You Can Practically Drive Right Up To The Beautiful Sitting Bull Falls In New Mexico

Finding a breathtaking natural beauty doesn’t always require an exhausting trek through the wilderness that literally leaves you wheezing. Here’s a look at one waterfall with a hike so short, it will feel like you practically drove right up to it.

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The recreation area is open year-round for day-use only. Access fees cost $5 per vehicle per day. For additional information, visit the Forest Service or AllTrails websites.

Website: U.S. Forest Service
Trail information: AllTrails

Need a bite to eat after exploring the area? For an Old West experience, stop by the Trinity Hotel Restaurant in Carlsbad. Read more in The 1880s Historic Hotel In New Mexico That’s Home To A Top Rated Restaurant.

Address: 742 Sitting Bull Falls Rd, Carlsbad, NM 88220, USA