SPECIAL NOTE: The Village of Pecos and the Pecos National Historic Park are both open for business. After the severe drought, the fires, and finally the government shutdown, both are in need of business. There are restaurants, stores, gas stations and other businesses there that need patronage. If you’re driving through the area and have some time to spend in the Pecos area, pull off the interstate and check them out. I personally recommend:
- Casa de Herrarra ~ Restaurant (closed monday)
- Cannella’s Restaurant ~ Lunch and dinner (open thursday thru monday)
- Dairy Queen
- The Shell station at the crossroads
This site is owned and operated by Pecos River Station as a portal to the el Valle area of Northern New Mexico. While the el Valle area will most likely not show up on your map or navigation unit, this area has been called el Valle for quite some time. ”The Valley” roughly runs from San Juan to Villanueva along the Pecos River.
While in the el Valle area, consider visiting the following:
- Pecos National Historic Park
- Christopher Thomson Ironworks
- Villanueva State Park
- The San Miguel Church
Pecos River Station is a Blue Rhino propane tank exchange dealer.
Glen is a Notary Public. Call before you drive out and make sure he’s here.