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Check Out Baseball Town with a Charter Bus in Farmington, New Mexico

Farmington, New Mexico

Farmington is located in San Juan County and is home to more than 45,000 people. Explore the city on a charter bus in Farmington, New Mexico today.

A charter bus in Farmington, New Mexico can take you and up to 60 friends on a tour across the city. You can go to:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Play at the Sunray Park and Casino, where you have 600 slots, live entertainment, a variety of restaurants, and live horse racing. Or how about the Northern Edge Navajo Casino, which has 750 slots, 600 penny slots, table games, video keno, poker and progressives?

Arts & Culture

Go to the Salmon Ruins Museum, where you can find artifacts excavated from the historic Salmon Ruins. They also display other objects that are of interest to the region. Or you can head out to the Bolack Electromechanical Museum, where you can find exhibits related to communications, oil fields, farming, electric power and telephones. Other museums you can find here are the E3 Children’s Museum & Science Center, Riverside Nature Center, and Farmington Museum at Gateway Park.

For visual arts lovers, you can check out the city's many galleries such as Artifacts Gallery, Studio 116, San Juan College Henderson Fine Art Gallery and Humanities Art Gallery, and the TRWC Art Center & In Cahoots! Gallery.

You can also head out to the Farmington Civic Center and watch a performance or enjoy a concert. You can also enjoy the Outdoor Summer Theater at the Lions Wilderness Park Amphitheater, as well as the performances of the San Juan College Performance Series, the San Juan Symphony, and the Theatre Ensemble Arts, Inc.

Get to know the Navajo Indians, too, when you visit Dinetah Rock Art and Pueblitos and see the rock art sketches as well as the pueblitos.

Restaurants & Shopping

Check out Fifth Generation Trading Company, where you can find the widest selection of Native American jewelry and crafts. You could also go to Navajo Trading Company and to Shiprock Trading Company.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Pinon Hills Golf Course has 18 holes and a par of 72. The course, which was designed by Kenneth Dye, Jr. in the 1980s, has a rating of 74.3 and a slope rating of 140. Pinon Hills has been cited by Golfweek Magazine as one of the country's best public access courses for the state in 2005 and 2006, by Golf Digest Magazine as one of the top rated golf courses for the state in 2005 and 2006, and by Travel + Leisure Golf Magazine as one of the country's 100 best courses where you can play for $100 or less in 2002. Golf Magazine has included the course as one of its top 100 public access golf courses in the country thrice – in 2000, 2002, and 2004. Two other golf courses in the city are Civitan Golf Course and San Juan Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are a dozen sites in the city listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For one, there is the Crow Canyon Archaeological District, which is located in Dinetah, homeland of the Navajo people. The district features several rock art and ruins coming from the 16th century through the 18th century. Meanwhile, the Salmon Ruins is an ancient Pueblo and Chacoan site that was preserved. It includes the Salmon family homestead, the Salmon's Heritage Park, and others. You can also check out the 18th-century Christmas Tree Ruin, which features a Navajo pueblito.

Other sites on the register include Cottonwood Divide Site, East Side Rincon Site, Farmington Historic Downtown Commercial District, Gallegos Wash Archeological District, Hadlock's Crow Canyon No. 1, Jaquez Site Ruin, Prieta Mesa Site, Simon Canyon, and Star Rock Refuge.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has more than 70 parks where you can find a variety of activities to enjoy. All Veterans Memorial Plaza at Berg Park pays tribute to all veterans from the city, while the Animas River White Water Park allows you to go rafting and kayaking. Enjoy the water features such as an Olympic-size pool, diving boards, water slide, and playground pool at the Aquatic Center.

You also have the Indoor Rock Climbing Wall and the Riverside Nature Center.

Other Points of Interest

Farmington, New Mexico, Other Points of Interest

Be sure to visit the Four Corners Monument, where you can simultaneously stand on four states: Arizona, Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.

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