1. Jim Mott

    0.0
    Your rating:

    City of Rocks (plural) State Park is a delightful place to camp, climb, stargaze, relax and unwind. Located inside a triangle with points at Deming, Silver City and Hatch, the City of Rocks is comfortably close to the highway (US 180) and remote enough from those cities to avoid the bright lights of town. Family cars can easily navigate all the gravel-dirt roads to find a camp or parking site if they choose, or enjoy the educational opportunities in the museum at headquarters. There is a modest entry fee. Live Oak trees and some flowers dot the vicinity of the “semi-organized” tuff rocks in this dry and lower altitude ecosystem. Climbing the rocks and finding the wildlife have occupied my kids for many hours, but adult supervision is advisable. I have found some well-fed rattlers and have great respect for them, along with concern for the safety of visitors who may not realize the risk associated with even “little” falls from the rocks. The Milky Way is truly beautiful from the darkened park. Bring plenty of water, sunscreen and sturdy shoes!

  2. Ismael Garcia

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Great place to visit. Breath taken place.

  3. Tony Leonard

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Really cool park… wish we had more time. Great campsites, beautiful vistas. It was snowing, which made it even more magical.

  4. Frank Obelnicki

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Really just a super cool, super chill state park out in the middle of no where.

  5. Carol Parks

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Loved it