Visit Las Cruces New Mexico - Tourism - Long Version

Visit Las Cruces New Mexico – Tourism – Long Version

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Located in Southern New Mexico, Las Cruces offers historic attractions, beautiful scenery, exciting history, culture & music, plus 350 days of sunshine a year. Visit Historic Old Mesilla, White Sands National Monument or the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum. We offer visitors year round outdoor activities like golfing, hiking or a chance to enjoy one of our many yearly festivals, celebrating our history and culture.

22 opinions on “Visit Las Cruces New Mexico – Tourism – Long Version”

  1. I have a home there and it is funny just i been there for 3 days. I need explore and know more about the city, for now just i know the drivers all of them are so rude.

  2. Quit whining and learn to research and think for yourself. Mexico SOLD IT!

    The Gadsden Purchase (Venta de La Mesilla, or Sale of La Mesilla, in Mexico) is a 29,670-square-mile (76,800 km2) region of present-day southern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico purchased by the United States in a treaty signed by James Gadsden, the American ambassador to Mexico at the time, on December 30, 1853. Signed by President Franklin Pierce, with final approval action taken by Mexico on June 8, 1854.

  3. I'm from DC, but I love Las Cruces. Every other year or so I travel there (and to El Paso) for business. I love the desert and Southern New Mexico's desolate beauty. I prefer living on the east coast, but I always look forward to my visits to New Mexico, because Texas and Arizona suck ass!

  4. If the yankis didn't have stolen our lands this beutiful lands would belong to the Spanish Kingdom or Mejico. So this illegal action made that this lands and their people miss that true spanish culture.. por la que tanto se lucho. Arriba Méjico y España. Get back our lands!

  5. Have never been south of Albuquerque. Planning to visit the Las Cruces area sometime, perhaps this year (2012). The area has become a place for people to retire, no surprise.

  6. I like how everyone thinks this town, along with other nm towns are nothing but vast empty deserts with large sambrero wearing Mexicans sleeping under the cactus. We have rivers, lakes, green forests with many trees, and plenty to do. I don't think everyone in ny is an ass hole because of tv, or that people in Alabama are also they're sisters uncle due to stereotype.

  7. hey i went to las cruces in 2006 and met a girl who i got pregnant i need help locating her its been 4 yrs i never seen the baby but i knw its a girl if anybody knws desiree renee martinez plz call me 8328846734 i want to see my lost child

  8. @areola187 Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is so awesome! you can drive to 12,000 ft above sea level. Its 67 miles northwest of Denver. There are Elk everywhere in Estes Park.

  9. @areola187 I was born in Las Cruces and I know what you are talking about. You should visit Colorado Springs , Colorado. When your there you can drive to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,110 ft. Visit Reno,NV and South Lake Tahoe at Lake Tahoe. Its Heaven on earth. I got a small video of Lake Tahoe on my profile.

  10. Las Cruces is like any other relatively small down. There's a lot to do if your willing to get out in the community and get involved. Like most small towns there doesn't seem to be a lot going on, on the surface, but you can find lots to do.. I've been here 16 years and wouldn't live anywhere else! and I've lived a lot of other places.

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