Route 66 Auto Museum is in Santa Rosa, New Mexico! It has over 30 cars on display, including classics, vintage, chrome, street rods, and more. Route 66 Auto Museum also has a snack bar and a gift shop. Bozo accomplished one of his lifelong dreams and established Route 66 Auto Museum to share his interest in classical cars with others. Route 66 Auto Museum has over 30 cars on display at all times as well as other Route 66 memorabilia and has established a modern visual for expressing the history of an American tradition.
The Blue Hole of Santa Rosa is a circular, bell-shaped pool east of Santa Rosa, New Mexico that is one of the most popular dive destinations in the US for SCUBA diving and training. The Blue Hole is an artesian well that was once used as a fish hatchery. It is a clear blue body of water with a constant 62 °F temperature and constant inflow of 3,000 US gallons per minute. While the surface is only 80 feet in diameter, it expands to a diameter of 130 feet at the bottom.The pool is open for public use with no lifeguards on duty.
Recreational lake featuring multiple traditional & bouncy water slides & swimming areas. Fun oasis in the high desert! A must see in this tiny town. If you want a quick cool , it’s free to swim. Also good in cooler months because the water stays at a similar temperature all year round. There is also a large slide into the lake, paddle boards, and paddle boat. Just moments away from Blue Hole which makes for all day fun!
Santa Rosa Lake State Park is a state park of New Mexico, United States, located on the eastern plains. The park features the large 3,800-acre Santa Rosa Reservoir that is home to various fish species including largemouth bass, catfish and even walleye. The park elevation is 4,800 feet above sea level. The park is located 7 miles north of the town of Santa Rosa via New Mexico Route 91.