Comfort Inn & Suites

1020 S. White Sands Blvd., Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310, United States
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Travel Tips for Alamogordo

My Faves In Alamogordo

by Enchanted

White Sands National Monument & The International Space Museum are two of the best things in Alamogordo to see anytime. Visit White Sands on a full moon and take the evening tour. If you like space history the space hall is the most interesting. Don't forget to visit the Imax theater there.
My biggest "general tip" for visitors to Alamo is this: Don't expect things to jump out at you for you to have fun, there is lots to do and see, it's what you make of it. We have some of the most beutiful sunsets here. There is just something about this place, you miss it when you leave.

The wonder of IMAX

by Sharrie

To my utmost surprise, Alamogordo even has an IMAX theatre! That's really cool! I love IMAX & OMNIMAX movies. IMHO, they are by far the best substitute for not having the chance to visit the actual sites. To date, my favorite documentaries are: 'Antarctica', 'Journey Into Amazing Caves', 'Ring of Fire', 'Everest' & 'Alaska'.

On the night we stayed here, we managed to catch another film titled 'Lost Worlds'.

Riparian Nature Trail

by Basaic

There is a Riparian Nature Trail in Oliver Lee Memorial State Park. A riparian area is a ribbon of green that surrounds a constant water source like a river in a desert area. The Riparian Nature Trail at Oliver Lee, however, is closed due to a recent flash flood which washed out the trail and much of the vegetation.

Cloudcroft

by bocmaxima

Cloudcroft, although one of the most beautiful mountain spots in Southern New Mexico, is still relatively undiscovered as a tourist destination. The skiing is several miles away, although Cloudcroft has begun marketing itself to try to lure skiers into its motels.
This is a very small town, strung out along US 70 several thousand feet above Alamogordo in the Lincoln National Forest. The highlights of this place include the beauitful, natural setting, but also the historic lodge, built in 1899, which also features "Clue"-like "who-dunnit" experiences on some weekends. The National Solar Observatory, a must for geeks, is just down the road in Sunspot, which itself has no hotels.
The best time to come is in the winter when the snow is plentiful, although the road to Sunspot may be closed at that time. It's a huge contrast from the nearby basin and Alamogordo, and worth a trip.

Giant sand box

by heitzenrater

At the northern end of the Chihuahuan Desert lies a mountain ringed valley called the Tularosa Basin. Rising from the heart of this basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico.

Here, great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert and have created the world's largest gypsum dune field. The brilliant white dunes are ever changing: growing, cresting, then slumping, but always advancing. Slowly but relentlessly the sand, driven by strong southwest winds, covers everything in its path. Within the extremely harsh environment of the dune field, even plants and animals adapted to desert conditions struggle to survive. Only a few species of plants grow rapidly enough to survive burial by moving dunes, but several types of small animals have evolved a white coloration that camouflages them in the gypsum sand.

White Sands National Monument preserves a major portion of this gypsum dune field, along with the plants and animals that have successfully adapted to this constantly changing environment.

DUNES DRIVE
January 1 - May 27 7a.m to Sunset
May 28 - September 5 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
September 6 - December 31 (Closed December 25) 7 a.m. to Sunset

COST
$3 - 7 Days

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 Comfort Inn & Suites

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Address: 1020 S. White Sands Blvd., Alamogordo, New Mexico, 88310, United States