Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park

Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park

Quick Facts

Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park

New Mexico

(575) 523-4398

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Things To Do

Overview

Encompassing 300 beautiful acres of bosque (riverside forest) along the Rio Grande, and 600 acres of adjacent Chihuahuan Desert, the Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park is a must-see. This day-use park is a refuge for wildlife and a haven for people seeing the quiet peacefulness of nature. Enjoy walking the trails that wind by native plant gardens, wetlands, high-grass meadows, and eroded bluffs. The visitor center incorporates green technology, including solar panels and adobe walls that help make it a premier environmental learning destination in southern New Mexico.

Map of Mesilla Valley Bosque (NM)

Latitude, Longitude: 32.271458, -106.791229

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Seasonality/Weather

At a 3,900-foot elevation, summer temperatures range from lows in the mid 50s to highs in the mid 90s. In winter, temperatures drop to lows in the lower 30s to highs in the lower 60s.

Park Partners

Friends of Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park

Contact the Friends of Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park ([email protected]) if you want to be part of the team.

Directions

Driving

From Interstate 10, take exit number 140 for Avenida de Mesilla south to Calle del Norte (first stoplight) in Mesilla. Turn right and drive almost two miles west until you cross the Rio Grande. Immediately after crossing the bridge, the entrance to the park is visible on the left.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(575) 523-4398

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