LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO
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Las Cruces & Southern New Mexico
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CITIES/AREAS SERVED FROM THIS LOCATION
- Las Cruces
- Sunland Park
- Silver City
- Ruidoso Downs
- Santa Teresa
- University Park
- White Sands
- Holloman AFB
- Truth or Consequences
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Sitting on the edge of the Chihuahuan Desert is the historic town of Las Cruces, New Mexico. This flourishing town is home to tens of thousands of people lucky enough to live amidst the varied and picturesque landscape of this part of the nation. Visitors and residents alike are not with a shortage of things to do thanks to the rich tradition and culture of the area.
Geography of Las Cruces
The city of Las Cruces sits approximately 225 miles south of Albuquerque and is not far from El Paso and the Texas – New Mexico border. Its dominant geographic feature is comprised of the Organ Mountains, Robledo Mountains, and Doña Ana Mountains but the area is also home to desert and farmland. In many ways, the city is the geographic center of the Mesilla Valley.
Las Cruces, NM has a population of over 111,000 and as such is the largest city in Doña Ana County. Despite its large population, there is not what most would refer to as a defined central business district. However, there are a number of local businesses located here, with one of the city’s primary employers being the Federal Government thanks to the White Sands Test Facility and Missile Range.
Las Cruces was founded in 1849. Its name is Spanish and means ‘the crosses’ because of the three notable crosses in the town. The city, which was once part of the New Mexico Territory, was ceded to the United States in the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848.
Since that time the city has been impacted by the Sante Fe Railway, New Mexico State University in 1888, and the establishment of the White Sands Missile Range and Test Facility in the mid-1900s. Today it is one of the most visited cities in the state of New Mexico.
Top Las Cruces Tourist Attractions
The city of Las Cruces, NM and the surrounding area is full of natural wonders, museums, educational opportunities and more. Whether you are a resident of New Mexico, are thinking of moving here, or are visiting, there are a number of exciting things to see and do, but here are a few of our favorites:
This former U.S. Army post is just north of Las Cruces in Radium Springs. It was initially established in 1865 in an effort to protect people traveling through the remote Mesilla Valley in that area. The significance and presence of Fort Selden is historical.
Hotel Encanto de Las Cruces
This hotel is popular with the little ones because why wouldn’t it be when it is named after Disney’s latest cinematic smash, Encanto. The adults will love this stunning luxury hotel that is a blend of Mexican Colonial and Spanish influences and is close to a wide variety of landmarks and activities.
Las Cruces Railroad Museum
This small but mighty museum is tucked away inside of a historic Santa Fe Railroad depot. Here visitors can learn more about the history of the railroad in Las Cruces as well as its effect on the city and rest of the state. The museum offers educational lectures as well as enriched programming for children and adults alike.
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum
This museum features informative lectures, interactive exhibits, and more to visitors to connect generations to the story of New Mexico. Daily demonstrations can include wool spinning, sewing, caning, and quilting. All ages will find something to do or learn at this amazing museum.
Old Mesilla Village
Just five miles outside of Las Cruces is Old Mesilla Village, one of the most renowned historical communities in the state. This city has been a part of historic people and places such as the Gadsden Purchase, Civil War, Butterfield Stage Coach Trail, and Billy the Kid’s trial. Enjoy learning about the ghosts and legends of this town, along with opportunities to be entertained while dining and shopping.
Organ Mountains and Desert Peaks National Monument
This monument was established to better protect prehistoric, biologic, geologic, and historic resources of scientific interest. It includes the four primary areas of: Organ Mountains, Desert Peaks, Doña Ana Mountains, and Potrillo Mountains. Both the Doña Ana Mountains and Organ Mountains offer trails perfect for hiking.
Prehistoric Trackways National Monument (PTNM)
This monument houses the footprints of insects, reptiles, and amphibians. Here visitors can find a deposit of Paleozoic Era fossils and 280-million-year-old petrified wood. Visitors young and old will enjoy seeing ancient fossils and discovering more about the creatures of whose footprints they can still see today.
White Sands Missile Range (WSMR)
This range came about after the attack on Pearl Harbor in World War II. The U.S. government and military established what is now called the White Sands Missile Range. The Trinity site on WSMR is where the first atomic bomb was tested in 1945. Be sure to research ahead of time for information about open house dates for Trinity Site as it is typically limited to only a couple of times a year.
White Sands National Park
The area is aptly named from the beautiful and abundant white gypsum sand that covers much of this area. The park protects the world’s largest gypsum dunefield as well as the wildlife and vegetation native to the area. Be sure to check in advance of the operating hours of the park and note that it may be possible for some roads to be closed due to nearby missile testing.
The neighboring communities
Do not stop at the city line when there is still so much to explore. Be sure to visit some of the charming local areas nearby such as Anthony, Chaparral, Deming, Hatch, Holloman AFB, Lordsburg, Ruidoso, Ruidoso Downs, Santa Teresa, Silver City, Sunland Park, Tularosa, Truth or Consequences, University Park, and White Sands.
This thriving city of Las Cruces is full of interesting history, plenty of intrigue, and absolutely stunning geography. Take some time to discover the wonder for yourself.