The small community of Santa Rosa (pop 2,200) is a natural oasis amidst the desert climate of northeastern New Mexico. Situated along the banks of the Pecos River, it is well known for its natural lakes fed by subterranean rivers, including the Blue Hole which is a popular spot for diving.
The town hosts many travelers as it is located at the intersection of Routes 85, 54 and I-40 and as a result has a good number of hotel rooms available as well as a handful of dining options sure to please hungry visitors.
There are also a number of interesting attractions and recreational opportunities in town and nearby.
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