Silver City

Silver City is a town in the southwestern part of New Mexico, USA. An old mining town, it is currently undergoing rebirth as a modest high-tech center and jumping-off point to a number of attractive areas in the mountains. The small nearby towns of Bayard, Hurley, etc., are also covered in this article.

Get in

Grant County Airport is currently served by charter company Boutique Air with non-stop service to Albuquerque and Phoenix. Road access is best from the southeast, via US 180 from Deming, and southwest, via NM 90 from I-10 near Lordsburg. NM 152 connects Silver City to I-25 near Truth or Consequences to the east, and is a scenic and interesting drive, but one with some daunting hairpin curves that may challenge drivers of large, unwieldy vehicles. Access from the north is sharply limited by the roadless Gila Wilderness.




Plenty of Mexican food around town. All of them do one or two things really well but none are great across the menu.



Go next

Silver City's mountain setting allows for a number of fine excursions to outdoor points of interest:

Routes through Silver City

Holbrook Petrified Forest NP  NW  SE  Deming El Paso
END Lordsburg  SW  NE  END

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