Angel Peak Scenic Area is located 15 miles south of Bloomfield in San Juan County, with over 10,000 acres of rugged terrain, badlands and deep canyons.
Navajo Lake is a 3800 feet long and 400 feet deep reservoir located in northeastern San Juan County, created from a dam completed in 1962.
The San Juan River is a 383 mile long major tributary of the Colorado River and a primary drainage for the Four Corners.
The La Plata Mountains, seen from San Juan County, are a small subrange of the San Juan Mountains in sw Colorado, and includes Hesperus Mountain at 13,332 feet.
Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness (Bisti Badlands) is a 45,000-acre wilderness area full of rock formations made of sandstone, shale, mudstone, and silt.
The eggs and hoodoos in the Bisti Wilderness were formed in sand and silt revealed 73 million years ago when the Western Interior Seaway receded.
Shiprock (Tsé Bitʼaʼí, "rock with wings") is a 27 million year old volcanic rock formation, designated as a National Natural Landmark, rising 1,583 feet above the desert.
The Aztec Ruins National Monument, on 318 acres, consists of dwellings and sacred structures built by Ancient Pueblo Indians in the 12th and 13th Centuries.

Proficiency


San Juan County's 4th grade reading proficiency rates are similar to New Mexico and the U.S., but are below U.S. rates for 8th grade math.
4th Grade Reading
San Juan County 4th Grade Reading
4th Grade Reading - Proficient
Calculated, Countywide
8th Grade Math
San Juan County 8th Grade Math
8th Grade Math - Proficient
Calculated, Countywide

County wide estimates calculated from district data available at:
http://webed.ped.state.nm.us/sites/conference/2018%20District%20Report%20Cards/Forms/AllItems.aspx 


For this website, the countywide data were estimated using the 2018-2019 enrollment data for high schools.

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