Silver Creek Inn
The Silver Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast is an historically renovated building in the mining ghost town of Mogollon, New Mexico. Retreat to nature and enjoy hiking, birdwatching, and exploring the surrounding mountains, then return to the Silver Creek Inn to relax on our outdoor patio with a waterfall and spend the night in a room with character and luxury. A full breakfast and dinner are served. Adults only; no pets please. Reservations recommended
Your hosts: Stan King & Kathy Knapp.
Super Salve Co.
Super Salve manufactures an extensive line of 100% natural herbal salves, lip balms, lotions, oils, creams, cleansers, toners, exfoliants, and sunscreens. All products use only nat
ural ingredients such as: aloe vera, alpha lipoic acid, shea butter, echinacea, coq10, dmae, arnica, beeswax, sunscreen, witch hazel, calendula, comfrey, jasmine flower, and jojoba oil, from responsible sources.
Proprietor and Clinical Herbologist Denise Tracy.
Mountain Woodworking creates fine wood products, including custom-made cabinets, home furnishings & decor, art puzzles, and kinetic mobiles.
Craftsman: Niels Mandoe.
Come and visit the great outdoors of Glenwood, New Mexico, and stay at an authentic homestead. You'll enjoy great scenic grounds with oak trees, beautiful blooming flowers, and fantastic views of the Mogollon mountains. Accommodations include the adobe house, two guest houses, the cabin, or an RV park with full hookups. Traveling with your horses? They can stay in our horse motel!
Proprietor: Polly Tipton.
Gila Wilderness Ventures
1-866-677-2008 or (505) 539-2800
This is your chance to see New Mexico's Gila Wilderness, 3.3 million acres of magnificent evergreen forest, on horseback. Our trips are packed with fun for everyone, from the novice to the accomplished rider.
Your outfitter: Leah Gray Jones.
WS Land & Cattle B&B
Located in the spectacular Blue Range Primitive Area in southeastern Arizona, most of the 72,000-acre Hugh McKeen ranch is ONLY accessible by horseback. If you're a hardy individual who has always wanted to experience the life of a cowboy as it was a century ago, sign on with a real working ranch that has been in the same family for over 100 years.
Crab Apple Cabins
Step back in time and rest in clean, quiet, peaceful cabins built in the 1930 era and remodeled in the 1950's. Some cabins have fully equipped kitchens. All are smoke free. Enjoy the courtyard with roses and giant shade trees with lots of birds! Picnic tables and propane grills are available. Reservations are recommended...cash or check only.
Your hosts: Jan & Mick Mooney.
The Whitewater Motel is located in downtown Glenwood. Come and stay in our newly renovated rooms with beautiful views of Whitewater Creek and a lovely back yard with a swing set for the children. All rooms have air conditioning, 50 Dish Network channels, and reasonable rates.
Your host: Marianne Sutton.
The Catwalk National Scenic Trail offers a challenging one-mile trail along the historic water line route from the 1890's, trailhead access into the Gila Wilderness, a beautiful picnic spot next to Whitewater Creek, and a sense of place that conjures up images of an earlier time. The Catwalk has undergone extensive construction to upgrade the facilities and add an accessible trail that meets universal design standards.
Glenwood State Fish Hatchery
The office and grounds of the New Mexico Fish Hatchery are open to the public between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. Fishing is permitted during daylight hours with a New Mexico fishing license. Come to fish or just relax in a beautiful and peaceful setting.
Mineral Creek & Cooney's Tomb
About 15 miles northeast of Glenwood is the tomb of Sergeant James C. Cooney, who discovered high-grade silver and copper ore in the Mogollons while serving as a guide and scout at Fort Bayard in 1870. When his term of duty expired in 1875, Cooney organized a party that prospected the area. They worked their claims until April 1880, when James Cooney and William CHick were ambushed by the Apaches and killed. Their bodies were buried beside the road near the entrance of Cooney Canyon, where they had fallen.