Lordsburg is the largest town located in the 'boot heel' section of New Mexico, the square shaped protrusion of the border that delves into the Sonoran Desert of Mexico. The Sonora is one of the least populated and desolate areas of the American southwest, offering its visitors a chance to enjoy true solitude in wild landscapes.
The areas surrounding Lordsburg are ripe with ghost towns and history and visitors who take the time to explore this section of the state will come away with a better grasp of life and the hardships that have been faced on this land. In addition, the undisturbed lands of this area offer visitors interested in wildlife viewing and hiking through the ecologically unique Sonoran Desert climate, an intimate desert experience.
Accessed via I-10 across the southernmost edge of the United States, Lordsburg has several accommodations and dining options that are very affordable. To learn more about Lordsburg, select a topic of interest from the left-hand navigation bar.