This Scenic State Park In New Mexico Is Home To A Hidden Piece Of History

When choosing a state park to explore in the Land of Enchantment, the options are plentiful. From national monuments to incredible forests, preserves, and oases, New Mexico is full of amazing nature spots to explore. Not only is this state park in Alamogordo home to amazing trails, plants, and backdrops, it also holds an interesting piece of history that you can see up close. Let’s explore this astounding state park and the fully preserved history within it.

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For another awesome sight to see, you’ll want to visit this massive state park that’s 704 football fields long!

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