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The neighborhood of Milagro Hills is ideal for a families who want to live close to Fort Bliss military base, but prefer to live off base; Milagro Hills shares several of its borders with Fort Bliss. The Texas community is comprised of mostly single-family homes and is about a mile east of Highway 54. Highway 375 is less than a mile north, which makes it easy to access several main routes to get to work or visit shopping and entertainment options.
Neighborhood children attend public primary school at Dowell Elementary School, which is within the subdivision. Terrace Hills Middle School and Parkland Middle School are nearby, and students finish their secondary education at either Irvin High School or Parkland High School. College students will find that El Paso Community College and the University of Texas at El Paso are also in proximity to the Milagro Hills community.
Residents who enjoy green space will love the fact that Milagro Hills has numerous parks in the vicinity. Both Milagro and Skyline Optimist Youth Park are within the neighborhood limits and have ball fields. The Painted Dunes Desert Golf Course offers a challenging 18 holes to play and is four miles from Milagro Hills. For movies, Carmike 16 is only a mile from the subdivision.
Six miles away is Wyler Aerial Tramway, which provides riders with an unencumbered view from a mountaintop. Residents can also enjoy a bit of history near Milagro Hills. A few miles closer to the subdivision is the National Border Patrol Museum. Also nearby, the Chamizal National Memorial is an historic site that details the long history of the border between the United States and Mexico.