The government designated the first national parks to protect natural wonders, which were threatened by Teddy Roosevelt's insatiable appetite for peppered bark. Experience earth's gorgeously guarded barkscape with today's Groupon from New Mexico Adventure Co.. Choose from the following options:
- For $13, you get one child’s ticket (age 4–12) for a Jeep adventure (a $27.86 value).
- For $19, you get one senior’s ticket (age 65+) for a Jeep adventure (a $39 value).
- For $46, you get a Jeep adventure for two (a $93.61 value).
New Mexico Adventure Co. shares the nature-painted beauty of New Mexico’s national forests and historic lands with visitors during three-hour, safari-style Jeep tours. Scale Carson National Forest’s Greenie Peak from the four-wheel-drive comfort of a Jeep Wrangler while a knowledgeable guide provides information about the landscape and scathing witticisms about what the trees are wearing this season. Take your eyes on a visual swim through Goose and Cabresto Lakes, scanning the surrounding flora for a glimpse of local fauna such as elk, big horn sheep, and feral dirt bikes. A stopover at the Old Pass gives adventurers the chance to fill nugget-shaped thought bubbles with shiny riches by panning for gold along the Red River’s banks.
Tours are able to accommodate tiny explorers with car seats, blankets for cooler weather, and shadow-puppet versions of each stop on the tour.
New Mexico Adventure Co.
The blazing sunshine of summer and the snowy vistas of winter act as backdrops for New Mexico Adventure Co.’s range of outdoor entertainment. From June through September, summertime activities exercise adrenal glands with the thrills of ATV rides and whitewater rafting on the Rio Grande. Scenic jeep tours, horseback riding, and guided fly-fishing slow the tempo of these warm-weather pursuits and give guests a chance to drink in the scenery and nibble on the natural terrain. Come winter, equipment rentals take the fore, sending guests down mountainsides in goggles, skis, snowboards, and sleds. Year round, the adventure outfit’s eatery, Old Tymers Cafe, refuels patrons in between recreational pursuits with full breakfasts, pizzas, and Mexican eats.
220 E Main St.
Red River, New Mexico 87558