, about 1 ½ miles west of Capitan as a depot to handle the growing needs of a coal field which eventually was run by the Phelps- Dodge Corporation.
The coal field was closed about 1905 and in 1906 the depot was moved to its present location in Capitan. The rail line was extended to Capitan and the depot served as a terminal for freight and passengers until the 1940's.

Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

Dripping Springs Road
Las Cruces, NM 88011 Phone: 575-525-4300

The Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument was established on May 21, 2014. The Bureau of Land Management administers many recreational opportunities in the monument.

Aguirre Spring Campground is at the base of the spectacular cliffs and overlooks the Tularosa Basin. The 4-mile Pine Tree Trail begins and ends at the campground. The picnic and camp sites have shelters and shade trees. $5/vehicle, $15/ bus, $7/campsite, $50/group site.

New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum

City: Las Cruces Phone: (575) 522-4100

The New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum is 47 acres packed with real stories about real people. The interactive museum has welcomed visitors from all over the world and brings to life the 3,000-year history of farming and ranching in New Mexico through demonstrations, animals and exhibits.

Southwest Expeditions LLC.

City: Mesilla Phone: (575) 993-1158

Come with us on a fun filled Adventure tour, Cultural or Nature Heritage tour throughout the beautiful Southwest! Enchantingly Fun!

Three Rivers Petroglyph Site

City: Tularosa Phone: (575) 525-4300

More than 21,000 petroglyphs (rock carvings) of animals, plants, and geometric designs can be found at the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site. The area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management.

Santa Fe Mountain Adventures

City: Santa Fe Phone: (505) 988-4000

Santa Fe Mountain Adventures offers exceptional destination management and customized vacation experiences for groups and families. For event and travel planners, our turn-key offerings make it easy for you with transportation, themed events and full-service activities.

Aztec Ruins National Monument

City: Aztec Phone: (505) 334-6174

Aztec Ruins National Monument preserves spectacular architectural remains of the ancestral Pueblo people, including a 400 room Great House. Aztec is home to the only reconstructed Great Kiva in the world. The Monument has a video, museum, ranger programs, and a half-mile self-guided trail.

Four Corners Monument

City: Farmington Phone: (928) 871-6647

The Four Corners Monument, also known as Four Corners Tribal Park, is the only landmark in the United States where four states intersect. A must stop photo spot for visitors to New Mexico and the Southwest!

Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument

City: Las Cruces Phone: (575) 525-4300

The Organ Mountains - Desert Peaks National Monument is located in several rugged mountain ranges in southern New Mexico, near the city of Las Cruces. The Bureau of Land Management administers many recreational opportunities in the monument.

Old Town Albuquerque

City: Albuquerque

Stroll the Plaza, dine at our many restaurants, stay at our hotels and B&B's, visit our museums, take a guided tour or shop at over 150 stores and galleries for unique gifts from the Southwest and around the world.

Fort Bayard National Historic Landmark

City: Fort Bayard Phone: (575) 388-4477

Built in 1866 for protect both miners and ranchers, it is the home of gorgeous 100 year old homes and a monument to the Buffalo Soldiers. It is AMAZING!

El Camino Real International Heritage Museum

City: San Antonio Phone: (575) 854-3600

El Camino Real, a north-south route once forged for trade between Meso and Native Americans, changed the western world long before anyone came from the east over the Santa Fe, Oregon or California trails. It was the most significant early trail in North America for a century and the longest.

Belen Harvey House Museum

City: Belen Phone: (505) 861-0581

Built in 1910 to feed travelers on the Santa Fe Railroad, the historic Harvey House looks much the same now as it did back then. Fred Harvey and the Harvey Girls, railroads and history of Belen and the Rio Abajo make up the museum's collection. It is free and open Tuesday through Sunday afternoons.

Roosevelt County Natural History Museum

City: Portales Phone: (575) 562-2753

The Natural History Museum is affiliated with the Department of Biology at Eastern New Mexico University. The purpose of the museum is to promote understanding of the diversity of life, emphasizing the natural heritage of eastern New Mexico and the greater Southwest.

Historic Aztec Self-Guided Walking Tour

City: Aztec Phone: (505) 334-9829

Starting with Aztec Ruins National Monument, the tour takes you to the heart of Aztec's Historic Downtown, then to homes, churches and irrigation ditches built by early settlers. Much of the tour focuses on historic structures built in the early 1900s.

Jemez State Monument

City: Jemez Springs Phone: (575) 829-3530

The Jemez State Monument Heritage Area has the stone ruins of a 500 year old Indian village, the remains of a 17th century Catholic mission, and a series of interpretive trails to guide visitors through what survives of the mystical and sophisticated Pueblo of Giusewa.
















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