- Santa Rosa (22 votes, 3.68 out of 5 stars as of 5/9/2012)
Blue Hole in Santa Rosa, New Mexico, has been visited by mammoths, native Indians, Spanish conquistadors and even famous outlaws. This deep well of clear, artesian water now hosts thousands of wet-suit-clad divers each year. Also known as "Nature’s Jewel," it’s a favorite site for dive training because of its consistent year-round water temperature and good visibility. Besides drawing divers from all across New Mexico, the spring attracts migrations of divers from Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas....Elephant Butte State Park
- Elephant Butte (3 votes, 3.67 out of 5 stars as of 5/9/2012)
Easy shore entry. Scuba Diving, boating, boat rentals, Camping, all on this 40,000-surface acre lake on the Rio Grande formed by a dam created in 1916. Hundreds of miles of shoreline with a depth of 165 feet. When lake level is at capacity the lake is up to 40 miles long with an average width of about 1.5 miles. Perch Lake
- Santa Rosa (8 votes, 3.25 out of 5 stars as of 5/9/2012)
This site offers a good veriety of things. There is a plane, a car and a trainning platform. A very good place to train.
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