Drive across the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge was built in the ‘60s and is the second-highest suspension bridge in the United States, coming in just behind the Golden Gate Bridge. Drive across it to see some spectacular views—as long as you aren’t afraid of heights!
Take a tour of Taos Pueblo.
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community that has been named both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. Covering 99,000 acres of land, Taos Pueblo has been continuously inhabited for more than 1000 years, making it one of the oldest communities in the US.
Drive the Enchanted Circle.
Spanning 84 miles, the Enchanted Circle offers a scenic drive through the beautiful Carson National Forest, both north and east of Taos.
Visit the Millicent Rogers Museum.
Featuring more than a dozen galleries and 5000 pieces of Native American and Hispanic artwork, the Millicent Rogers Museum was once a private residence that opened to the public to share these cultures. Stop by to view furniture, weaving, paintings, pottery, and jewelry.
Hike to Williams Lake.
Pack your hiking boots because you don’t want to miss out on the springtime scenery. A clear, snow-fed lake hidden in the Sangre de Christo Mountains of the Taos Ski Valley, Williams Lake offers some truly incredible views.
Visit the Earthship Biotecture Visitor Center.
Highlighting the importance of sustainability, each Earthship is a type of solar house composed of natural and upcycled materials that allow the occupants to live partially or completely off the grid. These passive solar houses provide stable comfort year-round in any climate.
Travel to the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument.
Consisting of more than 250,000 acres of rugged highland, the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument was established in early 2013. It offers great views and lots of hiking opportunities.
Some other popular attractions and activities in and around Taos include:
- Shopping in Taos Plaza
- Going on a hot air balloon ride
- Visiting the village of Arroyo Seco
- Seeing the San Francisco de Asis Church
- Attending Taos First Friday on the first Friday of every month
- Touring the Kit Carson Home and Museum
- Attending the Taos Lilac Festival
Stay at Taos Valley RV Park
Whether you’re an RV enthusiast or a tent-camping adventurer, Taos Valley RV Park is the perfect place to set up camp. Park your RV or pitch your tent within our well-maintained campground while remaining conveniently close to the area’s variety of springtime events and attractions. We’re open, so reserve your spot today. We look forward to seeing you in Taos!