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  • Explore Carlsbad | City of Carlsbad Tourism | Carlsbad

    Esta es nuestra historia Community Attractions Outdoor Adventure Water Activities Districts Halagueno Arts Park ​ Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course ​ Bob Forrest Youth Sports Complex ​ Living Desert Zoo & Garden ​ Carlsbad Museum ​ Carlsbad Public Library ​ Carlsbad Miniature Golf ​ Pecos River Flume ​ Carlsbad Pickleball ​ Carlsbad Disc Golf ​ Playground on the Pecos ​ Friendship Park ​ Heritage Park ​ Veterans Memorial Park ​ Beach Volley ball ​ Full List of Parks Guadalupe National Park ​ Guadalupe Ridge Trail ​ Cottonwood Day Use Area ​ La Cueva Bike Trails ​ Guadalupe BackCountry Byway ​ Off Highway Vehicle Use ​ Ocotillo Nature Trail ​ Rattlesnake Springs ​ Carlsbad Caverns National Park Pecos River Recreation Area​ ​ Carlsbad Waterpark ​ Sitting Bull Falls ​ Brantley Lake State Park ​ Carlsbad Splashpads ​ Carlsbad MainStreet District ​ Pearl of the Pec os Arts & Culture District ​ Carlsbad Heritage Walks Special Events/Calendar Creative Carlsbad Arts Council

  • Old event template | City of Carlsbad

    ¡Festivales, música y más! Calendario de eventos locales RODNEY CARRINGTON IN CARLSBAD! October 27th, 2022 Walter Gerrells Performing Arts And Exhibition Center LEARN MORE! GET TICKETS

  • Water Activities | City of Carlsbad | Carlsbad NM Tourism

    WATER Activities Carlsbad Water Park Pecos river Recreation Area Great adventures await at the Pecos River Recreation Area, located in the heart of downtown Carlsbad. Enjoy boating , waterskiing and fishing on Lake Carlsbad, where you can rent kayaks and paddle boats or set out on a boat tour. You'll find plenty of picnic areas, parks, golf courses and a lakeside walkway that meanders for nearly five miles. The area also offers tennis and racquetball courts, along with plenty of playgrounds with grills available for use. Located along Park Dr., Carlsbad, NM 88220 Pecos River Recreation Pecos River Recreation Pecos River Recreation Pecos River Recreation 1/5 Carlsbad WaterPark Cool off at the Carlsbad Water Park, a fun family spot on the shores of the Pecos River. Ride the twin speed slides and the 50-foot-tall slide known as “Big Blue,” then take a leisurely float in the lazy river pool. The park includes a zero entry children's play area as well as locker rooms. Open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, Tuesday through Sunday, from 11am to 6pm. Hours will be adjusted mid August-September $5 admission; those under 4 and over 61 get in for free! Location: 708 Park Drive, Carlsbad, NM 88220 Carlsbad Waterpark Carlsbad Waterpark Carlsbad Waterpark Carlsbad Waterpark 1/9 Sitting Bull Falls Recreation Area The Sitting Bull Falls Recreation Area is a rare gem in the hot desert, this oasis offers cool pools of water and the awesome Sitting Bull Falls. Day-use area only. Pavilions, picnic tables, water, and restrooms provided. Access to many trails can be found from this site. From US285 north of Carlsbad, turn west onto NM137. Continue on NM137 for about 20 miles until you find County Road 409. Turn right on this road and continue. The Sitting Bull Falls Recreation Site is at the end of this road. Daytime Use Fee: - $5 per vehicle, up to ten people - $10 per vehicle, 10+ people - Free entry with Senior/Golden Age/Access/America the Beautiful ​ (575) 885-4181 Sitting Bull Falls Sitting Bull Falls Sitting Bull Falls Sitting Bull Falls 1/6 Brantley Lake State Park By day, Brantley Lake State Park is a popular spot for boating, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. At night, however, the focus turns to the skies, where stunning sunsets and a canopy of stars take your breath away. Located less than 20 miles from Carlsbad, this southernmost lake in New Mexico is a great spot for hiking, bird watching, picnicking and camping. ​ (575) 457-2384 Brantley Lake State Park Brantley Lake State Park Brantley Lake State Park Brantley Lake State Park 1/5 Carlsbad Splash Pads Carlsbad has TWO SPLASH PADS!! 1. Bob Forrest Youth Sorts Complex (open Mon-Sat 9am until the final game ends) ​ 2. Carlsbad Beach Area off of Park Drive near the bandshell (open 7 days a week 8am to 8pm) Carlsbad Splashpads Carlsbad Splashpads Carlsbad Splashpads Carlsbad Splashpads 1/4 six-mile Dam Nestled approximately six miles from Carlsbad at the end of Forni Rd. This area on the Pecos River is a haven for migratory birds, a great place to fish, & "one of the best kept secrets in southeast NM! The area proudly hosts the "Steve West Birding Area” Steve West was a long-time educator and birding enthusiast who contributed a great deal to this community From the intersection of Highway 62/285 and E Wood Avenue, head east on E Wood Ave (CR 216) for 3 miles. The road will take a wide long turn to the south. Stay on the main paved road and head south for 1 mile. Take a left on Forni Road. Stay on Forni Road until it dead ends at the dam. From Loving: Take the Pecos Highway (285) north to Carlsbad. Just past mile marker 27, take a right on Grandi Road (CR 706). Drive 2.2 miles and take a right on Forni Road. Stay on Forni Road until it dead ends at the dam. Six-Mile Dam Six-Mile Dam Six-Mile Dam Six-Mile Dam 1/4 Lower Tansill Dam Part of the Lake Carlsbad Recreation Area, Lower Tansill Dam is a great spot for bird watching, fishing, and picnicking. Travel South on Riverwalk Drive to find this beautiful Pecos River reservoir. Lower Tansill Dam Lower Tansill Dam Lower Tansill Dam Lower Tansill Dam 1/6 Sitting Bull Falls Pecos River Recreation Area Brantley Lake State Park Carlsbad Splash Pads Lowr Tansill Dam Community Attractions Halagueno Arts Park ​ Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course ​ Bob Forrest Youth Sports Complex ​ Living Desert Zoo & Garden ​ Carlsbad Museum ​ Carlsbad Public Library ​ Carlsbad Miniature Golf ​ Pecos River Flume ​ Carlsbad Pickleball ​ Carlsbad Disc Golf ​ Playground on the Pecos ​ Friendship Park ​ Heritage Park ​ Veterans Memorial Park ​ Beach Volley ball ​ Full List of Parks Outdoor Adventure Guadalupe National Park ​ Guadalupe Ridge Trail ​ Cottonwood Day Use Area ​ La Cueva Bike Trails ​ Guadalupe BackCountry Byway ​ Off Highway Vehicle Use ​ Ocotillo Nature Trail ​ Rattlesnake Springs ​ Carlsbad Caverns National Park Water Activities Pecos River Recreation Area ​ ​ Carlsbad Waterpark ​ Sitting Bull F alls ​ Brantley Lake State Park ​ Carlsbad Splashpads ​ Six Mile Dam ​ Lower Tansill Dam Districts Carlsbad MainStreet District ​ Pearl of the Pec os Arts & Culture District ​ Six-Mil Dam

  • Restaurants | City of Carlsbad Tourism | Carlsbad

    Esta es nuestra historia Blue House Bakery & Cafe 609 N Canyon St (575) 628-0555 FACEBOOK Guadalupe mountain brewing. 3324 Ntl Parks Hwy ((575) 887-8747 FACEBOOK WEBSITE milton's brewing 213 W Mermod St (575) 725-5779 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Simply Snowies 1301 S Canal St (575) 317-6408 FACEBOOK Yellow brix 201 S Canal St (575) 941-2749 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Danny’s Place 902 S Canal St (575) 885-8739 FACEBOOK ​ Mi Casita 309 N Main St (575) 628-1393 FACEBOOK ​ Church St. Grill 301 W Church St (575) 885-3074 FACEBOOK ​ TOKYO JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE 1479 W Pierce St (575) 200-3505 FACEBOOK ​ ​ A&A Tacos 603 W Pierce St (575) 706-3941 FACEBOOK ​ Carniceria San Juan de Los Lagos 1200 N Pate St (575) 887-0034 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Dari-Lea Drive In 2216 W Lea St (575) 885-3976 FACEBOOK ​ ​ La REgia 1801 S Canal St (575) 988-2224 FACEBOOK ​ ​ mariscos el buchon 2704 San Jose Blvd. ​ FACEBOOK Paleteria Express 714 N. Canal St. (575) 689-8510 FACEBOOK ​ ​ C-N-G BBQ & Catering FOOD TRUCK 2231 Derrick Rd (956) 605-4268 FACEBOOK Hawaiian Island Hut 815 S Canal St (801) 410-3420 FACEBOOK Pizza INN 1210 W Pierce St (575) 887-7566 3005 Ntl Parks Hwy (575) 887-5049 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Thelma's wangs & Thangs 2301 San Jose Blvd (575) 499-7191 FACEBOOK Pecos River Café 409 S Canal St (575) 887-8882 FACEBOOK WEBSITE El Charro 1302 S Canal St (575) 361-4724 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ PJ and B’s Rio Café 711 Muscatel Ave (575) 689-7305 FACEBOOK ​ sips sodas & snacks 1095 N. Canal St. Suite B FACEBOOK ​ BECKY'S DRIVE IN 901 W Church St (575) 885-3262 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Papa Johns 905 N Canal St (575) 725-2330 WESBITE ​ ​ Antojitos Karlita 809 W Mermod St (575) 887-2253 FACEBOOK ​ ​ el nopal 2704 San Jose Blvd (575) 885-2146 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Big Dog's 227 S Canyon St (575) 302-4397 FACEBOOK ​ brunch me please Next to CVS 811 N. Canal St. (904) 801-6461 FACEBOOK taqueria jalisco 4103 Natl Parks Hwy (575) 988-9088 FACEBOOK Dragon China Buffet 2125 S Canal St (575) 887-1818 FACEBOOK Java Nick’s Coffee Hut 603 W Pierce St (575) 725-0078 FACEBOOK WEBSITE RED chimney bbq 817 N Canal St (575) 885-8744 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Anthony's place 104 W. Fox St. (575) 266-4126 FACEBOOK El Jimador Restaurant 509 S Canal St (575) 689-1687 FACEBOOK Grizzly Bear’s Fudge Factory 602 N. Canal St. (575) 706-4489 FACEBOOK ​ Aquino's deli 108 S Canal St (575) 885-6657 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Snow To Go South 1713 S Canal St (575) 885-0477 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ Kaleidoscoops Ice Cream & More 425 N Canal St (575) 887-1931 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Desert Snow Carlsbad 1250 N Pate St (575) 706-2547 FACEBOOK ​ ​ monarca express 403 E Greene St (575) 725-5799 FACEBOOK ​ ​ TINA'S MEXICAN CAFE 3122 San Jose Blvd (575) 628-1931 FACEBOOK ​ ​ tiki tops coffee shop 314 N. Halagueno St. ​ FACEBOOK ​ ​ C&T Donut 1524 S. Canal St. (575) 499-6896 ​ ​ Juicy Peach 3302 Natl Parks Hwy. and 2409 W. Pierce St . FACEBOOK ​ ​ The Flume 1829 S Canal St (575) 887-2851 FACEBOOK Joe Brews 206 S Main St (575) 988-3770 FACEBOOK El diamante 106 W Bonbright St (575) 725-5758 FACEBOOK Trinity Hotel & Restaurant 201 S Canal St (575) 234-9891 FACEBOOK WESBITE Lucky Bull Grill 220 W Fox St (575) 725-5444 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Roque Burritos & Restaurant 1401 W Mermod St (575) 725-5933 FACEBOOK ​ Lucy’s Mexicali 710 S Canal S (575) 887-7714 FACEBOOK ​ My Daddy’s Bar-B-Que 704 W Pierce St (575) 628-0196 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ Sno to Go North 801 N Pate St (575) 885-8864 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ Sno Yo King 2302 W Pierce St (575) 706-1157 FACEBOOK ​ LA PATRONA 3304 Natl Parks Hwy (575) 706-6826 FACEBOOK MARIA'S MEXICAN FOOD 851 S Canal St (575) 361-1816 FACEBOOK ​ ​ Steve-o's kitchen Cal's Shade Western 1611 S. Canal St. ​ FACEBOOK mini pancakes & bubble tea 3129 Natl Parks Hwy (575) 706-2255 FACEBOOK The alibi coffee house 811 N. Canal St. and 3129 Natl Parks Hwy (575) 361-5643 FACEBOOK CHAIN Restaurants DOMINO'S PIZZA 220 S Canal St (575) 887-3030 WEBSITE FACEBOOK WENDY'S 324 S Canal St (575) 887-8051 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ArBY'S 1305 W Pierce St (575) 885-0369 FACEBOOK WEBSITE BLAKE'S LOTABURGER 1230 W Pierce St (575) 885-0152 FACEBOOK ​ STARBUCKS 1208 W Pierce St (575) 234-2136 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ Pizza Hut 1201 S Canal St (575) 887-1922 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ ​ Burger King 305 Pompa St. (575) 689-6412 WEBSITE Taco Bell 713 S Canal St (575) 236-4922 1220 W Pierce St (575) 887-1280 FACEBOOK MCDONALD'S 327 S Canal St (575) 885-2856 2311 W Pierce St (575) 8858-5789 FACEBOOK SUBWAY 2009 W Pierce St (575) 234-1393 2521 S Canal St (575) 885-3608 2401 S Canal St FACEBOOK WEBSITE LONG JOHN SILVER'S 1227 W Pierce St (575) 887-3677 FACEBOOK ​ Buffalo Wild Wings 1801 W Pierce St (575) 628-1224 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ HTeao 1103 S Canal St (575) 237-3329 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ ​ IHOP 2529 S Canal St (575) 234-1599 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Burger King 305 Pompa St (575) 689-6412 FACEBOOK DENNY'S 810 W Pierce St (575) 885-5600 FACEBOOK WEBSITE Wienerschnitzel 1013 W Pierce St (575) 725-5571 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ LITTLE CAESAR'S PIZZA 810 N Canal St (575) 887-5651 FACEBOOK ​ ​ wingstop 3113-4 Ntl Parks Hwy (575) 237-9464 ​ WEBSITE MCALISTER'S DELI 2304 W Pierce St (575) 308-5052 FACEBOOK WEBSITE SONIC DRIVE IN 827 S Canal St (575) 887-5102 2309 W Pierce St (575) 628-3158 FACEBOOK WEBSITE A&W Restaurant 1227 W Pierce St (575) 887-3677 FACEBOOK WEBSITE KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN 1207 W Pierce St (575) 885-4106 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ CHILI'S 2249 S Canal St (575) 628-1275 FACEBOOK WEBSITE ​ ​ papa John's 905 N . Canal St Suite A (575) 725-2330 WEBSITE

  • Special Events | City of Carlsbad | Carlsbad NM Tourism

    photo by: Acclivity Flight ¡Festivales, música y más! Calendario de eventos locales Rent Carlsbad Venues Eventos anuales: CavernFest Regresando en 2022 CAVERNFEST de Carlsbad MainStreet es el principal evento familiar de verano en el sureste de Nuevo México. Más de 100 vendedores, más de 30 camiones de comida, música en vivo todo el día, jardín de cerveza, hinchables, torneo Cornhole, torneo de voleibol y mucho más. noche de luces 27 de noviembre de 2021 El Creative Carlsbad Arts Council organiza este evento anual el sábado después del Día de Acción de Gracias en el Halagueno Arts Park. Llevando el espíritu navideño a Carlsbad con música en vivo, vendedores, arte, concursos, exhibiciones de luces elaboradas y mucho más. CavernFest June 7th & 8th, 2024 Carlsbad MainStreet's CAVERNFEST is the premier Family Summer Event in SE New Mexico. Over 100 Vendors, 30+ Food Trucks, Live Music All Day, Beer Garden, Inflatables, Cornhole Tournament, Volleyball Tournament, And So Much More!!! Click here for more information. Navidad en los Pecos Día después de Acción de Gracias hasta el Día de Año Nuevo La Cámara de Comercio de Carlsbad presenta encantadores recorridos en barco a través de un país de hadas de exhibiciones de luces centelleantes a lo largo del río Pecos. Los recorridos de 40 minutos parten de Pecos River Village de principios de siglo y lo llevan a vistas panorámicas de islas iluminadas, muelles para botes y patios traseros. Christmas on the Pecos se considera uno de los 100 "eventos imperdibles en América del Norte". Mercado de agricultores y fabricantes Todos los jueves de junio a octubre Carlsbad Downtown Farmers '& Makers Market es un proyecto de Carlsbad MainStreet. ¡Ubicado en el centro de la ciudad en el césped del Palacio de Justicia todos los jueves! ¡Asegúrese de unirse a nosotros el tercer jueves de cada mes para disfrutar de una experiencia de mercado de primer nivel que incluye vendedores de comida, música en vivo y más! BrewFest Regresando en 2022 La Cámara de Comercio de Carlsbad sabe cómo hacer un clavo. ¡Este evento anual se lleva a cabo en Pecos River Village y reúne a microcervecerías de todo el estado para un día completo de diversión, música, cerveza y más! patriótico pasado de moda el 4 de julio 3 y 4 de julio de 2021 Organizado por la ciudad de Carlsbad, este evento de dos días está repleto de celebraciones patrióticas que incluyen un desfile matutino en el centro, música en vivo en la playa todo el día, vendedores de comida, un desfile de botes y, por supuesto, ¡un increíble espectáculo de fuegos artificiales sobre el río Pecos! Keep Carlsbad Beautiful Working hard to keep Carlsbad clean, and litter free, all year long! Riverblitz 2024- Sat. March 2nd Spring HHW/Rx Take-Back Day- Sat., May 11th, 2024, 8:00am to 2:00pm Soil & Water/Bureau of Land Management/City/County Industry Appreciation Day @ Six Mile Dam- TBD Tentative Pecos to Pecos Cleanup-TBD Tire/Mattress/Bulky Items Take-Back Day- TBD Fall HHW/Rx Take-Back Day- TBD Electric Light Parade- TBD Festival del vino de invierno 17 y 18 de diciembre de 2021 El Festival del Vino de Invierno de la Cámara de Comercio de Carlsbad se lleva a cabo el primer fin de semana de diciembre (5 y 6 de diciembre de 2014) con una fiesta VIP y de vista previa el viernes por la noche y una degustación de vinos y venta de artesanías los sábados, en relación con la Navidad en Pecos. evento. Cavern city Renaissance Festival September 27 through the 28th, 2024 Step back in time for the time of your life! From September 27th to 28th, enjoy nonstop Renaissance revelry at Lake Carlsbad Beach Park in Carlsbad, New Mexico. Enjoy full steel armored combat, 30+ artisan vendors, an open beer garden, turkey legs, and a fully slotted main stage of entertainment all across 5+ acres of the beautiful riverside park! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Carlsbad Fun! Downtown Farmers Market Starting June through September 2024, every 3rd Thursday of every month from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and every other Saturday from 8:00am to 10:00am in front of the Courthouse Lawn. Brought to you by Carlsbad MainStreet & POP ACD

  • Outdoor Adventure | City of Carlsbad | Carlsbad NM Tourism

    Guadalupe National Park Explorar la naturaleza Community Attractions Halagueno Arts Park ​ Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course ​ Bob Forrest Youth Sports Complex ​ Living Desert Zoo & Garden ​ Carlsbad Museum ​ Carlsbad Public Library ​ Carlsbad Miniature Golf ​ Pecos River Flume ​ Carlsbad Pickleball ​ Carlsbad Disc Golf ​ Playground on the Pecos ​ Friendship Park ​ Heritage Park ​ Veterans Memorial Park ​ Beach Volley ball ​ Full List of Parks Outdoor Adventure Guadalupe National Park ​ Guadalupe Ridge Trail ​ Cottonwood Day Use Area ​ La Cueva Bike Trails ​ Guadalupe BackCountry Byway ​ Off Highway Vehicle Use ​ Ocotillo Nature Trail ​ Rattlesnake Springs ​ Carlsbad Caverns National Park Water Activities Pecos River Recreation Area​ ​ Carlsbad Waterpark ​ Sitting Bull Falls ​ Brantley Lake State Park ​ Carlsbad Splashpads ​ Six Mile Dam ​ Lower Tansill Dam Districts Carlsbad MainStreet District ​ Pearl of the Pec os Arts & Culture District ​ Guadalupe Mountains national park An oasis for nature lovers, Guadalupe Mountains National Park is located 50 miles south of Carlsbad, in the Chihuahuan Desert. You can't miss its landmark monument, El Capitan, rising more than 8,000 feet above the desert floor. This wondrous convergence of desert, forest and gypsum sand dunes shelters an abundance of wildlife—more than 300 bird species along with kit fox, mule deer, badger and other mammals, reptiles and nearly 1,000 plant varieties. The park also contains one of the world's premier examples of a fossilized reef, dating back more than 260 million years. Enjoy hiking, backpacking and ranger programs devoted to history, geology, night skies and more. Located 50 miles south of Carlsbad (915) 828-3251 Guadalupe Mountains National Park Guadalupe Mountains National Park Guadalupe Mountains National Park Guadalupe Mountains National Park 1/12 Guadalupe Ridge Trail The 100-mile Guadalupe Ridge Trail extends from the wilds of west Texas through New Mexico’s high deserts, winding through two national parks and a national forest. Whether you’re seeking an exciting day of hiking, a weekend excursion or a week-long trek, the trail offers a thrilling adventure in the Southwest. Highlights include Sitting Bull Falls in Lincoln National Forest and miles of rugged backcountry. ​ Location: The trail is located between Guadalupe Peak, Guadalupe Mountains National Park and the boundary of Carlsbad Caverns National Park at White’s City, NM and passes through Bureau of Land Management and Lincoln National Forest property. ​ Contact the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce for more information: (575) 887-6516 MDeYoung_-MD180925VTX_GM012 3935_292_LincolnNF7249_26372405246_o 3935_3935_into_mckittrick MDeYoung_-MD180925VTX_GM012 1/3 Cottonwood Day Use Area This developed portion of the Black River Recreation Management Area is located south of Whites City in the area of Washington Ranch and Rattlesnake Springs. A paved trail leads visitors down a short path to a wildlife viewing deck along the river’s edge. The area, well known as a diverse bird habitat, offers picnic facilities, a vault toilet, and three primitive hiking trails. All are rated easy. Dam Trail: The trailhead is located on the west side of the parking area and follows a two-track road to a small concrete dam on the Black River. This 1.5 mile round trip takes about 1 to 1 ¼ hours. Location: The trail is located between Guadalupe Peak, Guadalupe Mountains National Park and the boundary of Carlsbad Caverns National Park at White’s City, NM and passes through Bureau of Land Management and Lincoln National Forest property. ​ The Black River Recreation Area is located about 26 miles southwest of Carlsbad, NM. From Carlsbad, take US 62/180 south for about 25 miles and turn west onto CR 418. Travel another 2 miles and turn left at the fork. Cottonwood Day Use Area Cottonwood Day Use Area Cottonwood Day Use Area Cottonwood Day Use Area 1/6 La Cueva Trails Mountain bikers, hikers and trail runners will enjoy 12.5 miles of fun desert terrain single track trails, located just off the south end of Standpipe Road. Trail difficulty ranges from easy to moderate in rolling terrain in limestone foothills. Trail signs are minimal, so be sure to bring a map of the trails available here . La Cueva Trails La Cueva Trails La Cueva Trails83 La Cueva Trails 1/8 Guadalupe BackCountry Byway For 30 miles, the byway travels from the junction of state highway 285 along highway 137. The Chihuahuan Desert topography varies from flat terrain to the ruggedness of the Guadalupe Mountains. This varied topography holds valuable resources and is home to many fascinating animals and plants. NOTE: It is Open Range – livestock have the right of way. DIRECTIONS: The Guadalupe Backcountry Byway is located about 12 miles north of Carlsbad, NM, and 23 miles south of Artesia, NM. There are signs on US 285 directing visitors to the Byway. Its entrance is at the intersection of US 285 and State Highway 137 (Queen Highway) near Brantley Lake State Park, and ends in the Lincoln National Forest Guadalupe Ranger District boundary 30 miles to the southwest. It can also be accessed at the southern end by traveling west on Dark Canyon Road from US 62/180. Guadalupe Backcountry Byway Guadalupe Backcountry Byway Guadalupe Backcountry Byway Guadalupe Backcountry Byway 1/5 Hackberry Lake OHV use The Hackberry Lake Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Use Area offers over 55,000 acres of rolling stabilized dune lands and cliffs. The area is open for intensive use of motorcycles, sand dune buggies and other OHVs. Trails within the area take advantage of a variety of soils and topographic features, which include many turns and steep hill climbs. Routes go from shallow rocky, loamy soil on low hills to deep alluvial soils with sandy inclusions. The trails travel across small draws and along the bottom of deep arroyos. The area also includes a sand dune complex. DIRECTIONS: Hackberry Lake OHV Use Area is about 20 miles northeast of Carlsbad, NM, and can be accessed at a number of locations. To access the most commonly used parking area, follow US 62/180, turn north on SR 360, and travel approximately 5.7 miles and turn east on CR 222. The parking lot is on the north side of the road. Hackberry Lake Hackberry Lake Hackberry Lake Hackberry Lake 1/7 Ocotillo Nature trail Experience this 2.0-mile out-and-back trail near Carlsbad, New Mexico. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 49 min to complete. This is a popular trail for birding, hiking, and walking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The best times to visit this trail are April through October. Trail Head starts just behindSoutheast New Mexico College Ocotillo Nature Trail Ocotillo Nature Trail Ocotillo Nature Trail Ocotillo Nature Trail 1/5 Rattlesnake Springs Day Use Area Rattlesnake Springs, part of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, is a lush oasis in the desert. This riparian ecosystem features a natural spring and a large grove of cottonwood trees planted by the Civilian Conservation Corps. It’s an ideal place for bird watching year round. Rattlesnake Springs is a day use area only, open during daylight hours. It includes a picnic area with shaded picnic tables and cooking grills, trash cans, and pit toilets. Swimming is not allowed in the spring. Accessiblity: Restrooms and picnic table are available. RattleSnake Springs RattleSnake Springs RattleSnake Springs RattleSnake Springs 1/7 Cottnwood Day Use Are La Cueva Trails Guadalupe BackCountry Byway Off Highway Vehicle Use Guadalupe Ridge Trail Ocotillo Nature Tral Rattlesnake Springs

  • Carlsbad Caverns | City of Carlsbad | Carlsbad NM Tourism

    Atracciones COMUNITARIAS RESERVATIONS REQUIRED CLICK HERE Carlsbad Caverns National Park Discover the subterranean wonderland of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, considered by many to be the Eighth Wonder of the World. The stalagmites, stalactites and flowstone began their formation from just a single drop of water some 250 million years ago. Take a guided tour that reveals the area's rich geologic history then stay to watch the Bat Flight, when thousands of bats leave the cave on their nightly foray for food (Memorial weekend-Labor day weekend). Enjoy a 9.5-mile scenic drive through spectacular desert landscape and explore more than 50 miles of primitive backcountry hiking trails. The park is one of only 20 World Heritage Sites in the U.S. Open daily except on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s days. ​ Reservations are required for all guided tours. Call 1-877-444-6777 Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad Caverns National Park (2) Carlsbad Caverns National Park Carlsbad Caverns National Park 1/10 Self Guided tours Self-guided tours consists of two choices: The first choice is to walk down the 1.25 mile (2 km) Natural Entrance Trail, 750 feet (229 m) into the cavern. The trail is a steep, asphalt, switchback route that winds down into the Big Room. This trail is not recommended for those with heart or respiratory issues. The second self-guided tour is walking in the "Big Room," another 1.25 mile (2 km) path that takes you through a very large cave chamber. You may access the Big Room by walking down the Natural Entrance or taking the elevator into the cavern. ​ Ranger Guided Tours Reservations are highly required for all guided cave tours and require 48 hours advance notice by calling 877.444.6777 or www.recreation.gov . An entrance ticket is required in addition to the guided tour fee for King's Palace, Left Hand Tunnel, Hall of the White Giant, Lower, Spider, and Slaughter Canyon caves. Please pick up your ticket at the visitor center 30 minutes prior to your tour. Note: Children under 4 years old are not permitted on any of the guided tours offered at Carlsbad Caverns. Minimum age requirements differ for each tour. More to Explore in Carlsbad Caverns SURFACE HIKING TRAILS | GUADALUPE RIDGE TRAIL | BAT FLIGHT PROGRAM | NIGHT SKY PROGRAM | DAWN OF THE BATS PROGRAM Community Attractions Halagueno Arts Park ​ Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course ​ Bob Forrest Youth Sports Complex ​ Living Desert Zoo & Garden ​ Carlsbad Museum ​ Carlsbad Public Library ​ Carlsbad Miniature Golf ​ Pecos River Flume ​ Carlsbad Pickleball ​ Carlsbad Disc Golf ​ Playground on the Pecos ​ Friendship Park ​ Heritage Park ​ Veterans Memorial Park ​ Beach Volley ball ​ Full List of Parks Outdoor Adventure Guadalupe National Park ​ Guadalupe Ridge Trail ​ Cottonwood Day Use Area ​ La Cueva Bike Trails ​ Guadalupe BackCountry Byway ​ Off Highway Vehicle Use ​ Ocotillo Nature Trail ​ Rattlesnake Springs ​ Carlsbad Caverns National Park Water Activities Pecos River Recreation Area ​ ​ Carlsbad Waterpark ​ Sitting Bull F alls ​ Brantley Lake State Park ​ Carlsbad Splashpads ​ Districts Carlsbad MainStreet District ​ Pearl of the Pec os Arts & Culture District ​

  • Community Attractions | City of Carlsbad Tourism | Carlsbad

    Community Attractions Halagueno Arts Park ​ Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course ​ Bob Forrest Youth Sports Complex ​ Living Desert Zoo & Garden ​ Carlsbad Museum ​ Carlsbad Public Library ​ Carlsbad Miniature Golf ​ Pecos River Flume ​ Carlsbad Pickleball ​ Carlsbad Disc Golf ​ Playground on the Pecos ​ Friendship Park ​ Heritage Park ​ Veterans Memorial Park ​ Beach Volley ball ​ Full List of Parks Outdoor Adventure Guadalupe National Park ​ Guadalupe Ridge Trail ​ Cottonwood Day Use Area ​ La Cueva Bike Trails ​ Guadalupe BackCountry Byway ​ Off Highway Vehicle Use ​ Ocotillo Nature Trail ​ Rattlesnake Springs ​ Carlsbad Caverns National Park Water Activities Pecos River Recreation Area​ ​ Carlsbad Waterpark ​ Sitting Bull Falls ​ Brantley Lake State Park ​ Carlsbad Splashpads ​ Six Mile Dam ​ Lower Tansill Dam ​ Districts Carlsbad MainStreet District ​ Pearl of the Pec os Arts & Culture District ​ Halagueno Arts Park Atracciones COMUNITARIAS HALAGUENO Arts Park With winding paths, refreshing fountains and gorgeous artwork to enjoy, the Halagueno Arts Park is a beautiful respite area, or the perfect venue for your next arts or cultural event. With two performances stages, the park welcomes patrons to stage concerts or other performance events. Located at 101 S Halagueno (575) 887-1191 Halagueno Arts Park Halagueno Arts Park Halagueno Arts Park Carlsbad Halagueno Arts Park 1/20 Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course When you're looking to tee off, Carlsbad has you covered. The Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course hosts a nine-hole par three course along the Pecos River and a regulation 18-hole course in the foothills. Enjoy twilight play for discounted green fees. Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course also features a driving range, putting green and pro shop. Located at 901 Muscatel, Carlsbad, NM 88220 Call for tee times: (575) 885-5444 Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course 1/9 Bob foRrest youth S ports Complex The Sports Complex located at 3001 W. Lea Street is arguably the finest in New Mexico. The vision of this initiative was to design and construct a "state of the art" sports complex for the youth of Carlsbad. The centrally located complex provides a safe, secure facility, housing softball, baseball, soccer and football fields, which greatly compliments the community’s strong support and participation in organized youth sports. These fields are utilized year round for youth recreation league play, tournaments and other special events. Each area is equipped with large concession facilities and restrooms. Central parking accommodates multiple, simultaneous events. 3213 W. Lea St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 887-1191 Bob Forest Youth Sports Complex Bob Forest Youth Sports Complex Bob Forest Youth Sports Complex Bob Forest Youth Sports Complex 1/6 Downtown Carlsbad MainStreet District For Shopping, dining, entertainment and more, you will not want to miss Downtown Carlsbad! Visit www.carlsbadmainstreet.com for a full list of shopping and restaurants. ​ CLICK HERE FOR 2023 SUMMER & FALL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 102 S. Canyon St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575) 628.3768 FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM Carlsbad MainStreet Carlsbad MainStreet Carlsbad MainStreet Carlsbad MainStreet 1/12 Living Desert Zoo & Gardens state park Discover more than 40 animal species and hundreds of plants that make their home in the region's Chihuahuan Desert as you explore the 1.3-mile trail through the Living Desert Zoo & Gardens State Park. The bison, Rocky Mountain elk, pronghorn and other animals in this 1,200-acre desert garden are all injured or orphaned, unable to survive in the wild. Park programs include Wolf Awareness, Full Moon Walks, Star Parties and more. Stop in at the Visitor Center, which includes an extensive mineral exhibit, informational displays and a gift shop. 1504 Skyline Rd., Carlsbad, NM 88220 Open daily, excluding Christmas Day (575)887.5516 Living Desert Zoo & Gardens Living Desert Zoo & Gardens Living Desert Zoo & Gardens Living Desert Zoo & Gardens 1/8 Carlsbad Public Library Carlsbad Public Library has been serving the community since 1897. We are a strong community partner providing programs and services that connect people, foster creativity and curiosity, enrich lives, inspire lifelong learning, encourage literacy, and preserve the rich history of our multicultural community. Your library is a place where imagination and opportunity thrives and helps create a strong community. We provide a welcoming space with 22 public computer for use for all ages. Wifi without password access on site and on the surrounding grounds. Let your curiosity run wild in our children’s and teen’s library. Programs are offered all year to find something for everyone in the family to do. We collaborate with business and community organizations to help you find information and resources for all areas of your busy life. Anyone is welcome to come enjoy our building, services, computers, and programs. Even tourist will find a wealth of knowledge, resources, and discover the beauty of our community at the library. Click here for activities, E VENT S & s e r vic es FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | YOUTUBE | TIKTOK 101 S. Halagueno St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575)885.6776 Carlsbad Public Library Carlsbad Public Library Carlsbad Public Library Carlsbad Public Library 1/10 Carlsbad Miniature Golf Located along-side Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course, Carlsbad Miniature Golf is great fun for all ages! Bring the whole family and play a round or two along the scenic banks of the Pecos River. Cost to play is $5 per person. 901 N. Muscatel St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 (575)885.5444 Carlsbad Miniature Golf Carlsbad Miniature Golf Carlsbad Miniature Golf Carlsbad Miniature Golf 1/7 THe Pecos river Flume The Pecos River Flume is an aqueduct carrying irrigation water over the Pecos River. Construction took place from 1889 to 1890 and was part of the Pecos River Reclamation Project. It was originally constructed of wood and spanned 145 feet (44 m). It carried water at a depth of 8 feet (2.4 m). In 1902, a flood destroyed the flume and it was subsequently rebuilt using concrete. In 1902, it was identified as the largest concrete aqueduct in the world. 2309 Westridge Rd., Carlsbad, NM 88220 Pecos River Flume Pecos River Flume Pecos River Flume Pecos River Flume 1/7 Carlsbad Pickleball Cavern City Pickleball group is comprised of three different groups of various ages and skill levels. Our aim is to connect local pickleball players together, encourage those interested to try the sport, and connect with players passing through town! ​ Monday's 5:30-7:30PM - Lake Carlsbad Courts - Competitive Players Wednesday's 5:15-7:15PM - Lake Carlsbad Courts - Competitive Players Other times are scheduled week to week based on who wants to get together. ​ For more information, or interest in playing, please contact Caleb Cunningham at (575) 361-2922 637 Park Dr., Carlsbad, NM 88220 Across from the tennis courts. Cavern City Pickleball Cavern City Pickleball Cavern City Pickleball Cavern City Pickleball 1/8 Carlsbad Mu seum With exhibits devoted to early Native American pottery, textiles and artifacts as well as paintings by acclaimed New Mexico artists of the early 20th century, the Carlsbad Museum has long been considered the jewel of Carlsbad. Opened in 1931, it's the oldest municipal museum in New Mexico, with permanent exhibits devoted to local, regional and Southwest history. The museum also hosts specials exhibits and events, and has a gift shop full of jewelry, art posters, books relating to the Southwest and more. CLICK HERE VIRTUAL TOUR 418 W. Fox St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 FREE ADMISSION! Open Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 5pm Saturday 10am to 2:30pm 575-887-0276 Carlsbad Museum Carlsbad Museum Carlsbad Museum Carlsbad Museum 1/9 Pearl of the Pecos Arts & Culture District The Pearl of the Pecos Arts & Culture District is a diverse and thriving epicenter for arts and culture in Carlsbad which supports art education and economic development. Art experiences, availability, and opportunity are an integral part of maintaining a healthy community, city pride, and a reflection of our rich diversity. Downtown Carlsbad Office: 102 S. Canyon St., Carlsbad, NM 88220 www.pearlofthepecos.org FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM (575) 628.3768 JKC09818 Pearl of the Pecos ACD Pearl of the Pecos ACD JKC09818 1/7 DIsc Golf Enjoy some time outdoors at the 18-hole Carlsbad Disc Golf Course. The course was established in 2009, and continues to be updated with concrete pads and DISCchatcher holes. The course’s first tee is located right off of East Lea Street. You can clink the links below to learn more, and check out a map of the course! ​ Map of the Western Half of the Course Map of the Eastern Half of the Course The course’s first tee is located right off of East Lea Street. Carlsbad Disc Golf Carlsbad Disc Golf Carlsbad Disc Golf Carlsbad Disc Golf 1/9 Playground on the Pecos Located on the east bank of the Pecos River, children and adults alike can take in scenic views of the majestic Pecos River while enjoying healthy playtime activities that are offered by the large, whimsical wooden play structure of the playground. ​ Hours: Open dawn to dusk year round 419 Riverwalk Blvd., Carlsbad, NM Playground on the Pecos Playground on the Pecos Playground on the Pecos Playground on the Pecos 1/5 friendship Park The creation of Friendship Park is one of Carlsbad’s most outstanding success stories. It all began in 2017, when two dedicated Carlsbad residents, Deanna Taylor and Wanda Welch, had the idea of creating a playground that would accommodate children (and parents) with disabilities. This meant a number of modifications to a regular playground, including a swing set for kids in a wheelchair. It also meant using a different material on the ground (to allow easier access) and a number of minor modifications, such as slides that go all the way to the ground. It also meant that the park would include certain stations to accommodate, for example, children with visual impairment. Carlsbad’s Friendship Park remains one Carlsbad’s most popular playground areas, for all children and parents. Located along the shore of the Pecos River on East Riverside Dr. Friendship Park Friendship Park Friendship Park Friendship Park 1/6 Heritage Park Located on Callaway Drive on the south side of the Pecos River, this historical park contains the first homestead built in the County of Eddy, The Eddy House. There is a covered picnic shelter where an annual event is held honoring the pioneer families of Carlsbad and surrounding areas. 1500 Callaway Dr., Carlsbad Heritage Park Heritage Park Heritage Park Heritage Park 1/4 veterans memorial Park Located on Callaway Drive on the south side of the Pecos River, this historical park contains the first homestead built in the County of Eddy, The Eddy House. There is a covered picnic shelter where an annual event is held honoring the pioneer families of Carlsbad and surrounding areas. 1500 Callaway Dr., Carlsbad Veterans Memorial Park Veterans Memorial Park Veterans Memorial Park Veterans Memorial Park 1/8 Beach Volleyball Enjoy the fun at Carlsbad Beach recreational area! Outdoor volleyball is here, challenge your friends and family to a tournament! Located near Carlsbad Beach parking area on East Riverside Dr. Carlsbad Beach Volleyball Carlsbad Beach Volleyball Carlsbad Beach Volleyball Carlsbad Beach Volleyball 1/5 Bob Forest Youth Sports Complex Lake Carlsbad Municipal Golf Course MainStreet Living Desert Zoo & Garden Carlsbad Public Library Mini Golf Flume Pickleball Carlsbad Museum & Art Center POP Disc Golf Project Playgound Friendship Park Heritage Park Veterans Park Volleyball

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