The City of Elephant Butte, home to the largest body of water in the state of New Mexico, was incorporated in 1998.
From 1914 to 1949, Truth or Consequences was known as Hot Springs. Read the story of the name change on the T or C Fiesta website.
The Village of Williamsburg was incorporated in 1949. Williamsburg is located due west of Truth or Consequences, just off Interstate 25 at exit 79.
Lodging, Restaurants, Activities, Events, Attractions, RV Parks, Press, a Meeting Planner, and more.
Go here if you're looking for an event or want to promote an event in Sierra County.
Information, alerts, maps, tips, and more related to the Gila National Forest and the Aldo Leopold WIlderness Area. Sierra County contains sections of both!
A great resource for anyone who plans to visit and enjoy the great outdoors. Visitor tips, maps, and more.
Three beautiful State Parks - Elephant Butte, Caballo and Percha Dam - are located in Sierra County.
Now being built right here in Sierra County - commercial space flight coming soon!
The history of Sierra County told in artifacts, murals, and displays.
An amazing collection of objects, many of which were found sitting on the shelves when this former mercantile was first purchased by its current owners.
Featuring a permanent Vietnam War Memorial Wall Replica, the Dianne Hamilton Military Museum, and a Park / Walkway with monuments representing each conflict in which the US has been involved since 1775.
A website devoted to the region. Contains information on Socorro / Magdalena, Silver City, Lordsburg, Deming / Columbus, Las Cruces / Mesilla / Hatch, Reserve / Glenwood, and Sierra County.
Featuring Sierra county's historic towns: Chloride, Kingston, Hillsboro, Cuchillo, Monticello, Engle, and Lake Valley.
The Former County Seat, located on the edge of the Black Range in the Gila National Forest, is now home to ranchers, artists, writers, restaurants, and shops.
Tourism site for the Land of Enchantment.