Frank Tank, New Mexico


Frank Tank is located in Sierra county, New Mexico. Find dining and lodging options near Frank Tank.

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Attractions:
Alamosa Ranch House and Blacksmith Shop Historic Site
Monte Christo Saloon Historic Site
Sarracino Hall Historic Site

State Parks
Caballo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Gardens
4th Street Garden

Regional Airports
Hatch Muni Airport, New Mexico

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Restaurants in the vicinity
Hot Springs Bakery
Hodges Corner Restaurant
Big Food Express Club Bossa Muo
Cafe Rio
Pasta House Plus
Hotels in the vicinity
Ace Lodge
Best Western Hot Springs Inn
Truth or Consequences NM
Elephant Butte Inn
Marina Suites Motel

 

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Current Weather at Frank Tank, New Mexico


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50°F

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Humidity: 13%
Wind: NW at 25 mph

3-day forecast

Monday
Sunny
27°F / 55°F
Tuesday
Sunny
33°F / 51°F
Wednesday
Sunny
35°F / 59°F

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