Have you planned your trip to Red River for this year? If not, you’re in luck! There are still many properties available throughout the year and still many things to do despite the pandemic that is still going on.
Outdoor activities are a GO in Red River!
The lifts are open for skiing and snowboarding through March with limited lift passes available every day. Due to limited tickets, Red River Ski and Summer Area asks that you purchase your lift tickets online or over the phone prior to your arrival. They are selling out fast, so be sure to secure yours in advance!
Weezie’s Wild Rides
If you don’t bring your ATV or don’t own one to ride the trails, then rent one locally. Rentals are available in May around Memorial Day weekend and run through the summer, but you can book your reservations online now through Weezie’s Wild Rides. You can choose from a half-day or a full-day of riding and can explore our beautiful town via ATV trails.
Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures
Snowmobile tours with Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures are available through March. Starting in June through September you can enjoy a Cowboy evening which includes dinner and live music. This year, in 2021, will be their 30th annual celebration of Cowboy Evenings!
Follow our social media accounts for information on any new properties that we may get in the rental pool this year. In the last few months we have gained two new properties located in the Upper Valley. Brown Bear Lodge, located in Valley of the Pines, is an amazing property that sleeps up to 14 guests and offers plenty of parking for your trailers with ATVs this summer. Mountain Cardinal, another new property, is located just off Highway 578 and sleeps up to 16! This property is perfect for the entire family and is just waiting for you to make those mountain memories!
Red River Community House
This summer we hope to see the local community house that offers many activities to open back up in the summer of 2021. Located in the middle of town, The Community House* offers Nature Programs for children, square dancing, Movies in the Mountains, and the famous Fourth of July games and celebration.
All restaurants are outside dining or take out only at this moment, but we hope to see them open up indoor seating later this year. Some offer delivery and you can also order pick up. Help keep the local businesses running and grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants. The Bull O’ The Woods is still closed during this time due to the pandemic. We can’t wait to see our local bar open back up. In the meantime, head over to their website to buy any merchandise such as t-shirts, hats, and glasses to help them stay alive during these trying times.
*As of now, all events have been canceled due to the pandemic. Visit here for updated information on Covid-19 and how it is affecting our mountain town. Masks are still required when visiting Red River and if you have any questions do not hesitate to call the New Mexico Dept. of Health.