Elephant Butte Inn Blog
Posted November 2, 2014
Posted October 13, 2014
Let your cares drift away as you kayak Elephant Butte Lake’s miles of shoreline, coves and islands, or meander down the winding Rio Grande River with spectacular views at every turn. Don’t have a kayak? No problem…you can rent kayaks by the hour or the day, with traditional kayaks or those you paddle with your feet!
Zia Kayak Outfitters, 575-744-4185, ziakayakoutfitters.com
Rock Canyon Marina, 575-744-5462, rockcanyonmarina.com
Posted October 11, 2014
HEALING MINERAL HOT SPRINGS
Soak in the healing waters of natural hot springs in neighboring Truth or Consequences. A variety of indoor and outdoor public and private hot springs experiences await you there, with waters ranging from 98°-113°. Many hot springs locations also offer spa services.
For all hot springs locations, check out this link:
Posted October 5, 2014
You’ll love every moment you spend being pampered fom head to toe, where you’ll be pampered from head to foot. Choose from facials, massages, skin treatments, reflexology, stone treatments, manicures, pedicures and more, all designed to renew and rejuvenate your body and spirit. Enjoy!
Ivory Spa | 575.744.5431 | elephantbutteinn.com
Sierra Grande Lodge & Spa | 575.894.6976 | sierragrandelodge.com
Posted October 4, 2014
REDISCOVER YOUR INNER SELF… YOUR INNER HARMONY
You’ll find many ways to relax, from earth’s healing mineral waters to the stars in the sky.watch our relaxation video: http://www.elephantbutteadventures.com/relaxation
**Thanks to elephantbutteadventures.com for this post
Posted September 29, 2014
Posted September 28, 2014
Elephant Butte Lake offers exceptional seasonal opportunities to see American White Pelicans, Sandhill Cranes, Snow Geese, Western & Clark’s Grebes, Terns and more, as do nearby surrounding areas such as Percha Dam, Las Palomas Marsh and Caballo Lake. Further north between Elephant Butte and Socorro, you’ll find Bosque del Apache, abundant with migratory birds in spring and fall.
Check out these trails:http://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/recreation/birding/documents/sites34-37.pdf
Thanks to elephantbutteadventures.com for this post
Posted September 27, 2014
See where the first atomic bomb was exploded on July 16, 1945, including base camp, ground zero, the ranch house where the plutonium core was assembled and part of the original crater left by the explosion. Trinity Site is open the first Saturday in April only. Enter north of Elephant Butte at the I-25 San Antonio exit and head 12 miles east to the Stallion Gate entrance.
More information: http://www.abomb1.org/trinity/index.html
Posted September 22, 2014
For a space-related day trip north of Elephant Butte, visit the Very Large Array near Magdalena. Open from 8:30 am through sunset, the VLA offers a close look at the 27 enormous antennae, each 82 feet in diameter, that collectively provide astronomers with images of black holes, stars and other marvels of the universe. The Visitors Center is open daily, and special tours are offered the first Saturday of every month.