The One Enchanting Place In New Mexico That Must Go On Your Bucket List Immediately

There’s a wildlife refuge hiding in New Mexico that you HAVE to visit. While most New Mexicans and birders are familiar with Bosque del Apache, other visitors to the Land of Enchantment are amazed to discover this natural wonderland.

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It’s a good idea to pack a picnic since Bosque del Apache is a little off the beaten path. Alternatively, fill up on green chile cheeseburgers at either Owl Bar or Buckhorn Tavern in San Antonio.

The actual refuge is located at 1001 Highway 1 in San Antonio.

Here is the Bosque del Apache website to help you plan a trip.

For more adventures in nature, read our past article: “The Ultimate Bucket List For Anyone In New Mexico Who Loves The Outdoors.”