Farmington

Farmington has over 100 restaurants waiting to greet and serve you! There is a variety of options from which to choose. Our most unique offering is New Mexican cuisine which features Native American, Mexican and Spanish flavors combined with the all important chile pepper! Be prepared to answer the most common question asked in the state of New Mexico, "Red or Green?" regarding your chile preference. If in doubt you can always reply Christmas, a blend of both!

Select what you are hungry for from the options below!

Aspen Leaf Frozen Yogurt

5150 E Main St, ste 105, Farmington, NM 87402

505-564-4385

farmingtonaspenleaf@gmail.com

This is the self-serve quality frozen yogurt shop you must visit. Stop in to meet their friendly staff, enjoy the fantastic yogurt and toppings and stay for awhile as you get comfortable and chatty in this welcoming space.

Blue Moon Diner

1819 East 20th Street Farmington, NM

505-324-0001

Visit Blue Moon Diner for breakfast, lunch or dinner for a great home-cooked meal away from home.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Home Made Ice Cream , Online Menu

Dickey 's Barbecue Pit

3701 Messina Drive, Bldg. 100, Farmington, NM

505- 501-7094

Lunch, Dinner, Catering, Carry-out, Special Holiday Offers

Open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

No Worries Sports Bar & Grill

Four Corners Regional Airport, 1300 W. Navajo, Farmington NM

505-436-2657

Lunch, Dinner, Full Service Bar, Live Music

Three Rivers Brewstillery Lounge

109 East Main Street Farmington, New Mexico

(505) 324-2197

Farmington's first distillery and winner of the 2018 Distillery of the Year, by the New Mexico Restautant Association. This is a beautiful space to enjoy craft cocktails and craft beer with friends! Special menu items from establishments on the Three Rivers Block available.

Whether you are looking for authentic Native American art, hand crafted goods or items from a big box shop Farmington has something to quench your retail needs. As the retail center of the Four Corners, we offer a variety of shopping experiences to meet all of your shopping needs. Just remember to take a little extra time while you are here to meet our local artisans, discover cultures and find that perfect gift!

Animas Valley Mall

4601 E Main St, Farmington, NM 87402

505-326-5465

Animas Valley Mall has been creating a special place and shopping experience for over 25 years and offers 60 shops to choose from, a food court and theaters.

Four Corners Explorers

5101 College Blvd Bay 5302 Farmington, NM 87402

505-793-5092

fourcornerexplorers@gmail.com

Four Corners Explorers is a local, family-owned business that offers UTV rentals for you and your friends or family to venture out into nature and have a thrilling experience like never before. Half and full day rentals are available, as are guided Dark Sky Tours.

Four Corners Harley Davidson

6520 E Main St, Farmington, NM 87402

505-325-6710

Four Corners Harley Davidson features a state-of-the-art service department with performance Dyno and one of the largest showrooms in New Mexico. Our staff and service team are passionate about customer service and motorcycling! Stop by today, we have everything the enthusiast might want to fully enjoy their on and off-road experience.

Hogback Trading Company

3221 US-64, Waterflow, NM 87421

505-598-5154

Hogback Trading Co. has a fine selection of authentic handmade Indian jewelry, traditional pottery, blankets, baskets and sculptures. They specializes in cultural and traditional Indian Arts and Crafts and pawn.

Toadlena Trading Post & Weaving Museum

Highway 491, Newcomb, NM 87455

505-789-3267

Step back in time, and experience the finest selection of Navajo Rugs at Toadlena Trading Post. This Trading Post also features the Toadlena Weaving Museum, home to one of the most exquisite weaving displays.

If the busy, fast-paced life in the city has you stressed out, you need a vacation—a getaway. And when on a getaway, it's important to remember to slow down, embrace nature, and truly get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and stress. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, beautiful scenery all around and plenty of wide-open space to lose the stress and find yourself, Farmington offers the opportunity for a unique and serene getaway.

Hikers can choose from developed trails amidst giant cottonwoods, like those found in Farmington along the Animas River Trails . Berg Park offers a plethora of trails and excellent opportunities for bird watching. If you're lucky, you might just run into deer or other wildlife during your hike. Pop over to the Riverside Nature Center for pointers on getting the most of your hiking experience.

If you're looking for more of a challenge in your outdoor exploration, opt for an area that offers an “off the beaten path” adventure like the Bisti Badlands / De-Na Zin Wilderness .
 This otherworldly landscape has recently been featured in a variety of publications including National Geographic, USA Today, Huffington Post, The Austin Chronicle and New Mexico Magazine.

When exploring the Farmington area, you will encounter stunning landscapes, historical sites rich in culture, unique geologic formations and wildlife. So, remember to bring a camera when you explore the Bisti Badlands, Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Simon Canyon or Angel Peak. For additional information on these, and other hiking adventures, contact the Farmington Convention & Visitors Bureau, 800-448-1240.

Animas River Trails

Berg Park access, intersection of San Juan Blvd. and Scott Ave.

505-599-1400

At the very heart of Farmington you will find a beautiful system of trails nestled along the Animas River. Visitors can enjoy walking, running and biking along the trails and explore parks, playgrounds, the Riverside Nature Center and All Veterans Memorial year-round.

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

1808 CR 7950 Nageezi, NM 87037


505-786-7014

Chaco Culture National Historical Park, also known as Chaco Canyon, is the largest excavated prehistoric ruins in North America and is a must see for history buffs and outdoor lovers! Chaco was the center of the ancestral Puebloan culture from AD 850 to 1200. Attractions within the park include Chacoan great houses, kivas, rock art and stunning vistas. The hallmark Chacoan roads and geometric layout of structures captivates visitors from around the world.

 

 

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