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Robinson Park is located at the far west side of Albuquerque’s downtown area. It is home to many festivals and markets throughout the year. Albuquerque’s Park Management Division maintains and manages more than 298 park sites, and a total of 113 miles of developed urban and soft trails. Park Management’s main focus is sustaining a […]
The Rio Grande bosque offers a unique environment in arid Albuquerque. Large cottonwood trees, coyote willow, and New Mexico olive create a cool, shady forest and provide habitat for beaver, numerous bird species, turtles, and snakes. Alameda Bridge and the alameda open space connects to the bosque forest along the Rio Grande river. Nearby is […]
This section of Rio Grande river side is accessed near the Tamaya Hilton resort on Santa Ana Indian Pueblo property near the town of Bernalillo, NM. It is near the site of recent riparian area restoration and may have limited access. It is a popular stretch of the Rio Grande for rafting and kayaking groups.
An Albuquerque High School
Colorful fruit & vegetable market in SW Albuquerque (‘South Valley’). Lovely murals have offered an attractive backdrop for several film and photo shoots.
Bosque is the name for areas of gallery forest found along the riparian flood plains of stream and river banks in the southwestern United States. It derives its name from the Spanish word for woodlands. In the predominantly arid or semi-arid southwestern United States, the bosque is an oasis-like ribbon of green vegetation, often canopied, […]
This is a natural gas-fired plant with a capacity of approximately 132 MW located on the south side of Albuquerque off Interstate 25. This station consists of a GE 7F combustion turbine that went into service in 2000. This facility is a peaking and standby plant which operates infrequently and sporadically.
Fabulous new Brew Pub with all the amenities.
Reeves Generating Station is a three-unit, 154-megawatt natural gas-fired plant. Located in far north Albuquerque, the plant went online in 1958. It is used as an auxiliary plant for transmission support and peak electricity-demand periods. At capacity, this plant produces enough electricity to serve about 123,000 homes. It is owned and operated by PNM (Public […]
Red Horse Vineyard B&B – a relaxed, country-style setting on the edge of the city honoring our military heroes, Albuquerque’s Sister Cities, and offering a relaxing retreat for all guests with generous South Valley charm! Historic location – along El Camino Real, part of the area where the Confederate Army was camped during Battle of […]
Since 1922, The Red Ball Cafe and the Wimpy Burger have been a part of New Mexican History. Situated on historic Route 66, The Red Ball Cafe has been the preferred dining hot spot for both locals and national personalities for over 50 years.
Sprawling, cholla-studded 12,000-acre ranch south of Madrid, NM is the the biggest ranch between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. The historic hacienda once was owned by the Ball family. The four-bedroom, five-bath ranch house has unrivaled views of the Sandia and Jemez mountains, Mount Taylor and Cabezon Peak. Part of the property encompasses part of the […]
The Qwest Building is 1970s Architecture office building in Downtown Albuquerque.
Albuquerque is the largest city in the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is the county seat of Bernalillo County, and it is situated in the central part of the state, straddling the Rio Grande. The city population was 552,804 as of the 2011 population estimates from the United States Census Bureau and ranks as […]
Known as Albuquerque’s most sophisticated spot for nightlife, you won’t want to miss out on QBar. Our very own QBar is one of the city’s most popular night clubs and has been voted “Best Ladies Night Out”, “Albuquerque’s Best Happy Hour,” ” Best Lounge,” and “Best Cocktail.” Host private parties and dance in the Gallery […]
Zinc is a high end restaurant with a downstairs cellar bar with live music 3 nights a week. Since opening in 2003, Zinc Wine Bar & Bistro has established itself as one of Albuquerque’s signature restaurants. Zinc offers a formal yet relaxed atmosphere where diners can enjoy a quick bite with a glass of wine […]