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Angel Fire

Angel Fire is located in the Sangre de Cristos mountains on New Mexico Highway 64 between Cimarron and Taos. Outdoor recreational opportunities in Angel Fire include skiing, fishing, hiking, and golfing. The Angel Fire resort is a favorite feature of this exciting community. Visit the Angel Fire Fun website for more information or contact the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce listed below.

Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 547
Angel Fire, NM 87710
(575) 377-6661
(800) 446-8117
www.angelfirechamber.org

Cimarron

Cimarron is nestled against the Sangre de Cristos mountains on New Mexico Highway 64 west of Raton. The village has a colorful history and an active artist community. Dine at the historic St.James Hotel Restaurant and stay in one of the rooms. Some famous guests of the past include Billy the Kid. Visit the Cimarron website for more information or contact the Cimarron Chamber of Commerce below.

Cimarron Chamber of Commerce
104 North Lincoln Avenue
P.O. Box 604
Cimarron, NM 87714
(575) 376-2417
www.cimarronnm.com

Eagle Nest

Eagle Nest is located in the Sangre de Cristos mountains on New Mexico Highway 64 between Cimarron and Angel Fire. Unique shops, restaurants, and lodging facilities welcome visitors. The Eagle Nest Lake provides great swimming, fishing, and boating opportunities. Visit the Eagle Nest website for more information or contact the Eagle Nest Chamber of Commerce below.

Eagle Nest Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 322
Eagle Nest, NM 87718
(575) 377-2420
www.eaglenestchamber.org

Raton Balloon RallyRaton

Raton is located six miles south of the Colorado state line on Interstate 25 and is the largest municipality of Colfax County. Raton is the county seat for Colfax County and has several buildings listed on the Historic Register. The historic Shuler Theater, El Raton movie theater, BNSF depot, and Old Pass Gallery are just a few of the must-see sites in downtown Raton. Visit the Raton website for more information, or contact the Raton Chamber of Commerce below.

Raton Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 1211
100 Clayton Road
Raton, NM 87740
(575) 445-3689
www.raton.info

Maxwell

Maxwell is located between Springer and Raton on I-25. The Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge located a few miles northwest of Maxwell on NM Highway 505 encompasses 3,699 acres of short-grass prairie, playa lakes, woodlots, wetlands, and crop fields. Since 1965 this landscape has been managed for the benefit of wildlife and has provided feeding and resting habitat for migratory birds.

Village of Maxwell
316 Maxwell Avenue
P O Box 356
Maxwell, NM 87728
(575) 375-2752

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Springer is located south of Raton on I-25, and hosts the Luna Community College Springer satellite campus. Springer hosts the Colfax County Fair during the second week of August each year. Springer is located on the Santa Fe Trail and is home to several historic sites of interest, including the former Colfax County Courthouse, which is now a museum and the Brown Hotel.

Springer Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 323
Springer, NM 87740
www.springernm.com