EXPERIENCE THE BEAUTY OF RED RIVER
Reservations Unlimited is one of Red River’s longest running vacation rental and property management companies. Established in the 80s, we’ve seen our share of trends come and go — shoulder pads, sweat bands, perms and more. But no matter what’s hot, Red River stays cool, and our ageless beauty and small-town charm continue to draw visitors year after year.
When you’re ready to come visit, let us help find you the perfect vacation rental as the centerpiece for your Red River experience. We’ve been at it for decades. Your Red River Vacation Starts Here.
THINGS TO DO IN RED RIVER
There are many opportunities for local fishing fun by taking advantage of the river that flows through town into the Town of Red River fishing pond. From lakeside fishing, wild streams and special “catch and release” water, we’ve got it all!
Red River is nestled in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains, located in the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountains. The mountain town is completely surrounded by the Carson National Park.
There are two ski areas that call Red River home, Red River Ski & Summer Area and Enchanted Forest Cross Country & Snowshoe Area. Red River Ski & Summer Area is designed for alpine (downhill) skiing; whereas, Enchanted Forest Cross Country & Snowshoe Area is for nordic (cross-country) fans.
Hiking is a fun and easy way to explore the natural beauty that Red River has to offer. There are several leisurely trails around town for those looking to have a relaxing stroll through the Carson National Park, as well as the more challenging terrains for those adventure seekers.
The Red River area is full of history. “Red City” as it was first called, was put on the map when explorers, fur trappers, miners, and prospectors discovered the area. Red River’s population skyrocketed as miners started to pour in and carve into the mountains.
There are four parks within the town limits of Red River, three of them being located along the river: Brandenburg Park, Mallette Canyon Park, Toni Woerndle Park and the Softball Field and Park.
Red River has five places listed on the National Register of Historic Places that are available for visitors to explore.
Despite being a small town, Red River has an extensive dining selection that is sure to satisfy even the pickiest eater. You can leave the fancy attire at home and enjoy anything from bistros and cafes, all the way to Italian, Mexican or even the finest steakhouses while still maintaining those relaxed mountain vibes.
There are approximately 13 million acres of BLM Land (Bureau of Land Management), most of which are open to public hunting. It is up to each hunter to know what restrictions apply when and where.