A quiet and spacious suburban area, Milagro Hills
sits about 12 miles northeast of downtown El Paso.
Driving along this neighborhood's open roads, you can expect to see numerous single-story homes
along with well-maintained apartment complexes. Residents get to choose between Skyline Optimist Youth Park and Sue Young Spray Park for recreational fun. The latter has a soccer field layout and several water sprays, making it a great place to beat the Texas heat in the summer.
The neighborhood's dining scene covers cuisines from all corners of the globe, including Caribbean and Colombian favorites at Limar's Coffee. Seoul Restaurant serves patrons large portions of Korean food. For an evening out, Aviators, known for its nice ambiance and happy hour specials, stands out among this area's nightlife. For outdoor community events, check out Cohen Stadium, located on the west end of Milagro Hills.