If you are a history buff, a naturalist, a geologist or archaeologist, a hiker/biker/horseback rider, a musician or appreciator of them, and/or a zymurgist or appreciator of them, the Socorro, New Mexico, area has something for you.

Click on the Attractions tab below for a cornucopia of opportunities to engage in your favorite activities, or to discover some intriguing new ones here in central New Mexico!

Whatever your interest in this area, the cozy rooms at Dos Casitas en Socorro Bed and Breakfast will make a great home base for your days of adventure and exploration.

NOTE: Once again it is time to wrap up the visiting season for Dos Casitas. Thanks to all of you who have graced my "little houses" this last Fall, Winter and Spring. Tino and I have enjoyed your company and appreciated your kind words. We will be welcoming guests through May 16th this year, and then taking a summer break until August 17th, at which time we will start taking reservations for the 2018-2019 season. The best way to contact me continues to be email. Remember that the season for sandhill crane and snow geese viewing is typically early November through late January. And if you are planning to attend the Crane Festival at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge (Nov. 14 - 17th this year), or the Trinity Site Open House the first Saturday of October, be sure to book your lodging very early -- August would be good. We look forward to seeing you!
 

 


Judy Kurtz
317 Eaton Ave.
Socorro, NM 87801
575-835-2858
doscasitasensocorro@aol.com
facebook.com/doscasitas

PO Box 192
Socorro, NM 87801-0192

     
   
     

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

     

 

 
     
  From the north: Exit I-25 at exit 150, the first Socorro exit; proceed on California St. through town 1.2 miles from the first light, to McCutcheon St. (there is a blue library icon sign on the right by a 35 mph sign); turn right and follow to the end, which is Eaton Ave. You will be facing Dos Casitas, slightly to the right on the west side of the street. Park on the east side of the street opposite my little gate, or make a u-turn and park at my little gate.  
     
  From the south: Exit I-25 at exit 147, the first Socorro exit; proceed on California St. past Hwy 60 one block to McCutcheon. There will be a blue library icon sign on your left. Turn left on McCutcheon and follow to the end, which is Eaton Ave. You will be facing Dos Casitas, slightly to the right on the west side of the street. Park on the east side of the street opposite my little gate, or make a u-turn and park at my little gate.  
     
  On Hwy 60 from Magdalena: The easiest way is to continue to the intersection of 60 and California St., turn left, and then left at the next corner, McCutcheon, and follow to the end, which is Eaton Ave. You will be facing Dos Casitas, slightly to the right on the west side of the street. (Eaton Ave. does intersect Hwy 60 before you get to California St., but it looks like just an alley there, so it is easy to miss!) Park on the east side of the street opposite my little gate, or make a u-turn and park at my little gate.  
     
  If you wish to avoid the across-the-street parking or the u-turn to park on the west side nearer the gate, change your approach this way: Turn off California St. on Church St. , which is one block before McCutcheon (from the north), or one block after McCutcheon (from the south.) There is a Deschamps Law Firm sign visible from either direction. Follow Church St. (watch for the sneaky Stop sign beyond the Courthouse!) west until it ends at Eaton, turn left and come to the third house on the right. #317 Eaton Ave.