Santa Fe is a historical city in New Mexico, which draws its magic from a mild continental climate, along with four distinct seasons throughout the year. It is nestled amongst the serene foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The city is surrounded with a thousands of acres of pristine wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. And it's all just minutes away from the cosmopolitan center. If you love the great outdoors, then Santa Fe in New Mexico is the perfect place for you. The high desert of New Mexico is the fabulous place for all ages to visit. Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, it is a magical town with a rich Native American culture and breathtaking natural beauty.
There are so many things to do in Santa Fe with a family like skiing, hiking, biking, strolling, shopping, visiting parks, museums, galleries, and the phenomenal natural wonders surrounding the city. From people-watching and playing in Santa Fe Plaza to hands-on activities at every turn and it is a family-friendly town like no other. It is a paradise for hikers, skiers, snowshoers, mountain bikers, river rafters, fishing enthusiasts, horseback riders and people who simply like to stroll in city parks and take in the fresh air. You can ski the Rocky Mountains in winter and ice skate outdoors on the pond are in Hyde Memorial State Park. In summer, hike the miles of mountain wilderness, we can enjoy dramatic, panoramic vistas and fields of wildflowers.
Families love 450-acre Bishop's Lodge Ranch Resort & Spa. Nestled in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristos, it's got the vibe of a soothing, secluded retreat but also includes a sports program guaranteed to wear out the most active offspring. One day kids learn about camping setting up a tent, taking a hike. Another day they focus on sports and making pinewood derby cars and racing each other down a handmade track. Travel to Santa Fe is a full of beautiful outdoor adventures, world-renowned art galleries, traditional handicrafts, folk festivals, delicious Southwestern food and friendly locals. Once you visit the Santa Fe, you won’t want to leave.