Jun 062013
 
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The Chama, New Mexico, Visitor’s Center

Coming into Chama on Highway 84 from the south.

Coming into Chama on Highway 84 from the south.

During our recent stop in the New Mexico mountain village of Chama, we stopped in at the Visitor’s Center to find a warm welcome. The center’s hostess was helpful, friendly and interested in our needs.

The center, centrally located in the small town at 501 Terrace Ave, offers not only local information but information on destinations and tourism throughout the state including maps, brochures and travel guides. Though most all travel information is online these days, it is still helpful to pick up a map or guide when travelling because many remote areas still do not have internet and it makes planning your travels much easier if you have the info in hand when you need it and are unable to connect to the internet.

Restrooms were very clean. Hot coffee was free and available as stated on the welcome sign. Outdoors there is a picnic table and small grassy park area for relaxation or sipping their hot coffee while enjoying the beautiful view.

Whether just passing through or if the quaint and slow-paced town of Chama is your destination, a stop at the Visitor’s Center is sure to help you with your needs and with all the info available, you may just find some tips or undiscovered places to add to your agenda.

 

For more information, visit www.chama.net

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