"Angling is extremely time consuming. That's sort of the whole point."

- Thomas McGuane

catch fish on the pecos river

Getting Here

Pecos Main Street

The nearest major airport is in Albuquerque. We are about 85 miles for the Albuquerque International SunPort. Pecos is about 25 miles east of Santa Fe. It has a regional airport; American Eagle is the only commercial airline to fly into Santa Fe. The Pecos Business Association has a great map of our area - Pecos Area Map and a brochure.

 

Northbound from Albuquerque or Santa Fe
  • Travel north on Interstate 25 North to Exit 299 "NM-50/Glorieta/Pecos"
  • Turn left at the stop sign and right onto NM-50
  • Drive 6 miles to the Village of Pecos.
  • Turn left at the four way stop onto North Main Street / NM-63
  • Follow NM-63 1.1 miles, crossing the Pecos River.
  • Take first left after crossing the river onto Camino Rincon
  • Follow Camino Rincon .6 miles to the school

 

Southbound from Colorado
  • Travel south on Interstate 25 South to Exit 306 "NM-63/Rowe/Pecos"
  • Drive 6 miles north on NM-63 to the Village of Pecos.
  • Continue passed the four way stop that intersects with NM-50.
  • Follow NM-63 1.1 miles, crossing the Pecos River.
  • Take first left after crossing the river onto Camino Rincon
  • Follow Camino Rincon .6 miles to the school

 

From Amarillo
  • Take Interstate 40 West towards Albuquerque , through Santa Rosa
  • Take Exit 256 "US 84 North to Romeroville/Las Vegas"
  • Travel south on Interstate 25 South to Exit 306 "NM-63/Rowe/Pecos"
  • Drive 6 miles north on NM-63 to the Village of Pecos.
  • Continue passed the four way stop that intersects with NM-50.
  • Follow NM-63 1.1 miles, crossing the Pecos River.
  • Take first left after crossing the river onto Camino Rincon
  • Follow Camino Rincon .6 miles to the school at 79 Camino Rincon

 

You will receive the gate code in your information package

New Mexico Rail Runner Express

If you're flying into Albuquerque, one of the options to get to Santa Fe is to use the New Mexico Rail Runner. A free shuttle bus will pick you up at the airport and drop you off at the downtown train station. The ride to Santa Fe is about 1.5 hours and it allows you to enjoy the New Mexico scenery in comfort. The train's last stop is within walking distance to the plaza. It's also a good way to go do some sight seeing in Albuquerque. It's biggest limitation is that weekend service doesn't happen during the middle of the day. Check out the Rail Runner website for scheduling details and rates.