J & R Vintage Auto Museum |
3650 State Highway 528 NW # A
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Phone: (505) 867-2881
Link: J & R Vintage Auto Museum
|NINE CLASSIC AUTOMOBILES that have competed in the GREAT AMERICAN RACE, including the 1995 winner, a 1917 Marmon. Seventy automobiles in all!
Native Feast and Float |
Los Rios River Runners
Rio Rancho, NM 87144
Phone: (800) 544-1181 or (505) 776-8854
Link: Los Rios River Runners
|Los Rios River Runners takes your clients rafting along a beautiful wooded, tranquil section of the Rio Grande River. Native American interpretive guides on each raft share the lore of the river and local legends.
At the end of the trip, enjoy a delicious traditional feast prepared and served by Pueblo Indian families. Indian dances, a pottery demonstration, and fishing can also be arranged.
Los Rios will meet your group at Coronado State Monument near Rio Rancho and take them to the rafting put-in point five to six miles upstream. This is a gentle section of the river - perfect for seniors! The bird-watching opportunities on this trip are priceless.
The trip is $78 per person for 12 or more people.
Quiet Waters Paddling Adventures |
105 D Pleasant View Drive
Bernalillo, NM 87004
Phone: (505) 771-1234
Link: Quiet Waters Paddling Adventures
|Guided float trips, canoe & kayak rentals and group outings
Walatowa (Jemez Pueblo) Ed-Ventures |
7413 Highway 4
Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
Phone: (575) 834-7235
Link: Jemez Pueblo
|If your tour includes the Jemez Mountain Scenic Byway, consider adding one of these choices to your itinerary.
Offered only to tour operators and group leaders, a professional Native American guide will make your visit an educational and fun cultural experience.
The Cultural Ed-Venture tour allows you to enjoy a Pueblo feast featuring traditional Jemez foods. A bread-baking demonstration, artisan demonstration, and traditional Indian dances are included.
Artisan Studio Ed-Venture: An afternoon spent with Jemez artist who host your group and demonstrate certain processes of their artwork. Different forms shown include scrifitto pottery techniques, story-tellers, traditional Jemez pottery, and sculpture.
The tour concludes with an artist-hosted luncheon.
The Pueblo of Jemez is one hour from Rio Rancho.