Zooming by New Mexico’s towns on the highway, it’s surprisingly easy to blink and miss a good number of them. However, you are definitely missing out if you don’t stop to visit at least once. Each is filled with its own personalities that can only be experienced first hand by walking its historic streets, grabbing a bite in their diners, or trekking nearby trails.

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Socorro is located in central New Mexico, approximately one hour south of Albuquerque via Interstate 25. You can find additional information about the historic town by visiting its website or Facebook page.

Website: Socorro, NM
Facebook: Visit Socorro

Looking for another cool little town to visit in the Land of Enchantment? You will also fall in love with the charming Cerrillos, a historic town located near Santa Fe. Read more in Plan A Trip To Cerrillos, One Of New Mexico’s Most Charming Historic Towns.

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