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THE PEARL OF CONCHOS

It is better known as "The Pearl of Conchos."

This name is due to its location on the banks of the Conchos River, where the vast walnut orchards begin, giving it the top national ranking in walnut production.

This city offers interesting temples, historical buildings, beautiful squares and gardens, as well as a variety of recreational areas and parks. It is also the birthplace of great artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros and Sebastián.

Camargo

What to See in Camargo

Tourist Attractions in Camargo

Plaza Juárez (Main Plaza)

It is the city center and is surrounded by important buildings such as the Santa Rosalía Temple, built in the mid-19th century in Baroque style, the Municipal Presidency dating back to 1890, where attractive murals depicting the city's history can be found. Right across the square is the Public Clock with a complex set of bronze gears.

Plaza Bicentenario (Bicentennial Plaza)

It features a beautiful mural portraying some historical characters and exhibits an old pulley that belonged to the old Flour Mill, the statue of the famous singer Lucha Villa, who hails from this place, the Train Station, and Hidalgo Square, also known as the Lovers' Square.

Camargo House Museum

It is worth a visit, as its six rooms allow you to learn about the history, culture, traditions, and natural beauty that Camargo offers. The exhibition includes fossils, photography and video equipment, medical instruments, clothing, and a room dedicated exclusively to Lucha Villa.

Faro de las Estrellas (Lighthouse of the Stars)

Located at the north entrance of the city, it stands 23 meters high and has an observation deck at its highest point, accessed by a spiral staircase. Besides providing a panoramic view of the city, it holds a special meaning for the people of Camargo, as its light guides the way back for all those who have had to leave.

What to Do in Camargo

Choose your Adventure in Chihuahua

UNMISSABLE EXPERIENCES IN CAMARGO

Have fun in the Recreational Parks

Visit the Colina Lake

Visit the haciendas of Las Mesteñas and San Antonio de la Ramada

They were among the first to dedicate themselves to the breeding of Hereford cattle that brought fame to Chihuahua. 

Enjoy the hot springs

In the surrounding area, you can enjoy a variety of recreational activities at the Balneario del Ojo Caliente, which has thermal waters believed to have healing properties. It also has a hotel and extensive green areas with camping sites. And Los Filtros, consisting of 14 hot spring spas that emerge from rocks surrounded by walnut trees, offers cabins and restaurants serving traditional food.

Visit La Boquilla Dam

It has an inner lake known as Lake Toronto, which, along with Colina Lake, offers boat rides and excellent options for fishing enthusiasts. You can catch trout, catfish, and black bass.

Enjoy the observatory

If you enjoy stargazing at night, there is an astronomical observatory on Cerro de la Mesa, 15 km from Camargo.

Engage in various activities in the Sierra de Santa Rosalía

In the mountains surrounding the area, you can go hiking, mountain biking, canyoning, and even explore some caves, as there are several in the region.

Must visit destinations in Chihuahua

Copper Canyon

Ciudad Juárez

Batopilas

Hidalgo del Parral

Creel

Casas Grandes

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