1400 E. Mabry Drive
Clovis, NM 88101
Phone: (575) 763-3439
Fax: (575) 769-9022
Home to a wide variety of animal and bird species, Hillcrest Zoo bears the distinction of being the second largest in the state. Besides the enclosures, the zoo has expansive playgrounds as well for the kids.
Hillcrest Park encompasses 157 acres (63.54 hectares) of lush expanse, with walking trails as well as a dog park. Sports facilities at the park include softball and football fields as well as basketball and volleyball courts.
This delightful museum chronicles the lives and achievements of the legendary music producer duo of husband and wife, Norman and Violet Petty. The museum showcases their popular recording studio as well as their tryst with being musicians themselves.
One of the city's most extensive resources for books, the Clovis-Carver Public Library boasts of a fantastic collection spanning numerous media including audiobooks, DVDs and magazines. Additional services include a toy lending library and meeting rooms for rent.
Established in 1936, State Theater has an eye-catching facade with a cylindrical column, and is one of the most unique theater buildings in the city. Originally opened as a cinema, the art-deco theater today showcases a wide variety of live events.
Occupying the historic Clovis Depot, the Model Train Museum offers a fascinating insight into the area's railroad history. Exhibits include detailed model train and railroad layouts as well as intriguing rail artifacts.
The picturesque Green Acres Park spans 24 acres (9.71 hectares), and has a beautiful lake for fishing at its heart. Besides this, there is a walking trail, a skate park and a basketball court.
This walk and bike trail spanning a little over a mile skirts the picturesque Goodwin Lake, and is perfect for a leisurely outdoor excursion.
Spanning 370 acres (149.73 hectares) of natural beauty, Ned Houk Park is for outdoor lovers. Besides the three lakes, the park also has sports facilities like disc golf, basketball courts and ball fields.