In the heart of the great four corners region, Farmington, New Mexico sits in the middle of cultural treasures and beautiful landscapes.
Nestled in the picturesque San Juan River valley, within sight of Colorado's rugged San Juan Mountains and the desert highlands of Arizona and Utah, Farmington is a perfect place for enjoying unforgettable outdoor recreation and travel adventures!
The Four Corners area is the traditional homeland to a number of Native American tribes, including the Navajo, Jicarilla Apache, Ute Mountain Ute, Southern Ute and Hopi nations.
Visiting Native American communities and lands can be a rewarding and educational experience. During your visit, please respect and comply with tribal and community regulations that govern visitors while attending social dances or public events on tribal homelands. Local contact information is provided below for obtaining specific tribal information on picture taking, sketching, visiting tribal homes, places where visiting is prohibited, and fee schedules.
Learn more about the region and its tribes by visiting indiancountrynm.org.
Farmington is surrounded by world class scenic and historic treasures, from Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon to Shiprock Pinnacle.
Farmington is becoming known around the world for Pinon Hills Golf Course, rated "the best public golf course" in the U.S. by Golf Digest.
Aztec Speedway, 1/2 mile south of Aztec on Hwy. 550. Featuring hobby stock, I.M.C.A. street stock, I.M.C.A. modified and A.S.C.S. winged sprint cars. Racing Saturdays -- April-Sept. (505) 334-2023.
Annual Balloon Festival
Air Balloon T-Shirts