Red River Visitor Guide

guide to fun

REDRIVER.ORG

SUMMER & FALL During Summer and Fall in Red River, you won’t find many people spending days inside. The allure of cool mountain temperatures, pine-scented air, blue skies and sunshine, colorful fall foliage – not to mention abundant activities – is too tempting to resist. Visitors to Red River participate in a healthy lifestyle that has remained virtually unchanged for a century and strengthens people’s connection to the beauty of our natural surroundings. Visit Red River during summer and fall and you’ll always find something meaningful to do – whether it’s seeing a concert, going on a hike, renting an OHV, or just sitting on a Main Street bench taking it all in.

ACTIVITIES The Town of Red River is landlocked within a 1.5-million-acre national forest that puts the splendor of Mother Nature at every doorstep. The only real growth and development you’ll see are trees and wildlife. The great outdoors is, without question, Red River’s main attraction and why people love visiting our old silver mining town. Of course, there is one notable difference about present-day Red River: Today we offer countless modern-day activities and amenities that let visitors experience the surrounding mountains and forests in ways our ancestors wouldn’t believe.

OHV (OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES) Okay, driving an OHV never gets dull, especially when the rocky trails lead you to some of the most scenic and secluded vistas and lakes in northern New Mexico. For those with grit in their hearts and who don’t mind a little grit in their teeth, OHVs offer perfect off-the-beaten-path adventures the whole family can enjoy.

Visit redriver.org for rentals and off-road trails.

FISHING Red River was named after the river that flows right through town. Yes, we have fishing and long stretches of it. Red River’s many riffles and pools are within casting distance of Main Street and catches of the day can be caught right from the shore. The river is easy to access and stocked generously throughout the year. There are many other rivers and lakes nearby, too, for satisfying day trips. Our guide services are happy to take you out to some of our favorite spots and hook you into a wonderful experience. For Kids Open shorelines, easy casting, walkable from virtually anywhere in town, fishing supplies stores; Red River is great for young fishers and for seasoned anglers who are still kids at heart. For Anglers You didn’t bring all your angling gear to sit and swap stories with kids in the park. For experienced fly fishers, hire a local guide to take you to more remote fishing waters. They can put you onto wilder trout and corroborate (wink wink) your remarkable fish stories.

HIKING A Red River hike is breathtaking for two reasons: our town’s high elevation and the spectacular scenery. Bring plenty of water, take plenty of pictures and experience one peaceful trail after another through the protected wilderness around town. Spotting wildlife – mule deer, elk, black bear, bighorn sheep – is almost a guarantee. We have an extensive trail system for all levels of hikers, including short hikes, longer day hikes and hikes for peak baggers.

Visit redriver.org for a detailed and printable list of trails.

HORSEBACK RIDING Horseback guided tours will elevate your appreciation for Red River’s spectacular scenery and offer majestic ways to travel through our mountain passes and prairies. Each horse gives you a 360 ° view of your surroundings. You’ll have a front-saddle view of all the smiles in your posse. Drift away as you get carried up through meandering switchbacks and pass by unobstructed mountain vistas. Come stir up some dust (or some snow). Give your backside an old-fashioned ride. RED RIVER SKI AND SUMMER AREA During summer and fall, our ski area is knee deep in fresh park activities. Spend a summer day here and never do the same thing twice. We have zip lines, tubing, and an aerial park for adrenaline junkies. We have hiking, mountain biking, and disc golf for outdoor lovers. And if you simply want a more laid-back experience, ride the chairlift to the top, order a beverage and watch a mountaintop concert. There isn’t a bad way to spend the day up here. Visit redriver.org for summer activities.

WHAT TO WEAR (BESIDES A SMILE ON YOUR FACE)

Remember, Red River is a high-altitude mountain town and behaves as such. Sunny days can turn into a stampede of rain clouds. Warm temperatures can drop down to shivers. Be prepared. Wear layers, sunscreen, protective hats and sunglasses, and comfortable walking shoes. Let people know what you’re doing and where you’re going. And remember to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! (We mean water, folks.) This goes for all our town activities.

MUSIC & EVENTS Admittedly, Red River is more extroverted than the average mountain town. Nothing fills our hearts like the sight of Main Street overflowing with music, festivities and crowds having a grand old time. Red River hosts a long list of popular summer and fall concerts and events that have become recurring staples for those in the know. And now you’re in the know. When you seek good tunes, good food, good times, and a good weekend getaway, Red River is the quaint mountain town that attracts people from all around.

MUSIC AND EVENTS LISTING Visit redriver.org to view upcoming concert and event details.

Red River Songwriters’ Festival Just Desserts

FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY/MARCH

Mardi Gras in the Mountains

MAY

Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally

Red River Car Show Art & Wine Festival

JUNE

4th of July Enchanted Forest Trail Races

JULY

Southwest Pickers Bluegrass Festival (canceled for 2022) 8750’ Music & BBQ Festival Enchanted Circle Bike Tour

AUGUST

Labor Day Motherlode Music Fest & Miner’s Market

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

Oktoberfest

NOVEMBER

Switch on the Holidays

DECEMBER

Old-Fashioned New Year’s Eve Party

Chuckwagon Dinners Michael Martin Murphey

Bobcat Pass Motherlode Bull O’ The Woods Red River Brewing Co & Distillery

NIGHTLY MUSIC

WINTER Sparkly white snow blanketing the storefronts, holiday lights, fire pits, beanies on heads and hot chocolate in hands; the slow meandering of life in a small town – winter in Red River is what all winters should be. Our town turns up the charm in winter, and the welcome addition of snow opens up a whole new world of reasons to visit such as skiing and snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowcat tours, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, tubing, and sledding. Of course, it’s okay to relax, too, maybe stroll Main Street, shop, grab a meal, catch up with the group at Après ski, and inhale the deeply revitalizing qualities of our clean mountain air. Getting away is the real reason to visit.

RED RIVER SKI & SUMMER AREA - WINTER In case you didn’t know, Red River has quite the ski town reputation. That’s not us just saying it. Recently, Red River was voted Best Ski Town by USA Today . While we love Mother Nature, our mountain doesn’t need her. Our snowmaking machines can cover 85% of our runs, ensuring the reliable delivery of joyous winter conditions for skiers and snowboarders. We have steep runs, bumps, groomed runs, a terrain park, and an almost surreal Enchanted Forest in an Aspen grove. Enjoy tubing, sledding and Après ski at the end of the day. Our unpretentious town is the backdrop. Rentals and lessons available.

SNOWMOBILING AND SNOWCAT TOURS Throw on your helmet and goggles, press the throttle and let the world become a blur. Snowmobile and snowcat tours tours take you to out-of-the-way places where autos can’t even go. These trips are adrenaline-inducing to say the least and offer 360 ° views of the area. You will be scheduling your next snowmobiling trip before you return.

TORCHLIGHT PARADE AND FIREWORKS After the sun drops, our slopes are lit by the Torchlight Parade and Fireworks every Saturday night. This colorful celebration is a Red River tradition and family favorite.

DAY TRIPS - THE ENCHANTED CIRCLE Town of Red River is part of the Enchanted Circle, an 84-mile scenic byway that circles Wheeler Peak, the highest peak in New Mexico. This beautiful drive not only puts you in touch with New Mexico’s natural geological formations but takes you through historic towns and points of interest. DAY TRIPS - NEARBY TOWNS Northern New Mexico has many unique towns in the vicinity of Red River. If you are looking for something to do outside of our town, we recommend a day trip to one of our neighbors. The views from the highway alone are worth the adventure. Check out popular day trips at redriver.org.

THREE PERFECT DAYS We could have stopped at one perfect day but that would have left out so many fun things to do. So, we went for three days with a balanced trip that raises your heart rate and then lowers it again. For such a small Town, Red River has all you need for a fulfilling vacation. Here is a sample itinerary of a multi-day trip we created and would love to go on.

EXPLORATION: The majority of Red River’s many retail stores, hotels and restaurants are located on Main Street, a mile-long stretch of road that puts its ends within easy reach of each other. Inhale air that is clean and crisp, and filtered through a million-acre pine forest. The delicious breeze nudges you from one friendly hello to the next, past local boutiques and restaurants and plenty of places to pick up new memories. Along Main Street you will find coffee shops, ice cream and candy shops, restaurants, and breweries. Get your bearings and get ready for an exciting day two. IMMERSION: Red River’s protected wilderness is unquestionably the main attraction of the town. Red River offers many exhilarating ways to see it. Go on a horseback ride over a mountain pass. Rent an OHV (off- highway vehicle) or snowmobile with the family. Power along a narrow dirt road to a secluded lake. Picnic lakeside, just you and the hungry trout. Go snowshoeing. Have your camera ready. You will see wildlife such as mule deer, elk, brown bear, and bighorn sheep – the town’s other full-time residents. ACTIVITY: Summer hikes are popular along the many trails crisscrossing Red River Ski & Summer Area. If you make it to the top, you’ll be rewarded with lunch and a cold beverage on the deck of our mountain lodge, and perhaps some live music to go along with them. Other fun excursions include an outdoor obstacle course, tubing, and go cart racing. During winter, we recommend skiing and snowboarding. All our family- friendly activities can be accessed from Main Street and are designed to create new stories your family will talk about for years.

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Abundant fur-bearing game attracted trappers to the area

1800s

Prospectors followed the trappers, spurred on by the Elizabethtown gold rush and construction of the Big Ditch.

1860s

The first area land was homesteaded by Ed Westoby and the three Mallette brothers, Orin, George, and Sylvester.

LATE 1800s

Red River’s population soared in the 1890s with “get-rich-quick” fever. The good and bad moved in by the hundreds, including the dreaded Black Jack Ketchum who took time out from robbing to charm the ladies at area dances. The first log schoolhouse was built. Mrs. Ida Phipps was the teacher. The original structure burned in 1915 and was replaced by the Red School House, which still stands and now houses the museum. Red River’s population reached 3,000 and had 15 saloons, four hotels, two newspapers, a barbershop, a hospital, a sawmill, and an active red- light district. Turn of the century mining failures caused Red River to become a ghost town that flickered back to life when mining was reactivated. Gold, silver, and copper mines operated in the Red River area until 1925. Most were located in Bitter Creek, Goose Creek, Pioneer, Mallette, and upper Red River Canyons. Molybdenum was discovered in the lower Red River canyon. The mineral’s importance as a hardening and strengthening agent in the manufacturing of steel was proven after World War I.

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HISTORY You can see the remains of gold, silver and copper mines, and compounds throughout Red River. Mining runs in our blood and still has a big claim in our town’s history. People rush here today for many other reasons obviously, but the rush to get rich is how we began.

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1921-22

The first “moly” mill was built. In 2011, the mine was declared a Superfund site and current owner Chevron Mining Inc. closed it in 2014.

1920s – 1930

Red River was designated “mountain play-ground” by tourists escaping the dust bowl.

1928

Jack Munden built tourist cabins on the site of the present-day Riverside Lodge. The Pioneer Camp site once held cabins built by Will Johnson.

1930

A grocery store and gas pump were built. At the same time, Mr. Clapper’s rental units at the Grandview location were built. Horace Johnson put in a grocery store across from the Miners’ Hospital. Red River’s excellent climate, beautiful scenery, and varied activities – skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, horseback riding, square dancing, sightseeing, etc. – assure the growth and continuation of Red River’s exciting history.

1930 – PRESENT

SHOPPING & DINING Red River has numerous retail and dining options, enough to fill empty shopping bags and empty stomachs. Most of the Town’s shopping and dining establishments are conveniently located on Main Street, easily accessible by auto or by foot.

SHOPPING

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

All Seasons Sports

600 W Main Street

575-754-2308

allseasonsrrnm.com

Artistic Funk

600 W Main Street

575-770-9422

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Here is a list of Red River businesses and how you can find them.

Bear Xing

600 E Main Street

575-754-1739

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Bighorn Sports & Rentals

220 E Main Street

575-754-2721

bighornsports.us

Bobcat (The)

514 E Main Street

575-754-6113

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Candy Crate of Red River, LLC (The)

300 W Main Street

575-754-2925

candymountainfudge.com

Climates

307 E Main Street

575-754-1756

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Der Markt Food Store

307 W Main Street

575-754-2974

dermarktfoodstore.com

Elevation 8750

201 W Main Street

575-754-6180

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Frye's Old Town/Jewelry Lady

100 W Main Street

575-754-3028

jewelryladyredriver.com

Gold Nugget

108 W Main Street

575-754-2785

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J Griffin Co/The Westend

508 W Main Street

575-754-6348

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Li'l Willie's Shenanigans

325 W Main Street

575-754-1719

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Main Street Mercantile

301 W Main Street

575-754-3105

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Old Barrel Tea Company

201 W Main Street

575-999-6450

oldbarreltea.com

Red River Trading Co.

200 E Main Street

575-754-6413

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Sitzmark Sports

416 W Main Street

575-754-2525

sitzmarksports.com

Spirit of the Mountain

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575-754-2320

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Starr Trading Post & Starr Angler Fly Shop

300 E Main Street

575-754-2320

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Taos Mountain Outfitters Red River

121 E Main Street

575-754-1742

taosmountainoutfitters.com

The Oxygen Shoppe

417 W Main Street Suite 105

575-779-5016

theoxygenshoppe.com

The Spruce

316 E Main Street

817-201-6586

spruceredriver.com

Valley and Sky

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205-516-2975

valleyandsky.com

Wild Bill's Ski & Snowboard

325 W Main Street

575-754-2428

wildbillsski.com

Williams Trading Post & Hardware

306 E High Street

575-754-2217

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DINING

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

A&B Automotive

113 S Bunkerhill Trail

575-754-2433

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Bearly Awake Coffee Co

604 E Main Street

575-252-3000

A&B Self Storage

304 W River Street

575-754-2433

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bearlyawakecoffeeandadventures.com

Brett's Bistro

201 W Main Street

575-754-9959

facebook.com/Brettsbistro1

Aspen Tax & Accounting

300 W Main Street

575-770-5363

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Bull O' The Woods Saloon

401 E Main Street

575-224-2897

bullothewoods.com

Bakery Bowkayes & Beyond

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575-779-1602

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Capos Corner

110 Pioneer Road

575-754-6297

caposredriver.com

Entrepreneur's Source

515 E Main Street

575-754-6164

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Dairy Bar

417 E Main Street

575-754-9969

dairybaronline.com

C S Studios

517 W Main Street

575-770-3760

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Koffee House

325 W Main Street

575-754-2428

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Calhoun Real Estate

301 W Main Street

575-754-2953

calhounrealestate.com

Lift House Grill

200 Pioneer Road

575-223-0400

grillatthelifthouse.com

Casali Electric

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575-770-4325

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300 W Main Street, Suite B

575-377-2321

chisumgroup.com

Madam’s Lounge & Theatre

417 W Main Street

575-776-4874

mvacationproperties.com/madams

Chisum Realty Group, a Keller Williams Company

Clay Robertson, PC

307 E River Street

575-770-8524

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Main Street Pizzeria

320 E Main Street

575-754-6334

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Erik's Workshop Inc

417 E High Street

575-754-6219

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Motherlode Saloon (The)

406 E Main Street

575-754-6280

themotherlodesaloon.com

Free Rides Handyman Services

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575-770-3287

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Noisy Water Winery

518 E Main Street

575-754-9957

noisywaterwinery.com

G&A Tactical

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575-776-4231

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Old Tymers Café

210 E Main Street

575-754-2951

facebook.com/oldtymerscafe

HCE

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575-224-4427

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Red River Brewing Company & Distillery

217 W Main Street

575-754-4422

redriverbrewing.com

Hillcrest Bank

121 E Main Street Unit D

575-737-3790

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Texas Reds Steakhouse

400 E Main Street

575-754-6280

texasredssteakhouse.com

JJ's Ride Share of Red River

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580-318-1392

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Sheehan Winery

417 W Main Street Suite 106

915-540-1032

sheehanwinery.com

JonnieKakes

400 W Main Street

505-977-3558

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Shotgun Willies

403 W Main Street

575-754-6505

shotgunwilliescafe.com

Kiker Construction

1501 W Main Street

575-770-0644

kikerconstruction.com

Steam Coffee Co.

400 W Main Street

575-754-4200

steamcoffeeco.com

KWK Events

417 W Main Street, Suite 108

575-595-1971

kwkevents.com

Sundance Restaurant

401 E High Street

575-754-2971

sundancerestaurantnm.com

facebook.com/T-Bucks-Red- River-1937990713186852

Lockwood Carpentry

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575-779-6816

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T-Bucks

601 W Main Street

575-252-3351

Vine+Dine

402 W Main Street

575-252-3628

vinedine.club

Lucky Shot Photo Parlor

107 Golden Treasure Trail

575-613-5462

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facebook.com/VüE-Social- Haüs-106998021823941/

VüE Social Haüs

400 W Main Street

575-754-4811

Luke's Landscaping

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214-924-7112

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Yesterday's Diner

612 W Main Street

575-754-6233

theyesterdaysdiner.com

LunchLady Photography

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919-548-0006

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SERVICES

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

Main Street Medical Center

305 Pioneer Road Suite A

575-754-6330

redrivermedicalcare.com

A Taxing Solution

612 W Main Street, Ste 1

575-754-1707

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Middle Fork Consultants

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425-445-4400

middleforkconsultants.com/home

Paws and Claws Animal Training Center

326 Center Court

575-770-1083

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Town of Red River Town Hall

100 E Main Street

575-754-2277

redrivernm.gov

Red Garter Enterprises

300 W Main Street #17

575-770-0126

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Wilson's Woodyard & Tree Service

505-316-6039

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wilsonswoodyard.com

Red River Auto Shop

415 E Main Street

575-754-6585

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LODGING

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

Red River Chamber of Commerce

200 W Main Street, Suite 1A 575-754-2366

redriverchamber.org

4K River Ranch

1501 W Main Street

575-754-2293

4kredriver.com

Alpine Lodge

417 W Main Street

575-754-2952

alpinelodgeredriver.com

Red River Conference & Visitor Center

101 W River Street

575-754-1708

redriver.org

Arrowhead Lodge

405 Pioneer Road

575-754-2256

arrowheadlodge.com

Red River Construction Company

709 W River Street

575-770-8291

redriverconstructionco.com

Aspen Lodge

208/210/214 E High Street

575-754-6114

aspenlodgerr.com

Red River Family Dentistry

612 W Main Street

575-754-2300

taosdentalgroup.com

Aspen Suites

100 Independence Trail

575-754-2252

aspensuitesredriver.com

Red River Fire Department

220 E High Street

575-754-6567

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Auslander Condominiums

303 Pioneer Road

575-754-2311

auslandercondominiums.biz

Red River Miner's Transit

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575-770-5959

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Best Western River's Edge

301 W River Street

575-754-2388

bestwestern.com/en_US.html

Red River Mountain Home Services

1207 Tenderfoot Tr

575-770-5764

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Caribel Condominiums

700 W Claimjumper

575-754-2331

caribelcondos.com

Red River Public Library

702 E Main Street

575-754-6564

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Copper King Lodge

307 E River Street

575-754-6210

copperkinglodge.com

Red River Pumps, Inc.

724 E Main Street

214-478-8884

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Deer Lodge

100 N Gilt Edge Trail

575-754-2961

deerlodgeredriver.com

Red River Storage Units

800 E High Street

575-770-0829

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Edelweiss Condominiums

500 W High Street

575-754-2942

edelweissusa.com

Reed Weimer Media

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215-272-8117

reedweimermedia.com

The Eisenhut

111 Mallette Road

575-754-2326

theeisenhut.com

Sage Mountain

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575-377-5327

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Hotel Ryland

505 E Main Street

575-754-6444

hotelryland.com

SBW Enterprises, LLC

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575-770-0560

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Lifts West Condo Association

201 W Main Street

575-754-2778

liftswest.com

Shepherd Studio / Red River Miner

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575-779-7192

redriverminer.com

Lodge at Red River

400 E Main Street

575-754-6280

texasredssteakhouse.com/rooms

Sherry's Salon

120 Jackstraw Trail

575-779-1739

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Mountain Peak Properties

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575-770-6709

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Sno Way

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575-770-1524

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Mountain View Lodge

1301 E Main Street

832-330-8222

mvlredriver.com

Southern Exposure, Inc.

402 W Main Street

575-754-6495

southernexposurephoto.com

Pioneer Lodge

400 W Main Street

575-366-2020

redriverpioneer.com

Studio 23

200 W Main Street 1A

575-770-0995

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Ponderosa Lodge

200 W Main Street

575-754-6415

reservationsunlimited.com

Studio 516

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575-779-1771

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Red River Real Estate

420 E Main Street

575-754-2459

mvacationproperties.com/rrre

Swan Realty

112 W Main Street

575-613-4243

swanrealtyinc.com

Red River RV Park

100 High Cost Trail

575-754-6187

redriverrvpark.net

Terry's Jeeps Auto's

201 E Main Street

575-770-4171

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Reservations Unlimited

312 W Main Street

575-754-6415

reservationsunlimited.com

Rio Colorado Cabins

515 E Main Street

575-754-2212

Phillip Garrison (Marjorie Garrison - owner)

500 Claim Jumper Street

580-301-0075

riocoloradocabins.com

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Riverside Lodge and Cabins

201 E Main Street

575-754-2252

Running Bear Cabin

117 E River Street

405-245-5070

riversidelodgeandcabins.com

Road Runner RV Resort

1371 E Main Street

575-754-2286

S.T. Cabin

912 Tenderfoot Trail

806-274-0578

roadrunnerrvresort.com

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Sitzmark Sports & Lodging

200 E Main Street

575-754-6413

Steve & Lynn Kauffmann

506 E Main Street #9

505-340-6444

sitzmarksports.com

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Three Bears Lodge

301 E Main Street

575-754-2272

Tres Santas

809 Tenderfoot Trail

303-220-0183

3bearsrr.com

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RECREATION

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

Total Property Management

90 N Independence Trail

830-708-5910

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Valley Condominiums

1000 Tenderfoot Trail

754-2403

Doug's Corner

321 E Main Street

575-754-4444

dougscorner.com

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29 Sangre de Cristo Drive

575-754-6112

enchantedforestxc.com

Woodlands on the River

1301 W Main Street

575-754-2303

woodlandsredriver.com

Enchanted Forest Cross-Country Ski Area

Worldmark by Wyndham

201 E River Street

575-754-3429

Enhanted Off-Road

100 High Cost Trail #31

575-232-9955

enchantedoffroad.com

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RENTALS

ADDRESS

PHONE

WEBSITE

Fagan's Guided Fly Fishing

306 E High Street

575-770-9451

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Bear Pause Lodge

128 W High St #6

806-773-0468

Go Kart City & Pit Stop

317 W Main Street

575-770-0334

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Bray's Bunk House

111 N Caribel Trail

713-828-9220

braysbunkhouse.com

Red River Community House

116 E Main Street

575-754-2349

redrivercommunityhouse.org

C&L Creations Longshot Cabin

720 E High Street

505-350-1241

Red River Mountain Adventures

800-A E Main Street

575-754-6363

redriverohv.com

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Casanita

815 Tenderfoot Trail

575-770-6434

Red River Offroad

500 E Main Street

575-754-6335

redriveroffroad.com

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Elizabeth Iles

923 Tenderfoot Court

210-325-3601

Red River Ski & Summer Area

400 Pioneer Road

575-754-2223

redriverskiarea.com

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Elkhorn Rental Properties

201 S Copper King Trail

575-770-8524

Red River Sled Shed

612 W Main Street

575-754-6370

redriversledshed.com

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Escape to New Mex

1006 E High Street

303-956-4436

Red River Stables

800 E Main Street

575-754-1700

redriverstables.com

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Henson Rental Properties, LLC

310 E Main Street

806-543-7591

The Spa at Laguna Vista

Mobile Unit

575-779-7966

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High Street Hideaway LLC

514 W High Street

760-382-0758

Weezie's Wild Rides

718 E Main Street

575-754-1726

weezieswildrides.com

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James Hiler

128 W High Street #6

303-220-0183

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Golden Nugget Condo Association

1661 E Main Street

505-263-6482

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Hideaway on High

1005 E High Street

405-202-2676

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John Bernardin

111 E River Street

505-699-7128

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KS Tidwell Properties, LLC

608 W High Street

580-512-0405

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Micah's Mountain Cabin

103 E River Street

575-779-0669

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3 Bears Lodge 301 E. Main Street, 575-754-2272 4K River Ranch & Lodging 1501 W. Main Street, 575-754-2293 Alpine Lodge 417 W. Main Street, 575-754-2459 Arrowhead Lodge 405 Pioneer Road, 575-754-2256 Aspen Lodge 208 & 210 E. High Street, 575-754-6114 Auslander Lodge & Condominiums 303 Pioneer Road, 575-754-2311

Deer Lodge 100 N. Gilt Edge Trail, 575-754-2961 Edelweiss Condominiums 500 W. High Street, 575-754-2942 Eisenhut Condominiums 111 Mallette Road, 575-754-2326 Hotel Ryland 505 E. Main Street, 575-754-6444 Lifts West Condominium Hotel 201 W. Main Street, 575-754-2778 Lodge at Red River 400 E. Main Street, 575-754-6280 Pioneer Lodge 400 W. Main Street, 575-366-2020 Ponderosa Lodge 200 W. Main Street, 575-754-6415 Red River Condos 90 N. Independence Trail, 575-737-8462

Red River RV Park 100 High Cost Trail, 575-754-6187 Reservations Unlimited 312 W. Main Street, 575-754-6415 Rio Colorado Cabins 515 E. Main Street, 575-754-2212 Riverside Lodge 201 E. Main Street, 575-754-2252 Mountain View Lodge 1301 E. Main St, 832-330-8222 1301 E Main St, 832-330-8222 Road Runner RV Resort 1371 E. Main Street, 575-754-2286 Sitzmark Sports & Lodging 416 W. Main Street, 575-754-2456 Ski View Condominiums 700 W. Main Street, 575-754-2459

Wild Bill’s Lodging 325 W. Main Street, 575-754-2428 Woodlands on the River 1301 W. Main Street, 575-754-2303 WorldMark Red River 201 E. River Street, 575-754-3429

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31

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12

32

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Mallette Park Forest Road 597

24

4

14

34

12

Red River Nature Trail Pioneer Road Red River Bark Park E. High Street

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25

15

35

6

26

16

36

Best Western River’s Edge 301 W. River Street, 575-754-2388

Brandenburg Park E. Main Street

7

37

27

17

Caribel Condominiums 700 W. Claim Jumper Street, 575-754-2331 Claim Jumper Townhouses 510 W. Claim Jumper Street, 575-754-2459

8

28

18

Tall Pine Resort 1725 NM-578, 575-754-2241

9

19

29

Copper King Lodge 307 E. River Street, 575-754-6210

Red River Real Estate 420 E. Main Street, 575-754-2459

Valley Condominiums 1000 Tenderfoot Trail, 575-754-2403

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20

30

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COLORADO

76

DENVER

KANSAS CITY

GRAND JUNCTION

70

25

70

COLORADO SPRINGS

335

49

550

UTAH

WICHITA

KANSAS

PUEBLO

TELLURIDE

WALSENBURG

ALAMOSA

160

DURANGO

35

285

44

522

412

64

RED RIVER

87

64

412

ARIZONA

TAOS

TULSA

412

285

OKLAHOMA CITY

NAVAJO NATION

87

68

ESPANOLA

AMARILLO

518

FLAGSTAFF

25

SANTA FE

40

40

OKLAHOMA

ALBUQUERQUE

17

27

35

84

287

LUBBOCK

PHOENIX

NEW MEXICO

25

DALLAS

FORT WORTH

TEXAS

87

84

TUCSON

62

349

LAS CRUCES

20

10

By now you’ve realized our passion for the outdoors. We pride ourselves in keeping our town and surrounding areas clean and undisturbed. Please help us by throwing away your trash and cleaning up after yourself. Basically, leave things like you found them, or even better. We certainly appreciate it. Red River’s wildlife does, too. LEAVE NO TRACE

EL PASO

MIDLAND

45

183

19

35

MEXICO

10

AUSTIN

HOUSTON

10

SAN ANTONIO

GETTING TO RED RIVER Red River is a three-hour drive from Albuquerque International Sunport. NEARSET AIRPORTS SAF ABQ COS Flights Now Available Via Taos Air

CITY

MILES DRIVE TIME (HOURS)

SANTA FE

106

2

ALBUQUERQUE

169

3

COLORADO SPRINGS

208

3.5

DENVER

275

4.5

AMARILLO LUBBOCK

278

4.75

361

6

OKLAHOMA CITY

508

8.25

PHOENIX DALLAS

586

9.5

642

10

GPS ADDRESS Main Street, Red River, NM 87558

KANSAS CITY

695

11

AUSTIN

741

12.25

HOUSTON

952

15.5

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