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Glenwood, New Mexico is located 65 miles North of Silver City and 38 miles South of Reserve

Directions: Please do not use Google map or GPS.  You will be directed to a creek bottom!

Take U.S. Hwy 180
Between mile markers 50  &  51 turn onto Route 174 (the Catwalk Road)
Travel 1/4 mile, turn Right at the Guest House sign onto White Water Road (no street sign, only a red arrow).  If you find yourself at the little church, turn around.
Once you make the turn, drive a short distance and turn Left at the Gallery and B&B signs.

Approximate Driving Times:
Albuquerque, Tucson, El Paso - 4 hours
Phoenix - 5 hours


About Our Community

The San Francisco River runs through our valley from the north; Whitewater and Mineral Creeks cascade from the east; the spectacular Mogollon Mountain Range outlines  the sky. We are surrounded by the Gila National Forest and the Aldo Leopold Wilderness (the first wilderness area to be established in the United States).
.  This is a birdwatchers paradise; from the bald and golden eagles to resident great blue herons and black hawks, migrating cranes and ducks to six different species of hummingbirds buzzing the bountiful gardens.  Our area has been granted the distinction for some of the Darkest Skies in the Nation for stargazing.

The greater Glenood area is rich in history. from the pre-historic archeological sites (Mimbreno Culture), geological (rockhounding and thermal springs),  remnants of old mining towns (Mogollon and Cooney), outlaws such as: (Butch Cassity, The Wild Bunch and Billy the Kid), famous Apache Chiefs (Victorio, Mangus Colorado and Geronimo); and the first motorized "Air Ship" to fly in New Mexico was off Whitewater Mesa just above Glenwood.
The stunning and diverse landscape of our little piece of heaven covers 4 of the 6 life zones. 

We welcome your visit and encourage you to stay. This is the perfect place for relaxing, sightseeing, fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, birding and gazing at the starry starry night sky.

           Photos: David Thornburg