715 Hwy 64 E
Eagle Nest, NM 87718
Phone: (575) 377-6813
Fax: (575) 377-6178
Red River is a resort town in Taos County that was named after a stream that flowed all year round. The town had its beginnings in 1870 when immigrants were attracted to the gold rush eventually leading to the set up of a prosperous town whose economy depended on copper, gold and silver. Today this town beckons to visitors summer and winter offering a perennial range of activities like biking, swimming, skiing, fishing, horseback riding, snowboarding etc.
The versatile Red River Conference Center has played host to a range of events as intimate as family reunions, birthdays, christenings, anniversaries and wedding receptions, as well as business events like seminars, product launches and team meets. This 10,000 sq. ft. space in Red River can host groups ranging between 10-700, and comes with top notch facilities. The professional crew look after details of each event making them all memorable so check website for more details.
Located in New Mexico's Taos County, Taos was incorporated in 1934, and takes its name after the Native American village, Taos Pueblo. Alternately referred to the Place Of Red Willows, it boasts a number of buildings that feature on the National Register of Historic Places such as the the Mabel Dodge Luhan House, the Kit Carson House and the Ernest L. Blumenschein House. Taos featured on an episode of the X-Files owing to the eerie Taos Hum which is a low frequency noise that only some people can hear.