Traveling to Angel Fire during the off season is a great plan for those looking to avoid crowds and enjoy nature. With fluctuating restaurant hours during the between-seasons, we recommend you pack lots of snacks and meals for your trip to the Land of Enchantment.
And if you are worried about Things To Do, don’t be~ We have you covered with our list of local favorite activities below.
Enjoy the Water
April is great for water lovers! As the snow from mountain peaks begins to melt, the rivers flourish. Previously frozen lakes that were havens of ice fishing become kayaker’s delight. One delay you may run into is finding an open rental shop, so plan ahead by bringing your own gear or reserving in advance with locals! Check out the many adventures that can be had on a Kokopelli Packraft. They make inflatable kayaks that weigh in single digits- perfect for the RVer, Vanlifer, and all around traveler.
Explore Natural History
New Mexico is a blend of both historical artifacts & the great outdoors! There is a host of public state recreation like Cimarron Canyon State Park and the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge. For hiking, fishing, and explicit activities, be sure to confirm ahead for any regulations or closures like those during hunting seasons. The Taos Pueblo is an ancient wonder to visit~ step back into a much simpler time and witness what life was like for a Native American tribe of Puebloan people.
Opt outside for a mecca of fresh air and natural beauty in the state of New Mexico. Take a look at these hikes, and add them to your trip list. Ranging from a hike up New Mexico’s tallest peak to a handful of waterfalls nearby, the RV Resort is your primo destination for the base camp of all your outdoor adventures.
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