and setting... Click HERE
to view an interactive town-level map. We are located at
181 "Olde" Highway 80 along the "Old
West Country Trails" in the quaint western
town of Rodeo, New Mexico 88056.
Rodeo, with a population of 50 or so (no one
really knows for sure), is nestled in a
beautiful secluded valley in the remote southwestern
corner of New Mexico in the rugged and scenic "Bootheel" country of Hidalgo County.
Adobe is the southernmost house in Rodeo on the east
side of Olde Highway 80, which was once known as the "Broadway
of America" until it was bypassed in the
1960s by the new Interstate-10 about 30 miles to the
north. Situated in the shadow of the magnificent Chiricahua
Mountains rising in the West to nearly 10,000 feet and
Mountains in the East, Rodeo is defined by expansive protected
range lands, warm desert breezes, stunning
desert and mountain vistas, abundant and diverse
wildlife, and lots of peace and quiet. Because we are
far from city lights (the nearest traffic signal is 50
miles away!), you will experience some of the darkest
star-filled night skies in the continental US.