Living Desert State Park
15 locals recommend
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Overlooking the Pecos River Valley, this fascinating park exhibits the varied plant and animal life of the Chihuahuan Desert region. Visitors can observe animals like snakes, lizards and birds of prey, plus larger animals such as bison and elk. Take a relaxing walk along a nature trail past cacti,…
The Living Desert State Park is a celebration of the unique ecosystem of the Chihuahuan Desert and Permian region of North America. The Zoological Park accentuates the distinctive plant and animal life that thrives in the beautiful desert landscape of Southeastern New Mexico. Among the favorites of…
Great activity for the family. According to Google Maps it is .9 miles and a 9 minute drive from Farmhouse on the Pecos!
The Living Desert Park is an interesting place for kids. You will see several animals native to the Chihuahua Desert region.
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