Rodeo is my most favorite spot!
Right now all 557 and 558 prefixes are having phone problems. If you try a number and get a message that it's been disconnected, try again. Or try from your cell phone. Valley Telephone Co-op says it's something happening in one of the feeder systems, not in theirs. If you have any problems, tell your carrier.
Nestled in between the Chiricahua and the Pelencillo mountains, Rodeo has been a boom town more than once and seems to be enjoying another round in the beginning of this century. Land is reasonably priced and the climate is what is called four gentle seasons. Friendly people and lots of room to have your privacy. There is NO gas station in the area (47 miles to the nearest one), one of two places to buy groceries, a laundromat, a Post Office, a tavern that serves great food, a garage, two RV parks, and more to come!
The Rodeo Tavern serves top notch food on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and has a special shrimp dinner on Wednesday nights, They are open at 4pm on Wednesday through Saturday. Owner Rob and Debbie Bernard are your hosts. 575-557-2229
The Rodeo Grocery Store and Cafe is under the management with the Cloudt family and they try their best! They still serve the best cinnamon rolls and have fresh loaves of bread also. Lots of old timers in there on a regular basis to shoot the bull with. Fun place!! 575-557-2295
Lot's of good people live here and I'm not just being kind when I say that everybody is warm and friendly. They are.