Here's a recent article in the Las Cruces Sun News about the new addition to the state's historical sites:
LA LUZ POTTERY
Yesterday I took a couple of photos of the property. The taller structure in the one photo is the chimney of the still-standing kiln(s). I didn't try to access the property and saw no evidence of activity around the old buildings.
I also might mention that the former rough graveled road from La Luz to High Rolls that follows Fresnal Canyon is now paved all the way and affords a different scenic route between those two points. There was good flow in the creek about midway up the canyon, reduced to a trickle at the La Luz end. In the hour I was in the vicinity I did not see another vehicle on the Fresnal Canyon road. In the photo of the canyon road, looking SE, I've added an arrow pointing to US-82 that is the usual route from Alamogordo to High Rolls/Cloudcroft.
I've attached a map, along with photos, showing the location of the pottery since it is not in the village of La Luz but rather sits in the foothills above (to the east).
I tossed in a photo of a property that had a 'for sale' sign on it. The house sits atop a ridge with a fantastic view (note the viewing tower) out over the Tularosa Basin and White Sands.