Cibola County is a relatively new county in New Mexico, only established in 1981 and is home to Cibola National Forest and National grasslands. The forest covers over 1.6 MILLION acres with elevations that range from 2,700-over 11,300 feet. Check out the pictures below to see the scenic views of the area! This property is a nice rectangle shape and has a nice combination of trees and open space for building or recreation!
This 5.04 acre property is close to the Ramah Navajo Indian Reservation, Chain-Of-Craters Wilderness Study area, El Malpais National Monument and Mount Taylor. The area is full of dramatic cliffs, natural arches, and outdoor recreation that allow for hiking, climbing and camping! There is even an Ice Cave and Bandera Volcano!!
The county averages only 13 inches of rain a year, and days with noticeable humidity are rare. July is the hottest month with an average high of 87 degrees and January is coldest with an average of 6.1 inches of snow. 7 months of the year have snowfall here in Cibola!
This property DOES allow for full time RV living, camping, and mobile homes!
Enjoy the stunning scenery in Pine Meadows Ranch while you visit your property on weekends or make it a full time home! You’ll have plenty of space for peace and quiet, but you aren’t too far from town when you need supplies! Check out the area photos below and imagine getting to own a property here!
Here is an aerial view of this property:
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