Whether you are new to Santa Fe or have lived here your whole life, day trips are always fun. You can have an adventurous day or a relaxing day at the spa, learn about the Taos Pueblos and experience a beautiful oasis with scenic views and sunsets. New Mexico offers a diverse variety of activities, so get out, explore and enjoy! Here are just a few ideas to get you out there...
50 Los Banos Dr
If you are looking for a spa day get away, check out Ojo Caliente. It is far enough that you feel like you are on a getaway vacation but close enough to make it a day trip. Relax and soak in mineral springs that heal the mind and the body.
Only an hour and forty five minutes outside of Santa Fe, Taos is a beautiful oasis and a great place to spend the night and experience the history of the Taos Pueblo, restaurants rafting tours and so much more. Don't feel feel like driving? Take the Blue Bus!
Bandelier National Monument
Over 33,000 acres of canyon mesa, which has been preserved for over 11,000 years. With so many animals to see you can see Mule Deer, squirrels, lizards, bears, birds and so many more animals! A great weekend getaway or adventure for hikes, camps and history!
Located about an hour outside of Santa Fe at the eastern end of the Colorado Plateau this scenic beautiful ranch is filled with history and beauty. With so many tours and trails to explore including a museum spending the day or even half a day at Ghost Ranch will be an ideal way to walk where the dinosaurs once did!
El Rancho de Las Golondrinas
334 Los Pinos Road
A living museum located outside of Santa Fe, this 200 acre farming land opened in 1972. The ideal place to learn about the heritage and culture in the 18th and 19th century. With special events and festivals occurring weekly there is always something to do in Las Golondrinas!
New Mexico Wine & Scenic Tours
The perfect way to spend an afternoon. What can be better than tasting wines while being with friends and family, sit back and relax as you tour multiple wineries.
As the Fall season opens up temperatures are dropping and it is becoming optimal time to fish. So don’t forget to get your license and enjoy nature. If you do choose to hit the Pecos this weekend don't forget to grab some small gold spinners, small emergers, or use live bait like worms or salmon eggs! If you have these few tricks in your tackle box this weekend I'm sure you will net some beautiful trout.
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