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City of Rocks
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City of Rocks

City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico

City of Rocks State Park is your self proclaimed “sponsor of adventure” and we agree! The entire park clocks in at just one square mile, but what’s inside this tiny little park is huge fun. The park Read more...
City of Rocks State Park is your self proclaimed “sponsor of adventure” and we agree! The entire park clocks in at just one square mile, but what’s inside this tiny little park is huge fun. The park is filled with pinnacles, or giant rock formations, that were formed after a volcanic eruption 34.9 million years ago. Today, these rad, red rocks tower over while you hike or bike through the grid like maze at their base. The park also offers a stunning botanical garden, stargazing, and views of the local wildlife. Be sure to stop by the brand new visitors center and get the best tips from the rangers before setting up camp in their comfy campgrounds. Silver City and Deming are close by for access to more fun. A little park that packs a big punch, we’re sure you’ll be mayor of this city in no time!
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