Winter In Red River NM

When looking at different places to vacation there are a lot of different things to take into consideration. Are you a thrill-seeker? Do you like to relax when you are on vacation? Are you a free-spirited adventurer?

Red River, NM has all sorts of things to do to suit the different types of personalities that like to vacation here.  During the wintertime especially, Red River, New Mexico is a wonderful place to vacation. The area has many family-owned businesses and is absolutely thriving. It is a great town that was founded by miners and is now home to a few that love the mountain lifestyle. That is what makes it different from other ski towns and stands out in comparison. It gives a hometown feel while also letting you escape your reality. You can have an exciting thrill-seeking day and the most relaxing night. It is the best of both worlds.

Sledding in Red River NM

Nothing is better than sitting by the fire, watching the game and seeing your kids sled down the hills. Why not crack open a cold one and enjoy it while your better half reads their newest novel by the fire at one of our rentals. This is the time that everyone in the family needed. The relaxation, the laughter, and the fun times that will always be remembered. If you didn’t bring your own sled, you can rent them at Sitzmark.

Snowmobiling in Red River NM

The most family fun activity in our opinion is snowmobiling up at Bobcat Pass. Gear up and get ready for a snow-filled adventure. Nothing is more exciting than racing each other down the different obstacles and seeing who wins!

Ice Fishing in Red River, NM

Another fun family winter activity that you might not think to do every day is ice fishing. Ice fishing is honestly very invigorating and can get competitive fast! Who got the largest fish? Who caught a fish? It is a bonding experience everyone in your family will never forget.

Skiing, Snowboarding and Tubing in Red River, NM

The Red River Ski Area is sure to be a  winner with the entire family. Every trail is groomed and perfected for the newest skiers and snowboarders to those that are complete experts. The ski area is open seven days a week during the winter months. Nothing is cooler than watching your family ski down the FACE while enjoying a cold beer at the Lift House.  There’s a lot to do at the ski area, too! Besides skiing, they also have tubing, which is a blast for those of us that don’t have ski or snowboarding legs.

Building a Snowman

Do you wanna build a snowman has become a common household song. Well, here you can get your whole family together and build a snowman.. or snow-family. A whole family of snowmen to resemble your sweet family is the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! After all of this is said and done, you can go back and make some dinner while watching the snow fall onto the limbs of the surrounding trees and forest area. Nothing is better than sitting and laughing with your kids while enjoying a hearty meal with a view. Continue to create memories that your whole family will carry on forever while you enjoy winter in Red River, NM.

Cross Country Skiing in Red River NM

The Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area has a lot of cool stuff to do as well. For those of you that like cross country skiing as well as snowshoeing, then you will want to check them out. We have many guests that like snow activities without the adrenaline rush that comes from down-hill skiing. Cross country and snowshoeing is not only low-key, but also gives you one heck of a workout!!! It’s one you would want to try when visiting us.

The best part of your winter vacation is that it is completely geared for all guests, no matter what you like to do. Red River, New Mexico strives to make sure you have the happiest and homiest vacation possible. So come check us out and see what you have been missing!

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