New Mexico has its share of wonders

LocationCity of Rocks State Park, New Mexico
PhotographerTina Bos

"Fantastic rock formations. We were dry camping, but there are showers at the visitor centre. We met a couple from Alaska who shared our spot with us."

"Very interesting rock formations and a great visitor centre. Dry camping but showers and flush toilets are located in the visitor centre. Camping costs $10 a night. Incredible night sky."

"The Gila Cliff Dwellings in New Mexico - you have to hike up over a mile with lots of stairs but it is so worth the effort once you make it to the dwellings. You can explore inside five natural caves. Dating from the timber used in the caves indicate they were felled 1276 and 1287! It is incredible that many families lived in the small rooms they created so high up in the canyon. The caves are located 44 miles north of Silver City. This town is also worth exploring with its historic old downtown. We visited the caves March 16, 2017."

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