Farmington, NM: July 9-10, 2019

Farmington, NM: July 9-10, 2019

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Farmington, called Totah, “the meeting place of water”, by the Navajos, because of the access to the three rivers, the San Juan, the Animas and the La Plata, was incorporated and named Farmington in 1901 with a population of 548. By September 19, 1905, the railroad was finished connecting Farmington to Durango, Colorado, expanding economic and settlement opportunities. The history of Farmington can be dated back over 2,000 years ago when the Anasazi "basket makers" lived in the area in what is now known as "pit houses" and later in pueblo structures built from the native sandstone rock.

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Date, Time and Location

July 9-10 at 9am-12pm MDT

Farmington Tennis Complex 2301 Pinon Hills Blvd, Farmington, NM

Schedule

July 9: tennis at 9am-12pm.

12:00pm Sandwich buffet lunch at the courts.

1pm-2:30pm - Round Robin for all camp participants.

July 9 Round Robin for non-registered campers; $20 Round Robin fee if you would like to join us for the Round Robin ONLY. This does not include a camp day(s). Price includes the sandwich luncheon. Please join us at 12:00pm on the courts for the luncheon followed by the Round Robin.

July 10: tennis 9am-12pm

Pricing

1 day $70

both days $130

Things to do after camp

Riverside Nature Center - Animas Park off Browning Parkway, Farmington

Lake Farmington - Main Street/NM 516, Farmington

Animas River Trail - Berg Park access, intersection of San Juan Blvd. and Scott Ave

Aztec Ruins National Monument - located 14 miles east of Farmington on Hwy 516 on Ruins Road in Aztec

Four Corners Monument - Located 60 miles northwest of Farmington on Hwy 160

Travel

1 hour from Durango airport