Explore All That Sandoval County Has to Offer
We invite you to enjoy our endless blue skies, innovative urban center, and tight knit community pride.
Sandoval County is home to some of the Southwest’s most beautiful settings and culturally diverse communities. From the stunning backdrop of the Valles Caldera National Preserve, to the striking visuals of the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks’ geological forms, Sandoval County’s rich culture permeates every corner of our area.
Experiences abound in Sandoval County and we hope you love them as much as we do!
New Mexico's stargazing opportunities are among the best in all of North America. The combination of high altitude, low humidity, and and vast open areas without light pollution are key factors.
As a result "Star Parties" are common all across the state. In this case we get a glimpse of two Star Parties, at Bandelier National Monument and at Cerrillos Hills State Park.
This rural village sits on the banks of the Rio Grande, nestled tightly between the first and third largest cities in New Mexico. Despite the metropolis surrounding it Corrales maintains a lifestyle that is slower and quieter. And the attributes of a small farming community still thrive, with a popular growers market, horseback riding, and quaint village shops and restaurants. #NewMexicoTRUE
This national monument offers a relatively easy hike to a surprisingly stunning overlook. The tent rocks are cones of volcanic material worn into their unusual shapes over eons. And the trip to the top includes a slot canyon and multiple stops you will have to make to pull out your camera. #NewMexicoTRUE
Experiences Abound in Sandoval County
Fun for the Entire Family
From historical and cultural sites to unique experiences, Expanses of beautiful wilderness and peaceful lakes. Sandoval County is a Playground of New Mexican wonders.
Loretto Park, 237 Camino del Pueblo, Bernalillo, New Mexico