In the heart of America's beautiful Southwest, Farmington, New Mexico is surrounded by world-class cultural treasures and magnificent landscapes. Located in the Northwest corner of New Mexico, the region thrives today in the midst of magnificent scenery, ancient history and exhilarating recreational opportunities. Whether you plan to spend some time along one of Farmington's rivers, test our nationally-ranked golf course or walk in the footsteps of the Ancestral Puebloans, there is truly something of interest for every age and ability. http://www.farmingtonnm.org
The Ancient Puebloan people (Anasazi) constructed massive stone buildings, called great houses, of multiple stories in Chaco Canyon. This area is now the Chaco Culture Historic Park and you can tour all the great houses.
Aztec Ruins provides visitors an intimate opportunity to explore ancient ruins built by the Ancient Puebloans (Anasazi) in the 1100s. Aztec Ruins features ceremonial, public, and storage structures as well as the "Great Kiva", the oldest and largest reconstructed Kiva in North America.
The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness area covers roughly 60 square miles of remote badlands south of Farmington, NM. The wilderness features steeply eroded hills and formations that offer some of the most unusual scenery in New Mexico.