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Interstate Highway 10, which joins El Paso, TX, and Tucson, AZ, crosses through southern Grant County. New Mexico Highway 90 provides direct access to Silver City and much of the northern part of the County.

Grant County is in the southwest corner of New Mexico, sharing a border with Arizona and fewer than 80 miles from the international border with Mexico.

A large map of the county, showing points of interest, roads and features of the county, is available here.

We are:

  • 3 easy hours from
    El Paso, TX
  • 2 hours from
    Las Cruces, NM
  • 4.5 hours from Albuquerque, NM
  • 3.5 hours from
    Tucson, AZ
  • 5 hours from
    Phoenix, AZ
  • 1.5 hours from Palomas, Chihuahua, Mexico
By Air

Travelers to Silver City have several options. Grant County Airport has daily service from Albuquerque via Great Lakes Airlines, (800) 554-5111. Shuttle service from the Grant County Airport into Silver City is available with advance reservations from Corre Caminos Transit, 866-934-3866.

The El Paso International Airport is three hours away by car. Airports in Tucson and Phoenix are 3 and 4.5 hours away, respectively. Shuttle bus service from points in Silver Cityy to the El Paso Airport is available with advance reservations.

By Car

Grant County is easy to reach at any time of year from Interstate Highway 10 via US Highway 180, which intersects Interstate 10 in Deming. Take Highway 180 north from Deming approximately one hour north to Silver City, passing through the communities of Hurley and Bayard.

Travellers on Interstate 10 near Lordsburg, NM, can reach Silver City by taking New Mexico Highway 90 from Lordsburg north and east into Grant County and downtown Silver City.

Travelers from Albuquerque and northern New Mexico can find Grant County by traveling south down Interstate Highway 25. South of Truth or Consequences, take New Mexico Highway 152 west into the Aldo Leopold Wilderness and Grant County via a winding mountain roadway. Winter travelers on Highway 152 often encounter snow, sometimes quite a lot of it. Some portions of Highway 152 are not plowed at night or on weekends. Contact the Silver City - Grant County Chamber of Commerce to discuss travel conditions, or continue south on Interstate 25 to Hatch, NM, and an easy route onto Highway 90 toward Silver City.

By Train

Amtrak offers service into a number of communities across southern New Mexico. The station in Deming is at 400 East Railroad Avenue, Deming, NM 88030.

 

 

 


  Silver City/Grant County Chamber of Commerce

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1028 Silver City, NM 88062

3130 HWY 180 E, Suite C [MAP]
Silver City, NM 88061
(575) 538-3785
(800) 548-9378