1607 N Date St. Truth or Consequences, NM 87901 - 575-894-6773

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We are located in beautiful Sierra County. Set in Southwest New Mexico, Sierra County offers a wonderful climate, with an average of 310 days of sunshine per year.

Elephant Butte Lake is New Mexico's largest lake and offers excellent bass fishing, boating and other recreational opportunities. This area is also teaming with hot mineral springs in which to soak and relax. 

Sierra del Rio is a newly developed 18 hole championship golf course. Turtleback Mountain Resort is a planned residential development that will feature 1,250 homes located on 1,000+ acres, arranged in unique interrelated neighborhoods.

Sierra County is also home to Spaceport America, the nation's first purpose-built commercial spaceport!

Truth or Consequences is a growing community. A Wal-Mart recently opened its doors adding a fresh new shopping experience to our area. Educational opportunities in T or C include the T or C Municipal School System, serving the public school needs of Sierra County from Pre-K through 12th grade. The Apple Tree Child Development Center and Manzano Christian School is a private non-profit Christian educational facility currently serving Pre-K through 12th grade and adding grades each year. The Gardner Learning Center serves as a regional learning center for adult education and is a branch of Western New Mexico University. There is a variety of public and private health care options available for Sierra County residents. Truth or Consequences is conveniently situated between the major metro areas of Albuquerque and El Paso.

Nearby recreational opportunities include the Gila National Forest with trophy elk and deer hunting, as well as hiking, camping and fishing. The Gila also contains the Aldo Leopold Wilderness which is the first designated wilderness area in the United States.

There are also several ski resorts within driving distance, check them out at Ski New Mexico.

Did you know? A cat's heart beats two times faster (between 140-220 times a minute) compared to a human heart, which beats 70-80 times a minute.