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As a pet-friendly apartment community, we have developed the following guidelines to help make sure we are respecting all of our residents.

Please disclose any and all pets that will reside in your apartment. All pets must be authorized and registered with management prior to pet taking occupancy. In addition, if you have a pet, we highly recommend rental insurance.

We welcome cats and dogs; maximum of two (2) pets per apartment. Exotic animals or reptiles, such as ferrets, pigs, rabbits, snakes, birds, lizards, rodents, etc., are prohibited. Aggressive dog breeds, such as Doberman, Pit Bull, Pit Bull mixes, Rottweiler, etc., are also prohibited. Cats and dogs of all ages are welcome; however, pets under 1-year of age will require an additional pet fee.  Please see below for further information. 

An accommodation request must be submitted in writing for an “emotional support or service animal" to be approved and authorized to reside within our community.     

Current veterinarian records are also required of all animals.  Pet owners must provide current veterinarian records prior to taking occupancy and all pet(s) must be spayed/ neutered.

Additional pet charges include:

Pet Fee (Non-Refundable), $150.00 per pet

Pet Deposit (Refundable), $250.00 per pet

Monthly Pet Rent, $20.00 per month per pet

Pets under 1-year of age:

Pet Fee (Non-Refundable), $300.00 per pet

Pet Deposit (Refundable), $250.00 per pet

Monthly Pet Rent, $20.00 per month per pet

As a pet owner, please take full responsibility for them by ensuring the following:

- Pet feces will be properly disposed of immediately after defecation; prohibited along sidewalks, walking paths, and parking lot

- Pet will not cause noise disturbances, will not be left unattended on the porch/ balcony 

- Pet will be properly leashed at all times when not inside your apartment  

Visiting pets are also not allowed.  

If you have any questions about any of these guidelines please contact management.

Let’s get number one and number two out of the way right off the bat.

1. White Sands National Monument

2. Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

White Sands National Monument is a natural playground like no other. When you visit or live around Las Cruces, NM, White Sands is truly a unique and exciting adventure every time. If you are in the initial planning stages of a trip to White Sands, consider planning your trip around a full moon. Throughout the summer months, there are free concerts in the evenings on full moon nights. It will be a night like no other, even if it's not your first time!

The Gila Cliff Dwellings are a bit further away from Las Cruces than White Sands, but it would be unfair not to include this breathtaking experience in our top two. In NM you have many opportunities to climb through history. In the Gila, you have homes carved into a canyon in the middle of a huge wilderness. These homes were carved in the 1280s. Yes, the 1280s. The hike through the area takes about an hour and a half with kids. The experience is rewarding and will last a lifetime.

Now that we have these two wonderful adventures out of the way, let’s take a closer look at some of the hidden treasures around Las Cruces.

10. Mesilla Plaza

9. Geronimo’s Cave Hike

8. Soledad Canyon Day Use Area Hike

7. Doña Ana Arch Hike

6. Highway 28 Drive Through the Trees

5. Achenbach Canyon Hike

4. Picacho Peak Hike

3. Explore Downtown LC

2. Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria in Doña Ana

1. Slot Canyon Getaway Hike

Honorable Mention:

Aguirre Springs Camping

Bishop Cap / Peña Blanca Hikes

Fillmore Canyon Hike

Aden Lava Flow Hike

We tried including easy hikes that may involve a gate jump (slot canyon), a day drive down the valley shopping, eating and drinking, and a few hikes that aren’t too challenging but tougher than a casual stroll.

It has been a difficult year for everyone. We are very excited to announce that the amenities are open at 25% capacity.

That means you can use our Pool, Sand Volleyball Court, and Fitness Room!

Thank you to everyone who patiently waited for our state to authorize the use of these amenities.