About Northeast El Paso
Northeast El Paso, Texas is a part of the city of El Paso, TX. It neighbors the Franklin Mountains State Park where you can hike, explore caves, camp out, or park an RV. Come in the spring if you'd like to see the mountainside covered in poppies. For an evening out on the town you can enjoy its multi-plex movie theater and multitude of local shopping centers. The nightlife is hopping with its many nightclubs that cater to the local college crowd from the University of Texas at El Paso. Spend a day out with the whole family without having to dig too deep into your wallet by taking a trip to see a minor league baseball game at Cohen Stadium. This is home to the El Paso Diablos. The hot dogs, drinks, and souvenirs in the stadium are all reasonably priced, as well. Spend a day experiencing the natural wonder of Northeast El Paso, TX by visiting The Wilderness Park Museum. It's located on Transmountain Road. Here you can enjoy a walking trail that has information posted along the way about the flora and fauna of the area. Fort Bliss military base is located in the Northeast El Paso area. You can learn about the rich history of this important military base at the Fort Bliss Museum and Study Center and Air Defense Artillery Museum located on post. There's always something to do in Northeast El Paso. It's so large that it feels like a city within a city.