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Caballo Lake State Park Visitor Center

Caballo Lake State Park Opens a New Visitor Center

Caballo Lake State Park dedicated its beautiful new state-of-the-art solar-powered Visitor Center on December 11, 2021.

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beautiful tom turkeys with splayed feathers

Thanksgiving Feasts 2021

Thanksgiving is upon us – here’s where to find traditional and not-so traditional turkey feasts.

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Halloween weekend activities

Halloween Weekend in Spooky Sierra County

Wondering what to do if you’re in Sierra County for the Halloween weekend? Here are some ideas.

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tent camping at Elephant Butte Lake State Park

Beach Camping is Back

Reservations for camping on the beach are available at all of Sierra County’s State Parks.

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snow in Kingston NM 2021 February

February Snow in Kingston

Thanks to Skip “The Barber“ Bennett for these beautiful photos, all shot near Kingston, of the Black Range Mountains after the big snow of Valentine’s Day 2021.

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a bottle opener - because our restaurants are open-er

Events are Streaming & Restaurants are “Opener”

Pickamania weekend is September 11-13 and will be streamed on Facebook. And local restaurants are open-er.

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2020: The Long Strange Trip

One day we will gather, walk around freely (unmasked!), and maybe even hug again, and we’ll probably appreciate those activities so much more, having lived through this very strange 2020.

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hiking path at Elephant Butte Lake, New Mexico

Hiking at Elephant Butte’s West Lakeshore Trail

West Lakeshore Trail, 5 miles from Truth or Consequences, hugs the western shoreline of Elephant Butte Lake, spanning a 12-mile stretch of scenic desert landscape.

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New Mexico True TV in T or C

New Mexico True TV Visits T-or-C and Chloride

Truth or Consequences New Mexico and the nearby historic mining town of Chloride receive the New Mexico True Television treatment.

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First Day Hike on Elephant Butte Dam - January 1, 2014

First Day Hike at Luchini Trail and Elephant Butte Dam

New Years Day hikes at Elephant Butte Lake – one at Luchini Nature Trail, the other on the historic Elephant Butte Dam which has been closed to traffic since September 11, 2001.

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video: Elephant Butte Water Activities

Lots to Do at Elephant Butte Lake

Boat, float, swim, splash, fish, sunbathe, build a sand castle, relax.

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Sierra County Recreation and Tourism
301 S. Foch, Truth or Consequences NM
Director@SierraCountyNewMexico.info
575-894-1968

New Mexico Tourism
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