1901 East Broadway
Farmington, NM 87401
Phone: (505) 325-3700
Fax: (505) 325-8300
Overlooking the Animas River, the Berg Park and Animas Park maybe two different entities but are considered as one property. Berg Park has a huge plaza, a playground, pavilion, picnic areas, barbecue pits and an interactive water element while the Animas Park includes the Riverside Nature Center, the All Veterans Memorial Plaza, Herb and Xeriscape Gardens, the Harvest Grove Barn and Orchard, and a white water park. Both these parks have woodland and riverside trails. They offer recreational sport facilities like jogging, biking, hiking, rafting and horseback riding. They are also ideal for nature watching. They are also popular spots for community events such as the Riverfest and Four Corners Storytelling Festival.
Farmington Aquatic Center is a massive facility offering number of activities for the entire family. They have leisure as well as sports pools for adults and kids, and the water slides add a fun element to your watery adventure.
Though it is a skate park, the Brookside Park/Skate Park has tennis courts, play area and a walking track where everyone can part take in some physical activity. The skate park at Brookside Park/Skate Park is quite impressive and is a wonderful place to flaunt your skills.
Bowlero Lanes welcomes you with your entire family for a fun bowling session. The atmosphere is lively and the alley also features daily events and specials.
Explored by several locals and travellers alike, the beauty of the Pinon Hills Golf is sure to beckon you in. The course boasts of rolling hills and a wonderful terrain which is a treat for any golfer.
The San Juan College was established in 1956, and initially known as New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts. At this time, part-time teachers used to take class every evening but how things have changed since then! This college is now one of the most prestigious institutions that welcomes students from across the world with its courses, diplomas and an outstanding faculty. Athletics and extra-curricular activities are also encouraged whole-heartedly along with social responsibility.
San Juan Wildlife Federation works tireless towards conserving natural resources and promotes environmental development. The federation is busy all year round and their gun shows are quite popular in the city.
Lions Wilderness Amphitheater is a vibrant event venue during summers. Professional and local artists get an opportunity to present their musicals or dramas against a scenic backdrop.
With impressive slot machines, a fun ambiance and friendly staff, the SunRay Park & Casino makes every visit a memorable fun. The place also serves food and drinks, and its banquet hall can be rented out for a variety of occasions.
San Juan Country Club is a spectacular golf course perfect for professionals as well as beginners. The impressive facility of San Juan Country Club is also extended for private events and makes a wonderful venue for a grand wedding.
If archeology and history interests you then you must visit the Salmon Ruins. Here, you can check out the historic house that was built in 1088 CE.
Situated in the vicinity of the Aztec Museum, the Pioneer Village is a coming together of 12 archaic edifices to recreate a typical 20th-century setting. The 12 buildings resting inside the village include the old jail, a tinsmith and print shop, a blacksmith and carpentry shop, citizens bank, railroad caboose, log cabin, the Village church, post office, Magistrate's office, doctor's office, school house and the farm house. In each and every building, there is a treasure house of impressive historical items that transpose you to the bygone era. The Pioneer Village, with its rustic setting, serves as an excellent event space for private functions and weddings. Check website for details.