Introduction to Bloomfield, New Mexico
Bloomfield is located in San Juan County. The area was originally inhabited by Native Americans. In 1997, Bloomfield witnessed some major controversy related to the erection of the Ten Commandments monument by city hall.
Bloomfield and nearby Attractions
- Angel Peak Recreation Area
- Salmon Ruins Museum
- San Juan River Park
- Carson National Forest
- Chaco Canyon National Park
- Farmington Museum
Things To Do In Bloomfield
Navajo Lake State Park offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation, such as fishing, scuba diving, picnicking, camping and scenic trailing. Chaco Canyon National Park and Salmon Ruins and the Heritage Park are some of the nearby tourist attractions. The Pinon Hills Golf Course is popular among local golfers.
Four Corners Regional Airport provides facilities for air transportation.
Bloomfield Higher Education
Facilities for higher education are available from San Juan College, the University of Phoenix-Albuquerque and Adams State College.