The seat of Curry County, Clovis is home to around 38,000 people. Get on a bus charter in Clovis, New Mexico and check out the many sites in the city.
A bus charter in Clovis, New Mexico can help you and up to 60 people in your group conveniently tour the city and see these attractions:
You can catch musicals, concerts, theater and other productions at the Eastern New Mexico University, the Clovis Community College, the Special Events Center, or the Lyceum Auditorium. You may also want to visit when the Clovis Music Festival takes place every September. Other events are also held at the Clovis Civic Center, which hosts auctions, concerts and rodeos, among other events. You could also visit the Old Homestead Museum and Pappy Thornton Farm Museum.
Play at the Clovis Municipal Golf Course, which has two nine-hole courses. The Clovis Course has a par of 70, a rating of 69.6, and a 112 slope rating, while the par 3 course has a par of 27. Both courses were opened in the 1920s. You could also go to Chaparral Country Club, which has a regulation course featuring more than 6,800 yards of golf, a par of 72, a rating of 71.2, and a slope rating of 111. This course was opened in the 1960s and designed by Warren D. Cantrell. Then you have the Colonial Park Golf Course, a municipal golf course that has 18 holes, as well as a driving range, pro shop and a rentable banquet room.
There are close to a dozen sites in Clovis that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One is the art deco State Theater that was first opened in the 1930s. The theater is now a music venue and is one of the three historic theaters in the city. Another historic theater that is on the register is the Lyceum Theater.
You also have Hotel Clovis, which also sports an art deco architecture and was designed by Robert Merrell and H. W. Underhill in the 1930s. The ten-story hotel is now undergoing an extensive renovation in order to be used as an apartment building. Then there’s the First Methodist Church of Clovis, which was built in the 1920s and has a classical revival architecture.
The register also lists four government buildings (Old Clovis Post Office, Curry County Courthouse, Clovis Central Fire Station, and the 1908 Clovis City Hall and Fire Station), the Santa Fe Passenger Depot-Clovis, the Hillcrest Park Archway, and Clovis Baptist Hospital.
The city maintains several parks and facilities for your enjoyment. That includes more than a dozen parks and several recreation areas that cover a total of around 3,700 acres of space. All in all, you have five youth baseball fields, four youth softball fields, five adult softball fields, eleven soccer fields, two youth football fields, a dog park, a rugby pitch, a cricket pitch, close to two dozen open play areas, a skate park, outdoor basketball courts, and sand volleyball courts.
Some of the parks you should visit include:
Other parks to check out are Dennis Chavez Park, Potter Park, Rierson Park, Highland Park, Sunset Park, Brady Field, Fourteenth Street Park, Pat Sandoval Park, and the Roy Walker Community Center.
Check out Hillcrest Zoo, the second biggest zoo in the entire state.
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