It’s time to trade your snowshoes for hiking boots because the snow has melted and it’s finally summertime in Red River! Life gets a little simpler when you enter the Carson National Forest. Enjoy the majestic mountains surrounding our small town, leaving the stress and demands of life behind you. Step out onto Main Street, take a deep breath of fresh mountain air, and brace yourself for the big adventure that awaits.
Endless Outdoor Fun in Red River, NM
Summertime in Red River, NM is all about embracing the great outdoors. Take a relaxing hike on one of the many trails throughout town, head down to the river for some fly fishing, or hop on a mountain bike and enjoy a ride through the forest.
The best part about Red River in the summer? A little ROVing through the many trails we have throughout our little mountain town! One of our favorite activities, you’re able to enjoy the fresh open mountain air while you take your ROV to new heights and discover your new favorite adventures!
Red River Ski & Summer Area
When spending the summer in Red River, you’ll also experience thrills at the Red River Ski & Summer Area. This is something that’s on the top of everyone’s to-do list. You won’t want to miss out on the thrilling adventures found at the Hidden Treasure Aerial Park with rope courses for every skill level. Once you’ve made your way through the ropes course, jump into the Pioneer Flyer and hold on tight. The seated zipline will have you soaring past Pioneer Road and over the fishing ponds, all the way to The Face and then back down again at approximately 35 miles per hour.
Want a better view of the mountain? Take one of our scenic chairlift rides up the mountain and enjoy breathtaking views of Carson National Forest and our quaint little mountain town. Once you’re at the top, grab a tube and enjoy summer tubing down the mountain. That’s right, mountain tubing isn’t just made for snow around here.
A summer vacation in Red River gives you endless possibilities to relax and enjoy reconnecting with yourself, your loved ones, or even mother nature. Don’t let the small town fool you, there are some big adventures just waiting to be discovered.